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(Biography) Thomas. ?1595–?1639, English Cavalier poet
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Thomas, 1598?–1639?, English poet.
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Noun1.Carew - Englishman and Cavalier poet whose lyric poetry was favored by Charles I (1595-1639)Carew - Englishman and Cavalier poet whose lyric poetry was favored by Charles I (1595-1639)
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It seems not too much to believe that many a time Walter and his brother Carew, wandered through the woods and over the common the two and a half miles to the bay.
Among the others Thomas Carew follows the classical principles of Jonson in lyrics which are facile, smooth, and sometimes a little frigid.
Night after night, as Policeman Carew testified on the stand, he did not leave the shop till one and two in the morning.
So our little wanderer went about setting up her tent in various cities of Europe, as restless as Ulysses or Bampfylde Moore Carew. Her taste for disrespectability grew more and more remarkable.
And it was Murphy who had beaten Gaulton's doubles partner, Alex Carew, in the singles quarterfinals.
Paul Carew was caught transporting [euro]191,160 in criminal proceeds in a van at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, West Dublin, on August 27, 2016.
Carew Cricket Club hit the headlines last month after declaring on 18-1 during their Pembroke County Cricket Club (PCCC) Division One title-decider with second-placed Cresselly.
FORMER Waterford Gaelic football manager and Kildare selector Niall Carew netted €170,000 on Sunday with successful €3 Lucky 15 and €5 accumulators.
Aston Villa's John Carew was named in the ditty A CHEEKY ditty about former Villa favourite John Carew has been voted a footy favourite.
JOHN CAREW is an awkward son of a gun - just ask Gerard Houllier, who fell out with him so spectacularly at Aston Villa.
ASTON VILLA V BLACKPOOL: Gerard Houllier insists outspoken Aston Villa striker John Carew has not played his last game for the midlands club.