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Herrick

Robert. 1591--1674, English poet. His chief work is the Hesperides (1648), a collection of short, delicate, sacred, and pastoral lyrics
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While Herrick lived his quiet, dull life and wrote poetry in the depths of Devonshire, the country was being torn asunder and tossed from horror to horror by the great Civil War.
So the years passed for Herrick we hardly know how.
After that, all that we know of him is that at Dean Prior "Robert Herrick vicker was buried ye 15th day of October 1674.
If Herrick was a lover of flowers, Marvell was a lover of gardens, woods and meadows.
Yet although Marvell loved Nature, he did not live, like Herrick, far from the stir of war, but took his part in the strife of the times.
The Pontiac was driven by Stephen Bradley Herrick, 57, of Westfir.
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Devon Herrick, an analyst at the National Center for Health Policy Analysis (NCPA), makes that argument in a commentary on the Obama administration's new paid-sick-leave initiative.
A new Oxford edition of the complete poems of Robert Herrick is long overdue and quite welcome.
DEBENHAMS finance boss Simon HERRICK has resigned just days after the department store issued a shocK profits warning in the waKe of disappointing Christmas trading.
Chief financial officer of British department store Debenhams Simon Herrick has resigned following two profit warnings in nine months, the Telegraph reported on Thursday.