Byron has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Batavian - Online News. Community Views.' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Byron was highly popular in January last year.
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[...] utility pole by Batavia HS on State Street, submitted by a reader. This is from 7030 Lyman Road, Byron, Honqualac Haven Farm. This last two photos are from Jim Elmore on Galloway Road, Batavia. NOTE: [...]
[...] the offensive zone as he tried to carry it in. The Habs came back the other way with Galchenyuk, Byron, and Shea Weber. Galchenyuk threw it towards the net and Byron was able to make an impressive tip [...]
[...] , completely rewrote her Broadband Deployment Act bill that no longer carries the same name. Byron revised her controversial bill multiple times, and whittled it down to the point that it will no [...]
[...] this period. Many men of culture stopped for a time in this area: the poet Percy B.Shelley, Lord Byron, Manzoni, Puccini and D'Annunzio. The city is 23.76 miles to Pisa, 17.67 miles to Massa, 29.87 [...]
[...] eyes and muddy boots.” Stephen finds himself early when he requires a stand in service of the Byron, whom his classmates think about immoral and a heretic, on becoming alienated from his classmates. [...]
[...] , it isn’t as much of a need as the middle of the ice but he can always add more depth. Ideally, Byron, Shaw and even promising rookie Artturi Lehkonen would be best served in the bottom-six. So if [...]
[...] on Commerce and Labor in the Virginia General Assembly. It was introduced by Delegate Kathy Byron, a Republican representing the 22nd District, which includes parts of Bedford, Campbell and [...]
[...] of the western way of life". No Shelley speaks for the poor, no Blake for utopian dreams, no Byron damns the corruption of the ruling class, no Thomas Carlyle and John Ruskin reveal the moral [...]
[...] who prefer chain restaurants should pop by Liverpool One which is home to the likes of Chaophraya, Byron and Wagamamas to name but a few, if you prefer independents check out Hope Street where [...]