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Phiz:

see Browne, Hablot KnightBrowne, Hablot Knight
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1815–82, English illustrator. At 21 he was chosen by Charles Dickens to illustrate Pickwick Papers. His success was immediate, and in due course he illustrated many of Dickens's novels as well as works of Harrison
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Phiz

real name Hablot Knight Browne. 1815--82, English painter, noted for his illustrations for Dickens' novels
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Loosely translated - if you're going to Dudley, and specifically to the Black Country Living Museum, you had better watch out for the ladies from the Fizzog (it means "face") Theatre Company.
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