If these bits of pasteboard had been beautiful pictures, or had had a hundred yards of Malines
lace rolled round them, worth twice the number of guineas, Becky could not have regarded them with more pleasure.
Dishes will include hand peeled shrimp with white asparagus from Malines
, Jura wine emulsion, morels, comte cheese and chervil, as well as Sole 'from our Coast' with oyster, verbena, yuzu mouseline and soya beans.
Posted to the Belgian town of Malines
, 24-year-old Eileen Younghusband was part of a team tracking the launch sites of the V2 rockets aimed at the port of Antwerp.
Arriving back in Malines
, she was ordered to rest by her RAF medical officer, who handed her a sleeping pill and insisted she sleep just as the party was gearing up.
The former hotelier and author, who was 23 at the time, said: "I was in Malines
when the car drew up.
One area which offered to take refugees was Birkenhead, with 52 - some 37 adults and 15 children belonging to a total of 15 families from the Malines
area - arriving in the town at the beginning of October, most of them with nothing more than the clothes they stood up in.
When Margaret of Austria, Regent of Flanders, sent Admiral Philip from her court at Malines
(or Mechelen in Flemish) as an envoy to Pope Julius IT in Rome, he took Mabuse with him.
The Netherlands had a pivotal effect on Cranach when he sojourned at Margaret of Austria's Burgundian-Hapsburg court in Malines
a-thrill with recent memories of Louvain and Malines
, of Rheims and Ypres,--and of the Lusitania.
Owner Granville Reynolds purchased James Pollard only seven weeks ago and it proved third time lucky in his colours as the five-year-old under Andrew Heffernan stretched away from Josephine Malines
to land the apprentice handicap.
65) The series of Malines
documents are of particular interest.
The second issue includes a report on living conditions from the analysis of cesspits excavated at the late medieval prison of Malines
in Belgium (Troubleyn et al.