University of East Anglia climatologist Phil Jones followed in his footsteps when some emails of his leaked to the press.
The research describes the derring-do of a team of scientists working at University of East Anglia.
In them the pretty village is normal, the plain hamlet exceptional; in East Anglia the contrary rule prevails.
And one will notice that Dickens is much in evidence in East Anglia.
In East Anglia the greens are often of remarkable size and beautifully kept.
Cantua has no power now, and East Anglia is held by Guthrun for me.
Just now she was wondering why they had not told her before yesterday of Ethelbert of East Anglia, his coming and its purpose.
So he sent an army to East Anglia, and took possession of it.
In the neck, so to say, of this natural pass into East Anglia lies the town of Cambridge.
It, again, nests annually in East Anglia, thanks to protection.