The Guard (w Don Cheadle)    Sergeant Gerry Boyle, a salty village cop in Ireland, has a subversive sense of humor, a caustic wit, and an uncanny knack for keeping people at arm's length. When a straitlaced FBI agent chasing an international drug-smuggling ring hits town, Boyle has no intention of letting the arrival disrupt his routine of hookers and wisecracks. Initially, he relishes offending and ridiculing the agent, but a murder and a series of peculiar events draw the reluctant…

The Guard (w Don Cheadle) Sergeant Gerry Boyle, a salty village cop in Ireland, has a subversive sense of humor, a caustic wit, and an uncanny knack for keeping people at arm's length. When a straitlaced FBI agent chasing an international drug-smuggling ring hits town, Boyle has no intention of letting the arrival disrupt his routine of hookers and wisecracks. Initially, he relishes offending and ridiculing the agent, but a murder and a series of peculiar events draw the reluctant…

Don Cheadle, Rick Perry, and Climate Change's Impact on One Texas Town

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Don Cheadle, Rick Perry, and Climate Change's Impact on One Texas Town

Royal Winton Grimwades "Cheadle" 5 1/2" Jug | A Royal Winton design first introduced in the 1930s and continued through to the 1950s. Named after the market town in Staffordshire, Cheadle has summer flowers in pink, yellow and white, with small blue harebells and cerise buds on a creamy ground.

Royal Winton Grimwades "Cheadle" 5 1/2" Jug | A Royal Winton design first introduced in the 1930s and continued through to the 1950s. Named after the market town in Staffordshire, Cheadle has summer flowers in pink, yellow and white, with small blue harebells and cerise buds on a creamy ground.

Pugin's Gem - This is the inside of St Giles Catholic church in the Market town of Cheadle in Staffordshire. It was built by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, who was commissioned by John Talbot, 16th Earl of Shrewsbury to create a church that "would have no rival". To achieve his aim, Talbot gave Pugin unlimited resources with which to build it. The church is more commonly known as 'Pugin's Gem'. Some info taken from - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheadle,_Staffordshire

Pugin's Gem - This is the inside of St Giles Catholic church in the Market town of Cheadle in Staffordshire. It was built by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, who was commissioned by John Talbot, 16th Earl of Shrewsbury to create a church that "would have no rival". To achieve his aim, Talbot gave Pugin unlimited resources with which to build it. The church is more commonly known as 'Pugin's Gem'. Some info taken from - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheadle,_Staffordshire

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