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... Sir Timothy Shelley had at first agreed to support his grandson, Percy Florence, only if he were handed over to an appointed guardian ... She managed instead to wring out of Sir Timothy a limited annual allowance (which she had to repay when Percy Florence inherited the estate), but to the end of his days ... Sir Timothy threatened to stop the allowance if any biography of the poet were published ...
... Although Aunt Minerva's husband, Sir Timothy, is the very opposite of the lady, he is an invalid and allows Lady Broome to do what she wishes ... Everything in Staplewood is very formal, with Sir Timothy in one part of the house and Torquil in another ... Then Mr Phillip Broome arrives, Sir Timothy's beloved nephew ...
... Sir Bysshe Shelley was succeeded by his eldest son, Timothy, from his first marriage ... Upon his death, Sir Timothy became the second Baronet ... Upon the death of Sir Timothy, Percy Florence Shelley became the third Baronet ...
... Character First appearance Last appearance Notes Sir Timothy Hunter The Books of Magic #5 "The Hidden School" The Books of Magic #20 "Playgrounds Epilogue The Knight, The Dragon The Maiden" Sir Timothy ... Sir Timothy was convinced that he lived in luxury and was master of his own destiny, when in reality he lived in a cardboard box and carried out the demon's bidding ... Barbatos keeps Sir Timothy in line by providing him with his favourite distraction - a neverending series of young, docile Molly O'Reillies that he ...
... no official Royal style who sometimes appear in listings VAdm Sir Timothy Laurence (The Princess Royal's second and current husband) Mr Mrs Peter Phillips (The Princess Royal's son by Capt Mark Phillips, and his wife ... of Wales, the mother of HRH The Duke of Cambridge and HRH Prince Harry) The Rt Hon Sir Angus Ogilvy, who died in 2004, was the husband of Princess Alexandra, The Hon Lady Ogilvy and a first-cousin-in law of ... in the same way as it is today with The Princess Royal's current husband, Sir Timothy Laurence ...
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“Drink no longer water, but use a little wine for thy stomachs sake and thine often infirmities.”
—Bible: New Testament 1 Timothy 5:23.
“There are a sort of men whose visages
Do cream and mantle like a standing pond,
And do a willful stillness entertain,
With purpose to be dressed in an opinion
Of wisdom, gravity, profound conceit,
As who should say, I am Sir Oracle,
And when I ope my lips let no dog bark!”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)