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Guernsey

a yellow-brown and white, horned breed of dairy cattle. One of the Channel Islands breeds, originating from the island of Guernsey in the English Channel.
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Our final stop on Guernsey was the German occupation museum (www.
Guernsey Film was formed earlier this year by a group of finance industry professionals and the Guernsey Government to act as a centre of excellence for the collective infrastructure and expertise available on the Island specifically within the film field.
Another option is to visit one of the other islands which make up the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
Apanel of experts from Guernsey's fund industry will discuss private and public fund structures in Guernsey, illustrated by a working example of property as an increasingly popular asset class.
Highlight of Herm, 20 minutes by boat from Guernsey, is a couple of hours lazing on Shell Beach - stay overnight if you can.
A sophisticated discussion of two kinds of feminine form (`the eroticized Other and the holding mother' as Guernsey puts it in Chapter 2) leads to insights that refreshingly temper recent controversial neo-historicist discussions of gender and sexuality in Herbert by suggesting a framework within which those who are opposed to these, such as Stanley Stewart, in Renaissance Talk (Pittsburgh, PA: Duquesne University Press, 1997), might find common ground.
The island measures 33 miles running north to south and 13 miles from east to west for a total surface area of 227 square miles, making it 5 times larger than Jersey and 9 times the size of Guernsey.
Guernsey argues that Herbert's theology was distinctively Lutheran, rather than Calvinisric; and she argues that Luther's notion of a postlapsarian divided self can be understood according to Winnicott's model of the "good-enough mother" who holds and mirrors her child.
The Guernsey Race Club, which used to stage three meetings a year, still exists.
Despite the skepticism of his colleagues, the Guernsey man's greenhouse-turned-butterfly-exhibit quickly became a success.
The Lord Chancellor's right to sit as a judge has been thrown into question - by a flower grower in Guernsey.