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Haydon

(ˈheɪdən)
n
(Biography) Benjamin (Robert). 1786–1846, British historical painter and art critic, best known for his Autobiography and Journals (1853)
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Hayward led them into a large, long room, dingily magnificent, with huge pictures on the walls of nude women: they were vast allegories of the school of Haydon; but smoke, gas, and the London atmosphere had given them a richness which made them look like old masters.
The bid for an overhaul of the buildings and outdoor facilities at Haydon Bridge High School is recommended for approval at next Tuesday's meeting of the county council's strategic planning committee.
Actress-model Lisa Haydon was widely trolled for sharing a picture of herself as she breastfed her son Zack last year, but she stands by it.
Haydon of Lancaster, Virginia has been honored as a Woman of Empowerment by P.O.W.E.R.
Firefighters, the air ambulance and the ambulance service's Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) were called to the road westof Haydon Bridgeat 11.30am on Saturday.
Commander Dean Haydon said the web played a big role in fuelling Darren Osborne's sudden hatred of Muslims.
The older Trump introduced his son to Haydon twice by mistake.
Allendale Medical Group and Haydon and Allen Valleys Medical Group, based nine miles away at Haydon Bridge, have revealed plans to merge with a letter sent to a council revealing both are under "significant financial threat."
Helen Haydon, a psychologist of the Queensland University of Technology Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety, told the Daily Telegraph that there has been a major generational shift.
Lawyers defending David Andrew Haydon, 26, told Cardiff Crown Court the victim's account of the alleged incident on a cycle track near Pontycymer, Bridgend, was "seriously flawed".