Cornishman


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a man who is a native or inhabitant of Cornwall

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Cornishman Harris said: For a rider like me, Leszno is a great track.
50) the residents of Copenhagen can now get their hands on the fast-food favourite after an expatriate Cornishman set up what he claims is the first shop of its kind in the Scandinavian country.
But the 30-year-old Cornishman, who qualifies for Wales after serving the International Rugby Board's mandatory three-year residency period, has damaged an adductor muscle.
And the 30-year-old Cornishman, who qualifies for Wales on residential grounds, capped a fine individual performance with a try in the final minute.
2 Name the Cornishman who was the first English goalkeeper to be the subject of a pounds 1million transfer fee.
July 24 1954: Hundreds of holidaymakers queue along the platform at Snow Hill Station, awaiting the arrival of The Cornishman express.
FIRST, a Cornishman writing to push the assemblies and now "Red Ken": what is that all about?
of Exeter) makes extensive use of Rowse's private papers, finding that Rowse's identity as a Cornishman is key to understanding his complex relationships, professional or private, which were marked by conflicting prejudices and loyalties punctuated by secrets.
newspaper The Cornishman recently reported that North Cornwall resident Tristram Salisbury, who has been developing models of alternative transportation vehicles for the past 10 years, has failed to acquire commercial support for a one-seat electric vehicle (EV) that relied on battery charging from a homemade wind turbine.
Martyn recognises he is being helped in his quest by a back four which has conceded just four goals in 10 Premiership games going into today's clash with Spurs at Elland Road, where the Cornishman has yet to pick the ball out of the net in the Premiership.
The problem with this biography is that it presumes that the reader has read and remembered Rowse's marvellous autobiography, A Cornishman at Oxford.
The key figure was Charles Geach, who was a Cornishman who worked for the Bank of England in Birmingham.
The tall Cornishman was despatched through midoff by Rudolph who then cut Raine for four, whilst Rees also unfurled a rasping straight drive against Shreck.
And after a recent upturn in form, the Cornishman is hoping to raise his game for the big occasion to lead the side to glory.
The BBC television series The Genius of Invention, broadcast last month, rightly acclaimed the Cornishman for making the vital breakthrough - first in developing high-pressure steam engines and then in giving the world steam locomotives.