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had two sons and a daughter. thePeerage.com - Main Page The couple separated in 1991. Their divorce was finalized in 1992; the same year Black married Watford-born journalist Barbara Amiel. Black flattered Amiel, describing her variously as "beautiful, brilliant, ideologically a robust spirit" and "chic, humorous and preternaturally sexy." Courtroom evidence revealed that the couple exchanged over 11,000 emails. In a February, 2011, public Valentine greeting, Black wrote: “I have been persecuted and Barbara was under no obligation to share fully in the life-enhancing and undoubtedly character-building experience of sharing that fate with me completely. But she has, and no one can know, and it is beyond my power adequately to express here, what her constancy has meant to me. For more than four years before I was sent to prison, she toiled with me against the heavy odds generated by the legal and media onslaught. She endured an avalanche of abuse directed at her (although she wasn’t accused of anything) as extravagant, flakey, apt to bolt, domineering, and what Kafka called 'nameless crimes.' For the next 29 months, she led a lonely life in Florida, in a climate that aggravated her medical problems. And once or twice every week, she got up at 3 a.m. to drive over four hours to see me.” "Nineteen years with my perfect Valentine", ''National Post,'' February 12, 2011 32.0 32.9 Watford (M1 (M1 motorway)) Heathrow Airport (M4 (M4 motorway)) (M3 (M3 motorway), M23 (M23 motorway), M11 (M11 motorway)) M25 (M25 motorway) J1a thumb left Baker Street roundel (File:Baker Street tube roundel.jpg) Baker Street station was opened by the MR on 10 January 1863 (these platforms are now served by the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines). On 13 April 1868, the MR opened the first section of Metropolitan and St John's Wood Railway as a branch from its existing route. This line, serving the open-air platforms, was steadily extended to Willesden Green (Willesden Green tube station) and northwards, finally reaching Aylesbury Town (Aylesbury railway station) and Verney Junction (Verney Junction railway station) (some 50 miles 80 km from Baker Street) in 1892. The MR station mainly competed for traffic with Euston (Euston railway station), where the LNWR provided local services to Middlesex and Watford, and later with Marylebone (Marylebone station), where the GCR (Great Central Railway) provided expresses to Aylesbury and beyond on the same line. death_date Wikipedia:Watford Commons:Category:Watford DMOZ:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Hertfordshire Watford


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