King Mark

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Mark, King

Mark, King

Mark, King

Mark, King

DJ Mark The 45 King

DJ Mark The 45 King (b. 1961)

Tristan’s Answer to King Mark Moral and Philosophical Questions

William: King and Conqueror, by Mark Hagger

BARTY-KING, Mark Baxter (1938 - 2006), Chairman, Wade & Doherty Literary Agency, since 2004

ROWLEY, Hugh Edward (died 1938), Archdeacon of King William’s Town since 1921; Rector of St Mark’s, Cambridge, since 1935

HADDEN, Robert Henry (1854 - 1909), Vicar of St Mark’s, North Audley Street, W; Hon. Chaplain to HM King Edward VII from 1901

GEE, Richard (1817 - 1902), Canon of Windsor from 1894; Hon. Chaplain to the King from 1901; Warden of St Mark’s School from 1885

Mark R. F. Williams. The King’s Irishmen: The Irish in the Exiled Court of Charles II, 1649–1660.

Henry VIII and His Afterlives: Literature, Politics, and Art, ed. Mark Rankin, Christopher Highley and John N. King

5. Preached to the King, at White-Hall, the first of April, 1627. [Mark 4: 24]

Joan Mark. The King of the World in the Land of the Pygmies. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 1995. Pp. xvi, 276. $30.00

HERBERT, Percy Mark (1885 - 1968), Clerk of the Closet to the Queen, 1952–63 (to King George VI, 1942–52)

WRIGHT, Mark Robinson (1854 - 1944), Emeritus Professor of Education in Durham University, King’s College, Newcastle; Professor, 1895–1920; JP Northumberland

TODD, Ian (Pelham) (1921 - 2015), Consulting Surgeon: King Edward VII Hospital for Officers, since 1989 (Consultant Surgeon, 1972–89); St Bartholomew’s Hospital, since 1981 (Consultant Surgeon, 1958–81); St Mark’s Hospital, since 1986 (Consultant Surgeon, 1954–86)


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In Arthurian legend, the king of Cornwall and the husband of Isoud of Ireland, who is brought to Mark by her lover Tristram; various Tristram stories represent the king as nobly trusting, or as a treacherous coward. See Tristram and Isoud.

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