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He egressed an edifice and people think it remarkable.
She loved solid elements of carbon but was hesitant to return them to her benefactor at the closure.
Zsa Zsa Gabor
He saw the aftermath of a terrible road accident. It gave him poetic insight. Alas, rubber duck. In the City of Light.
He vehemently promoted the idea of a British supremacy over an uncivilised world... until his son was killed at the First Battle of the Somme.
Painted quite attractive pictures of landscapes, people... talented, avant garde musician. Painted a monarch. The wind came out of his didgeridoo when his parachute got him stuck in a yew tree.
A poster image of all that is American. He was there at Bunker's Hill, Yorktown... pulled his sword out of retirement for New Orleans. First Bull Run, Antietam, Chancellorsville, Second Manassas. Saw the surrender of the Japanese at Iwo Jima.
'Artist' who raised massive profits for a food company. Black polo neck sweaters. Strange but interesting friends.
The master of 'The Right Place at the Right Time'. Boer War... No Show. Third Balkan War... No Show. First World War... No Show. Industrial Upheavals in the UK... No Show... World War Two... "It's about time!"
Three movies. Immortalised. His last film has his character's first appearance leaning on a horse's ass.
"You killed Miles and you're going over for it!" Movie quote.
"I've heard that you're a low-down, Yankee liar." Movie quote.
"My politics come out of the barrel of a gun."
"Artillery is the god of war."
"I have nothing against the brutality of these Nazi types, Hans... it's that ******* salute of theirs... I will end up getting an eye poked out."