‘There is one more thing, baron ,’ the Advisor continued.
a press baron
A railroad baron then donated his property on Nob Hill for a diocesan cathedral.
The building had been around since the end of eighteenth century, planned by Lord Radcliffe, an English baron , who also was one of the first settlers of Greenwood.
At the funeral of Sir Joshua Reynolds in 1792, his body was borne to its resting place in St Paul's Cathedral by no less than three dukes, two marquesses, three earls, a viscount and a baron .
Even now I hardly care who it is whether it be a baron , a duke, an earl, or a lowly serf.
Our heroine goes in search of the fabled Pandora's Box in order to stop a bio-weapons baron opening it up.
Her parents were a baron and baroness and they had an older son as well that was to inherit the fief.
Happy is the press baron whose political and business interests work hand in hand - or fist in glove.
The previous baron and baroness retired, and so a new baron and baroness were created by the king.