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A Moore

First Earl of Leicester

Moore of "Arthur" fame

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Population (2000): 447 Housing Units (2000): 207 Land area (2000): 3.115836 sq. miles (8.069979 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.008146 sq. miles (0.021098 sq. km) Total area (2000): 3.123982 sq. miles (8.091077 sq. km) FIPS code: 24488 Located within: Georgia...

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Dudley is a large town in the West Midlands of England, south-east of Wolverhampton and north-west of Birmingham . The town is the administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley and in 2011 had a population of 79,379. The Metropolitan Borough,...

Usage examples of dudley.

Captain Dudley Beaumont was standing at the after end of the cabin, one hand behind his back, the other hooked around the buttons of his reefer.

After a relentless battle with everything which the enemy could hurl against him, Captain Dudley Beaumont, sole officer survivor of the battleship Conqueror, showed what the Royal Navy could do.

Neither Cecil nor Dudley had yet managed to get home to their wives for so much as a single night during the Christmas season.

Dudley thought, looking from Cecil at the table to Kat Ashley at the window.

French ambassador, a couple of lords, some small-fry gentry, a couple of ladies-in-waiting, and half a dozen guards that Cecil had collected to accompany the queen, Dudley managed to ride by her side and they were left alone for most of the ride.

Sir Francis bowed his obedience, and Dudley and Cecil made their way over to him.

The former was seduced, and this man had employed his skill in chirographical imitation, in composing letters from Miss Dudley to his brother, which sufficiently attested her dishonor.

Dudley that still retained its dignity, the sedateness, graceful condescension and personal elegance of Constantia, were new to the apprehension of Ormond.

They are letters from Constantia Dudley, and are parts of an intrigue which, considering the character of the man, was not much to her honor.

The cowman obeyed, and they seated themselves still further from Jack Dudley.

End of this Project Gutenberg Etext of Fashions in Literature by Charles Dudley Warner THE AMERICAN NEWSPAPER By Charles Dudley Warner Our theme for the hour is the American Newspaper.

He informed them of the success that had recently attended the English forces under the Earl of Hertford and the lord admiral, Sir John Dudley, whom he had left as deputy of Boulogne, and dismissed them to their homes after conferring upon the mayor the honour of knighthood.

Firm of Inchling, Pennergate, and Radnor: a respectable City merchant indeed, whom Dudley could read-off in a glimpse of the downright contrast to his partner.

Among the towns which were proposed to be comprehended were Macclesfield, Stockport, Cheltenham, Birmingham, Brighton, Whitehaven, Wolverhampton, Sunderland, Manchester, Bury, Bolton, Dudley, Leeds, Halifax, Sheffield, North and South Shields, and it was stated that the same principle would extend to the representation of such large cities as Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Belfast.

With a ferocious leap, Dudley Arment hurled himself across the room to grapple with Shakes Niefan.