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Roy Plamo It also has views of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, where the Napiers are members of the congregation.
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But as the Napiers soon discovered, peanut butter was at the center of a nationwide outbreak of salmonella.
The Napiers are quite unlike the kind of people she usually meets.
On the streets, some were worried, like the Napiers (ph), whose son was on life support when power vanished.
The two fresh ambulances were both Napiers, and I hastily consulted
The odd makes had been weeded out and the whole lot were now Napiers.
At that time the cars, Argylls, Napiers, Siddeley-Deaseys, and a Crossley, inscribed "Frank Crossley, the Pet of Poperinghe," were just parked haphazard in the open square, some with their bonnets one way and some another -- it just depended which of the two drives up to camp had been chosen.
In the small church is an old Norman font covered with carvings of interlaced ropes and heads; also some memorials of a local family, the Napiers, one of which is a refreshing change in regard to its inscription, which runs:
Wanderings in Wessex An Exploration of the Southern Realm from Itchen to Otter
Vehemence and impatience can do harm to the best causes, and the lives of men like the Napiers and the Lawrences, like Thomas Arnold and Charles Kingsley, like John
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