Sherborne


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Sherborne

(ˈʃɛːbɔːn)
n
(Placename) a town in S England in Dorset: noted for its medieval abbey, ruined medieval castle, and Sherborne Castle, a mansion built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594. Pop: 9350 (2001)
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Dorrian missed the Sherborne clash, serving a one-match suspension after being booked five times this season.
A third man, aged 27, had a head injury as he walked in Sherborne Street.
In a preliminary hearing for the Leveson Inquiry, David Sherborne, who represents a group of "victims", asked for the two celebrities to be added to the list of Core Participants (CPs) in the first stage of the probe.
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Sherborne House, which features a mural by court painter Sir James Thornhill, has a Tudor wing built some time after 1570 but the principal building dates from 1720.
BEYOND the awe-inspiring faiade of their Sherborne House home, Tony Harrison and his family stroll around a lake-sized carp pond to the heated orangery.
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For the next year, they're in a brand new location: Sherborne, on National Trust land in the heart of Gloucestershire.
Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan, Martin Hughes-Games and newbie Gillian Burke, below, will present the show from Gloucestershire's 4,000-acre Sherborne Park Estate.
Sherborne Girls, Dorset Headteacher: Jenny Dwyer http://www.
Police using dogs and a helicopter launched a search for Sophie in the local area and her body was discovered in woods off Dancing Hill in Sherborne yesterday.