How To Use Worcester In A Sentence

  • Their pastorals, both published in 1651, offered choices to Royalists in the aftermath of the crushing defeat at Worcester.
  • This one, legally named Tracy Worcester - she insists on "Tracy" unless her lunch companion finds her title amusing - is currently having such a moment. Saturday Conversation: The Marchioness of Worcester
  • Because of the widespread use of this Worcester sauce to flavour other foods, we may find further affected products.
  • Worcester had begun well and headed in to a 4-lead before two goals in the final seconds gave the scoreline some respectability from the point of view of the runners-up.
  • Because of the widespread use of this Worcester sauce to flavour other foods, we may find further affected products.
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  • Bob Lanza of Advanced Cell Technology in Worcester, Massachusetts cloned an endangered wild cattle species called the gaur using a cow's egg. New Scientist - Online News
  • The city of Worcester may appropriate a sum not exceed - ing seventy-five hundred dollars for the purpose of providing a suitable gift for the U.S. S. "Worcester" to properly com - memorate the dedication and commissioning of the afore - said ship. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • Too much Worcestershire or hot sauce will make the drink muddy and too spicy.
  • Having failed to obtain the special licence required for marriage during Lent, they were summoned to appear before the consistory court in Worcester cathedral.
  • The fêted Worcester quartet's latest is a triumph of loose-limbed chutzpah: breezy, funky rock'n'roll to brighten the shortening days. Times, Sunday Times
  • Her grandfather, the first Isaac Taylor, was the son of a brassfounder at Worcester, and while learning his father's business, early showed a talent for Engraving. Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert, Formerly Ann Taylor
  • And a win at Worcester last month showed he is a chaser who relishes good ground. The Sun
  • From the Atlantic coastline to the Pocomoke River and Forest, Worcester is home to pelicans and peewees, kingbirds and cuckoos, and herons, harriers, and eagles.
  • For Surrey to miss out on the title nearest challengers Glamorgan have to win their final two games against Surrey and Derbyshire, and even then Sussex would only need three points from their remaining match at Worcester next week to be crowned champions. Cricinfo news from Cricinfo
  • Canturburie; but also to Reignold Fitz-Joceline the bishoprike of Bath; to Richard de Worcester archdeacon of Poictiers the bishoprike of Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (5 of 12) Henrie the Second
  • I recall another footpath near Worcester, Massachusetts; it leads up from the low meadows into the wildest region of all that vicinity, Tatesset Hill. Oldport Days
  • Among Anselm's contemporary bishops, Samson, the aged bishop of Worcester, represented the former.
  • His father was a vicar-choral at St Davids, but by 1596 the young Thomas was master of the choristers at Worcester Cathedral.
  • In Worcestershire, the education authority is committed to parity of excellence for all of its comprehensive schools.
  • Barr is referring to a landmark Supreme Court decision (also handed down by far away unelected judges) styled Worcester v. Georgia. Lowering the Barr - poli
  • The loss of ancient woodland now means they're confined to the southern counties and Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
  • I'm filling up on bread sticks, hoping to s-p-r-e-a-d my meager salary as stringer for the Worcester News-Recorder to cover le dejeuner, which I'm sure will turn into le diner complete with escargot, pain au chocolat and a lycee technologique. Undine Spragg, International Cocktail Bitch
  • Worcestershire sauce tabasco sauce lemon or lime wedges celery stick small plate celery salt or rimmer Weekend Cookbook Challenge - Caesars - Three Ways
  • By 1809, well-known Worcester resident Isaiah Thomas was referring to the “old road for Boston,” and when a couple New York newspapers spoke of the “old Boston Post Road” several years later, the antiquation was official. The King's Best Highway
  • Wigorn. _ (which was their pleasant way of saying that he lived in Worcestershire) held his manor by serjeanty of the The Book-Hunter at Home
  • Advanced Cell Technology of Worcester, Mass., has already cloned an endangered animal: the gaur, a humpback relative of the cow from Southeast Asia.
  • To preserve your family's precious documents, soak them overnight in Worcestershire sauce. Archive 2005-11-01
  • Worcester did manage two tries in the first half, when they had the wind behind them, but they had three potential touchdowns rejected by the video official. Times, Sunday Times
  • Suzi MacintyreBishops Frome, Worcestershire • To search for real-life events as inspirations for what occurs in a play is a pathetic approach to Shakespeare, or to any literature Tudor tragedy may have inspired Ophelia's fate, 8 June. Letters: Birthday wishes
  • Worcester, officers, appointment of. ies estab - elative to Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • I am having an huge family debate about the pronunciation of the word Worcestershire, as in the sauce. “glimpse into id of a small town” | clusterflock
  • At length the bishops aduising themselues what they had to doo, required Samson bishop of Worcester to declare his opinion, who boldlie spake these words; Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (3 of 12) Henrie I.
  • Rebecca West refers to a photograph of him taken at this time in army uniform as a private of the Worcestershire Regiment.
  • At Beckford in Worcestershire fifty hedgehogs have been brought in by worried animal lovers.
  • These words thus vttered by the bishop of Worcester, all the bishops returned togither, comming before the kings presence, boldlie confessed that they had receiued Anselmes letters, and would not doo any thing contrarie to the tenour of the same. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6): England (3 of 12) Henrie I.
  • Last month 580 products were recalled after a contaminated batch of Worcester Sauce got into thousands of food products including many ready-made meals.
  • This was only his sick fancy, for on the third of September, which was the anniversary of the great battle of Worcester, and the day of the year which he called his fortunate day, he died, in the sixtieth year of his age. A Child's History of England
  • Add the stock and two or three sploshes of Worcester Sauce, mixing all the while, bring to a gentle boil, and cook until the sauce begins to reduce.
  • Although he begged for his life, Thomas Percy, Earl of Worcester, a Knight of the Garter, a former steward of the royal household and a veteran of some of the fiercest battles of the French wars, was put to the axe.
  • I'm filling up on bread sticks, hoping to s-p-r-e-a-d my meager salary as stringer for the Worcester News-Recorder to cover le dejeuner, which I'm sure will turn into le diner complete with escargot, pain au chocolat and a lycee technologique. Undine Spragg, International Cocktail Bitch
  • A 15-year-old girl was hit in the face with a metal bar in an attack involving a gang of eight youths in Worcester Park.
  • After the intensely satisfying task of grinding the topside through the mammoth mincer, taking care not to handle it too much to destroy its shape, I add Tabasco, chopped gherkin and Worcester sauce. The Ivy: Steeped in Celebrity
  • The classic version of the drink combines vodka and tomato juice with a splash of salt, pepper, Worcestershire sauce and lemon juice.
  • The Knights may have been unhorsed by their own actions or inactions as in the case of the Worcester County Shoe Strike of 1887, but outside pressures were mounting as well.
  • Would you like Worcester sauce in your tomato juice?
  • When Thomas Minton first set up business in 1793 it was to make unmarked ceramics in transfer patterns that are often mistaken for Spode, Coalport and Worcester.
  • The police and charity workers from the Worcester Kurish refugee society would like to know what Hilali has done with the money.
  • But experts say the Worcester treasure hunter may still be in for a pleasant suprise.
  • Welsh independent retailer Get Connected will open its 50th store in Worcester on Saturday (February 28).
  • Substrate effects of zoogenic soil mounds on vegetation composition in the Worcester-Robertson valley, Cape Province. Nama Karoo
  • Furthermore, the transference from Worcester to Lincoln of the concept of a ten-bayed concentric chapter house took place about 1225.
  • With the exception of Worcester Cathedral, William appointed Norman bishops to these cathedrals.
  • After 15 minutes the unwieldy but effective Adam Pilling outwitted the Worcester goalkeeper, only to have his effort ruled out for offside.
  • The Pakingtons of Worcester quarter Ermine on a fesse componé or, and az. an annulet for Arden. Shakespeare's Family
  • Mix in the tomato pur e and garlic pur e, chilli powder, Worcester sauce and seasoning.
  • The kitchen uses good-quality artisan products, including O'Hagan's award-winning sausages, and air-dried ham and cured meats from Oxsprings in Worcestershire and Monmouthshire's Trealy Farm. Top 10 best budget restaurants in Cheltenham and Gloucester
  • The traditional spellings of English place names such as Worcester and Gloucester bear evidence of syncope.
  • It began when a local meeting just outside Worcester got rather out of hand.
  • I bought Marmite and lemon curd, cream crackers and gentleman's relish, steak and kidney pies and Worcestershire sauce.
  • The only areas outside the south were Wychavon, Worcestershire; Rushcliffe, Nottinghamshire; Rutland; and North Kesteven in Lincolnshire. North neglected as Hampshire district tops quality of life survey
  • Then, there is Tournedos - a pair of pepper crusted tenderloin steaks with Worcestershire sauce, butter and leek and herb vinaigrette.
  • She is based in Worcestershire and travels internationally sharing her knowledge from her nine years experience of complementary therapies in both private practice and the NHS.
  • This year, why not try out one of the new wave of British artisanal cheeses, such as old Worcester white?
  • In a large medium-large bowl, mix together the tomatoes (undrained), chipotles, smoked paprika, oregano, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, brown sugar and onion. Archive 2009-06-01
  • These gifts included altar frontals, wall hangings, bench covers, candlesticks, and a Bible, and joined a long list of items and estates the two had granted to Worcester in the years prior to Leofric's death.
  • And in particular, how mercifully hath the Lord dealt with this poor county of Worcester, in raising up so many who do credit to the sacred office, and self-denyingly and freely, zealously and unweariedly, lay out themselves for the good of souls! The Reformed Pastor
  • Rhodes is working with the region's traditional industries on clothing the giant puppet, consulting potters from Stoke-on-Trent, chain-makers from the Black Country, glass-makers from Stourbridge, and glovers from Worcester, as well as representatives of the new industrial revolution, including design students from the University of Coventry and computer gamers from Leamington Spa. Zandra Rhodes plans iron corset for Godiva's Olympic ride
  • The highlight of a number of pieces of rare 18th century English porcelain is Worcester's nod to the orient, a porcelain teapot in vertically fluted baluster form circa 1750-58.
  • Howbeit, Wolstan bishop of Worcester, and Egelwine abbat of Euesham, with the shirife of Worcester & Walter Lacie, so resisted the earle of Hereford, that he could not passe the Seuerne to ioine with the earle of Cambridge. Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland (2 of 6) England (1 of 12) William the Conqueror
  • Last year the police inquiry into Suzy's disappearance was briefly reopened when they searched a disused Army camp near Worcester.
  • In July, South Africa's Western Cape province had been hit by a similar outbreak which prompted authorities to quarantine swine at piggeries at the town of Worcester, northeast of Cape Town. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • A sauce is then made of currant jelly, Worcestershire and hot sauces, and the duck essence from the press.
  • While wondering what this could mean, the play was finished, when one of the comedians, a brother of the Worcestershire Desdemona, came to the pit door, calling out – 'Hi'm desired to hask hif Miss Camilla Camilla
  • He remained in Worcester for the rest of his ministry, working with three diocesan bishops. Times, Sunday Times
  • Stir in Worcestershire sauce and salt until combined. Black Rice Curried Meatloaf with Green Grape Chutney
  • Worcester did manage two tries in the first half, when they had the wind behind them, but they had three potential touchdowns rejected by the video official. Times, Sunday Times
  • The red is gaillardia ‘Burgundy’, the whitish is dappled willow, salix integra ‘Hakuro Nishiki’ , yellow leafed caryopteris ‘Worcester Gold’, and just starting to bloom at the rock edge, veronica ‘Royal Candles’. First Lilium and Other Tidbits « Fairegarden
  • Would you like Worcester sauce in your tomato juice?
  • Voice over For growers across Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire the extra demand for apples is truly an unexpected windfall.
  • There was a short-lived fashion for Worcesterberries about ten years ago when they were unconvincingly touted as a rival for brambles or tayberries.
  • Mix in the tomato pur e and garlic pur e, chilli powder, Worcester sauce and seasoning.
  • Neuerthelesse, she was shortlie after sent home, vnder the conduct of the earle of Worcester, associat with diuerse other noble and honorable personages, both men and women, hauing with hir all the iewels, ornaments, [Sidenote: Additions of the chron. of Flanders.] and plate which she brought into England, with a great surplusage besides giuen to hir by the king. Chronicles (3 of 6): Historie of England (1 of 9) Henrie IV
  • At least eleven threatened bird species (IUCN categories VU and above) occur in the ecoregion, and two others may be present, but their distributions are poorly known (brown-banded rail [Lewinia mirificus] and Luzon buttonquail [Turnix worcesteri]). Luzon montane rain forests
  • Make the dressing: In a small blender, blend 1 teaspoon chopped garlic, 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard, 2 egg yolks, 4 anchovy filets, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, a splash Worcestershire sauce and cracked black pepper. Grills Gone Wild
  • Finely chop 200g of steak – it should be as fine as you can chop it without actually mincing it – then add in 40g of finely chopped shallot, 40g of finely chopped cornichon, 2 tsp capers, 3 tsp of Worcestershire sauce, 6 drops of Tabasco, a little salt, black pepper and then stir carefully. Nigel Slater's classic steak tartare
  • Being highly concentrated, Worcester sauce is employed mostly as a condiment or an ingredient rather than as a relish like the brown sauce which it superficially resembles.
  • It's been like a runaway train,'' says Worcester's Dom, whose band of the same name scurried around Austin for nine gigs in four days. Boston.com Top Stories
  • The Worcester House residence was rented by the university two years ago to ease chronic student accommodation shortages at the campus here.
  • Worcester’s buttonquail (Turnix worcesteri) was rediscovered in the Philippines, after it was photographed by a documentary crew who didn't realize it was very rare; the bird was caught, then sold in a market and eaten. Quail Rediscovery
  • Mix in the tomato pur e and garlic pur e, chilli powder, Worcester sauce and seasoning.
  • Morton Pippitt, though, for 'e sez, sez' e: 'MY cabbages are the prize vegetable, grown by Mr. Smogorton of Worcester, F.R.H.' God's Good Man
  • Meanwhile goods collected by the Worcester Kurdish Refugee Association are gathering dust in a warehouse.
  • This important national anniversary was associated with Charles II hiding in an oak tree at Boscobel after the rout of his army at Worcester in September 1651.
  • In 1651, Oliver Cromwell's army defeated the forces of Charles II at Worcester.
  • Yet he must have come pretty close to believing that, unimpeachable as his manners remained, for Whinnie had burned the roast of veal to a charry mass, the Twins were crying like mad, and Dinkie had painted himself and most of the dining-room table with Worcestershire sauce. The Prairie Mother
  • He was appointed bishop of Worcester in 1535, but resigned his bishopric and was kept in custody for a year because he could not support the Act of the Six Articles, 1539.
  • Worcester, and extends underneath the whole of the choir, the ambulatories or aisles of the choir, and the five chapels belonging thereto. Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Gloucester [2nd ed.] A Description of Its Fabric and A Brief History of the Espicopal See
  • Just for fun, at our house we call Worcestershire sauce "what's this here sauce". The Pioneer Woman - Full RSS Feed
  • The trial reenactment, which is being scripted by Assistant District Attorney Sandra L. Hautanen, will be part of an open house beginning at 4 p.m. June 4 at Worcester's new courthouse. undefined
  • RogerIngredients1 thick slice of white bread per person do not be tempted to use the pre-sliced "plastic" variety1 rasher of bacon per round of bread, preferably back bacon1-2 slices of red leicester or cheddar Vegetable oil for fryingWorcestershire sauce for garnish Place one or two slices of cheese, depending on thickness, on each slice of bread and press down hard – the cheese should cover the bread as far as possible. Family life
  • They’re a company based in Worcestershire, England who mainly produce fencing and decking, but their outdoor buildings are what will really get people dreaming about spending their summer weekends having lazy afternoon naps in one of these. LifeSpace Contemporary Garden Rooms
  • She was remanded in custody by Worcester magistrates for seven days.
  • Foods such as mustard, catsup, Worcestershire sauce, and other condiments accounted for only consumption.
  • Would you like Worcester sauce in your tomato juice?
  • A town of east - central Massachusetts northeast Worcester . It is an industrial community.
  • This “eutectic” was discovered by FEMA, and by fire researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and confirmed by this team of physicists and researchers. Extreme Temperatures Involved in WTC Collapse
  • Foiled again, he laid the case before the Bishop of Worcester, and begged his lordship to unfrock Thomas Dancox. The Argosy Vol. 51, No. 2, February, 1891
  • King Edward, with his army, marching from Worcester to the Menai Strait, crossed it — near to where the wonderful tubular iron bridge now, in days so different, makes a passage for railway trains — by a bridge of boats that enabled forty men to march abreast. A Child's History of England
  • On display is a Worcester sucrier with convex vertical ribbing painted with sprays of flowers and with an open flower finial.
  • The study involved 517 men and women, aged 20 to 70, from Worcester County, Massachusetts, who started out with an average total cholesterol level of 222 milligrams per decilitre of blood for men and 213 for women.
  • He fought at the battle of Worcester where the royalists were decisively defeated.
  • They sent 15 samples of toys, decorations and novelties to Worcester Scientific Services for testing.
  • Add blue cheese, mayonnaise, onion, salt, pepper and worcestershire sauce; beat until combined.
  • Over 350 species of birds have been recorded in Worcester Country, including pelicans and pewees, kingbirds and cuckoos, herons, harriers, and eagles.
  • This is front-page, over-the-fold news in Worcester (subscription required).
  • However, Worcester began to probe and bustle Magdalen's defence early in the second half.
  • In a bowl, combine the red pepper, yoghurt, ketchup, tomato paste and Worcester sauce.
  • Next add a generous slosh of cider vinegar, an even more generous slosh of olive oil, two or three shakes of Worcestershire Sauce, a lot of freshly ground black pepper and a little sea salt.
  • To this august duo add Adrian Harris 'visual art blog, because he's got some nice art links, he's from just up the M5 in Worcestershire, and he links for some reason to me. Archive 2004-09-12
  • Anyone who doubts that building on brownfield city sites is a good idea should visit Worcester. Times, Sunday Times
  • A sauce is then made of currant jelly, Worcestershire and hot sauces, and the duck essence from the press.
  • The study involved 517 men and women, aged 20 to 70, from Worcester County, Massachusetts, who started out with an average total cholesterol level of 222 milligrams per decilitre of blood for men and 213 for women.
  • Over 350 species of birds have been recorded in Worcester Country, including pelicans and pewees, kingbirds and cuckoos, herons, harriers, and eagles.
  • There was a short-lived fashion for Worcesterberries about ten years ago when they were unconvincingly touted as a rival for brambles or tayberries.
  • But experts say the Worcester treasure hunter may still be in for a pleasant suprise.
  • It seems Shitto is very similar to a western product called Worcestershire sauce, and the subject has already been covered by Mary Dan. But is it low-carb? | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • A town of east - central Massachusetts northeast of Worcester. It is an industrial community. Population, 17, 233.
  • Two recesses for aumbries are still to be seen in the cloister at Worcester: it is recorded that one book, the Speculum Spiritualium, was to be delivered "to ye cloyster awmery. Old English Libraries; The Making, Collection and Use of Books During the Middle Ages
  • He spent most of the war training on HMS Worcester, based at Greenhithe on the Thames, but in March 1918 he was drafted into the Royal Naval Reserve as a midshipman.
  • Season with Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce, salt, and if it's necessary, more black pepper. 4.
  • Tenbury Wells is a small ancient market town situated in the very north west of Worcestershire on the A456, close to the borders of Herefordshire and Shropshire.
  • Rebecca West refers to a photograph of him taken at this time in army uniform as a private of the Worcestershire Regiment.
  • Season with Tabasco and Worcestershire sauce, salt, and if it's necessary, more black pepper. 4.
  • A means of access to the up platform of the station from the Worcester road would be a boon to many.
  • She was freed from her car and rushed to Worcester Royal Infirmary but paramedics and hospital staff were unable to save her.
  • Meanwhile goods collected by the Worcester Kurdish Refugee Association are gathering dust in a warehouse.
  • Standard Royal Worcester with floral decoration and Victorian dinner services are struggling to find buyers.
  • Add the lemon juice, baby capers and a splash of Worcestershire sauce.
  • Louise, from Kidderminster, Worcestershire, told a Press conference at the state emergency headquarters in Tully how she ate a banana during the first hour of her walk, but was then left to subsist on a diet of chewing gum.
  • He took up surgery after war service and trained in Birmingham, Worcester, and London, particularly St Mark's, where he developed an interest in proctology.
  • The Hop, says Cockayne, was known to the Saxons, and they called it the _Hymele_, a name enquired-for in vain among Hop growers in Worcestershire and Kent. Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure
  • Mix in the tomato pur e and garlic pur e, chilli powder, Worcester sauce and seasoning.
  • Worcestershire the delicious leechee, almost the only fruit of Bengal which deserves to be regretted even amidst the plenty of Covent Garden. Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3)
  • Addressing a party "bosberaad" at Goudini Spa near Worcester, he said: "In this respect - and it is of no small significance - the departure of some former colleagues has left us stronger". ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Among Anselm's contemporary bishops, Samson, the aged bishop of Worcester, represented the former.
  • Pakistan meanwhile hammers the Brits in their first county match at Worcester where Alimuddin scores a century.
  • A boring apple, like a Worcester but even less so - but the point is, they are the only variety so hardy that they are reliable fruiters up here in the deep North.
  • Now a lay clerk in Worcester Cathedral, he also conducts and tours his own chamber choir.
  • I hereby promise to donate £5 to the campaign fund of anyone prepared to stand in Worcester as the Pants Candidate and pursue him round his constituency with supporters dressed as bogies and toilet turtles.
  • McGrath's defences seem unbreachable at the moment and hot on his unbeaten 173 and 65 against Worcestershire, he completed yet another half-century before being run out for 68 by Gary Pratt's direct hit.
  • Foods such as mustard, catsup, Worcestershire sauce, and other condiments accounted for only consumption.
  • Mr. Critchlow, being unfamiliar with the word "cenotaph," consulted Worcester's Dictionary, and when he found that it meant The Old Wives' Tale
  • Strong walkers, they trod the boundaries of Gloucestershire, quartered the Cotswolds and the always mystic Forest of Dean, climbed the thousand-foot May Hill, and directed their steps into Worcestershire.
  • The Sharks recalled LW Frazer McLaren from Worcester of the AHL and both were in the lineup. ... ESPN.com
  • In 1651 Oliver Cromwell's army defeated Royalist forces at the Battle of Worcester.
  • In 1881, a thunderstorm in Worcester brought down tons of periwinkles and hermit crabs.
  • We contend, that for tolerably good land, situated advantageously, that is, with a ready access to good markets and good fairs, such as those of Coventry, Birmingham, Gloucester, Worcester, Biographical Essays
  • Serves 61 chicken, about 1.5kg1 cinnamon stick5 black peppercornsPinch of saffron1 tsp salt4cm piece of fresh gingerBay leaf5 tbsp good quality mango chutney I swear by Geeta's50g ready-to-eat dried apricots, finely chopped2 tbsp good curry powder2 tsp Worcestershire sauce200ml homemade mayonnaise200ml Greek yoghurt50g flaked almonds, toastedSmall bunch fresh coriander, choppedGreen salad and basmati rice, to serve1. How to cook perfect coronation chicken
  • For them to miss out on the title nearest challengers Glamorgan have to win their final two games against Surrey and Derbyshire, and even then Sussex would only need three points from their remaining match at Worcester next week to be crowned champions. County cricket - as it happened!
  • Meantime we must remark, that the first three of Mr. Campbell's variations are mere caprices of the press; as is Shagspere; or, more probably, this last euphonious variety arose out of the gross clownish pronunciation of the two hiccuping _ "marksmen" _ who rode over to Worcester for the license; and one cannot forbear laughing at the bishop's secretary for having been so misled by two varlets, professedly incapable of signing their own names. Biographical Essays
  • While lighter still in motive is a white set, also Worcester, besprent with dusky blue flowers and slim traceries of small gold leaves and tendrils.
  • Although the two men maintained cordial relations Haydn visited Clementi's country house at Evesham, in Worcestershire, and Clementi gave him a piece of coconut shell trimmed with silver -- Haydn was a steady irritant to Clementi. Finished Symphonies
  • Sociables, and about seven Horses, — to cross the Severn, and proceed to Ross, Monmouth and Chepstow, and then wheel round to the right, through Radnor and Brecon, round to the Malvern Hills in Worcestershire, and home by Gloucester, &c. Letter 212
  • Leaving school at the age of 14 to study medicine, he was apprenticed to a surgeon in Worcester.
  • With their South African flanker Francois Louw concussed after another illegal tackle, against Worcester, this might have been one headache too many for the visitors but Armitage was sent to the sin-bin and Bath made sure justice was done when they won a lineout from the penalty. London Irish 12-13 Bath | Aviva Premiership match report
  • Potters at Bristol used steatite or soapstone - the ingredient that gives Worcester porcelain durability and enables it to hold hot liquids without cracking.
  • So-called brandies containing cane spirit were: Worcester VO Brandy ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The kitchen uses good-quality artisan products, including O'Hagan's award-winning sausages, and air-dried ham and cured meats from Oxsprings in Worcestershire and Monmouthshire's Trealy Farm. Top 10 best budget restaurants in Cheltenham and Gloucester
  • From the Atlantic coastline to the Pocomoke River and Forest, Worcester is home to pelicans and peewees, kingbirds and cuckoos, and herons, harriers, and eagles.
  • Worcester did manage two tries in the first half, when they had the wind behind them, but they had three potential touchdowns rejected by the video official. Times, Sunday Times
  • Worcestershire, to be paternal to his workmen, to be known as Squire, and to bring his children up in the older Moreton 'niceness' -- he had yet managed to make his ploughs quite celebrated, to found a little town, and die still handsome and clean-shaved at the age of sixty-six. The Freelands
  • _ "Not content with this, Dr. Worcester gives it once more under PLAN:" L. _planus_, flat; It. _piano_, a plan; Sp. _piano; _ Fr. _plan. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 31, May, 1860
  • As on Saturday, play went on late because Worcestershire bowled their overs so slowly.

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