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A horizontal piercing through the bridge of the nose
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You surely were mistaken in what you said Of the Earl, mirthful, indeed
She said the city has been flooded with offers to adopt Earl, and she asked those interested to consider the other "Earls" out there waiting to be adopted.
Ultimate Software, a leading provider of human capital management (HCM) solutions in the cloud, announced today that Earls Kitchen + Bar, one of North Americas most successful independent restaurant groups, has selected UltiPro to unify its U.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 28, 2014-London's Earls Court 1 & 2 to be developed by Capco and TfL joint venture
MAKING HISTORY: Thomas Stanley, the first Earl of Derby in 1485 REMARKABLE: A portrait of Edward Smith Stanley, the 13th Earl of Derby who created his own menagerie in the 19th century License granted courtesy of the Rt Hon The Earl of Derby MAGNIFICENT: Knowsley Hall, ancestral home of the Earls of Derby NEVER MIND: Visitors remain cheerful despite finding themselves in the breakdown lane CHEEKY MONKEY: Stanley the baboon tries to steal some cake meant for all the monkeys REMEMBER WHEN: How the Liverpool ECHO reported the opening of Knowsley Safari Park BEST PALS: A charming 1974 snapshot of an elephant and a rhino who became friends at the Safari Park
KEITH EARLS has never forgotten where he came from and the boots he will wear tomorrow are further proof of that.
The big news and talking point at this year's Business Travel Show at Olympia, and parallel Travel Technology Exhibition last week were not the shows themselves, but that they are both to relocate to Earls Court Two in 2007.
Earls may not be as common as Johns or Joes, but the name will start to gain in popularity as a result of the new NBC comedy series, "My Name is Earl", which has just started its first season in the UK on Channel 4.
Three Percy Earls were killed in battle, two were executed and two murdered.
In my experience, earls do not have much cash nowadays, but they used to in the good old days.
This earl was the one who, as every Irish school-child knew, had escaped the vengeance of King Henry VIII (who decided upon the destruction of the great house of the Fitzgeralds, earls of Kildare, after the rebellion of "Silken" Thomas of 1534-36) only because he, as an infant, had been passed from on e noble house in Ireland to another until he was in 1537 whisked by a kindly aunt to the safety of Catholic Europe.