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Leighton

(ˈleɪtən)
n
(Biography) Frederic, 1st Baron Leighton of Stretton. 1830–96, British painter and sculptor of classical subjects: president of the Royal Academy (1878)
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Leighton a "sweet preacher," Helen - a "dear, delightful, heavenly-minded man"?'
Leighton for a few minutes, he suddenly produced his gold pencil-case and snatched up a Bible.
She had the small regular features, the blue eyes, and the broad low brow, which the Victorian painters, Lord Leighton, Alma Tadema, and a hundred others, induced the world they lived in to accept as a type of Greek beauty.
It touches the question of dimidiation or impalement in the coat of mine uncle, Sir John Leighton of Shropshire, who took unto wife the widow of Sir Henry Oglander of Nunwell.
Suppose Queen Victoria gave a dinner-party, and that the guests had been Leighton, Millais, Swinburne, Rossetti, Meredith, Fitzgerald, etc.
Here Leighton Academy, Minshull New Road, Crewe, CW1 3PP, is put into focus to show its scores in relation to other schools in the area.
Leighton Bennett saw off PDC pro "Rapid" Ricky Evans in the semi-finals.
JUST two years ago, teenager Leighton Alexander was fighting for his life after he fell more than 20ft down a cliff.
WHETHER it's sharing a birthday or looking up dates on which he's scored one of his trademark penalties...Evertonians don't really need an excuse to name their children after Leighton Baines.
FORMER Cabinet Minister Leighton Andrews has claimed that freedom of information requests submitted to Cardiff University represent an attempt to damage his reputation because of concerns he has raised about the treatment of Carl Sargeant.
David Leighton, 70, called the police when he was attacked by Eric Marcel Dethier, who had been drinking heavily.