Blagden

Blag·den

(blahg'dĕn),
Charles, British physician, 1748-1820. See: Blagden law.
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Blagden pointed to depressed trading conditions as it unveiled full-year results for the 12 months to the end of December.
Period drama, starring George Blagden, Jessica Clark, Alexander Vlahos, Maddison Jaizani, Stuart Bowman and Lizzie Brochere.
The construction on his palace is halted by a protest, and when the young King (George Blagden, left) won't let brother Philippe make peace, it escalates to pose a real threat to the kingdom.
Ragnar's triumphant return--with plunder and a captured priest (George Blagden) in tow--only makes the Earl more suspicious, setting in motion an eventual faceoff.
And Dr Sarah Blagden, of Imperial College London, said the test looked "very promising".
Blagden Industries admitted yesterday that it could be heading for a break-up following the abortive end of takeover talks in December.
The award recognised that Pc Newsome and the volunteer students have worked extensively over the past several years during spring, summer and autumn holidays with older members of the community - including Blagden Farm Tenants and Residents Association, carrying out activities including gardening, litterpicking, leaflet drops, bulb planting, afternoon tea, bowling and day trips out.
Mixing historical and fictional characters, the drama begins in the France of 1667, where the young King Louis XIV (George Blagden) is determined to stamp his authority on court.
Byline: FRANKIE BLAGDEN Of the Campaign For Learning
Shares in speciality chemicals group Blagden lost nearly 20 per cent of their value yesterday as the group announced the surprise departure of its highly-regarded chief executive Mr Richard Searle.
George Blagden as Louis XIV versailles bbc2, 9pm Renovating your house is always full of excitement.
Seductive ladies vie for Louis' (George Blagden, far right) attention and Philippe's heroics take centre stage.