Edwardian


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someone belonging to (or as if belonging to) the era of Edward VII

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These events have proved so popular that museum bosses have now launched Edwardian Tearooms Lates, an annual programme of special evening events.
An Edwardian travelling sideshow, a demonstration of life as a peasant and period music will be performing alongside the vintage steam locomotives.
Bjorken-Nyberg builds on extensive interdisciplinary scholarship to historicize and situate her claims about sound: she cites Phyllis Weliver's and John Picker's work on Victorian music and sound culture to demonstrate how the player piano affected Edwardian views, situates her own philosophy on the role of the mechanization of art alongside new media critics Tim Armstrong and Ivan Raykoff, and invokes Jacques Attali and Susan McClary in her consideration of the politics of the music the player piano produced.
8m to spare on a stunning Edwardian property, this beautiful home in Lisvane could be yours.
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Y BRYN is an imposing three storey Edwardian property dating back to 1910.
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The Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group has announced the upcoming conversion of 13 London and Manchester properties under the Edwardian Group into Radisson Blu hotels.
9m refurbishment than a musical comedy set in an Edwardian music hall.
Mr Letsch, from Clubmoor, worked on the Burrell steam engine during his 25 years with the large objects collection, and his employers made the 1911 Edwardian machine available to his family.
DRESSED in rags and pinnies, these children turned back the clock to experience life in an Edwardian school.
of London, UK) present 11 papers from a conference held on the centenary of the launching of the Dreadnought for the purpose of bridging gaps between naval history and other sub-disciplines of history in consideration of the ship's importance to the Edwardian age.
It's a simpler style than the frillier Edwardian stuff.
The victims, both aged 20, worked at the Radisson Edwardian Heathrow Hotel.