(1) Salisbury sent him on a diplomatic mission to North America.
(2) Salisbury Cathedral is remarkable for its high standard of craftsmanship.
(3) Lord Salisbury bought the picture at auction in London some years ago.
(4) Salisbury Plain was known anciently as Ellendune.
(5) In mid-afternoon, Salisbury was back under his white flag.
(6) Doubtless, Salisbury traders benefited from the weekly market despite the disruption to normal traffic.
(7) Meanwhile, Salisbury Cathedral has recently recruited girls as choristers.
(8) The Arnhem veteran had come from Salisbury for a memorial service.
(9) Had me take him into Salisbury to the oculist.
(10) Nor is the road between, say, Salisbury and Winchester necessarily medieval just because it now links the two medieval towns.
(11) Salisbury, quiet cathedral city, the county town of Wiltshire near to which is the village in which Mr Pecksniff lives.
(12) Salisbury spoke-with great emotion, almost in tears-of his lifelong friendship.
(13) Salisbury, Butler and Macmillan spoke kind words.
(14) Visitors to Salisbury Cathedral will be given a special voucher in the form of a parchment scroll.
(15) Salisbury Plain had changed little since Blake's day.
(16) Something about that visit to the oculist in Salisbury with Marcus, he wrote.
(17) In November, Salisbury, a chivalric figure, was killed, the victim of a cannonball.
(18) Today they're flying low over Salisbury Plain, undertaking roughly similar work.
(19) He was arrested on suspicion of burglary at Salisbury in Wiltshire at the weekend.
(20) He picked up two hitch-hikers on the road to Salisbury.
(21) When I was a small boy, quite serious fires seemed to occur in Salisbury with great frequency. Sentencedict.com
(22) For a time he served as canon and treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral, having been ordained a priest several years before.
(23) I could see what he meant when we turned up the other day for evensong at Salisbury Cathedral.
(24) Telecanvassing is now up and running very efficiently in Salisbury and will continue to flourish and we will soon reap the rewards.
(25) Read in studio A military operation involving four thousand servicemen has ended with a dramatic finale over Salisbury Plain.
(26) Firstly, that the batsmen were struggling against spin, and secondly, that it was against Salisbury.
(27) After an uneasy eighteen months he was in a stronger position than any Conservative leader since Lord Salisbury.
(28) Another of Gran's memories was witnessing the last public hanging in Salisbury when she was twelve.
(29) Apart from its situation and its unity of style, Salisbury is also remarkable for its high standard of craftsmanship.
(30) Coverdale worked on generating team spirit and inter-dependence - including manoeuvres on Salisbury Plain that involved treasure hunts and making rope ladders.
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