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  • Nich Starling and Robin Combe - I would be very careful what you say in future.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • Nich Starling and Robin Combe - I would be very careful what you say in future.

    Officially Nominated

  • The name Combe is a common one; and some stupid fellow, who had seen the name in Shakspeare's will, and happened also to have seen the lines in a collection of epigrams, chose to connect the cases by attributing an identity to the two

    Biographical Essays

  • Combe is at the law there; we have the remembrance of intimacy with each other, & are always glad to meet; but we have no longer the same school boy pursuits, & it was only in these that any similarity ever existed between us.

    Letter 266

  • The house was a country residence in West Somersetshire, called Combe-Raven.

    No Name

  • Going to the south-westward towards the rising country that is now called Combe

    The Time Machine

  • There were months before I could be sent back to France, and during this time I stayed with this good Lord Rufton at his beautiful house of High Combe, which is at the northern end of Dartmoor.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • There were months before I could be sent back to France, and during this time I stayed with this good Lord Rufton at his beautiful house of High Combe, which is at the northern end of Dartmoor.

    The Adventures of Gerard

  • There were months before I could be sent back to France, and during this time I stayed with this good Lord Rufton at his beautiful house of High Combe, which is at the northern end of Dartmoor.

    Adventures Of Gerard

  • There were months before I could be sent back to France, and during this time I stayed with this good Lord Rufton at his beautiful house of High Combe, which is at the northern end of Dartmoor.

    The Adventures of Gerard

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