The summer is over and the rain starts again as Peter Chambers tosses his sunglasses as he competes with Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley of Great Britain in the Lightweight Men's Four semifinals at Eton Dorney. Photograph:

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The summer is over and the rain starts again as Peter Chambers tosses his sunglasses as he competes with Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley of Great Britain in the Lightweight Men's Four semifinals at Eton Dorney.

Great Britain's, from left, Chris Bartley, Richard Chambers, Rob Williams and Peter Chambers stroke during a lightweight men's rowing four in Eton Dorney, near Windsor, England, at the 2012 Summer Olympics, Tuesday, July 31, 2012. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)

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"The Vicar of Dibley" cast - The Vicar of Dibley is a British sitcom created by Richard Curtis and written for its lead actress, Dawn French, by Curtis and Paul Mayhew-Archer, with contributions from Kit Hesketh-Harvey. [1994 to 2007].  Wikipedia. With Dawn French, Gary Waldhorn, James Fleet, Emma Chambers, Trevor Peacock, Liz Smith, Dawn French, Liz Smith, Gary Waldhorn, Roger Lloyd-Pack, John Bluthal.

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Great Britain's lightweight men's rowing four team, Chris Bartley, Richard Chambers, Rob Williams and Peter Chambers

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Great Britain's lightweight men's rowing four team, Chris Bartley, Richard Chambers, Rob Williams and Peter Chambers

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The book of days, a miscellany of popular antiquities in connection with the calendar, including anecdote, biography, & history, curiosities of literature and oddities of human life and character by Chambers, Robert, 1802-1871  Published 1863 Topics Days, Holidays, Fasts and feasts, Anecdotes -- Great Britain, Great Britain -- Antiquities SHOW MORE

1863 The book of days a miscellany of popular antiquities in connection with the calendar including anecdote biography & history curiosities of literature & oddities of human life & character by Robert Chambers

about the tower of london  The Tower of London, originally known as the White Tower, was commissioned by the first Norman king, William the Conqueror and work on it was underway by the 1070s. It was designed as a fortress-stronghold, a role that remained unchanged right up until the late 19th century.  The Tower of London was also used as a residence for monarchs of England, and it was traditionally used by monarchs in the run up to their coronation. However the Tower is most famous for its…

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Carreg Coetan Arthur is the name of a neolithic dolmen near Newport in North Pembrokeshire, Wales.[1]  Carreg Coetan Arthur dates from around 3000 BC and is the remains of a Neolithic burial chamber (also known as a quoit).  The remains consist of a 4 metre long capstone on smaller supporting rocks. It would have originally been earth covered but this has eroded away.  The site is managed by Cadw and it is a scheduled ancient monument.

Carreg Coetan Arthur, near Newport, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Carreg Coetan Arthur dates from around 3000 BC and is the remains of a Neolithic burial chamber (also known as a quoit). Photograph by Richard Law.

Britain's Peter Chambers, Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley smile with their silver medals after finishing a very close second in the men's lightweight four rowing

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Britain's Peter Chambers, Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley smile with their silver medals after finishing a very close second in the men's lightweight four rowing

Britain rowers, from right, Peter Chambers, Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley compete to win the silver medal in the men's lightweight four rowing final at the 2012 Summer Olympics in Eton Dorney, near Windsor, England, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. (AP Photo/Damien Meyer, Pool)

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Britain rowers, from right, Peter Chambers, Rob Williams, Richard Chambers and Chris Bartley compete to win the silver medal in the men's lightweight four rowing final at the 2012 Summer Olympics in Eton Dorney, near Windsor, England, Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012. (AP Photo/Damien Meyer, Pool)

Richard Chambers - Rowing. Men's lightweight double scull.

Richard Chambers - Rowing. Men's lightweight double scull.

Bodiam castle near Robertsbridge in East Sussex, England

Bodiam Castle in East Sussex, England, surrounded by a water-filled moat. Bodiam Castle is a moated castle near Robertsbridge in East Sussex, England. It was built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge.

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Men’s Rowing Lightweight Four: Team GB’s 2012 Olympic medal was a Silver won by: Brothers Peter and Richard Chambers, Rob Williams and Chris Bartley on Thursday August 2012 in a time of at Eton Dorney, Windsor.

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