gaskell gaskell  /ˈɡæ skəl/


  • (n) English writer who is remembered for her biography of Charlotte Bronte (1810-1865)



  1. Suspect in bank robbery spree captured

    Trevor Gaskell, of Warren, was arrested and charged in connection with two robberies in Swansea, and police believe he also held up banks in Cranston, Warren, and in Connecticut.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: WPRI Providence

  2. Police arrest suspect in series of bank heists, including two in Swansea

    A man who alledgedly robbed banks in Swansea, Warren, R.I., and Cranston, R.I., as well as Connecticut, has been taken into custody. Swansea police Det. Patrick A. Mooney said police have arrested Trevor Krous-Gaskell, 33, in his home at 15 Touisett Point Road, Warren, on Sunday, June 9.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Fall River Herald News

  3. Warren man suspected in three-state bank robbery spree

    A Warren man suspected of robbing banks in three states is being held at the ACI after three separate police departments and the FBI served arrest warrants at his Touisset Road home Sunday morning. Trevor Krous-Gaskell, 33, who lives with his mother at 15 Touisset Road, faces a Warren charge of second degree robbery for [...]
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Warren Times-Gazette


  • Marx wrote that "The present splendid brotherhood of fiction writers in England [Dickens, Thackeray, Charlotte Brönte and Elizabeth Gaskell] ...... have issued to the world more political and social truths than have been uttered by all the...
    on Apr 10, 2005 By: Karl Marx Source: Swans

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