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Dar·ling

(dar'ling),
Samuel Taylor, U.S. physician in Panama, 1872-1925. See: Darling disease.
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It <Bhas been created to honour Northumbrian heroine Grace Darling
The Grace Darling has launched 302 times since 1991, rescued 352 people and saved 35 lives.
Grace was an extremely modest young lady," said Virginia Mayes-Wright, manager of the Grace Darling Museum in Bamburgh.
Grace Darling and her lighthouse keeper father lived on Longstone island when, in a storm on September 7, 1838, the SS Forfarshire struck the notorious Harcar rocks, a part of the Farne Islands.
Aileen's rescue was worthy of the legend of Grace Darling as depicted in this painting
THE long search for an actress to play Grace Darling in a forthcoming play about her life is over.
1838: Grace Darling, 2, daughter of a lighthouse keeper, made the famous rescue of the crew of the steamship Forfarshire, shipwrecked near the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast.
Desert Orchid, Carl Fogarty, Alan Shearer, Margaret Thatcher and Grace Darling What was your childhood ambition?
The cheese is named in memory of local heroine Grace Darling and is the first pasteurised cheese produced by the Northumberland-based dairy.
ey start on Tuesday September 23 in Newbiggin and run every Tuesday at Grace Darling Campus (e Northumberland C of E Academy) until November 25.
THE story of North-east sea rescue heroine Grace Darling is to be brought to the stage.
TODAY FIRST OF BRUMALIA(ROMAN OF BACCHUS) 1815: Grace Darling, lighthouse-keeper's daughter and heroine of the wreck of the Forfarshire, was born.

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