Costa was to prove himself equally boorish when, ten minutes into the second-half, he headbutted Martins Indi, a Dutch midfielder.
A graduate of Central Saint Martins, Kane drew industry-wide acclaim just out of college with an imaginative senior collection.
To fill demand, the Martins collaborated with baker John Gendusa who developed a 40-inch loaf of French bread to reduce waste.
Today, fashion students from Saint Martins still head to clubs, now in artsy Dalston and Shoreditch, decked in their own designs.
To show their solidarity with the strikers, the Martins gave their union brothers free sandwiches.
What is it, then, that the Swallows and Martins do to make their nests adhere?
"I preferred that to having Ruth at a house party at the Martins," she said quietly.
The Cour de Bade, at which excellent hotel the Martins were installed, received on the day we have just chronicled a new arrival.
The Martins ought not to have run away in the middle of our distress.
A few additions may be made to Mr. Martins list of his extant writings.
kind of swallow-like bird (Chelidon urbica), 1580s, from Scot. martoune (mid-15c.), from Middle French martin, from the masc. proper name in some sense. Writers in 17c. said it was named for St. Martin of Tours (d. 397 C.E.), whose festival day (Martinmas) is Nov. 11, about the time the birds depart.
Martin Mar·tin (mär'tn), Lillien Jane. 1851-1943.
American psychologist who is noted for her pioneering work in gerontology.