But his horse, Devon Loch, fell down short of the finish line.
As the deadline for the list approached, I talked to my friend and fellow writer Devon Maloney.
Devon James, on the other hand, is more pleased—albeit with a caveat.
I read that you recorded it at a converted barn in Devon, UK.
She also translated a French novel for the publisher Andre Deutsch while in Devon.
His father was a man of good family and position at Ilsington in Devon.
All the charity, all the gifts were for the members of the crew of the Pride of Devon.
In addition to the works on Devon Post, which were manned by the Regiment, a half-company picquet was told off nightly.
There we saw the castle where Kingsley's Rose of Devon was imprisoned.
Zoomerzett and Devon a vighting; and the Doones have drashed 'em both.
county name, Old English Defena(scir), late 9c., "(territory of the) Dumnonii," a Celtic name. As a type of cattle, from 1834.