Thorpe

Thorpe is a variant of the Middle English word thorp, meaning hamlet or small village. It may also refer to one of the following:

Read more about Thorpe:  Places in England, People

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Lillian Van Der Woodsen - Recurring Characters - Other Characters - Russell Thorpe
... Portrayed by Michael Boatman in season four, Russell Thorpe is a longtime friend of Bart Bass who started in the real estate market around the same time together ... After Bart stole most of his deals and wrecked many of his business plans, Thorpe essentially was run out of town and went to Chicago to build his own empire there ...
St. Lawrence's Church, Thorpe - Current Parish Status
... It is in the United Benefice of Farndon with Thorpe and Hawton with Cotham All Saints' Church, Hawton St ... Lawrence's Church, Thorpe St ...
Switchback Railroad Trail
... Switchback Rail-Trail is a rail trail in Jim Thorpe, PA ... on the former right-of-way of the Mauch Chunk Switchback Railway from Summit Hill to Jim Thorpe ... of Summit Hill that allows riders to enjoy a 100% downhill ride to the town of Jim Thorpe ...
Thorpe, East Riding Of Yorkshire
53°54′29″N 0°29′19″W / 53.908016°N 0.488629°W / 53.908016 -0.488629 Thorpe Thorpe hamlet Thorpe OS grid reference SE993468 Civil ...
List Of Celebrity Judoka - Musicians
... Billy Thorpe (rock musician of Billy Thorpe and the Aztecs) learned judo from a coach of Anton Geesink in Brisbane, Australia ... Thorpe used judo to throw two policemen who attacked him in a violent false arrest in Sydney, Australia in 1964 ...

Famous quotes containing the word thorpe:

    Greater love hath no man than this, that he lay down his friends for his life.
    —Jeremy Thorpe (b. 1929)