Casson


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Casson

(ˈkæsən)
n
(Biography) Sir Hugh (Maxwell). 1910–99, British architect; president of the Royal Academy of Arts (1976–84)
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Casson, the landlord, had been for some time standing at the door with his hands in his pockets, balancing himself on his heels and toes and looking towards a piece of unenclosed ground, with a maple in the middle of it, which he knew to be the destination of certain grave- looking men and women whom he had observed passing at intervals.
Casson's person was by no means of that common type which can be allowed to pass without description.
Casson, in a treble and wheezy voice, with a slightly mincing accent.
Well, Mester Casson," he continued, as that personage sauntered up towards the group of men, "how are ye t' naight?
Casson, with some dignity; "Poyser wouldn't like to hear as his wife's niece was treated any ways disrespectful, for all he mayn't be fond of her taking on herself to preach."
Casson. "This woman's kin wouldn't like her to demean herself to a common carpenter."
I opened this book with mixed feelings; one part of me delighted to have a new Casson family story but one part apprehensive about the concept of a prequel to a book, Saffy's Angel, which seems to need no such introduction.
A judge at Warwick Crown Court also imposed a restraining order banning Stephen Casson from contacting his father, his grandmother or his now exgirlfriend.
DESCRIBED BY DAVID LEACH AS "A VERITABLE GURU" (1) and by Ian Auld as "looking like a medieval monk", (2) Michael Casson was a charismatic and central figure in British studio pottery during the post-war period.
John Casson, an independent researcher and psychotherapist, has found Shakespeare's first published poem the Phaeton sonnet, his first comedy Mucedorus, and his first tragedies Locrine and Arden of Faversham.
While participating in World War II's D-Day landing, Casson's commander was killed upon reaching Omaha Beach.
Seth Austin Casson, 33, was conscious when emergency workers reached him.