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  • proper noun A town in West Sussex, England

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Examples

  • 132 ARUNDEL - your Lordfliip's letters to me, whereby you lament your difability by age and rank from taking perfonal vengeance upon Arundel: from that moment I adopted your revenge, and, having once given him a tafte of my fword, I mean now to give him a full meal of it.

    Arundel

  • Looking forward to having you all to perform in Arundel in my haunted prison. on March 25, 2010 at 9: 41 am | Reply Mamet-y Glans « Nathaniel Tapley

    Episode 4: A Grave Mistake « In The Gloaming Podcasts

  • Just how many inauguration revelers are bunking in Anne Arundel is unknown.

    Open Bars - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Just how many inauguration revelers are bunking in Anne Arundel is unknown.

    Open Bars - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • We were talking about Howard Flight's sacking in Arundel and South Downs and he told me a wonderful tale about how parliamentary selections were run in the 'good' old days.

    The Seventeen Year Long Silence of Sir Harry Kerby MP

  • Strange how he doesn't mention the fact that Nick Herbert, who won Arundel, is gay too and has a huge majority.

    Shame on you Simon Heffer

  • Strange how he doesn't mention the fact that Nick Herbert, who won Arundel, is gay too and has a huge majority.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • As Lord Lumley's own father was put to death in 1537, this was evidently addressed to his father-in-law, who has written his name Arundel on the first page.

    English Book Collectors

  • I remember Sussex, and as I remember it I must, if only for example, set down my roll-call of such names, as -- Fittleworth, where the Inn has painted panels; Amberley in the marshes; delicate Fernhurst, and Ditchling under its hill; Arundel, that is well known to every one; and Climping, that no one knows, set on a lonely beach and lost at the vague end of an impassable road; and

    The Path to Rome

  • As a parting gift she bestowed on him a swift white horse called Arundel, and very proud was Bevis as he rode away at the head of the army beside the commander.

    The Red Romance Book

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