Tudor


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United States dancer and choreographer (born in England) (1909-1987)

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a member of the dynasty that ruled England

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Tudor asked, releasing the sailor's hand and leaning eagerly forward.
He and I were the two survivors of the wreck of the Huahine," Tudor explained to the others.
He saved my life, the beggar," Tudor explained, as the Tahitian strode away and with heavy softness of foot went down the steps.
And thereat, solicited by Joan, Tudor narrated the wreck of the Huahine; while Sheldon smoked and pondered, and decided that whatever the man's shortcomings were, he was at least not a liar.
Set as an extended half term homework, pupils were invited to choose an aspect of Tudor life and produce a research based project.
VISITORS to Speke Hall took a step back in history to experience life in Tudor times.
IT WAS the birthplace of Henry VII and the Tudor Dynasty - and architectural gems from this pivotal age litter Pembrokeshire's landscape today.
According to Cliff Davies, his research indicted that the term "Tudor" was barely ever used during the time of Tudor monarchs.
Tudor Wines, a highly-praised boutique maker of California pinot noirs is joining with a handful of other top-flight winemakers to embrace a technology-driven solution to guarantee for loyal customers the authenticity of their wines.
A professor emerita at the University of New Mexico and a former dancer with the Metropolitan Opera Ballet Company (under Antony Tudor), Chazin-Bennahum is the author of the award-winning The Ballets of Antony Tudor and the soon-to-be-released Rene Blum and the Ballets Russes.
FRANKEL'S trainer Henry Cecil was four years old when Tudor Minstrel landed the 2,000 Guineas by further than Saturday's six-length winner managed, and it is not inconceivable that Cecil's pondering on the Derby will include what happened in 1947.
The families, including Sharon Mills, whose son Mason Jones died after eating infected meat at Deri Primary School, claim butcher William Tudor effectively "got away" with causing the world's sixth largest E.
Craig Anthony Rodham, 20, was warned he could have killed David Edward Tudor, 48, in the prolonged unprovoked attack.
Our winner will also enjoy an overnight stay with dinner and breakfast at the luxurious Tudor Thornbury Castle, once home to Henry VIII, in the amazing new Tower Room - with the UK's biggest bed.
Writing the other; humanism versus barbarism in Tudor England.