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Definition of Taplings

Taplings
Taplings Tap"lings, n. pl. The strong double leathers by which the two parts of a flail are united. --Halliwell.

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- Thomas Keay Tapling (30 October 1855 – 11 April 1891) was an English businessman and politician. He pla**** first-cl**** cricket and was also an eminent...
- Commander John Tapling Fremantle, 5th Baron Cottesloe, 6th Baron Fremantle, DL, JP (22 January 1927 – 21 May 2018) was a British baron in the Peerage...
- The Tapling Collection of postage stamps was donated to the British Museum from the estate of Thomas Tapling in 1891. The probate value of the Tapling collection...
- reprimanded by Pellew and punished by being made to run the gauntlet. Soon as Mr Tapling from the diplomatic service arrives, he and Hornblower head as**** to Oran...
- Language book cover – the book is often referred to by the abbreviation TAPL). When written in all lowercase letters, as awk, it refers to the Unix or...
- World War, as war reparations. A close rival was Thomas Tapling (1855 – 1891), whose Tapling Collection was donated to the British Museum. Several European...
- Pancras. The collections were established in 1891 with the donation of the Tapling collection; they steadily developed and now comprise over 25 major collections...
- strong collection which he sold to Thomas Tapling in 1882 for £3000. Image's collection was more complete than Tapling's, who at first intended to sell his...
- Cruelest Month Peggy Asks 1998 Hornblower: The Examination for Lieutenant Mr. Tapling TV film 1999 The Auteur Theory Sir Maximilian Fair Brown 1999 Joseph and...
- dealer, stamps acquired by Haslett subsequently found their way into the Tapling Collection, which is now part of the British Library Philatelic Collections...
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