After graduating from Leeds, Warsi set up her own law practice in dewsbury before venturing into politics.
Colonel and Mrs. dewsbury were rampant as two chained lions, who long to get loose and tear somebody to pieces.
I wish to goodness you could have put Mrs. dewsbury off for to-morrow, Mary!
Mr. Brontë remained for five years at Hartshead, in the parish of dewsbury.
For the first minute or so, Mrs. dewsbury did not believe her own eyes.
Miss dewsbury smiled, the smile that means "When you poor dear, silly men have done talking, then you shall hear something."
She is one of the dewsbury family—of Mrs. dewsbury's, at any rate—and I am but a dependent in it.
I placed him in complete control, to the intense joy of Miss dewsbury and the disgust of the older members of the staff.
Miss dewsbury tells me that it's not necessary now to say what these were.
Lady dewsbury has, in fact, left the decision to the judgment of myself and the colonel.