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Other Lords of Appeal (senior judges)
n Cornwall where they were anciently seated as Lords of the Manor of Treffry, some say, at the time
ons apprehended, to receive high-rent from the lords of the principal manors and to claim the regal
At different times the Lords of Hellesby, the Abbots of Vale Royal, the Act
Lords of Metal - "Interview Dol Ammad"
t, which Cecil noted as an 'Exhortation to the Lords of Council against the Hamiltons,' from that t
chevrons embowed argent; it is the arms of the Lords of Zwingenstein who ruled the village from the
2002 Interview on Lords of Metal
(prince) from the Mings, as did the religious lords of Drigung, Tsedong and Ling.
After 1809, the meetings of the Lords of the Treasury became largely pro forma, and
Raine, The Lords of Satyr (March 2008)
n Oxfordshire where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor.
The Lords of Midnight is a video game, written by Mike S
The Lords of the North (2006)
CRASH awarded Lords of Midnight 10 out of 10, highlighting the pan
atar In the Field - A Tribute to Albert Ayler, Lords of Outland, 2001
d zoomorphic figurines, seals belonging to the lords of Moldavia, and historic jewelry.
1280: Earliest record of Lords of Nostitz
The last lords of the manor of Chelveston were the Disbrowe f
nst a writ of the Lord Chief Justice or of the Lords of the Privy Council; and as a result it was t
t, Lord of Beaumesnil, father of the branch of Lords of Beaumesnil
He is one of five additional Lords of Appeal in the House of Lords.
owned by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, as Lords of the Manor of Fulham.
as named after the Mosley family who were then Lords of the Manor.
He and his descendants became known as Lords of Dunnyvaig and the Glens, although they did
nverts, among them the brother of the King and lords of the court, but did not succeed bringing abo
t, had passed into the hands of the Mortimers, Lords of Narberth.
Lords of Everquest received scores averaging in the
ame of Sir Gilbert of Thorn, whose family were lords of the manor until the 14th century.
er valley formed the territory of the medieval Lords of Afan.
odies, The Immortals, JK Magick, Kaotix, Lina, Lords of Acid, M.N.O., Major Problem, Moments of Ecs
The Brabazon family were lords of the manor in the 13th/14th centuries - even
its name from the Cruwys family who have been Lords of the Manor here since the reign of King John
These two are considered to have been lords of the local manor.
The Lords of Discipline (1983)- LTC Thomas "The Bear" Be
be connected to counts of Ribargorza who were Lords of Lascorz in the 12th century.
Two additional Lords of Acid hits compilations would follow this -
Lord Sopespian and Lord Glozelle, lords of Telmar.
death of the king be was appointed one of the lords of the council to the governor, the Earl of Ar
Lords Of The New Church Ticket Stub · May 14, 1986
and her predecessors, the temporal captains or lords of the islands of Arran, and their territories
It was anciently the seat of the Lords of Bowland.
Also Mike Davis of The MC5 just joined The Lords Of Altamont who are on Gearhead Records as of
Aberdeen is uncertain, but at a meeting of the Lords of Council which took place between June 12 an
ndal Dean, Klondike5, Leopold and his Fiction, Lords of the Fjords, Love In October, Mama Sweet, Ma
The Gaynors were once the Gaelic lords of Granard.
for the ambitions of the Dukes of Brabant and Lords of Grimbergen.
August 1984: The Lords of Midnight, ZX Spectrum
for their synthesizer work with the acid band Lords of Acid.
castle was the main seat of residence for the Lords of Aldingham until the death of William de Har
The emblem is that of the Lords of Andrian.
nd uncle, Salentin and his brothers became the lords of Kempenich.
Hon.The Lord, essays in The Sudeleys - Lords of Toddington, published by the Manorial Socie
ed the feudal rights of the Dukes of Atholl as Lords of Man over the Isle of Man, and revested them
omney from 1768 until 1784, and was one of the Lords of the Treasury from 1782 to 1783.
The Bulkeleys continued to hold the lands as lords of the manor until the 18th century, when the
erly the mansion and residence of the Aubreys, lords of the manor of Slwch, which lordship was best
The castle was the home of the lords of Cleydael until the end of the 18th century.
il of that year he was appointed as one of the Lords of the Admiralty under John Pitt, Earl of Chat
These are the arms of the Lords of Boymont-Payrsberg who owned the Schwanburg
It is the insignia of Lords of Reichenberg who lived in the local castle s
as apparently still used as a residence of the Lords of Powys in the earlier part of the 16th centu
Held by the Lords of Zitzewitz, it was incorporated into the Pom
am Moat and Aldingham Motte, both homes to the Lords of Aldingham in the twelfth and thirteenth cen
In Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Cornell appears as a boss.
You can sleep when you're dead!, Lords of Outland, 2008
n Stories series, figuring particularly in The Lords of the North (published 2006).
XV (the first fifteen years 1994-2009), Lords of Outland, 2009
In July 1559 the Lords of the Congregation seized these, along with g
the secular Mac in Aba (filius Abbe, "MacNab") lords of Glen Esk.
Lord Borthwick was one of the Lords of the Articles pro baronibus, in the parliame
the Esdailes family who have been more recent lords of the manor.
gh his three sons: the co-lords of Marsans and lords of Roquefort and Montgaillard; the lords of Ca
a memorial to the Palgraves who had become the lords of the manor in the 15th century.
said this about her first novel, Nicholas, The Lords of Satyr: "The leading man is the sexiest one
rly remember a time long ago when they were as Lords of vast regions of the world.
Lords of the Sunset - A Tour in the Shan States.
akes its name from the Lindsey family who were lords of the manor in the 12th century.
lar on gules, which represents the arms of the Lords of Ros that in thirteenth century had a castle
ian lands in her stead, and thereby became the lords of Viktring Abbey.
She is a member of The Lords of Order.
Bators later formed Lords of the New Church with Brian James from The Da
Among the local nobility were the lords of Beveren, whose territory was eventually ced
Former Lords of the manor are buried in here.
to marry him with the rich heiress of the last Lords of Wallsee.
Lords of the Inland Sea: A Study of the Mediterranea
376, gaining many devots between the Hungarian lords of the south.
Like the first lords of Richmond, Peter II of Savoy and Ralph de Ne
The Lords of Cemais, Dilwynn Miles, Haverfordwest, 1996.
Chazan , both abbots of Cluny and born of the lords of Vergy, gave its first official appearance t
ed States for the first time (as an opener for Lords of Acid, with the same musicians), and they re
In early 14th century the local lords of the manor were the Bluett and Cothay famili
2002: The Lords of Misrule: Poems, 1992&nspace;2001, Johns Hop
With this album Lords of Acid ventured on their first world headlini
lis Fleming family of North Stoneham Park were lords of the manor of North Stoneham, and the princi
ura in Western Tamil Nadu, but the Polygars or Lords of Madura Kingdom were in no mood to compromis
as the Duke of Zhou executed his brothers, the lords of Guan and Cai, for their crimes.
our years later, summoned to answer before the Lords of the Council to a charge of non-conformity,
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is the coat of arms of the Plazoll zu Assling, Lords of Pfalzen in the Middle Ages, who built the c
use of La Scala, for a hundred and fifty years lords of Verona, and was born in 1484 at the Rocca d
Anglo-Norman family prominent in Sussex, were lords of the manor of Hillesley in 12th and 13th cen
originate from here, as the Dummer family were lords of the manor between the 12th and 16th centuri
e Pacific Fleet and later a role as one of the Lords of the Admiralty.
e arms of the de Lacy family who were medieval lords of Huddersfield.
In 1142, the lords of Konradsburg are referred to for the last as
for two of his best-known works, the novel The Lords of Discipline and the memoir My Losing Season.
it was used as collateral, first pawned to the lords of Gemen (now part of the city Borken) and aft
Bryan FitzAlan, progenitor of the Lords of Bedale in Richmondshire.
t around 1320 by Clan MacDougall who were then Lords of Lorn.
canal was abandoned in 1877 and leased to the Lords of the Level of Romney Marsh.
those to members of the Corbett family, local lords of the manor and benefactors of the church.
Formally, it allowed Lords of the Manor to enclose common land providing
He also subjected the lords of Goor to his authority.
A single game of Lords of the Earth, played to completion, has been d
rton was agreed allowing amongst other matters Lords of the Manor to enclose common land provided t
The successive Lords of the manor of Pishobury had local hunting ri
They were also Lords of the Manor of Stogursey, Somerset.
These days are correlated with the nine Lords of the Night.
from the arms of the de Laci family, medieval lords of Huddersfield.
One of the Four Lords of the Burning Dawn, Suzaku is later revealed
male member of the Brahmin(Namboothiri) feudal lords of Azhvanchery Mana, located in Athavanad, pre
ed after the Mortimer family of ruling Marcher Lords, often titled Earl of March, whose rise throug
After entering the House of Lords on the death of his father in 1840 he served i
the Third Reading of the Bill in the House of Lords on 4 June 1832.
est Sussex, and was introduced in the House of Lords on 22 November.
Harold Wilson in 1967 and sat in the House of Lords on the Labour, Liberal and Liberal Democrats b
l changes orders were approved by the House of Lords on 22 March 2010, though the Lords took the un
of Camden, and was introduced in the House of Lords on 28 April 2009.
The Bill was introduced in the House of Lords on 26 May 2010.
She made her maiden speech at the House of Lords on 15 July 2010 in a debate on criminal justic
at on the Conservative benches in the House of Lords on his father's death in 1914.
A.C. 199 is a famous decision of the House of Lords on the tort of passing off.
emit of making recommendations to the House of Lords on complaints of breach of parliamentary privi
ll was read for the third time in the House of Lords on 13 May 2008 and was passed without further
He took his seat in the House of Lords on 11 October 2010 and was made a life peer as
ong those having a proxy in the Irish House of Lords on 30 July 1634.
He took his seat in the House of Lords on his 21st birthday in 1962.
was the Oppposition Spokesman in the House of Lords on Overseas Development 1983-87.
of Durham, and was introduced in the House of Lords on 5 July 2010.
Islington, and was introduced in the House of Lords on 24 January 2011, where he sits on the Labou
In opposition, she spoke in the House of Lords on the environment between 1979 and 1986, and
re the assembled House of Commons and House of Lords on 17 November 1423.
The Bill received its third reading in the Lords on 21 July, but the Labour government fell in
Chelsea, and he was introduced in the House of Lords on 27 January 2011, where he sits as a Conserv
The Act was introduced to the House of Lords on 7 December 2000, and passed to the House of
ancient Sith Masters in the Valley of the Dark Lords on Korriban.
June 2006, and was introduced to the House of Lords on 3 July 2006.
the Liberal Democrat spokesman in the House of Lords on Northern Ireland and constitutional affairs
ench to shadow Peter Mandelson in the House of Lords on Department for Business, Enterprise and Reg
e and Wear, and was introduced in the House of Lords on 28 July 2010, where he sits on the Labour b
Mandelson is to be introduced in the House of Lords on Monday, but neither his Letters Patent nor
y of Essex, and was introduced in the House of Lords on 27 January 2011, where she will sit on the
It was then introduced into the House of Lords on 29 February 2000, where, on 11 April 2000 i
etween 1955 and 1977 and spoke in the House of Lords on a variety of issues in relation to the care
A devout Roman Catholic, during debates in the Lords on the equalisation of the age of consent in 2
and completed its passage through the House of Lords on 6 February 2007.
It was first read in the House of Lords on 4 February 2010 and received its second and
ary 2005, completed its stages in the House of Lords on 5 April 2005.
h his maiden and final speech, in the House of Lords on 25 November 1998, less than one year before
her title and he took his seat in the House of Lords on 16 January 1580.
irst presented (first reading) in the House of Lords on 19 November 2009 and received its third rea
Randerson, and was introduced in the House of Lords on 31 January 2011, and sits on the Liberal De
whom gave evidence extensively to the House of Lords on the issue.
ereditary peers were removed from the House of Lords, on the basis that 'the aristocracy is dead' a
He made his maiden speech in the Lords on 9 December 1970 in a debate entitled: Pollu
He entered the House of Lords on the death of his father in 1897 and made hi
onsulting and continues to attend the House of Lords on a regular basis.
omerset, and he was introduced in the House of Lords on the same day.
8 December 2008 and was passed to the House of Lords on the 20 May 2009.
The Bill was introduced to the House of Lords on 17 December 1996 by the Lord Chancellor, Lo
he ransom strip was overturned by the House of Lords on 1 April 2004.
he bill had its second reading in the House of Lords on 24 March 2006.
ity of London in 1991 and sits in the House of Lords on the Conservative benches.
hool for Boys to make a speech on the House of Lords on January 29th.
ding, and his appointment was agreed to by the Lords on 10 December.
to the opposition front bench in the House of Lords, on an ad hoc basis.
5] AC 705 is a famous decision by the House of Lords on the ability to impose liability upon a corp
carried up the message from the Commons to the Lords on 28 November 1644 which desired them to hast
It is a leading case from the House of Lords on the legal concept of consideration.
One was preached before the House of Lords on the anniversary of Charles I's martyrdom, a
rkinson, and he was introduced to the House of Lords on 14 February 1996.
ratic Party, and became their spokesman in the Lords on civil aviation and consumer affairs.
It ultimately passed third reading in Lords on 5 October.
Donoughmore entered the House of Lords on the death of his father in 1851.
He took his seat in the House of Lords on his father's death in 1867 and two years la
ime on his hands Denning spoke in the House of Lords on matters that interested him, supporting an
n English contract law decided in the House of Lords, on the subject of mistaken identity as a basi
report and oral evidence), and to the House of Lords on EU matters.
on 8 July and a third reading in the House of Lords on 15 July.
h Yorkshire and was introduced in the House of Lords on 7 July 2010.
The bandits, landlords, and drug lords only wanted to keep their own strength and did
He attended the Lords only sparingly to speak on topics of interest
Lord Henley - Lords Opposition Chief Whip
e new kingdom and meant a seat in its House of Lords, or in the Peerage of Ireland, but an Irish pe
er in his capacity as a member of the House of Lords, or as a herald.
livery badges associated with their immediate lords or patrons under the prevailing system of so-c
To sit beside him in the pavilion at Lords' or in the Old Stagers enclosure at Canterbury
Petitions to the Lords or the whole Parliament can be traced back to
For those samurai and lords ordered to commit seppuku, the Kogi Kaishakuni
                                                                                                   


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