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n.1.A bordar; a tenant in bordage.
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M Bordman, discharge of condition 6 (floor levels) on previous permission
Traditionally, for example, the 1910s "Princess Musicals"--so called because they were produced at the Princess Theatre--have been discussed by historians like Bordman as landmark shows that "brought American musical comedy into the twentieth century" (American Musical Comedy, p.
OSSETT TOWN: Dixon, Hepworth, Jeff, Wood, Armstrong (Holt), Merris, Ovington, Patterson, Bordman, Wood (O'Neill), Curtis (Whiteley).
The rule gets them writing, but how much and what the campers writes, Bordman explains, is up to the campers themselves.
Kyle Parker, Carl Bordman, Leon Chambers and a hat-trick from Tiago Goncalbes secured all three points for Splott following their 6-1 win over Pentyrch.
Gerald Bordman comments that the music was "less strident and more infectiously rhythmic than some other Black musicals of the season.
According to Pausch, "The uniqueness of this otherwise unidentified jumble of American costume was immediately confirmed by experts such as Helen Johnson, Richard Green, and Gerald Bordman.
Pittsburgh Press, September 14, 1967, 45; Sid Bordman, "Team Leaders Bear Down From Start to Finish" Baseball Digest, December 1977, 33 Nearly a year later, when asked about this meeting, Wills replied: "That meeting I can't touch with a ten foot pole.
On revivals) Gerald Bordman, The Oxford Companion to American Theatre (New York: Oxford University Press, 1984), 200-1; Don B.
There is no reference to anything resembling either Catullus's particular lines or the 'shoe my foot' stanzas in Stith Thompson's Motif-Index of Folk-Literature or in other motif indexes such as Gerald Martin Bordman, Motif-Index of the English Metrical Romances, FF Communications, 190 (Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, 1963); Tom Peete Cross, Motif-Index of Early Irish Literature (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1952); Natascha Wurzbach and Simone M.
Bordman to submit to a further examination before trial at which he should be made to answer a line of questions that he was instructed not to answerby his counsel.
We lost almost 18% of the vines along McNab Creek," according to vineyard manager Chad Bordman.