Who Won the 1910
Preakness

Layminster (Jockey: R Estep)

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Robert Lee Burton, Jr.

Mountain Statesman
He was born in Grafton, April 17, 1946, son of the late Robert Lee Burton, Sr. and Lewana Jarvis Cone. He was a US Air Force Veteran. He graduated from Grafton High School and was a self-employed construction worker. Bob loved his music, to DJ at ...

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Leo's will to serve

Fiji Times
My mother is a lay minster at the Holy Trinity Cathedral and late father was a priest. My inspiration came from my family, supportive friends and my own passion to serve as many people as I can," he said. Mr Latianara is a worker priest, which means he ...

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These are the British place names we've all been saying wrong

Mirror.co.uk
What's the correct pronunciation if 'Leominster'?. 5000+ VOTES SO FAR. Layminster Lemster Er, Leominster? The Three Horseshoes in Leominster (Photo: Geograph/Colin Smith). The correct pronunciation is.

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A passion for quilting

Anglican Journal
Robert Louis Stevenson celebrated the imaginative magic of the comforter in his famous children's poem “The Land of Counterpane.” And down on Cape Breton Island, Joanne Turner is still honouring the venerable folk art of the quilt. Each year, the ...

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