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a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles

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Caption: ABOVE RIGHT: A photo of the wreckage of Anson N9818 on September 21, 1941 that took the lives of its pilot, Flying Officer Lloyd "Brookie" Brooks, and two passengers, Aircraftman Douglas Wortley and Sergeant Lionel Britland.
Angela Britland, 60, is a retired teacher living in Stockport, Greater Manchester, looking to rent out her spare bedroom for pounds 25 a night to business travellers and backpackers.
As Karen Britland has shown, contemporary authors attempted to play down Charles's infatuation with the Infanta by weaving a new love story to explain his switch to the French princess: "romantic fiction was used to soften the dynastic obligations of a marriage between two people who had never met" (123-24).
Britland presents a positive reading of Henrietta Maria's intelligence, self-awareness, and political and religious development, in contrast to the usual descriptions of the queen consort, which denigrate her as French, foolish, female, and insidiously Catholic.
Britland counters previous critical views of Henrietta Maria that see her as politically heedless and ineffectual, governed by her emotions and manipulated by male advisers.
Anthony Britland, 46, was also placed on the sex offender's register for five years.
Screenplay, Jesse Armstrong, Sam Bain, based on a story by David Britland, Andy Nyman, Anthony Owen, Andrew O'Connor, Jesse Armstrong, Sam Bain.
Drama at the Courts of Henrietta Maria, by Karen Britland.
The next chapter, by Karen Britland, concerns the next romance in the story, that between Charles and Henrietta Maria of France, and how its literary supporters interpreted the debacle of 1623 in retrospect.
My Grandfather George Junior, also known as Anthony, married my grandmother Emma Britland and they had two children, Barbara and Christopher.
The powder coating and galvanising specialist is undertaking the work for WS Britland, a structural steel fabricator and manufacturer of bespoke architectural metalwork in a contract set to run until early 2006.
He was a boss of manufacturing firm Britland Management, which sank with debts of nearly pounds 1m.
Other key management personnel at Logotech include Gurland, Brien Britland, operations manager, and Anita Sparrow, art director.
According to the article (in the June issue), online wine sales are thriving over in Britland.
Pocklington: Bennett, Hardy, Bishop, Nixon, Walton, Joe Holbrough, Rees, Webber, Birch, Morton, Peters, Hyde, Durkin, Jack Holbrough, Britland.