But his horse, Devon Loch, fell down short of the finish line.
As the deadline for the list approached, I talked to my friend and fellow writer Devon Maloney.
Devon James, on the other hand, is more pleased—albeit with a caveat.
I read that you recorded it at a converted barn in Devon, UK.
She also translated a French novel for the publisher Andre Deutsch while in Devon.
His father was a man of good family and position at Ilsington in Devon.
I can work upon my notes for the autumn book in Devon better than in London.
In addition to the works on Devon Post, which were manned by the Regiment, a half-company picquet was told off nightly.
Murray's Handbook for Devon and Cornwall, omissions noticed, 4.
Zoomerzett and Devon a vighting; and the Doones have drashed 'em both.
county name, Old English Defena(scir), late 9c., "(territory of the) Dumnonii," a Celtic name. As a type of cattle, from 1834.