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Osmund (Redmayne) is a monk who has broken his vow of celibacy with villager Averill (Nixon).
He enlists a novice monk, Osmund (Eddie Redmayne) to lead him and his band of mercenaries to the marshland.
A young monk called Osmund (Eddie Redmayne) is asked to be a guide for a fearsome knight called Ulric (Sean Bean) and his small group of mercenaries.
Osmund is conflicted about the quest - while he believes in God, he also cannot bear to let the people he loves fall victim to the deadly Black Plague.
In 1931, Sir Clough bought the Victorian castellated mansion Castell Deudraeth from his uncle, Sir Osmund Williams.
Besides the noise being made by kids, there were also complains about a PE teacher's booming voice and the sound of football games at SS Osmund and Andrew's Primary in Bolton.
Osmund Bopearachchi convincingly argues for the use of the Hellenistic mixed-media acrolithic technique in the case of a splendid Gandharan sculpture, in which marble was used for the head, and the section of torso and arms, while other materials such as wood, clay, and textiles would have been used to create the remainder of a monumental image.
Production values make for an incredibly polished film, though co-writer and editor Jesper Osmund probably has more work ahead.
Osmund plans to capture the castle and steal Igraine's magic singing books just as her parents mistakenly turn themselves into pigs.
Strickland with Richard Eppley, Osmund Holm-Hansen, A.
It soon becomes apparent that they are going to need help to ward off evil Osmund the Greedy, a.
It was paid for with a cash donation by Emma Osmund and Martha Flynt who both lived in Allesley, Coventry.
24) For the nature of dialectic in the Middle Ages and its sources in Greek philosophy, see Osmund Lewry, "Dialectic," Dictionary of the Middle Ages (New York: Scribners, 1984), 4:168-71.
22) 'Weeks' was the modeller Osmund Weeks, who specialised in gesso decoration, and who had assisted Walter Crane at Combe Bank, near Sevenoaks from 1879 to 1881.