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  • At points it's a little too Psychoville, but with Kevin Eldon and Karen Taylor on board, it really should be turned into a full series.

    The weekend's TV highlights

  • And Eldon is saving money by using his computer skills to create one gift.

    Family learns how to find deals to stretch holiday gift budget

  • The series featured Spaced regulars Mark Heap, Julia Deakin, Peter Serafinowicz, and Simon Pegg as well as Kevin Eldon, Daisy Jones and Joseph Marcell.

    April 6th, 2009

  • Now my brother was called Eldon Ray Jr. and as my mother’s oldest daughter, I knew that the other sister wives were hoping to catch me in some trespass.

    Keep Sweet

  • The state's largest house will sit on 800 acres outside tiny Eldon, which is near Tom's native Ottumwa and -- talk about irony -- was the setting for Grant Wood's "American Gothic."

    American Gothic, Cathedral Size

  • His stomach hurt, and his digestion wasn't at all improved by the thing he'd just remembered: The tall fellow with the neat little point of a beard was called Eldon; Eldon even four years ago had been a master fencer, and before he was seventeen, he had already blooded his blades.

    Fortress Of Frost And Fire

  • A spacious range of elegant buildings is called Eldon Square: and in the

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 20, No. 568, September 29, 1832

  • This man, whom we will call Eldon, belonged to the class of bargain makers.

    Off-Hand Sketches

  • Eldon Scott , a director of Urban Space, compares the approach to building an "artificial reef."

    In Brooklyn, a Market of Steel

  • They come from seed stock that pioneered Texas, said Eldon White , vice president of the association.

    Cattle Numbers Dwindle

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