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Dar·ling

(dar'ling),
Samuel Taylor, U.S. physician in Panama, 1872-1925. See: Darling disease.
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Grace was an extremely modest young lady," said Virginia Mayes-Wright, manager of the Grace Darling Museum in Bamburgh.
Then Newcastle High School for Girls proved equally eager to help after hearing about the idea via a teacher from Grace Darling.
Matthew's school, the Grace Darling Campus, is part of Northumberland Church of England Academy.
Grace Darling is many people's idea of an ideal heroine, and we are pleased to honour her in our cheese.
The All Weather Lifeboat at Seahouses is named after the Victorian heroine Grace Darling.
TODAY FIRST OF BRUMALIA(ROMAN OF BACCHUS) 1815: Grace Darling, lighthouse-keeper's daughter and heroine of the wreck of the Forfarshire, was born.
Mum Michelle and dad Martin Burgess, 30, decided a day on the settee was in order for the Grace Darling Campus pupil.
Seahouses RNLI station is to receive a new all-weather lifeboat to replace its vessel Grace Darling, named after the heroine who performed a famous rescue off the coast of the village, which has been in use for 23 years.
WHEN you mention the name Grace Darling, most people will know at least some of her story.
1838: Grace Darling, 22, daughter of a lighthouse keeper, assisted in the famous rescue of the crew of the steamship Forfarshire, shipwrecked near the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast.
Dave Cousins still has one of the most recognisable voices in rock, and the haunting ballad of Grace Darling showcased it at its best.
On This Day: 1838: Grace Darling and her father rescued the crew of the Forfarshire, a steamer wrecked off the Northumberland coast.

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