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  • The flat has stunning twin aspect/panoramic views., is modern & airey.

    George Orwell's Langford Court flat is for sale

  • He makes amends, however, for this, for he describes the nags bred on their high grounds, as very different from our present hackney-coach horses; they "are airey and sinewy, full of spirits and vigour, in shape like the _barbe_, they rid ground, and gather courage and delight in their own speed."

    On the Portraits of English Authors on Gardening, with Biographical Notices of Them, 2nd edition, with considerable additions

  • My New Year's Resolutions have gone to airey nothing.

    Bab: A Sub-Deb

  • "Oh, Corney, just look at that kitty on the airey railings!"

    The Prophet of Berkeley Square

  • If the butcher hands a leg of mutton to the cook over the airey railings, the cook hands him back six and nine -- or whatever it is -- and takes his bill and receipt.

    Hide and Seek

  • Chris Stewart's desriptions of the area and the local people were not airey fairy but was full of love and humour and shows that it is possible for an English family to move into the "wilds" of Spain and fit in, rather than congregating along the coast and only mixing with the ex-pat community.

  • It's kind of ironic that the advert before the video on the News of the World site was the army advert "Be the Best". posted by colette airey on January 21st, 2009 at 3: 24 pm

    British Blogs

  • Wow, Jane i LOVE your house it so bright, airey and fresh, what a great place to be on a dull winters day, and especially with all thoes flowers!!!



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