Diane D. of Birmingham, England, who writes the blog Fat Girls Like Nice Clothes Too, concurs.
With a photograph of goalkeeper Robert Green on the England team's golf outing, the Sun screamed the headline, " PUTTER FINGERS."
Fortunately, by then he was in England carrying a steno pad, not in Tunisia hauling a howitzer.
The self-made spy finally convinced the Allies that he wanted to work for them and was smuggled into England.
He began his career as a reporter for a variety of newspapers and wire services in Canada and England.
After a while he took Agnes to England with him, and from thence to Portugal.
And jest when I was lookin' forward to luxury and palaces in England, and everything so grand!
I admit that the days of England's unique greatness are over.
This was her phrase for having entered on the dominions of England.
Both Ireland and England are famous for fine dairy products.
Old English Engla land, literally "the land of the Angles" (see English (n.1)), used alongside Angelcynn "the English race," which, with other forms, shows Anglo-Saxon persistence in thinking in terms of tribes before place. By late Old English times both words had come to be used with a clear sense of place; a Dane, Canute, is first to call himself "King of England." The loss of one of the duplicate syllables is a case of haplology.
One of the countries of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. London, Birmingham, Liverpool, and Manchester are in England.
Note: The king or queen of England is the king or queen of the United Kingdom.
Note: The name England is often used to refer to all of Great Britain.