marquess


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nobleman (in various countries) ranking above a count

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a British peer ranking below a duke and above an earl

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Mr Morris said the palace had been in touch with the Marquess to ask whether he knew anyone who could help Prince Charles with his Welsh, and his uncle had been recommended for the task.
The Marquess, who inherited his title at 19, is the brother of glamorous socialite Lady Victoria Hervey.
Marquess is the son of Roy and JoAnn Marquess of Nokomis.
Built in 1817 to commemorate Henry William Paget, the first Marquess of Anglesey, for the part he played at the Battle of Waterloo, its condition has steadily deteriorated.
Lady Beth Douglas, 18, was the youngest daughter of the 12th Marquess of Queensberry, Lord David, whose family seat is Kinmount House in Dumfriesshire.
The Case of the Missing Marquess: An Enola Holmes Mystery is a full-color, hardcover graphic novel featuring Enola Holmes, the younger sister of celebrated detective Sherlock Holmes.
Wallace's life--his illegitimate birth, extraordinary inheritance, and personal tragedy--was the stuff of a Victorian novel (the dissolute 3rd Marquess of Hertford, the man who may well have been his grandfather, was the inspiration for the sinister Lord Steyne in Vanity Fair and Lord Monmouth in Coningsby, a novel by Benjamin Disraeli).
For those looking for extra protection beyond soap and water, Marquess recommends using the top pharmacist-recommended antibacterial soap.
She said the Marquess gave the castle over for "a number of different reasons".
Mark Marquess is looking for one last postseason run.
The book, considered one of the most sought after in the world, has languished in the library of Mount Stuart House on the Isle of Bute in Scotland, once home to the Marquess of Bute, for more than 100 years.
With No 61994, The Great Marquess, leading, tender first, and K1 No 62005 at the back, their small train went through Middlesbrough, Stockton - where it reversed - and Eaglescliffe yesterday afternoon before heading to York.