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  • 41The Highwayman (poem) — The Highwayman is a narrative poem by Alfred Noyes, published in 1906. The poem was written when Noyes was a young man, and brought him immediate and long lasting success. It tells the story of a nameless highwayman who is in love with a landlord …

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  • 42The Highwayman (novel) — Infobox Book name = The Highwayman| title orig = translator = image caption = cover author = R.A. Salvatore illustrator = cover artist = country = United States language = English series = Corona subject = genre = Fantasy publisher = CDS books… …

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  • 43The Highwayman — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel The Highwayman Produktionsland USA, Kanada …

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  • 44The Happy Highwayman — infobox Book | name = The Happy Highwayman title orig = translator = image caption = 1960s paperback edition author = Leslie Charteris cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = The Saint genre = Mystery, Short Stories… …

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  • 45Running highwayman's hitch — Infobox Knot details name = Running highwayman s hitch names = mooring hitch, sliding sheet bend, draw hitch caption = type = Hitch type2 = strength = origin = related = Highwayman s hitch releasing = uses = Mooring caveat = abok number = The… …

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  • 46The Highwayman Motel — (Masterton,Новая Зеландия) Категория отеля: 3,5 звезд Адрес: 46 High Street, 5810 Mastert …

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  • 47Tom King (highwayman) — Tom King (d. circa 1737) was an English highwayman who operated in the Essex and London areas.King was a close associate of fellow highwayman Dick Turpin; however unlike Turpin, who is often seen by historians a mere rogue, King was the kind of… …

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  • 48James Allen (highwayman) — James Allen (aka George Walton, Jonas Pierce, James H. York, Burley Grove, c.) was a Massachusetts resident and highwayman in the early 19th century. [ [http://www.boston online.com/bizarro/true crime.html True Crime Compiled by Adam Gaffin] ]… …

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  • 49William Plunkett (highwayman) — William Plunkett was a highwayman and accomplice of the famed Gentleman Highwayman, James MacLaine. Plunkett lived during the mid eighteenth century in London, on Jermyn Street, and was said to have been an apothecary who was also presumed to be… …

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  • 50The Lady and the Highwayman — is a 1989 UK TV movie starring Hugh Grant, Emma Samms, Lysette Anthony and Oliver Reed.Cast* Lysette Anthony Lady Panthea Vyne * Hugh Grant Lucius Vyne/Silver Blade * Michael York King Charles II of England * Emma Samms Barbara Castlemaine *… …

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  • 51The Newry Highwayman — Lyrics In Newry Town I was bred and bornIn Stephen s Green, now I die in scornI spent my time in the saddling tradeBut I turned out to beBut I turned out to be a roving blade.At Seventeen I took a wifeI loved her dearly as I loved my lifeAnd for… …

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  • 52The Highwayman —    Voir Le Chevalier au masque de dentelle …

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  • 53Highwaymen — Highwayman High way man, n.; pl. {Highwaymen}. One who robs on the public road; a highway robber. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 54Bushranger — highwayman, outlaw …

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  • 55Dick Turpin — This article is about the highwayman. For other uses, see Dick Turpin (disambiguation). Richard Dick Turpin …

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  • 56The Highwaymen — Жанры кантри Годы 1985 1995 Страна …

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  • 57Juraj Jánošík — (first name also Juro or Jurko , modern pronunciation: IPA|/ juraj jaːnʃiːk/, modern pronunciation: IPA|/ jɛʒɨ ja nɕik/, hu. György Jánosik, pl. Juraj Janosik), baptised January 25, 1688, died March 17, 1713, was a famous Slovak outlaw, also… …

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  • 58Marshfield, Gloucestershire — Coordinates: 51°27′43″N 2°19′01″W / 51.462°N 2.317°W / 51.462; 2.317 …

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  • 59George Lyons — George Lyon (1761 – 22 April 1815) was a gentleman highwayman in England.Lyon was born in Upholland, near Wigan, Lancashire, to a poor family. His name was George Lyon not George Lyons as some historians wrongly observe.Prior to arrestGeorge Lyon …

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  • 60Outlaw (stock character) — Though the judgment of outlawry is obsolete, romanticised outlaws became stock characters in several fictional settings. This was particularly so in the United States, where outlaws were popular subjects of newspaper coverage and stories in the… …

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