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English writer and historian

Englishman and Whig statesman who (under George I) was effectively the first British prime minister (1676-1745)

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Trade body Walpole, which counts more than 250 UK brands in its membership, unveiled the full list at a prestigious event in London.
Police in Walpole, Massachusetts, were looking for a man who allegedly attacked his mother with a meat tenderizer Wednesday night.
The closest set was when Piggott scored a narrow victory over Mark Walpole. Walpole led by two games to one before Piggott won the fourth at 11-8 and the decider at 12-10.
The 21-year-old victim was shot after being approached by two men while sitting in a car on Walpole Road on Monday evening.
Horace Walpole acquired Strawberry Hill in 1747 and over the next 40 years he transformed it into one of the most famous examples of Gothic Revival, filling it with an impressive collection of artworks ranging from pictures, by artists such as Van Dyck and Holbein, to objets d'art of every period and style.
Gregg Tewksbury, president and CEO of Savings Bank of Walpole, has been named to succeed Laverack in the jobs.
After a rough outing and a medical scare to a key player last week, Metea Valley coach Matt Walpole wondered how his team would respond when Glenbard West came to town for a nonconference visit Tuesday.
Originally three houses, Number 10 was offered to Sir Robert Walpole by King George II in 1732.
I am afraid, however, that the implausibly high-minded interpretations, which work to divert from the irrepressible frivolity of Horace Walpole's work, ultimately run the risk of incurring the critical judgment of frivolity upon themselves.
Protestors at Walpole Island First Nation along the St.
All in all, progress at the site has been smooth, according to Pearse Walpole, projects manager at ALEC.
Walpole Capital, a venture capital firm based in London, has said that its board of directors has named Harjeev Kandhari as its non-executive chairman.
The AOP's head of membership, Louise Walpole, told OT: "As the leading representative organisation in the UK for optometrists, the AOP represents the needs and interests of our practising and student members.
Sharon Walpole, chief executive of Walpole Media Group, Beverley Nielsen, director of corporate affairs at Birmingham City University, Jo Stroud, owner of designer jewellery retailer Fabulous, and Sharon Redrobe, chief executive at Twycross Zoo, are among the finalists in the nationwide Businesswomen of the Year award.