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Albright, Armitage and Powell’s son, Michael, delivered eulogies.Colin Powell remembered for leadership, integrity and a love of ABBA and Marley at funeral|Felicia Sonmez, Donna Cassata|November 5, 2021|Washington Post
Walking Home By Simon Armitage The power of poetry alone fuels Simon Armitage on his epic walk along the Pennine Way.This Week’s Hot Reads: March 25, 2013|Nicholas Mancusi|March 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He settles his share of scores, most notably with Colin Powell, Condi Rice, Dick Armitage and the media.
He said he had seen the recent articles and was "working hard on Powell and Armitage."
Another Rumsfeld nemesis, as painted in these pages, was Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage.
Jacob Armitage, who listened to the conversation, immediately recognised the young man in question.
If we could defend the place against them, Jacob Armitage would be the first; but it is impossible, my dear boy.
Here Jacob Armitage had been born—for the cottage had been built by his grandfather—but he had not always remained at the cottage.
Jacob Armitage served King Charles, who employed him as a verderer in the forest, and paid him his wages.
We must now describe the cottage of Jacob Armitage, in which the children have in future to dwell.