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Coventry (Kersey Dighton). 1823--96, English poet. His works, celebrating both conjugal and divine love, include The Angel in the House (1854--62) and The Unknown Eros (1877)
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AS bossy Mrs Patmore, Lesley Nicol may be a dab hand in the kitchen but the star revealed she turned down a chance to appear on Celebrity MasterChef - because she cannot cook.
The star, who plays popular servant Mrs Patmore, is renting a house with husband David near the famous Hollywood sign.
I'd have Thomas, the under-appreciated under-butler, wiping out the Crawley family by sneaking into the kitchen and poisoning the salmon mousse from the wedding banquet while Mrs Patmore was out enjoying a secret tryst with old Mr Mason.
With the war memorial due to be unveiled, Mrs Patmore is still upset, but Robert has something up his sleeve.
Patmore remains squat, high-strung yet unbending under the pressures of keeping the Downton nobility well-fed.
2 CREATOR Julian Fellowes says the trick of writing the drama is: "You mustn't cry so much that you can't enjoy a scene in the kitchen with Mrs Patmore.
Bobby Bassi, Richard Beverley, Jason Constable, Kitty Patmore.
And take those kidneys up to the servery before I knock you down and serve your brains as fritters," Downton Abbey's cook Beryl Patmore once warned scatty kitchen help Daisy.
Rob Armitage then matched his teammates efforts by notching breaks of 49 and 51 on the way to beating Mick Patmore 200-155 and so completing a 3-0 whitewash for Springwood BC.
THE Investment Property Forum in the Midlands has recruited two new board members - Kitty Patmore from Barclays and James Cubitt, of Colliers.
Nasdaq: ZNGA) lost yet another high-profile executive, when Alan Patmore, the San Francisco-based social game developer's general manager for its popular Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) title "CityVille," left for Kixeye Inc.
Since 2008, when a version of this study served as his PhD dissertation in theology at the University of Durham in Britain, Patmore (Protestant Theological U.