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List Of Ashes To Ashes Characters - 1980s Characters - Edward Markham
... Edward Markham (Adam James) is a banker in the City, and local playboy whom DCI Gene Hunt suspects of being behind the recent flood of drugs into London ... Gene Hunt's first line in the series is directed to Markham whom he tells, "Today, my friend, your diary entry will read, 'Took a prozzie hostage and was shot by three armed bastards.'" Alex uses her hostage ... In custody, Carling confiscates Markham's Walkman and gives it to WPC Shaz Granger ...
List Of Municipal Roads In Markham, Ontario
... While most major roads in Markham, Ontario are funded by the York Regional government, some of the main roads are funded by the Markham government ... The Markham government also funded all of the local, light-duty roads ... This article lists all the major municipal roads funded by Markham ...
Markham, Caerphilly
3°12′35″W / 51.706002°N 3.209790°W / 51.706002 -3.209790 Markham Markham OS grid reference SO165015 Principal area Caerphilly Ceremonial county Gwent ... Built as a planned garden village, it grew out of the need to employ Markham Colliery ... The village has a primary school, Markham Primary School, which is a feeder school of Pontllanfraith Comprehensive School, although some pupils move on to Blackwood ...
Mansfield Markham
... Mansfield Markham (13 December 1905 – 1971) was the second son of Sir Arthur Markham, and his wife, Lady Lucy Markham ...
Sir Arthur Markham, 1st Baronet
... Sir Arthur Basil Markham, 1st Baronet (25 August 1866 – 5 August 1916) was a British industrialist and politician ... Markham was born on 25 August 1866 at Brimington Hall in Brimington, near Chesterfield ... He was the son of Charles Markham who was part owner of the family coal mine, Markham Colliery, in Chesterfield ...

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    The grip that swung the ax in Illinois
    Was on the pen that set a people free.
    —Edwin Markham (1852–1940)

    How will it be with kingdoms and with kings—
    With those who shaped him to the thing he is—
    When this dumb Terror shall rise to judge the world,
    After the silence of the centuries?
    —Edwin Markham (1852–1940)

    Sprung from the West,
    He drank the valorous youth of a new world.
    The strength of virgin forests braced his mind,
    The hush of spacious prairies stilled his soul.
    His words were oaks in acorns; and his thoughts
    Were roots that firmly gript the granite truth.
    —Edwin Markham (1852–1940)