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HIGHWAYMAN. A robber on the highway.

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Steven Cain netted twice for Highwayman, added to by strikes from Gary Archbold and Dan Freeman.
Actor Nivin Pauly, who plays a highwayman in upcoming Malayalam period film Kayamkulam Kochunni, is getting trained in Kalaripayattu, an ancient martial arts form native to Kerala, while shooting for the film.
James Sharpe, Professor Emeritus of Early Modern History at the York University and author of Dick Turpin: The Myth of the English Highwayman, said: "Contemporary accounts tell of how Turpin's body was buried in St George's graveyard.
Speaking of epic, Ben Tripp's THE ACCIDENTAL HIGHWAYMAN (9780765335494, $17.
uk/ladies-day FAMILY: Dance a horn pipe and discover life on board a pirate ship or dress as a Highwayman and hear their grisly fate.
IN a fast-paced game that saw 12 goals, Duck Athletic were beaten 7-5 at home by Highwayman.
As I slowly approached, the leading horseman DELIVER: highwayman acknowledged me by bowing as he touched his right hand to the brim of his hat.
The highwayman is going off the highway - heading down rural Route 2A to Shirley.
Merry took legal action against Charles Colthurst over the ownership of Blarney Highwayman, who was bred by Merry, after the six-year-old gelding won a Kilworth point-to-point for Colthurst in March 2010.
The call of "Stand and deliver"' would have sent a chill down the spine of any early 18th century traveller on England's roads, however dandy the highwayman might have been.
Highwayman of the air, coal-headed, darting Plunderer of gnat

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