Salopian
adjective or noun see Salop

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  • Salopian — n 1. a person from the English county of Shropshire. 2. a person from the town of Shrewsbury in Shropshire. 3. a pupil or former pupil of Shrewsbury School. ► Salopian adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • salopian — n. & adj. n. a native or inhabitant of Shropshire. adj. of or relating to Shropshire. Etymology: AF Salopesberia f. ME f. OE Scrobbesbyrig Shrewsbury * * * salopian, a.2 see saloop …   Useful english dictionary

  • Salopian — 1. noun /səˈləʊ.piː.ən/ a) A person from Shropshire b) A person from Shrewsbury 2. adjective /səˈləʊ.piː.ən/ a) of or from Shropshire b) of or from Shrewsbury …   Wiktionary

  • salopian — sa·lo·pi·an …   English syllables

  • Salopian Art Pottery — was a range of decorative earthenwares made by the Benthall Pottery at Benthall, Shropshire, England, between c.1880–c.1930. Pieces were marked with a variety of impressed and inscribed marks, the most frequent mark being SALOPIAN in upper case… …   Wikipedia

  • salopian ware — noun Usage: usually capitalized S 1. : Roman pottery found in Shropshire that is usually made of red or white clay 2. : a modern somewhat coarse and opaque porcelaneous Shropshire ware first made toward the end of the 18th century …   Useful english dictionary

  • Salop — Salopian /seuh loh pee euhn/, adj., n. /sal euhp/, n. a county in W England. 354,800; 1348 sq. mi. (3490 sq. km). * * * …   Universalium

  • Donald Sinclair (hotel owner) — Donald Sinclair (10 July 1909–1981) was the owner of the Gleneagles Hotel in Torquay, which he had acquired after an extensive career in the Royal Navy. He was the inspiration for the character Basil Fawlty in Fawlty Towers, owing to his… …   Wikipedia

  • François-André Danican Philidor — Philidor in einem Kupferstich von 1772 (von A. de St. Aubin) François André Danican Philidor (genannt: André Danican Philidor „der Jüngere“) (* 7. September 1726 in Dreux; † 31. August 1795 in London) war ein französischer Komponist und galt zu… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • François Philidor — Philidor in einem Kupferstich von 1772 (von A. de St. Aubin) François André Danican Philidor (genannt: André Danican Philidor „der Jüngere“) (* 7. September 1726 in Dreux bei Paris; † 31. August 1795 in London) war ein französischer Komponist und …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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