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Grahame

Kenneth. 1859--1932, Scottish author, noted for the children's classic The Wind in the Willows (1908)
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To read Hartley alongside Kenneth Grahame is to sense the energy of Hartley's response to the earlier writer.
in the sound a thought" (19) and to whose ear from childhood words were "the notes of bells, the sounds of musical instruments, the noises of wind, sea, and rain" (Thomas, "Poetic Manifesto" 45), the phrase "green and golden" may have been as enchanting as it was to its originator, and it could surely have become the central phrase of "Fern Hill" even if Grahame had written it just once, and even if Thomas had not been reading Lawrence.
PHOTO (1--Color) Grahame Watts watches an electric car being charged at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza's parking garage.
However, Grahame dismisses suggestions that the manang bali constitutes the highest rank in a formal hierarchy of manang.
Ixia (Nasdaq:XXIA), a leading, global provider of IP performance test systems, today announced that Alan Grahame has been appointed to the position of Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales.
But "Film Stars Dont Die in Liverpool" never amounts to more than a slight, sideways view of Grahame.
Gloria Grahame James Wonderful Once again, Liverpool is doubling for New York in the movie - as well as appearing as itself.
SNP MSP Christine Grahame called on Nicola Sturgeon to set out the Scottish Government's position on the issue during First Minister's Questions.
The home of Grahame Turner, Snowden House is one of a pair of natural stone detached properties.
Holyrood's justice committee convener Christine Grahame said MacAskill had "seriously misjudged" the issue when he spoke out in a debate on Thursday on proposals to remove the need for two sources of evidence in criminal cases.
The event which was set up in 1995 to raise money for Velindre Cancer Appeal in memory of two local musicians, Andrew Nichols and Paul Grahame, who lost their lives to the disease.
Belly laughs come from Ugly Sisters Tracey and Stacey (Michael Chapman and Steve Davies), pop star Andy Scott-Lee is the quintessential Prince Charming while Big Brother's Nikki Grahame is beautiful as the Fairy Godmother.