Hallam


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Hal•lam

(ˈhæl əm)

n.
Henry, 1777–1859, English historian.
References in classic literature ?
In 1833 his warm friend Arthur Hallam, a young man of extraordinary promise, who was engaged, moreover, to one of Tennyson's sisters, died suddenly without warning.
David Hallam, who represented Shropshire, Herefordshire and Wyre Forest for Labour for several years in the 1990s, is the unlikely influence behind the hymn called Every Day in Every Place.
1) The late ceramicist Michael Hallam was a man who epitomised this sense of play as analysed by both writers cited above.
RUNCORN T 1 HALLAM 2 TOWN were knocked out of the FA Vase by their visitors from Sheffield.
Stephen Hallam, 62, was found near Runcorn, Cheshire, early on Thursday.
18 -- Sheffield Hallam, one of the UK's largest universities, is offering twoscholarships to high-achieving students hoping to improve their professional and managerial skills in finance and project management.
But new chairman Graeme Hallam insists the club is moving in the right direction - on and off the pitch.
A $40 million upgrade to Hallam Rd in Hampton Park just needs the final touches, with Minister for Roads and Road Safety Luke Donnellan and Member for Narre Warren South Judith Graley visiting the site today.
AFC EMLEY returned to winning ways with a 1-0 victory away at Hallam FC in Division I of the Northern Counties East League.
Peter Hallam, 50, stamped on her as she lay on the floor, then threatened her with a screwdriver, Caernarfon crown court heard.
JUST a few months ago, Hallam Amos would stand before his friends at Monmouth School on a Monday morning delivering the weekly notices in his role as head of school.