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city in England.
Devonshire colic - colic which was first discovered in the city of Devonshire; caused by drinking cider made in lead-lined presses. Synonym(s): lead poisoning
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Devonshire Days are holding two open days in December, to give people the opportunity to come and see for themselves how they may benefit from being part of the service.
Devonshire brings over 20 years of experience working in the Middle East in the real estate investment management industry with a particular focus on Shariah compliant real estate funds.
Devonshire Operating Partnership, LP, through its subsidiaries, owns 32 community and neighbourhood shopping centres with approximately 4m square feet of gross leasable area and is controlled by Devonshire REIT, Inc.
The various spaces are organized by themes (Coronation Dress; Bess of Hardwick and the Tudor Influence; The Devonshire House Ball; The Georgiana Effect; and Country Living and Entertaining at Chatsworth) as the story starts in the 16th century with the house's founder, Bess of Hardwick, continuing with the 18th-century 'Empress of Fashion' Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, a fashion leader and the equivalent of today's 'influencers' and 'It' girls, since her taste for romantic style was also celebrated at the French court of her friend Queen Marie Antoinette.
Tip: Try using different jams, marmalade or lemon curd to put a twist on the traditional Devonshire split.
Her son, the 12th Duke of Devonshire, said yesterday: "It is with great sadness that I have to inform you that Deborah, Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, has passed away peacefully this morning.
Devonshire sued American for breach of contract and breach of the duty of good faith and fair deal ing.
On the ground-floor the Devonshire features a hallway, which leads to three reception rooms, including a kitchen, lounge and dining room.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (Mitsubishi) (TYO: 7211), a Japan-based automaker, has recognised UK-based Devonshire Motors with the 'Dealer of the year' award for 2008.
The restoration of Devonshire House is a vital element in the current regeneration of Eastside and is supported by Advantage West Midlands.
As chairman of AAHL, Weatherby will be responsible for the management of Ascot and will head the board, which also comprises Charles Barnett (chief executive), Mark Davies (trustee), the Duke of Devonshire (trustee), Justin Dowley (non-executive director), Janet Walker (commercial and finance director) and Ronnie Wilkie (operations director).