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Bishop Of London - List of Bishops
1406 1407 Nicholas Bubwith Formerly Master of the Rolls (1402–1405) and Keeper of the Privy Seal (1405–1406). 1505 ... William Barons Formerly Master of the Rolls (1502–1504) ... Tunstall Formerly Dean of Salisbury (1521–1522) and Master of the Rolls (1516–1522) ...
Tayo Rolls
... Tayo Rolls Limited (formerly Tata-Yodogawa Limited) is a metal fabrication and processing company headquartered in Jamshedpur, India and a subsidiary of Tata Steel ... Tayo Rolls' products are primarily cast rolls, forged rolls, special castings and pig iron ... Tayo Rolls is listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange with code no.504961 ...
Close Roll
... The Close Rolls are an administrative record created in medieval England by the royal chancery, in order to preserve a central record of all letters close issued by the chancery in the name of the Crown ... The first Close Roll was started in 1204 (in the reign of King John), under the Chancellorship of Hubert Walter ... texts of the letters were written on sheets of parchment, which were stitched together into long rolls to form a roll for each year ...
Llangattock-Vibon-Avel - History
... graveyard five memorial tombs to members of the Rolls family, including Charles Rolls, of Rolls Royce fame ... built on the site of an earlier house in 1877, for John Rolls, who later took the title of Baron Llangattock ... housed in a school building commissioned by John Rolls at the same time as the manor house, for the children of workers on the family's estate ...

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    The figured wheel rolls through shopping malls and prisons,
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    Robert Pinsky (b. 1940)

    And this, because the heart in thee is the heart of all; not a valve, not a wall, not an intersection is there anywhere in nature, but one blood rolls uninterruptedly an endless circulation through all men, as the water of the globe is all one sea, and, truly seen, its tide is one.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

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