seymour in English

noun

family name; male first name; Jane Seymour (1509?-1537), Queen of England (1536-1537), third wife of Henry VIII who died after giving birth to Edward VI; Jane Seymour (born 1951), English born U.S. movie and television actress; name of several cities and towns in the United States (such as Seymour in Indiana; Seymour in Connecticut etc.); city in Australia

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1. Seymour was touched to the core.

2. "Melissa Seymour: My perfect life is over".

3. Senator Seymour has threatened a filibuster to block the bill.

4. Brown, Collins and Seymour were present at their own insistence.

5. David Seymour says it can be as simple as ABC.

6. Even after Seymour gross negligence and recklessness are used interchangeably.

7. This season covers Henry's marriages to Jane Seymour and Anne of Cleves.

8. 16 Senator Seymour has threatened a filibuster to block the bill.

9. Desmond Seymour-Strachey sat, accepting the bustle, as was his wont.

10. Seymour writes custom programs for banks and manages their computer operations.

11. The accused need not realise that he is putting some one at risk: Seymour.

12. When he called Patrick Seymour at the embassy he was incandescent with anger.

13. And Mr Seymour don't like to see you throw your money away.

14. Cosmology portal Physics portal Timeline of cosmology Theory of everything Seymour Feldman (1967).

15. Synecdoche, New YorkPhilip Seymour Hoffman plays a theatre director in Charlie Kaufman's metaphysical comedy.

16. 10 Like Philip Seymour Hoffman in Capote, Williams fully embodies the historic character.

17. Undaunted, Adam Seymour scored his maiden century for Worcestershire on the sodden wicket.

18. Above all, Seymour sees the monster as an embodiment of Mary's social conscience.

19. The first report of Henry VIII 's interest in Jane Seymour was in February 15

20. Cranmer gave the information to Audley and Seymour and they decided to wait until Henry's return.

21. Say, why is Mr Seymour so anxious to get his hands on this property anyway?

22. Crash probe: Bishop Auckland police are investigating a crash on Seymour Street involving a stolen vehicle.

23. The documentary took Seymour into Venezuela's treetops for 21 weeks to follow a nesting harpy eagle.

24. Seymour is among the 57 percent of the nation's work force that holds a union card.

25. Henry's third wife Jane Seymour provided a male heir, Edward, but died soon after a difficult labour.

26. After Seymour it is thought that all of these accused would be guilty of reckless manslaughter.

27. But Durham, like Parham a few years earlier, chose the occasion to launch a polemical attack on Seymour.

28. There had been an unspoken agreement between them that he would not call for her at Seymour House.

29. Meanwhile William J.. Seymour presided over this gentle pandemonium with tact and an impressive capacity for personal diplomacy.

30. King of England and Ireland (1547-15. The son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour[Sentencedict.com], he died of tuberculosis.

31. He is attended by Phil, a male nurse played by Philip Seymour Hoffman, an actor whose name always demands attention.

32. If Greg had understood the lady in the garden aright, Gerald Seymour-Strachey was in for a new experience.

33. Also interested in Rose's financial position would be her husband and - if his suspicions were correct - Hilary Seymour-Strachey.

34. Before she became Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Jane Seymour was the Bond girl Solitaire in Live and Let Die.

35. They include Prime Minister Gordon Brown and the glamorous actress Jane Seymour, who are both full of energy at

36. Faced with a bolted door, Seymour did what thousands of pentecostal preachers have done in similar circumstances ever since.

37. King of England and Ireland (547-553). The son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, he died of tuberculosis.

38. And Glass in turn wrote obsessively, devotedly, as if of some plaster saint, about his elder brother Seymour, his Literary Ideal.

39. Nevertheless Seymour continued to preach and testify at black missions in Houston where he eventually met a woman named Neely Terry.

40. Henry VIII was buried at Windsor on 16 February, in the same tomb as Jane Seymour, as he had wished.

41. The executors chose Edward Seymour, 1st Earl of Hertford, Jane Seymour's elder brother, to be Lord Protector of the Realm.

42. Seymour manages the U-M Cardioprotection Research Laboratory, which is headed by U-M heart surgeon Steven Bolling, M. D.

43. Frequently the visitors were so numerous they could not fit into the house, so Seymour began preaching from the porch.

44. Henry's third wife, Jane Seymour, died shortly after the birth of a son who later ruled as King Edward VI.

45. They include British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and the glamorous actress Jane Seymour, who are both full of energy at

46. King of England and Ireland (547-5. The son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, he died of tuberculosis.

47. From Seymour Direct, it has easy-to-read numbers and is personalised with the child's name and birth date.

48. King of England and Ireland (1547-1553). The son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, he died of tuberculosis.

49. Kidder cites the recruiting strategy Tom West picked up from Seymour Cray, the legendary designer of high-speed computers.

50. Philip Seymour Hoffman blows them all away with a scene-stealing black comic turn as Dickie's awful preppie buddy.