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abbr. Latin
quae vide (which [things] see)
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One dictionary glosses turde 'have the necessary courage, not be afraid to do something' and vove 'risk, venture, allow oneself to do something' (ODS, qq.v.).
Born 12/9/1922; joint-deputy senior steward 1970-71; brother of Sir Nicholas Beaumont, father of Wentworth Beaumont (qq.v.); land & art collection worth pounds 27 million
From 1916 she edited Wheels, an annual anthology that printed light - hearted, experimental, near - nonsense poems by herself, by her brothers, Osbert and Sacheverell (qq.v.), and by other writers.