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viscount

1. (in the British Isles) a nobleman ranking below an earl and above a baron
2. (in various countries) a son or younger brother of a count
3. (in medieval Europe) the deputy of a count
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"We feel this will be a draw," said Viscount, who also noted the extent of development taking place between Mechanicsburg and Gettysburg, including the Oakwood Hills development near Messiah College.
Viscount Devonport's estate isn't devoid of tall structures.
Just 11 years after their marriage, Viscount Graham of Claverhouse, Jean Cochrane and her two children were dead.
Subsequent generations included local MPs, until the 13th baronet was created Viscount St Davids by Lloyd George in 1918.
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With the flamboyant artist Lord Bath, who is famed for having a string of women he dubs 'wifelets', winding down for retirement, it's now up to his son, the Viscount - or 41-year-old Ceawlin Thynn, to give his regular title - and his wife, Emma McQuiston, to take the reigns.
If the Vickers Viscount airliner that plunged through the factory roof had been full of people, then 50 or more would have died on board - to say nothing of the 300 or so who had been working at Thompson and Capper's factory only an hour earlier.
More restoration work has been carried out more recently by the 12th Viscount Cobham.
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The new Liberty CUBE combines the power of our enterprise software with a low cost network appliance, said Dennis Raefield, President and CEO, Viscount Systems.
The man made a series of claims against the former Cardiff MP, who, he said, befriended his foster parents in the 1960s and early 1970s, when Viscount Tonypandy was still known as George Thomas.
Viscount Tonypandy, a teacher before becoming an MP, also had links to the Royal Family.