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Greville

(ˈɡrɛvɪl)
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(Biography) Fulke (fʊlk), 1st Baron Brooke. 1554–1628, English poet, writer, politician, and diplomat: Chancellor of the Exchequer (1614–22); author of The Life of the Renowned Sir Philip Sidney (1652)
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P Maloney; C Shaw (D Egerton T Doyle MOTM, T Gallagher (N O'Brien 55); A Craig, P Greville, S Power; C Boyle (0-1), G Greville; A Devine (0-9, 6f), A Clarke (0-2), N Mitchell (J Boyle 66); K Doyle (1-3) (J Galvin 67), D McNicholas (0-1), R Greville (0-2).
THE family of Greville Janner wants the public inquiry into child abuse to delay its investigation into the late Labour peer.
Greville Janner, who is on bail, was excused from attending the Old Bailey.
16-1 Owner Waldemar Zeitelhack Trainer Theo Grieper Jockey Greville Starkey Distances 3l, 21/2l IT HAS become part of Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe folklore that Greville Starkey was so convinced Star Appeal had no chance in the 1975 renewal that he indulged in a big lunch before arriving at the track.
REIGNING Welsh Girls Champion Ella Griffiths will win her first senior cap at the Ladies Home Internationals next month - with Nia Greville also set to make her bow.
Now, another contender has had his Elizabethan hat thrown into the ring: Fulke Greville.
But, in 2007, an "exhaustive work" Masters Of Shakespeare, author AWL Saunders compared the life and writings of Greville and Shakespeare in 177 individual profiles, concluding that the "chances of two men matching the same profile" in Stratford, then having a population of just 600 adult males, was "minute".
GREVILLE Janner was a company director days before he was spared prosecution over child abuse allegations - because of dementia.
Contractor address : Greville Court, 2a Greville Road, Southville
Parading in front of Brigadier Greville Bibby, head of the army in the North East, and Newcastle-born Lt General Robin Brims, who led British operations in Iraq, the cadets were awarded the cap star of local regiment e Coldstream Guards.
South Wales' Nia Greville clinched the national title to round off a perfect week which included qualifying for the matchplay stages as the number one seed.
5, Williams and Ella Griffiths and Megan Lockett and Jess Evans winning their foursomes, while Nia Greville and Evans won their singles and Griffiths halved.