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  1. Lancaster is the county town. (Web site)
  2. Lancaster is served by Amtrak trains traveling between Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Pittsburgh.
  3. Burt Lancaster is superb as J.J. Hunsecker, the Walter Winchell-based columnist with an unhealthy obsession with his sister.
  4. Penny Lancaster is a huge bitch, standing at 6′1″.
  5. Penny Lancaster is a model and wife to Rod Stewart and, at 6ft 1 inch, is exceptionally tall.


  1. However, Lancaster later took on the role of Moses in a TV version of Moses' life, after Heston had played the part in the 1956 film version. (Web site)

Lancaster Area

  1. His ministry was in Pennsylvania, around Lancaster area.

First National Headquarters

  1. They had begun to prosper in the 1960s and even opened their first National Headquarters in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.


  1. Chartered surveyors operating in the Lancaster, Kendal, and Barrow regions. (Web site)

Lancaster County

  1. He is a son of Abraham and Susan (Ebersole) Eshleman, natives of Lancaster county. (Web site)


  1. A group of local boy scouts are sending about 100 birthday cards to a young cancer patient from Lancaster, Ont., none of them have ever met.
  2. But he had matured quite a bit as an actor and exuded a kind of crude animal force, which Young compared to a young Kirk Douglas or Burt Lancaster. (Web site)


  1. I think I'll have to try living in Portugal, it must be wonderful to be ignorant of Penny Lancaster.


  1. Lancaster - Linguistics: Includes links to internal and external NLP-related sites. (Web site)


  1. Winter 1969 Hest Bank and Bolton-Le-Sands Stations close, and the junction for passengers changing from the Furness line to the main line, became Lancaster.


  1. Lancaster says for visitors to the area, riding on an air boat is a must-do in Tunica.


  1. In the near future, the anonymous server will no longer be associated with LANCASTER.ANDREW.CMU.EDU so connections there will not work.


  1. George Croghan was born in Dublin, Ireland around 1720, moved to Colonial America in 1741, and became a fur trader in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.


  1. Stuart Coles is Reader in Statistics at the University of Bristol, UK, having previously lectured at the universities of Nottingham and Lancaster. (Web site)


  1. After meeting Rod Stewart in 1998, Penny Lancaster took up a relationship with the singer and saw her career skyrocket. (Web site)


  1. A 5 minutes walk to Lancaster Gate tube station provides access to the whole of London and its attractions.
  2. In terms of the Lancaster House Agreement, Rhodesia reverted back to being a British Colony under direct control from London. (Web site)


  1. Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890 ftp from ( both SNMP and SNMPv2 are available. (Web site)

United States

  1. The Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike, built in 1795 was the first long-distance, paved road in the United States.


  1. Beginning a fascinating royal story, dating back to 1399, is a Special Stamp set comprising the Kings of the rival Houses of York and Lancaster.
  2. The Village of Lancaster is in the south part of the Town of Lancaster and is east of Buffalo, New York.

Seven Children

  1. Henrietta Swan Leavitt was born in Lancaster, Massachusetts, on July 4, 1868, where she was one of seven children. (Web site)

Social Theory

  1. KAPLAN, H. GURVEN, M. & LANCASTER, H. (2007). Brain evolution and the human adaptive complex: An ecological and social theory.

Edward Iii

  1. The duchy of Lancaster was created by Edward III in 1351 for Henry of Grosmont, but became extinct upon the duke's death in 1361. (Web site)

Big Difference

  1. The big difference: Harrison Ford needed a stunt double, Lancaster didn't. (Web site)


  1. As well as Her Majesty's Attorney General, there is also an Attorney General to the Prince of Wales and an Attorney General to the Duchy of Lancaster.

Royal House

  1. Nevertherless, the Beauforts remained closely allied with Gaunt's legitimate descendants from his first marriage, the Royal House of Lancaster.
  2. Nevertherless, the Beauforts remained closely allied with Gaunt's other descendants, the Royal House of Lancaster. (Web site)
  3. Nevertheless, the Beauforts remained closely allied with Gaunt's other descendants, the Royal House of Lancaster.


  1. Dalton railway station, which serves the town, is located on the Furness Line, giving connections to Barrow, Ulverston, Grange-over-Sands and Lancaster.
  2. Ulverston railway station, which serves the town, is located on the Furness Line from Barrow-in-Furness to Lancaster. (Web site)
  3. Morecambe railway station, which serves the town is the terminus of the Morecambe Branch Line from Lancaster.


  1. In May of that year, a Great Meeting (part of an interdenominational revival movement) was held at a barn belonging to Isaac Long in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. (Web site)
  2. The same year he joined the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Gunzenhauser was appointed music director and conductor of the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra.
  3. A year later, his life story was told in the Hollywood movie Jim Thorpe—All American, with Burt Lancaster in the title role.

Lancaster Canal

  1. Lancaster Canal is one of the most beautiful waterways in Britain.


  1. Chapter One: Conception and Construction The Lancaster Canal is a child of the canal fever of the 1700s whose promotion came largely from Lancaster itself. (Web site)
  2. Leaving Lock No 1 and heading to the junction with the Lancaster Canal, through the waiting basin. (Web site)
  3. The canal's Rufford Branch is part of the Douglas Navigation and links the Lancaster Canal to the rest of the English canal system via the Ribble Link.


  1. For example, the city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania cannot have an affiliated team because of its proximity to the Harrisburg Senators and the Reading Phillies.


  1. The West Coast Main Line provides direct rail links with London and other major cities, with stations at Preston and Lancaster.


  1. The UDI Rhodesian state was ultimately replaced under the Lancaster House Agreement by a restored British regime under a governor: Lord Soames.


  1. Edmond Hamilton died in Lancaster, California, of complications following kidney surgery. (Web site)
  2. Panch began the 1957 season by winning the first two races of the year at Lancaster, California and Concord, North Carolina. (Web site)


  1. Holly Ross was the singer and guitarist from Angelica, the all-female punk rock band from Lancaster, England. (Web site)
  2. Born on March 15, 1971, in Chelmsford, Essex, England, we need not look far to discover where Penny Lancaster got her athletic ability and love for fitness.


  1. Baron Byron, of Rochdale in the County Palatine of Lancaster, is a title in the Peerage of England. (Web site)
  2. As of March 26, 2001, Lancaster had begun negotiating a second DDA with Costco by which title to the newly acquired property would be transferred to Costco.
  3. That's backed up by having Burt Lancaster in the lead, as he would fit in a film with this title even if he was just a silhouette against a wall.


  1. He was the son of Jacob Boehm and Barbara Kendig who settled in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
  2. Burt Lancaster stars as ranch-hand Owen Daybright, who has been raised as a son by rancher Arch Stroble (Ray Collins).
  3. Penny Lancaster believes her son is going to be a rock star. (Web site)


  1. John of Gaunt left behind his daughter, Philippa of Lancaster, to marry king John I of Portugal in order to seal the Anglo-Portuguese alliance.
  2. He is also supposed to have joined Sir James Bland Burges in an epic, the Exodiad (1807), and in John de Lancaster, a novel. (Web site)
  3. He supported the king's uncle John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster in the city, where there was a strong opposition to John.


  1. In the War of the Roses, the struggle in England between the houses of York and Lancaster, Ireland supported the losing house of York. (Web site)
  2. The actual Tudor Rose has red and white petals interleaved, representing the Houses of Lancaster (red rose) and York (white rose). (Web site)


  1. King John gave the town a charter, and John of Gaunt rebuilt the fortress, which became indissolubly connected with the fortunes of the House of Lancaster. (Web site)
  2. The castle came into the possession of the House of Lancaster through the marriage of John of Gaunt to Blanche, a Monmouth based heiress. (Web site)
  3. The new dynasty was symbolized by the " Tudor Rose ", a fusion of the White Rose symbol of the House of York, and the Red Rose of the House of Lancaster.


  1. Lancaster Castle is a working building and houses two Crown Courts and a prison and has guided tours for visitors at all times in the year.
  2. At the beginning of the English Civil War, Lancaster Castle was held by the Royalists.
  3. The castle was dedicated to Saint George in the late 14th century by King John I, who had married the English Princess Philippa of Lancaster. (Web site)


  1. There were more death sentences handed down at Lancaster Castle than any other Court in England, except Old Newgate in London.
  2. King John is said to have held Court at Lancaster Castle.
  3. Now, without invitation by the Court, Lancaster has filed a motion for summary judgment, once again asserting that this case is moot.


  1. Mazziotta JC, Toga AW, Evans A, Fox P, Lancaster J (1995) A probabilistic atlas of the human brain: theory and rationale for its development. (Web site)


  1. DAVID HAYES AGNEW (1818-1892), American surgeon, was born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, on the 24th of November 1818. (Web site)
  2. Boehm's Chapel in Willow Street, Lancaster County, was built in 1791 on land given by Jacob Boehm.
  3. The Pennsylvanians were composed of speculators (mostly in Philadelphia) and settlers (mostly Scotch-Irish from Lancaster County). (Web site)


  1. Lancaster Castle is a castle and a prison in Lancaster, Lancashire, England. (Web site)
  2. The Lancaster Canal is a canal in Lancashire in the north of England, from Preston to Tewitfield near Kendal in south Cumbria.
  3. Dean Ellison is a motorcycle racer from Britain, born 14 November 1977 in Lancaster, Lancashire.


  1. Henry IV was the grandson of Edward III and the son of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster; hence, his dynasty was known as the House of Lancaster. (Web site)
  2. In 1366 he married Philippa Roet, sister of Katherine Swynford, the mistress and later third wife of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster.
  3. He was created Duke of Lancaster on 10 November 1399, the third person to hold the title that year. (Web site)


  1. Costs Funded From Other Sources Duchy of Lancaster Income from the Duchy of Lancaster, which is subject to tax in the normal way, funds the Privy Purse.
  2. The castle has belonged to the Crown or the Duchy of Lancaster since, and is now in the care of English Heritage.
  3. Though at first excluded from the Labour Cabinet in 1929, Attlee became chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster in 1930 and a year later postmaster general. (Web site)


  1. Geoffrey Leech, emeritus professor of linguistics and English language at Lancaster University, agrees that there has been some decline in its use. (Web site)
  2. The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Lancaster University, UK, will host two meetings with a common theme of Banach spaces on 25-26 May 2009.
  3. Born in Liverpool, England in 1957, Ford was educated at the University of Lancaster, where he studied composition with Edward Cowie and John Buller.


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