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Nottingham

middle class Anglican family near Nottingham, with an industrial background in the Midlands (English Midlands). He was educated at Winchester College, and New College, Oxford. He was an accomplished flautist, and later was much involved in musical collaboration, as a librettist. Appleby Castle (Appleby-in-Westmorland) surrendered to the Scots on 31 July, whereat Lambert, who was still hanging on to the flank of the Scottish advance, fell back from Barnard Castle to Richmond (Richmond, North Yorkshire) so as to close Wensleydale against any attempt of the invaders to march on Pontefract. All the restless energy of Langdale's horse was unable to dislodge Lambert from the passes or to find out what was behind that impenetrable cavalry screen. The crisis was now at hand. Cromwell had received the surrender of Pembroke Castle on 11 July, and had marched off, with his men unpaid, ragged and shoeless, at full speed through the Midlands. Rains and storms delayed his march, but he knew that the Duke of Hamilton in the broken ground of Westmorland was still worse off. Shoes from Northampton and stockings from Coventry met him, at Nottingham, and, gathering up the local levies as he went, he made for Doncaster, where he arrived on 8 August, having gained six days in advance of the time he had allowed himself for the march. He then called up artillery from Hull (Kingston upon Hull), exchanged his local levies for the regulars who were besieging Pontefract, and set off to meet Lambert. On 12 August he was at Wetherby, Lambert with horse and foot at Otley, Langdale at Skipton and Gargrave, Hamilton at Lancaster (Lancaster, England), and Sir George Monro (George Munro, 1st of Newmore) with the Scots from Ulster and the Carlisle Royalists (organized as a separate command owing to friction between Monro and the generals of the main army) at Hornby Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Nottinghamshire Nottingham Commons:Category:Nottingham


Buenos Aires

; Rice then heard a radio play about Eva Duarte de Perón and approached Lloyd Webber with an idea for a musical collaboration based on her life. The more Rice investigated Eva Perón, going so far as to travel to Buenos Aires to research her life, with many documents and contacts that Pasini had supplied, the more fascinated he became by the woman; he even named his first daughter after her. The idea of writing a score including tango (Tango (dance))s, paso dobles, and similar Latin (Latino) flavours intrigued Lloyd Webber, but he ultimately rejected the idea. Lloyd Webber decided instead to collaborate with Alan Ayckbourn on ''Jeeves (By Jeeves)'', a traditional Rodgers and Hart-style musical based on the P.G. Wodehouse character, which proved to be a critical and commercial failure. Citron, pp.191-97 birth_date Commons:Category:Buenos Aires Wikipedia:Buenos Aires Dmoz:Regional South America Argentina Provinces Buenos Aires City


Morocco

Criminal Police Organization , and various states, provinces, and local administrative regions have their own systems, which are used for a variety of purposes, including criminal identification, applicant background checks, receipt of benefits, and receipt of credentials (such as passports). Also in 1994, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page had rejoined in musical collaboration as Page and Plant. On 25 August and 26 (26 August), live performances were taped in London, Wales


Tokyo

to Fukuoka (Fukuoka, Fukuoka). The market was flooded, but this was considered acceptable, as there were no professional team sports challenging baseball's popularity. Watt also worked on two other projects during this time period: Funanori, a musical collaboration with Kaori Tsuchida, guitarist of The Go! Team, on shamisen and other instruments, and Pelicanman (named after the closing track on ''The Secondman's Middle Stand'') with Petra Haden.


Romania

to the theater where Benny performed, sitting in the front row and making sure not to laugh. Benny said later it drove him nuts that he couldn't get the four girls to laugh at anything. Soon afterwards, he started a musical collaboration with Romina Power (daughter of the American actor Tyrone Power), whom he married in 1970. After their marriage, they recorded ''Storia di due innamorati''. They sang as the duo Al Bano & Romina Power (Al Bano and Romina Power) for almost thirty years


Wales

of Port Talbot Steel works, with Main Pumphouse, cooling tower and water storage towers in the background"); Brocket Hall, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, England; Gaddesden Place, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, England; Lee International Studios, Shepperton, Surrey, England; and London, England. Also in 1994, Robert Plant and Jimmy Page had rejoined in musical collaboration as Page and Plant. On 25 August and 26 August 26


Portugal

Second Division Second and Third Division (Portuguese Third Division), the Cup of Portugal, the Portuguese SuperCup (SuperCup Cândido de Oliveira), youth levels, women's football, beach soccer, futsal, and also the men's (Portugal national football team) and the women's national football teams (Portugal women's national football team). It is based in the capital city of Lisbon. In 2001, Moynihan released a musical collaboration with French artist Les Joyaux De La


Norway

) is a Norwegian (Norway) hard rock and heavy metal (Heavy metal music) singer who has sold over 2 million records worldwide. He is probably best known for also being the lead singer of the power metal band Masterplan (Masterplan (band)). '''Ark''' is a progressive metal band from Norway resulting from the friendship and musical collaboration of guitarist Tore Østby (Conception (Conception (band)), DC Cooper (D. C. Cooper), Frankie's Playground, Redrum) and drummer John


India

; In 2002 he worked with Indian composer A. R. Rahman on the musical ''Bombay Dreams''. In 2004, Black's second musical collaboration with Hampton, Frank Wildhorn's Dracula, the musical (Dracula, the Musical (Wildhorn)), debuted on Broadway. He also collaborated with John Barry once more, on the musical ''Brighton Rock''. Based on the Graham Greene novel (Brighton Rock (novel)), it debuted at the Almeida Theatre, London, in 2004. In 2006, Black created the lyrics for the musical


Australia

; ref and Pat Rafter, and the service is advertised on many phone boxes throughout Australia. "'''Crazy'''" is the debut single (single (music)) from Gnarls Barkley, a musical collaboration between Danger Mouse and Cee Lo Green, and is taken from their 2006 debut album ''St. Elsewhere (St. Elsewhere (album))''. It became a top ten hit throughout Europe, North America and Australia, in the first half of 2006, reaching number one of the single


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