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Sackville,

town (1991 pop. 5,494), SE N.B., Canada, near the head of Chignecto Bay, an arm of the Bay of Fundy. The early French Acadian settlers diked and reclaimed the nearby Tantramar marshes, creating fertile agricultural land. The first Baptist church in Canada was established there in the 1770s. Sackville is the seat of Mt. Allison Univ.

Sackville

Thomas, 1st Earl of Dorset. 1536--1608, English poet, dramatist, and statesman. He collaborated with Thomas Norton on the early blank-verse tragedy Gorboduc (1561)
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The car park that previously hosted the main stage will this year be transformed into the Sackville Square Fair, with food and drink traders, a makers market and DJs playing all weekend, plus fairground rides.
Mr Read said he had also received a note from Robert, the 7th Baron Sackville, who is a relative of Charles Sackville.
Unfortunately, the Sackville is in dire need of urgent repairs to the tune of $3- to $3.5-million, and the Canadian Naval Memorial Trust, a group of dedicated volunteers working to keep her history alive, simply just does not have the funds to pay for this.
Matthew's, West Dublin, in a shared ministry with three congregations of the United Church of Canada, the First Sackville congregation in Lower Sackville and the Knox congregation in Halifax.
Sackville Developments, which owns and develops Tournament Fields, has agreed a deal to create the new 22,500 sq ft, two-storey building which Geberit will lease back.
Elizabeth Hirsh has drawn attention to how Woolf's inclusion of the Sackville portraits functions as a way of taking possession of Sackville-West, de-privatizing her life, heritage and estate (171-75).
Through reviewing the publishing history of women's WWI poetry, along with close readings of Margaret Sackville's anti-war poem "Nostra Culpa" and Siegfried Sassoon's "The Glory Of Women," it is evident that women's WWI poetry did not cease to be published because it was inferior or less diverse than that of their male counterparts.
Five people were injured in Sackville Street, near Club C's, in the early hours of Monday, May 26.
The outside howling and tears of sea salt on the windowpane, whisky clinks and the rustle of newlywed bedsheets all haunt this disquieting second novel by award-winning writer Amy Sackville.
Agent Ed Sackville has been a staunch supporter of this sale in recent years and he was again to the fore when setting the pace through the first part of the day.
It has also produced, as Lucy Sackville points out, a range of occasionally irreconcilable interpretations: some historians seek to find evidence of actual heretical practices, while other interpret the phenomenon as almost entirely constructed by clerical discourse.