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  • n. The plant Echium plantagineum.

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  • Lady Campbell, let's talk about the families, because these families, certainly the kids get on extremely well, don't they?

    CNN Transcript Apr 9, 2005

  • Let's just pause here for a just little bit and we'll come right back to you, Lady Campbell.

    CNN Transcript Apr 9, 2005

  • A young captain who sat near Lady Campbell asked her if she had ever heard of a captain who was, in consequence of his extravagant behaviour, called

    A Sailor of King George

  • Lady Canning was tall, and Lady Campbell was short, the effect was rather funny.

    Forty-one years in India From Subaltern To Commander-In-Chief

  • Lady Campbell, who wrote the women's letters in the series of "Manners and Customs," while her brother took the male side of the correspondence.

    The History of "Punch"

  • Laughing and blushing, Isoline, the daughter of Lady Campbell, a sister of the Bruce, a graceful child of some thirteen summers, advanced, nothing loth, to obey her royal uncle's summons, and an arch smile of real enjoyment irresistibly stole over the countenance of Alan, dispersing the emotion his mother's words produced.

    The Days of Bruce Vol 1 A Story from Scottish History

  • "My liege and brother," exclaimed Lady Campbell, eagerly, as she hastily led forward the Countess of Buchan, who sunk at once on her knee, overpowered by the emotion of a patriot, thinking only of her country, only of her sovereign, as one inspired by heaven to attempt her rescue, and give her freedom.

    The Days of Bruce Vol 1 A Story from Scottish History

  • "Is it so? then may we indeed be united, though not as I in my girlhood dreamed, my Isabella," said Lady Campbell, kindly parting the clustering curls, and looking fondly on the maiden's blushing face.

    The Days of Bruce Vol 1 A Story from Scottish History

  • The amazing Lady Campbell, who has spinal muscular atrophy, duly used her new dispensation to dramatic effect this week by expressing her opposition to euthanasia.

    Home | Mail Online

  • 'I find it difficult to speak for much more than a minute without running out of air and having to use a ventilator,' says Lady Campbell.

    Home | Mail Online

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