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 (so͞o′əl), Anna 1820-1878.
British writer of the children's classic Black Beauty (1877).

Sewell

(ˈsuːəl)
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(Biography) Henry. 1807–79, New Zealand statesman, born in England: first prime minister of New Zealand (1856)
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There were several passengers whom we knew, including Senator Sewell, of New Jersey, and Edward Marshall, the newspaper correspondent.
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JACKIE Sewell has passed away, leaving just two survivors from Villa's 1957 FA Cup final triumph.
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Apple General Counsel Bruce Sewell on Tuesday said the FBI's decision to get a court order compelling the iPhone maker to build a so-called backdoor into one of its devices "cut off the debate" on encryption technology.
Trevor Sewell, 38, of Kenton's Montagu Estate, left a crow bar, his hat and a bag of jewellery behind when he ransacked a house in Gosforth last November.
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BRITAIN'S leading and most outspoken art critic Brian Sewell died yesterday aged 84 after battling cancer.
Teesside Magistrates' Court was told that prior to the Boro-Leeds United match on February 21 this year, Nicholas Sewell, 23, had been out drinking at Kalinka bar in Middlesbrough town centre, close to the train station, where he was seen to be provoking Leeds fans and acting in an anti-social manner.
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Grahame William Sewell, 57, from Cumbria was staying with his son Michael Sewell on October 28 last year.
The inquests into the 96 deaths at the stadium heard former chief constable of Merseyside Police Norman Bettison had asked for four officers, including Stephen Sewell, to be interviewed about evidence they gave to the Taylor inquiry.