Rugbeian

Rugbeian

(ˈrʌɡbɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to Rugby School
n
(Placename) a person educated at Rugby School
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An Old Rugbeian just like his father, Appleby's daughter Suzie won 65 England caps in a family where rugby underpins all action.
However, while noting that it is "almost beyond dispute" that this account of the battle of Epipolae is the "ultimate source," Paul Turner argues that there may be "grounds, perhaps, for believing that the source was not drawn upon by Matthew Arnold directly," but that he came to it via The Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolich, a poem by his friend and fellow Rugbeian, Arthur Hugh Clough.
The reverence accorded to Arnold is reflected in the most famous of English novels about schooldays, Tom Brown's Schooldays, written by Old Rugbeian Thomas Hughes.
THESE are my recollections of mum's life as a Rugbeian, 1912-2004 DDOOWWNN MEEMOORYY LAANNEE IN my mother's early years, gas lamps lit the streets, Bicycles and horse-drawn carriages were the norm, Waltzing to a live band at the village hall was a treat, Where new relationships were born.
The statue and lectern where it stood were designed by old Rugbeian Charles Nicholson.
Earlier in the season, the hard-hitting Hawksley became the first Rugbeian for nearly a decade to be selected for the elite Foster Cup national senior singles event and reached the quarterfinals.
Sam Hawksley, 17, the first Rugbeian for nearly a decade to be selected for the elite Foster Cup senior singles championship, justified his place by winning his opening round against the powerful Malvern number one James Sheppard, after a dogged battle.
And Sam has become the first Rugbeian for nearly a decade to be selected for the elite Foster Cup senior singles championship, for the top 16 players in Britain.
Edith is related by marriage to Old Rugbeian Rupert Brooke - her late husband, Julian Hoare was a first cousin of the war poet.
e Tory party, which can count several Old Rugbeians amongst their former ministers, including a prime minister in Neville Chamberlain, are proposing legislation which will protect tenants who want to use the so-called "sharing economy" by letting spare rooms over the short term.