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Growing up in England, I was constantly surrounded by the Arthurian legend.
Jamie Campbell Bower
No, I chose the name Jane Seymour because I was doing my first film, 'Ode to Lovely War,' and one of the top agents in England spotted me dancing in the chorus. I was a singer and dancer in that movie with Maggie Smith, um, and he told me he couldn't sell me as Joyce Penelope Willomena Frankenburger.
That science has long been neglected and declining in England, is not an opinion originating with me, but is shared by many, and has been expressed by higher authority than mine.
Haiti is my country. The same way the Beatles are received in England - that's how Wyclef Jean is received in Haiti, do you know what I mean?
Local government in England is simply too big. Our lowest tier serves an average population of 118,500, while in the U.S. and across continental Europe the figures are more like several thousand.
Living in England was wonderfully civil and easy-going.
In England, there's no acknowledgement the invention of slavery came from Britain.
Coffee in England is just toasted milk.
In America, the policeman is a working-class hero. In England, the policeman is a working-class traitor.
Such night in England ne'er had been, nor ne'er again shall be.
Thomas Babington Macaulay
It's weird: The leader of the Conservative Party in England is two years younger than me, and I still don't really feel like a responsible adult.
The England team must always be respected. They always fight to the end.
I like Target. I like the ones in the Midwest, personally. We don't really have those in England yet.
Roger Andrew Taylor
At the moment there are some England players who are the stars of their club teams, but not for their country. It's difficult to explain.
To me, England is past its sell-by date. It's not the country I grew up in.
I can't leave England.
Scotland is the Canada of England!
In England, it's now Sir Ben. Mister has just disappeared. It's not even on my passport anymore. They've taken Mister away from me.
My life is really so much based in England.
I was sent to a nice Church of England girls' school and at that time, after university, a woman was expected to become a teacher, a nurse or a missionary - prior to marriage.
Up until the War of the Roses there had been continual conflict in England.
In England, I'm already labeled a rock photographer, which is a little insulting, because I'm not a rock photographer at all.
Novels by British writers are among my favorites because our family has enjoyed travel in England and because they are written with an economy of words as if they were written with a pen instead of a computer. Penelope Fitzgerald is a favorite.
In general, science journalism concerns itself with what has been published in a handful of peer-reviewed journals - Nature, Cell, The New England Journal of Medicine - which set the agenda.
My parents took me to the Bronte parsonage in England when I was a teenager. I had a fight with my mum, burst into tears, jumped over a stile and ran out into the moors. It felt very authentic: A moor really is an excellent place to have a temper tantrum.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
John F. Kennedy
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