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Langtry

Lillie, known as the Jersey Lily, real name ?milie Charlotte le Breton. 1852--1929, English actress, noted for her beauty and for her friendship with Edward VII
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A key driver in moving its headquarters to Westchester County was the quality of life, according to Langtry. Sabra is focused on continuing its growth, and feels a Westchester Count)' location will allow the company to attract and retain the best talent.
LADY IN WAITING: Lillie Langtry can boost her Guineas claims in the Debutante Stakes
"I don't think much about it, I don't really know what's going on to be honest," said Langtry on the scandal.
Bertie ordered the building of Langtry Manor, a Bournemouth lovenest where the couple lavishly entertained some of the more broad- minded members of society.
"It's a six-part reconstructive drama with professor David Wilson and Donal MacIntyre," explained 29-year-old Langtry. "I play a hitman.
"We are very excited to be marketing 700 Nepperhan," said Langtry. "For a facility of this size to become available in Westchester, with such convenient access to NYC, is unprecedented.
UCD defender by night, actor-turned-model by day, Langtry (right) has landed a role in Richard Branson's latest Virgin Media TV ad - not that you'll spot him.
Langtry had 17 horses in training at Brickfield at one stage, including the celebrated Merman, winner of the 1900 Ascot Gold Cup.
By day, Langtry has worked as a storm chaser with the Weather Channel while also striving to make theoretical physics cool for kids.
Lillie Langtry's victory in the lucrative Tattersalls Fillies' 800 as a two-year-old was influential in Danehill Dancer landing the 2009 champion sires' title, and the Aidan O'Brien-trained filly overcame a knee fracture sustained in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies to take the Coronation and Matron Stakes in 2010.
Langtry was leading man last week, bringing down the house with a stunning, match-winning goal from distance before the interval.