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- Lancaster is the county town.
- Lancaster is served by Amtrak trains traveling between Philadelphia, Harrisburg, and Pittsburgh.
- Burt Lancaster is superb as J.J. Hunsecker, the Walter Winchell-based columnist with an unhealthy obsession with his sister.
- Penny Lancaster is a huge bitch, standing at 6′1″.
- Penny Lancaster is a model and wife to Rod Stewart and, at 6ft 1 inch, is exceptionally tall.
- 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.
- His ministry was in Pennsylvania, around Lancaster area.
- They had begun to prosper in the 1960s and even opened their first National Headquarters in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
- Chartered surveyors operating in the Lancaster, Kendal, and Barrow regions.
- He is a son of Abraham and Susan (Ebersole) Eshleman, natives of Lancaster county.
- 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.
- 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.
- I think I'll have to try living in Portugal, it must be wonderful to be ignorant of Penny Lancaster.
- Lancaster - Linguistics: Includes links to internal and external NLP-related sites.
- 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.
- Lancaster says for visitors to the area, riding on an air boat is a must-do in Tunica.
- In the near future, the anonymous server will no longer be associated with LANCASTER.ANDREW.CMU.EDU so connections there will not work.
- George Croghan was born in Dublin, Ireland around 1720, moved to Colonial America in 1741, and became a fur trader in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
- Stuart Coles is Reader in Statistics at the University of Bristol, UK, having previously lectured at the universities of Nottingham and Lancaster.
- After meeting Rod Stewart in 1998, Penny Lancaster took up a relationship with the singer and saw her career skyrocket.
- A 5 minutes walk to Lancaster Gate tube station provides access to the whole of London and its attractions.
- In terms of the Lancaster House Agreement, Rhodesia reverted back to being a British Colony under direct control from London.
- Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890 ftp from lancaster.andrew.cmu.edu (126.96.36.199) both SNMP and SNMPv2 are available.
- The Philadelphia and Lancaster Turnpike, built in 1795 was the first long-distance, paved road in the United States.
- 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.
- The Village of Lancaster is in the south part of the Town of Lancaster and is east of Buffalo, New York.
- Henrietta Swan Leavitt was born in Lancaster, Massachusetts, on July 4, 1868, where she was one of seven children.
- KAPLAN, H. GURVEN, M. & LANCASTER, H. (2007). Brain evolution and the human adaptive complex: An ecological and social theory.
- 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.
- The big difference: Harrison Ford needed a stunt double, Lancaster didn't.
- 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.
- Nevertherless, the Beauforts remained closely allied with Gaunt's legitimate descendants from his first marriage, the Royal House of Lancaster.
- Nevertherless, the Beauforts remained closely allied with Gaunt's other descendants, the Royal House of Lancaster.
- Nevertheless, the Beauforts remained closely allied with Gaunt's other descendants, the Royal House of Lancaster.
- Dalton railway station, which serves the town, is located on the Furness Line, giving connections to Barrow, Ulverston, Grange-over-Sands and Lancaster.
- Ulverston railway station, which serves the town, is located on the Furness Line from Barrow-in-Furness to Lancaster.
- Morecambe railway station, which serves the town is the terminus of the Morecambe Branch Line from Lancaster.
- 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.
- The same year he joined the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, Gunzenhauser was appointed music director and conductor of the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra.
- 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 is one of the most beautiful waterways in Britain.
- 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.
- Leaving Lock No 1 and heading to the junction with the Lancaster Canal, through the waiting basin.
- 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.
- For example, the city of Lancaster, Pennsylvania cannot have an affiliated team because of its proximity to the Harrisburg Senators and the Reading Phillies.
- The West Coast Main Line provides direct rail links with London and other major cities, with stations at Preston and Lancaster.
- The UDI Rhodesian state was ultimately replaced under the Lancaster House Agreement by a restored British regime under a governor: Lord Soames.
- Edmond Hamilton died in Lancaster, California, of complications following kidney surgery.
- Panch began the 1957 season by winning the first two races of the year at Lancaster, California and Concord, North Carolina.
- Holly Ross was the singer and guitarist from Angelica, the all-female punk rock band from Lancaster, England.
- 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.
- Baron Byron, of Rochdale in the County Palatine of Lancaster, is a title in the Peerage of England.
- 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.
- 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.
- He was the son of Jacob Boehm and Barbara Kendig who settled in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
- Burt Lancaster stars as ranch-hand Owen Daybright, who has been raised as a son by rancher Arch Stroble (Ray Collins).
- Penny Lancaster believes her son is going to be a rock star.
- 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.
- He is also supposed to have joined Sir James Bland Burges in an epic, the Exodiad (1807), and in John de Lancaster, a novel.
- He supported the king's uncle John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster in the city, where there was a strong opposition to John.
- In the War of the Roses, the struggle in England between the houses of York and Lancaster, Ireland supported the losing house of York.
- The actual Tudor Rose has red and white petals interleaved, representing the Houses of Lancaster (red rose) and York (white rose).
- 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.
- The castle came into the possession of the House of Lancaster through the marriage of John of Gaunt to Blanche, a Monmouth based heiress.
- 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.
- 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.
- At the beginning of the English Civil War, Lancaster Castle was held by the Royalists.
- 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.
- There were more death sentences handed down at Lancaster Castle than any other Court in England, except Old Newgate in London.
- King John is said to have held Court at Lancaster Castle.
- Now, without invitation by the Court, Lancaster has filed a motion for summary judgment, once again asserting that this case is moot.
- Mazziotta JC, Toga AW, Evans A, Fox P, Lancaster J (1995) A probabilistic atlas of the human brain: theory and rationale for its development.
- DAVID HAYES AGNEW (1818-1892), American surgeon, was born in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, on the 24th of November 1818.
- Boehm's Chapel in Willow Street, Lancaster County, was built in 1791 on land given by Jacob Boehm.
- The Pennsylvanians were composed of speculators (mostly in Philadelphia) and settlers (mostly Scotch-Irish from Lancaster County).
- Lancaster Castle is a castle and a prison in Lancaster, Lancashire, England.
- The Lancaster Canal is a canal in Lancashire in the north of England, from Preston to Tewitfield near Kendal in south Cumbria.
- Dean Ellison is a motorcycle racer from Britain, born 14 November 1977 in Lancaster, Lancashire.
- 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.
- In 1366 he married Philippa Roet, sister of Katherine Swynford, the mistress and later third wife of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster.
- He was created Duke of Lancaster on 10 November 1399, the third person to hold the title that year.
- 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.
- The castle has belonged to the Crown or the Duchy of Lancaster since, and is now in the care of English Heritage.
- 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.
- Geoffrey Leech, emeritus professor of linguistics and English language at Lancaster University, agrees that there has been some decline in its use.
- 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.
- 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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