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Bakewell

(ˈbeɪkwɛl)
n
(Biography) Robert. 1725–95, English agriculturist; radically improved livestock breeding, esp of cattle and sheep
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Nevertheless I cannot doubt that this process, continued during centuries, would improve and modify any breed, in the same way as Bakewell, Collins,
She wished him to know that she had been assured of his absence before she came to the place, and accordingly began by observing, that his arrival had been very unexpected-- "for your housekeeper," she added, "informed us that you would certainly not be here till to-morrow; and indeed, before we left Bakewell, we understood that you were not immediately expected in the country.
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Joan Bakewell is one of the nation's best-known writers and broadcasters and has a remarkable track record in campaigning journalism, for which she was made a baroness in 2011.
Joan Bakewell and her Primrose Hill home During all this time she has lived in the same house in Primrose Hill, north of central London, which she bought in 1963 when the area was a dingy bohemian neighbourhood and not the celebrity enclave it has become.
A Robert Bakewell B Joan Bakewell C Thomas Bakewell D Rachel Bakewell
Thornbridge Tart Bakewell Sour, 6% ABV, 330ml bottle, Tesco THE Thornbridge Brewery was founded in Thornbridge Hall in 2005 and in 2009 moved to a new site alongside the River Wye in Bakewell, Derbyshire.
What Sarah Bakewell has produced is a book on existentialists and existentialism that cuts through our jadedness, our I'm-not-worthy awe, and our collective inferiority complex about the lofty, superhuman intellectual heights that we assume these thinkers must have occupied.
William Bakewell had already lived a life full of adventure by the time he signed on with Shackleton's expedition in 1914.
At the Existentialist Cafe: Freedom, Being and Apricot Cocktails, by Sarah Bakewell.
In this thorough, conversational history, British biographer Sarah Bakewell strives to define (sort of) the philosophy of existentialism, give it context, describe its characters and their ideas, and explain why these ideas are important, both to the world and the author.