Arundel


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Arundel

(ˈærəndəl)
n
(Placename) a town in S England, in West Sussex: 11th-century castle. Pop: 3297 (2001)
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Gone were the Morris papers and gone the severe cretonnes, gone were the Arundel prints that had adorned the walls of her drawingroom in Ashley Gardens; the room blazed with fantastic colour, and I wondered if she knew that those varied hues, which fashion had imposed upon her, were due to the dreams of a poor painter in a South Sea island.
Weller; and having made his best bow, and put on his best clothes, Sam planted himself on the top of the Arundel coach, and journeyed on to Dorking.
The funeral pyre of Brighton is still blazing, and there is a very distant patch of scarlet in the western sky, which may mean trouble at Arundel or Chichester, possibly even at Portsmouth.
Anne Arundel County is keeping a growing tech company in the jurisdiction as the area around Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Fort George G.
a national and global systems integrator, is relocating its headquarters in Anne Arundel County and adding 100 new full-time jobs over the next five years to its local workforce.
Anne Arundel Community College reaches prospective non-English speaking students with traditional methods such as registration fairs and flyers.
Michael Arundel became a father aged 17 when his son, Mark Wright, was born in 1997.
12 July 2017 - US-based private equity real estate fund manager Noble Investment Group has acquired the dual-branded Aloft Arundel Mills and Element Arundel Mills hotels, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 12, 2017-Noble Investment Group Acquires Aloft Arundel Mills and Element Arundel Mills Hotels
com)-- GreenGive is a new, 24-hour online fundraising and engagement-building initiative for 11 water-focused, environmental non-profits in Anne Arundel County.
Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Thursday, Arundel pled guilty to embezzling PS53,652.