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  • The Dean of Westminster and one of the Abbey's chaplains also spoke.

    An English Thanksgiving, 1942

  • But when the Abbey's doors opened, 3,000 uniformed men and women poured down the aisles.

    An English Thanksgiving, 1942

  • Kate Winslet is a lock as Mildred Pierce, and I'm hoping Idris Elba also garnering a comedy guest-actor nod for The Big C will triumph in the title role of the riveting Luther, while Downton Abbey's hilarious Maggie Smith isn't likely to be forgotten.

    Critic's Notebook: The Emmy Nominations

  • Two years later, Mr. Horta-Osorio was appointed Abbey's CEO, and led the bank through its acquisition and integration of U.K. lender Alliance and Leicester and the Bradford & Bingley savings business, as well as its rebranding earlier this year to Santander U.K.

    Santander U.K. Head to Become Lloyds CEO

  • She has chosen Abbey's Infamous Cheesecake as the challenge.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • She has been the Abbey's main organist since 1995.

    Colorado Retreat with a Chant Focus

  • There was general approval of Abbey's nomination from conservationists, off-roaders and oil and gas officials.

    Obama Names Bob Abbey To Run BLM

  • Couldn't be more appropriate with Mr. Abbey's plan.

    Abbey Lane: They're Back - NASA Watch

  • Now that they are practically empty-nesters, Downton Abbey's Earl and Countess of Grantham resolve to take a leaf out of that nice Sarah Beeny's book and convert their pile into a wedding/conference-venue-and-upscale-B&B.

    Everything will be better next year!

  • Now, if someone hails my cab and says, "Take me to Westminster Abbey", I just think, OK, Westminster Abbey's there – it's north, south, east or west – what's the most direct route?

    How I remember: The taxi driver

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