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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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Battle resumed in the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot where To-Agori-Mou beat Kings Lake by the same neck margin and Greville Starkey on the winner raised two fingers to the crowd as he crossed the line, which Eddery later wrote may have been directed at him.
It was a present from Sir Fulke Greville, a poet, courtier and Chancellor of the Exchequer, who was later made 1st Baron Brooke.
Curated by Greville Worthington, the exhibition will explore Walker's work beyond the pages of Vogue and Vanity Fair, showing his influences.
Now I'm not a man to speak ill of the dead, but I couldn't let the passing of Greville Starkey go without comment.
The 17th monument was built by Fulke Greville, a writer and contemporary of Shakespeare who some believe is the true author of several of the Bard's works.
In the League Cup semi-finals, Old Bill & Bull had a 5-4 win over Greville Arrows, with D Finney recording a 160 for Greville.
The event, which was organised and compered by Greville Edwards and supported by Event-masters and Highgate Brewery, also welcomed comedian Jimmy Bright.
Off the field they have managed to get together grant money from a variety of sources to the tune of pounds 750,000 - which will go a long way to rejuvenating the scene at the Upper Park and no doubt establish an unrivalled community focus for the region"We are obviously very excited at the developments that have already started," said club development officer Peter Greville.
Critics have never known quite what to make of Fulke Greville's A Dedication to Sir Philip Sidney, (1) originally published in 1652 as A Life of Sir Philip Sidney.
Meanwhile, a combined Prenton/ Parkonians veterans XV defeated Park's old boys 48-25 on Sunday, in a memorial game in honour of Harold Beckett and David Greville.
Cork led by 0-4 to 0-1 at half time and moved five clear thanks to points from Caroline Sugrue, Keeva McCarthy, Kate Wall and Katelyn Hickey, with Pamela Greville netting to give Westmeath late hope.
Even though the public had been "unjustifiably sceptical" over the case he said they still had a "right to know" how he came to his decision about Lord Janner, who was born Greville Ewan Janner in Cardiff but spent his political career as an MP in Leicestershire,.