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T Empery and Maersk Detroit are expected to sail on same day in the afternoon.
As we are Englishmen, so are we men, And I am Stukeley so resolved in all To follow rule, honour and empery, Not to be bent so strictly to the place Wherein at first I blew the fire of life, But that I may at liberty make choice Of all the continents that bound the world.
Pappageno's Cottage (1963), The Spaniard (1970), Young Ash Leaf (1971), Fighting Fit (1979), Empery (1976), The Minstrel (1977), Teenoso (1983).
From the genesis perspective, the intellectual history of Belarusian national space is often described as the sluggishness of coexistence of a number of embryonic stereotypes, based on different fragments of historical memory--hailing from Old Rus', the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (GDL), the First Rzeczpospolita, Russian Empery, traditional peasantry and, of course, the demised Soviet Union (SU).
Having egocentrically renounced national ties--he is resolved "To follow rule, honour and empery, / Not to be bent so strictly to the place / Wherein at first I blew the fire of life" (2.
In The Frame: Never Say Die, Crepello, St Paddy, Sir Ivor, Nijinsky, Roberto, Empery, The Minstrel, Teenoso.
Thirty years may have elapsed since Empery plundered the blue riband for France but hopes are high in the Andre Fabre camp that Visindar can become the first winner from across the Channel since 1976.
The Andre Fabre-trained colt is unbeaten in three starts and will face 17 rivals in his bid to land a first for France since Empery in 1976.
Andre Fabre has yet to win the mile-and-a-half Classic and no French-based runner has struck Epsom gold since Empery in 1976, but that has not stopped the punters piling money on to this horse.
French raids on the Epsom Derby have proved fruitless since Empery carried Lester Piggott to the seventh of his nine triumphs in the blue riband as long ago as 1976.
And the dragon himself, as a genius of the older order, is bathed in this light so that even as he begins to stir, the reader has a premonition that the days of his empery are numbered.
Of the forty words seen as Marlovian ('Tamburlaine Stalks', 268), A contains the following: accursed, ah, conquered, cruel, cursed, damned, empery, fury, haughty, heads, hell, majesty, mighty, pride, spoil, terror, treasury, triumph, walls, warlike, wound, wounded, and wrath - 23.