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Byron

George Gordon, 6th Baron. 1788--1824, British Romantic poet, noted also for his passionate and disastrous love affairs. His major works include Childe Harold's Pilgrimage (1812--18), and Don Juan (1819--24). He spent much of his life abroad and died while fighting for Greek independence
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The influx of additional workers really helps our business," said Robin Costa, who owns Costa's Pizzeria & Ristorante in Byron with her husband, Saro.
But, less than 18 months after opening, Byron has quietly closed its Gateshead restaurant and removed any reference to it from the company's website.
Byron told them he would plaster the room for free to make amends, but they were so hostile there was no way he could return.
The Home Office stepped in as Byron attempted to gain the documentation needed for the ceremony.
Last month, immigration officers raided several Byron restaurants in London, 35 employees were arrested and taken to detention centres.
After Byron ended his passionate affair with Caroline Lamb in 1813, he proposed marriage to Annabella, motivated by his high esteem for her intelligence and character, her aristocratic lineage, and the thrill of competition with her other suitors.
NEWTON, Iowa: High school diploma in hand, William Byron seems to have already found his calling.
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Franklin establishes what many scholars have long believed, that women's fiction of the early and mid-nineteenth century responded to Byron and his poetry in varying ways, depending on if the woman writer was engaging with the poet as a model for religious, political, national, or sexual freedom.
WALES Under-20s head coach Byron Hayward kept the news that he had a rare type of cancer a secret for eight months.
Residents of Byron, Maine, are expected to pass a measure making gun ownership mandatory in the town.
Keen to disobey as many regulations as possible, Byron, who produced his first major collection of poems, Hours Of Idleness, while at Cambridge, flouted the regulation forbidding pets by keeping a bear in stables near to the college.