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Boswell

James. 1740--95, Scottish author and lawyer, noted particularly for his Life of Samuel Johnson (1791)
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Part of the sitcom was filmed on location at Elswick Street, in the Dingle, in Liverpool, and Jean Boht ruled the roost over her large brood as family matriarch Nellie Boswell.
Fans Dingle, Bread, with Bread introduced viewers to colourful characters like Lilo Lil and Shifty Boswell, while Joey Boswell became famous for his "Greetings" catchphrase.
St Boswells started downhill into the wind with hard, old-fashioned Borders intimidation and then looked around perplexed for a plan B when they realised that was not going to work against such a tight unit.
Saints, with a dominant scrum, applied a lot of pressure but credit must go to St Boswells; despite going backwards they were able to consistently clear the ball under pressure, albeit to a backline who were always on the backfoot.
Shadow trade and industry spokesman Mr Tim Boswell, MP for Daventry, Northants, reacted to a report that his 19-year-old daughter Caroline supplements her income by charging hundreds of pounds a time for sex.
In a brief statement, Mr Boswell, aged 55, said: "My family were very sad to read these allegations about our daughter Caroline.
St Boswells minister Rev Bruce Neil said the community had been left reeling.
Staff at Newton St Boswells Primary School nursery were comforting Ruth's classmates
In doing so, it dropped St Boswells to third place, denying them a promotion place in favour of Lasswade.
And so it was that once a week we would be treated to the sight of the Boswell family - Nellie, estranged husband Freddie, daughter Aveline and her boyfriend Oswald, and sons Billy, Joey, Jack, Adrian and their assorted girlfriends - gathered around their kitchen table, where they would moan, argue and laugh their way through their meals.