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About 25 miles east, the area around the tiny town of Becket seems even more rural than the rest of the region, making it an unlikely candidate to host a preeminent dance festival each year.In the Berkshires, smaller attractions pack a big punch|Necee Regis|August 5, 2022|Washington Post
Sharples was brought on after Frank Gehry's replacement Ellerbe Becket's designs were compared to an airplane hangar.
They have even convinced Stanford University to establish a Becket-funded “Center for Religious Liberty.”The ‘Religious Liberty’ Bullies and Their Fight Against LGBT Equality|Jay Michaelson|March 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Becket general counsel Kyle Duncan revealed this week that the company would defy the mandate while its appeal is in the works.
Note to royal couple: Stay away from Canterbury Cathedral, where Thomas à Becket was whacked near the stairs to the crypt.
"Becket" is the best and most ambitious of them, though not, as "Queen Mary" is, a play designed for the stage.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII|John Lord
Accordingly Becket excommunicated the Archbishop of York and the assistant bishops who had officiated on the occasion.Little Folks|Various
It was the beginning of that fierce contest in England which was made memorable by the martyrdom of Becket.
He saw the genius of Becket and made him his chancellor, loading him with honors and perquisites and Church benefices.
Becket as metropolitan of the English Church was second in rank only to the King himself.