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marquess

1. (in the British Isles) a nobleman ranking between a duke and an earl
2. See marquis
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"The Marquess, who liked to pull my uncle's leg, didn't tell him who the VIP guest was," said Mr Morris, who is now 67 and runs the Kyffin Williams Gallery in Llangefni.
However records at Companies House have now revealed that a company owned by the Marquess of Bristol has loaned money to the China Town Development Company.
Marquess is the daughter of Mark and Lisa Schweizer of Nokomis.
THE Marquess of Anglesey's column could soon be open to the public again thanks to a lottery grant to pay for its restoration and renovation.
The teenage daughter of the Marquess of Queensberry died from a drug overdose at a flat party, an inquest heard.
The Case of the Missing Marquess: An Enola Holmes Mystery
In truth, according to Andrew Newton of the Society, the battle was one of a number of skirmishes fought in March 1644 between the Royalist general William Cavandish, the Marquess of Newcastle, and the commander of the Scottish 'Covenanter' army, Alexander Leslie, 1st Earl of Leven.
2), the unexpected heir to the 4th Marquess. Not only did Wallace make his own distinctive contribution to the collection that he inherited, but he also ensured that it would be enjoyed by the public in their millions.
Faucet, fruit bowl, lantern, and clothesline undergo a reexamination in this colorful selection of poems from Brazilian author Ana Martins Marquess three previous books.
"It's important to make those seconds count," stated Pamala Marquess, pharmacist and owner of the East Marietta Drug chain in Atlanta.
Crowds turned out to a series of events at the historic landmark to mark seven decades since the castle was handed over by the Fifth Marquess of Bute in 1947.