Hawksmoor


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Hawksmoor

Nicholas. 1661--1736, English architect. His designs include All Souls', Oxford, and a number of London churches, notably St Anne's, Limehouse
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The two-year-old stock Bull Hawksmoor Challenge VG86 sold for 2,450gns.
The open date and status above indicate when Hawksmoor School opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.
This bonfire was dangerously close to the path of flights at JLA; inset, the aftermath of a huge bonfire in Hawksmoor Road, Fazakerley
In the heifer championship, however, their Ayrshires were edged into reserve by Hawksmoor Lianne, a 32-month Holstein bred and shown by Mr Clare.
The last two have gone to Hugo Palmer, with Hawksmoor and Unforgetable Filly.
A gunpowder works which has been hit by flooding, a medieval timber-framed building hit by a lorry and a church designed by architect Nicholas Hawksmoor are also now considered to be under threat.
Comparable with Hawksmoor restaurants in London I'd say.
Mr Wynne was head of finance at Hawksmoor Investment Management in Exeter, where he started work in 2009.
Retailers and restaurants at 3 WTC include Tiffany's on the ground and second floor, British steakhouse Hawksmoor on the third floor and Parisian bakery Laduree on the ground floor.
From the Shadows: The Architecture and Afterlife of Nicholas Hawksmoor