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Empson

Sir William. 1906--84, English poet and critic; author of Seven Types of Ambiguity (1930)
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Paddock Farm's new owner Richard Scarr with Baldwins's David McFarlane, Phil Empson, Nicola Bell, Kelly Maughan, Peter Nevin, and Scott Atkinson
In the second period, Empson fired in a few shots near to the target.
Phil Empson, director of banking and finance at Baldwins, Richard Slade and Dee Slade, owners of Battlesteads Hotel & Restaurant and David Slane, HSBC area director for business banking in the North East and Cumbria
Dennis, Constantine, Jupp and Empson will be helped along the way by Olympian and sports scientist Professor Greg Whyte, and the presenter of BBC Two's Trust Me, I'm A Doctor, Dr Zoe Williams.
Now Empson, 39, will depart after scoring a credible 28 points for her dramatic Beverly Hills Cop-themed tango, which Darcey Bussell had described as "great".
Mixing soft watercolor brushstrokes with bold colors and eye-catching landscapes, Little Home Bird, from author and artist Jo Empson, is a visual treat as well as charmingly told tale of a wee bird hesitant to leave his beloved nest as the rest of his flock migrates south for the winter.
Empson considered Paradise Lost "good," but for reasons quite separate from Hazlitt's, reasons that owe something not only to his distaste for neo-Christian orthodoxy but also to the uneasy influence of Eliot on him, and to his political views.
This is not a book about the American New Criticism but about its English forebears--William Empson, I.A.
Land and Labour: Marxism, Ecology and Human History, by Martin Empson, Bookmarks Publications, London 2014, 320 pages, ISBN 978-1909026520.
A witness, A&E consultant Dr Katja Empson, told the court: "I think the junior doctor that received him simply failed to appreciate the extent of the road traffic accident that he had been involved in.
Co-stars RICKY NORWOOD and TAMEKA EMPSON (who needs to learn how to exit a taxi) were refused entry because they were late.
They look at the contributions of British critics William Empson (1906-1984), Wilson Knight (1897-1985), and Claire Barber (U.