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the English royal house (a branch of the Plantagenet line) that reigned from 1461 to 1485

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Headley grew up in the 1950s in a village on the flat farmlands of the Vale of York, England. There was an abandoned airfield, left from the war that came right up to his back fence.
Hall said his interest in cider started more than a decade ago, while traveling in York, England with a group of brewers.
She first competed in a four-mile race in York, England in 1804.n In 1906 Lula Olive Gill became the first female jockey to win a horse race in California; later that same year, Ada Evans Dean rode her own horse to victory after her jockey had become ill.
York, England York, England, is highlighting its legacy in chocolate.
Chris Thomas, lead author of the latter study at the University of York, England, said he had published an update later in 2004 with a less severe extinction projection, broadly using techniques advocated in Wednesday's report.
in Literature and History from the University of York, England, and her Ph.D.
It was then she thought about how their mother, Ann Dunham, would jostle her awake wherever they were - in India or New York, England or Hawaii - to head outside so they could appreciate the moon.
Picture York, England, a town best known for being a chocolate-making city dating back to the 1700s.
An American ruined a centuries-old business based in York, England. Cadbury will go the same way.
"Hourly rates on their own are outdated and can be viewed as rewarding slow working practices," says Jonathan Mortimer, head of dispute resolution of Langleys Solicitors in York, England.
Engineers at Dialight Lumidrives, a maker of light emitting diode fixtures in York, England, have turned to a software application to help them quickly select heat sinks that fit within their specialized lighting fixtures.
of York, England) set himself the task of describing all the steps from the origin of creation, as scientists currently understand it, to the evolution of what he calls mankind, relying entirely on words and pictures and eschewing even a single scientific equation.
In 1185 in York, England, after six days of siege at the hands of local Christians, Rabbi Yom Tov Levy and his followers take their own lives in the tradition of Masada.
'At a global level," says Callum Roberts of the University of York, England, "fisheries are on a road to hell."
Filmed in York, England and Plettenberg, South Africa by Power, Muse and Moonlighting Films.
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