Blackmore


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Blackmore

(ˈblækˌmɔː)
n
(Biography) R(ichard) D(oddridge). 1825–1900, English novelist; author of Lorna Doone (1869)
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The ascent was gradual on this side, and the soil and scenery differed much from those within Blackmore Vale.
Cramp from Mudbury, over with Sir Pitt about putting John Blackmore in gaol-- Mr.
Blackmore, Kotzebue, or Pollok may endure for a night, but Moses and Homer stand for ever.
Among those to be awarded a medal was Eunice Blackmore, 89, who has served for more than 40 years.
Astounded Mrs Blackmore, of Newport, says: "I was astounded to be presented with a long service medal.
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Jay Inslee named Laura Blackmore the new executive director of the Puget Sound Partnership.
The UK has produced some influential guitarists over the years but few have had the worldwide success or influence of Ritchie Blackmore.
SENSATIONAL Rachael Blackmore made her Cheltenham Festival breakthrough when 5/1 favourite A Plus Tard bolted-up in the Close Brothers Novice Handicap Chase on an amazing first day of the 2019 meeting.
THOSE who know Steve 'Wally' Blackmore well would not have been surprised when he dashed out of a Cardiff pub one Sunday afternoon last November.
<B Former Wales prop Steve Blackmore, who is battling an aggressive brain tumour <B PICTURES: Richard Swingler