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  • proper n. A town in Hampshire, England


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  • She told him about the pictures that she had seen since he had been away, and about Millie who was in the A.T.S. at Bordon, and about the lovely time that she had had last summer in the holiday camp in the Isle of Wight, all on two pounds ten.

    In Spite of Their Declaration of Bombs

  • Bordon, in turn also becomes fixated in an obsession of his own as they both race to become the greatest magician of all time.?

    The Prestige- Film Review

  • Angier and his manager could have made a clone before that incident, just to make Bordon (or the twin) feel satisfied for revenge maybe of his twin brother and by that they would be even so Bordon (or the twin) can be with the little girl (i remember when Angier's manager made a visit on his home and said that the child needs her father).

    REVIEW: The Prestige by Christopher Priest

  • Likewise, Christian Bale's portrayal of Bordon struck me as markedly less "stiff" than the guy I remember reading about ... but by the closing scene [:: mighty self-censorship to prevent spoilage::] he'd made a believer out of me.

    The Prestige

  • Mrs Crozier, living in Bordon, near Petersfield, Hants, said: We rang the MoD to tell them we were coming over and they gave us no advice other then to tell us to have a nice journey.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Instead she was farmed out to family friends, Major Jeremy Whitaker, a photographer, and his wife Philippa who lived in Headley Bordon in Hampshire.


  • So I went and worked with a family in Headley Bordon in Hampshire, Philippa and Jeremy Whitaker.


  • It was over Selborne, Bordon and Farnham that the helicopters now ceaselessly hummed and roared.

    Brave New World

  • They were a relatively small company that was able to communicate well with us and give us the time and attention we needed,'' Bordon said. Top Stories

  • Bordon also decided to put Blue Fang to work on another Learning Co. title. Top Stories


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