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Landor

Walter Savage. 1775--1864, English poet, noted also for his prose works, including Imaginary Conversations (1824--29)
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Landor obviously felt satisfaction and relief but Annie Ellers, 25, an American missionary-physician, felt apprehensive and alone:
The acquisition is part of an ongoing strategy at Landor to broaden its creative capabilities, in this instance in screen-based and multi-channel branding.
The acquisition is segment of an ongoing strategy at Landor to broaden its creative capabilities, in this instance in screen-based and multi-channel branding.
For the Zapzyt rebranding, Landor brought forward more of the brand legacy blue and orange colors in a cleaner and more modern design that the company says has tested well among targeted consumers.
Landor said she was surprised at how well her mother adapted, adding that the Bangladeshi people find her fascinating and are "deeply touched that she is here, inquiring after her health and age, warmly shaking her hand.
This morning Landor Close was cordoned off and police stepped up patrols.
Bowdler and Landor led extraordinary lives and left a considerable body of work which the city and local university should exploit as an attraction and Cadw should explore Rhyddings House's potential as a community resource.
The driver, who is yet to be named by police, was rushed to hospital after her Ford Fiesta was in collision with a Renault Laguna in Landor Street at about 1.
Walter Savage Landor (1775-1864) was a celebrated English poet who wrote many poems in Latin, and Rudd was dissatisfied with the modern editions and translations, the most reputable of which, two massive volumes, was too expensive for almost anyone to buy.
The German-owned group is closing its operation in Landor Street, Birmingham, with dozens of employees rejecting transfers to the group's operation at Land Rover's headquarters in Solihull.
The show, 'Stockwell: The Inquest into the Death of Jean Charles de Menezes', will be staged at the Landor Theatre in Clapham, which is close to where the 27-year-old had been shot dead after being mistaken for a suicide bomber.
Symbolic Interactions: Social Problems and Literary Interventions in the Works of Baillie, Scott, and Landor.