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Congreve

William. 1670--1729, English dramatist, a major exponent of Restoration comedy; author of Love for Love (1695) and The Way of the World (1700)
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Mr Congreve said the workshops would be customised for each location to focus on regionally important herbicides and management issues.
Leader of Cardiff Council, Cllr Huw Thomas, said: "We all are deeply saddened at the loss of our friend and colleague, Cllr Wendy Congreve.
Michael White is the expert garden curator at Mount Congreve and while we were touring the gardens, he nonchalantly plucked a flower and proceeded to munch on it, telling me it's regarded as a delicacy in some parts of the world.
PASSION Mount Congreve estate manager Ray Sinott takes Diarmuid on a tour
This later led to the development of the Congreve rocket.
Brynmawr came back strongly, a cracking long pass from Zachary Stuart allowing Congreve to dive over for his second try out wide.
(241) Though Widmayer does not invoke the proto-filmic imagination, either here or in her next chapter on Congreve, I find her discussion provocatively suggestive of such.
American readers will know of Sir William Congreve's work, if not his name, by his rockets that cast their "red glare" over Fort McHenry during the War of 1812.
Gas-light was an experimental form of lighting being pioneered by Congreve in this spectacle.
Ambrose Congreve, CBE, who was knighted by the Queen, is owner of Mount Congreve estate in Kilmeaden, in Co Waterford.
Although the club grew to over 50 members the author concentrates on only twelve men and in particular, on Addison, Congreve, Steele, Vanbrugh and Jacob Tonson (the publisher and founder).