marchioness


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marchioness

1. the wife or widow of a marquis
2. a woman who holds the rank of marquis
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Tony, a photographic assistant, and another of Andrew's friends Chris Garnham, a portrait photographer, were among 51 people who died when the 85ft long Marchioness was hit by the 262ft dredger, the Bowbelle in 1989.
Fifty-one young people died when the Marchioness, packed with partygoers, collided with the dredger Bowbelle in the early hours of August 20 1989.
According to (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6815681/EDEN-CONFIDENTIAL-Kate-vying-queen-bee-against-Marquess-Cholmondeleys-ex-model-wife.html) Daily Mail's Richard Eden , the Duchess of Cambridge wants to be the queen bee of the Turnip toffs, but she finds a rival to her rural crown in the person of her ex-model neighbor Rose Hanbury, the Marchioness of Cholmondeley.
That said, most of the coverage when the wedding took place was positive, with much talk of Britain's first black marchioness, photoshoots in Tatler magazine, and cheerful comment.
Meanwhile, Paul Seligman has "happy memories" of the Marchioness of Bute in the late 1960s and early '70s, when it hosted a folk club.
They had been partying on the Thames pleasure boat the Marchioness when the dredger Bowbelle ploughed into it.
On board the pleasure boat, the Marchioness, were 131 people, most of them guests of a banker called Antonio de Vasconcellos who was celebrating his 26th birthday in some style.
He is just so rude" Britain's first black marchioness, Lady Longleat "I think it is good to be boring"Shadow Treasury Minister Rachel Reeves who was denounced as "boring, snoring" by Newsnight editor Ian Katz "She constantly seeks the oxygen of publicity, when she should just have settled for the carbon monoxide of obscurity" Unnamed MP on Sarah Teather, the Lib Dem backbencher who announced that she is to step down "What annoyed me most was when they said I had Primark sheets.
Normally, it is just problem children" - The Marchioness of Worcester.
London, December 31 ( ANI ): The Marchioness of Worcester, who survived breast cancer, has credited an organic diet and complementary medicine with helping her beat the disease.