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a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles

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Britland argued insurance payouts were too small to be a motive, but the lack of mice in her house damned her.
Discussion ensued as to what to do with the bodies of Brooks, Britland and Wortley.
Major and his fellow authors, Eleanor Collins, Victoria Bancroft, David Roberts, Karen Britland, Marcus Nevitt, J.
Britland, "Greenbottle (Lucilia sericata) larval secretions delivered from a prototype hydrogel wound dressing accelerate the closure of model wounds," Biotechnology Progress, vol.
The primary text includes the following essays: Eleanor Collins, "From Court to Cockpit: The Prisoners and Claricilla in Repertory" (21-44); Victoria Bancroft, "Tradition and Innovation in The Parson's Wedding" (45-62); David Roberts, "Thomas Killigrew, Theatre Manager" (63-90); Karen Britland, "Henry Killigrew and Dramatic Patronage at the Stuart Courts" (91-112); Marcus Nevitt, "Thomas Killigrew's Thomaso as Two-Part Comedy" (113-32); J.P.
277-304; Erica Veevers, Images of Love and Religion: Queen Henrietta Maria and Court Entertainments, Cambridge, 1989; Karen Britland, Drama at the Courts of Queen Henrietta Maria, Cambridge, 2006; and Graham Parry, The Golden Age Restor'd: The Culture of the Stuart Court, 1603-42, Manchester, 1981, pp.
Karen Britland suggests that Tempe Restored's singer Mistress Shepherd was a dwarf, the young Anne Sheppard; see her Drama at the Courts of Queen Henrietta Maria (Cambridge, 2006), 96-8.
MARRIED Mary Britland's attraction to neighbour Thomas Dixon was to prove fatal for three people and, ultimately, herself.
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).
Drama at the Courts of Queen Henrietta Maria, by Karen Britland. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
Karen Britland. Drama at the Courts of Henrietta Maria.
Anthony Britland, 46, was also placed on the sex offender's register for five years.