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  • HALLAM - It's May Day 2009, and the Hallam Area Foundation is holding a Mexican dinner night to raise money for the ongoing effort to rebuild Hallam after the 2004 tornado.

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  • a noble excerpt given by Hallam from the Latin prose writings of

    A Study of Shakespeare

  • It was on the evening of the third day from that on which they had made their appearance in the settlement, that the man called Hallam was seen strolling, for the first time, through the postern so often named, and taking a direction which led towards the out-buildings.

    The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish

  • Not hard to imagine, he said, because the so-called Hallam tornado came close to the western edge of Lincoln.

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  • Although we lived so much in scientific society we had all along been on the most friendly and intimate terms with the literary society of the day, such as Hallam, Milman, Moore, Malthus, &c., &c. The highly intellectual conversation of these was enlivened by the brilliant wit of my early friend, Sydney Smith, who was loved and admired by every one.

    Personal Recollections, from Early Life to Old Age, of Mary Somerville

  • But it could be answered that if the main principle of the scheme was sound -- that is to say, if it was really desirable not to supplant but to supplement the histories of separate literatures, such as now exist in great numbers, by something like a new "Hallam," which should take account of all the simultaneous and contemporary developments and their interaction -- some sacrifice in point of specialist knowledge of individual literatures not only must be made, but might be made with little damage.

    The Flourishing of Romance and the Rise of Allegory (Periods of European Literature, vol. II)

  • If I had been born 'Hallam' I would have stood by the name just as firmly. "

    The Hallam Succession

  • "Hallam," said the principal personage of the four visiters, addressing him who might once have been, if he were not still, some subaltern in the forces of the Crown, for he was attired in a manner that bespoke him but a half-disguised dragoon, "I leave thee to entertain this goodly assemblage.

    The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish

  • A penalty from Sam Magri restored respectability, and when Hallam Hope reduced the deficit even further with seven minutes left, England dared to dream.

    Germany 3-2 England | Under-17s World Cup quarter-final match report

  • "Nottingham Forest recently appointed Steve McClaren as their new manager even though he once played for, and was assistant manager of, their arch-rivals Derby County," writes Jon Hallam.

    Which football teams have been referenced on album covers? | The Knowledge

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