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Sophie Dahl (born Sophie Holloway; 15 September 1977) is...

wikipedia - 13 Sep 2016
Sophie Dahl (born Sophie Holloway; 15 September 1977) is an English fashion model and author. As a writer, she completed her first novella in 2003 entitled The Man with the Dancing Eyes and followed this with Playing With the Grown-ups in 2008. In 2010 she wrote Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights, a cookery book which featured recipes that were recreated for a six-part BBC 2 series called The Delicious Miss Dahl.
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'You're an evil genius,' I told Ricky Gervais

Daily Mail - 14 Oct 2017
He was also a shameless name-dropper – and I say that as a compliment – so he'd have been thrilled by the star-studded turnout, including Stephen Fry, Nigella Lawson, Alastair Campbell and Sophie Dahl. Two invaluable life lessons stood out among the ...
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A Brief History of London Fashion Week

TVOvermind - 21 Sep 2017
However, a further controversy was sparked when size 14 Sophie Dahl strutted her stuff down the catwalk. It was much later before the issue of exhibiting clothes for regular women was addressed as Mark Jacobs was the first designer to launch a plus ...
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Genius Kitchen (blog) - 29 Sep 2017
Join comedian Courtney Rada as she travels across the country looking for the most delicious meat dishes you've ever (never?) seen. FAMILIAR FOOD FACES & CLASSICS. Nigella Lawson, Anthony Bourdain, Sophie Dahl, Duff Goldman, Iron Chef Japan!
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Remembering Roald Dahl – Author and Innovator

The Mancunion - 19 Sep 2017
I find it very difficult to say which one of Dahl's novels I love the most — as I have taken something valuable from them all. However, one of my all time favourite Dahl books is The BFG. The story — a young girl named Sophie who is abducted by a ...
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A bit of Dahl nonsense

New Zealand Herald - 19 Sep 2017
Looking scrumdidlyumptious! Some of the staff and pupils of St Joseph's School, Stratford who dressed up to celebrate Roald Dahl's birthday. "A little nonsense now and then, is relished by the wisest men." - quote from Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator.

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