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  • 121Nevison, John — ▪ English highwayman also called  William Nevison, Nevison  also spelled  Nevinson  born 1630/40, Yorkshire, Eng. died March 15, 1685, Knavesmire, near York       Yorkshire highwayman of Restoration England, made famous in ballads and folklore.… …

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  • 122Ghost Rider (Danny Ketch) — Ghost Rider Ghost Rider (vol. 2) #1 (May 1990). Art by Javier Saltares. Publication information Publisher …

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  • 124Nicola Morgan — Born 11 November 1961 (1961 11 11) (age 50) Scotland, United Kingdom Occupation Author, Teacher nicolamorgan.com …

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  • 125Marla Heasley — (* 4. September 1959 in Hollywood, Kalifornien) ist eine US amerikanische Schauspielerin. Leben Heasley begann ihre Karriere mit der Rolle der Tawnia Baker in der Fernsehserie Das A Team. Sie ersetzte in der zweiten Staffel der Serie Melinda… …

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  • 126SP (Automarke) — SP war eine britische Automobilmarke, die ab 1972 von Derek Skilton in seiner Hooe Garage (East Sussex) Ltd. in Hooe, Battle (East Sussex) hergestellt wurde. Der SP Highwayman basierte auf der Mechanik des Rover P6 und hatte das Erscheinungsbild… …

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  • 127Dick Turpin — noun English highwayman (1706 1739) • Syn: ↑Turpin • Instance Hypernyms: ↑highjacker, ↑highwayman, ↑hijacker, ↑road agent * * * Dick Turpin …

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  • 128knight of the road — noun (plural knights of the road) 1. obsolete : highwayman 2. : traveling salesman 3. : tramp * * * …

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  • 129gentleman of the road — 1. a highwayman. 2. a tramp or hobo. [1720 30] * * * gentleman of the road, = highwayman. (Cf. ↑highwayman) …

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  • 130Doctor Syn — The Reverend Doctor Christopher Syn[1][2][3] is the smuggler hero of a series of novels by Russell Thorndike.[4] The first book, Doctor Syn: A Tale of the Romney Marsh[5] was published in 1915. The story idea came from smuggling in the 18th… …

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  • 1321724 — Year 1724 (MDCCXXIV) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar (or a leap year starting on Wednesday of the 11 day slower Julian calendar). Events of 1724 January June * January 14 King… …

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  • 133Newgate Prison — For the Irish prison of the same name, see Newgate Prison, Dublin. For the prison in East Granby, Connecticut, see Old Newgate Prison. Newgate, the old city gate and prison …

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  • 134Jimmy Webb — Infobox Musical artist Name = Jimmy Webb Img size = 220px Background = solo singer Born = Elk City, Oklahoma US birth date and age|1946|8|15 Instrument = vocals, piano Genre = popular, country, rock Occupation = singer, songwriter, composer Years …

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  • 135Hounslow — infobox UK place country = England map type = Greater London region= London population= official name= Hounslow latitude= 51.4668 longitude= 0.3507 os grid reference= TQ145755 london borough= Hounslow post town= HOUNSLOW postcode area= TW… …

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  • 136The Beggar's Opera — is a ballad opera in three acts written in 1728 by John Gay. It is one of the watershed plays in Augustan drama and is the only example of the once thriving genre of satirical ballad opera to remain popular today. Ballad operas were satiric… …

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  • 137G. Gordon Liddy — George Gordon Liddy Liddy in 2004 Born November 30, 1930 (1930 11 30) (age 80) Brooklyn, New York Charge(s) Conspiracy …

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  • 138Stagecoach — For other uses, see Stagecoach (disambiguation). Stagecoach in Switzerland A stagecoach is a type of covered wagon for passengers and goods, strongly sprung and drawn by four horses, usually four in hand. Widely used before the introduction of… …

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  • 139A1 road (Great Britain) — UK road routebox road= A1 length mi= 409 length km= 658 direction= South North start= City of London destinations= Watford Hemel Hempstead St Albans Hatfield Hertford Stevenage Bedford Huntingdon Cambridge Peterborough Stamford Grantham Newark on …

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  • 140Tom King — or Thomas King may refer to:* Tom King (highwayman) (died c. 1737), English highwayman * Thomas Butler King (1800–1864), American politician from Georgia * Thomas Starr King (1824–1864), American Unitarian minister, influential in California… …

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