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The 21st Psalm (The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want)
 
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Is a [[Psalm]] from the [[Book of Psalms]]. It is often sung as a hymn.
 
Is a [[Psalm]] from the [[Book of Psalms]]. It is often sung as a hymn.
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Other hymns, To Be a Pilgrim, Onward christian soldiers, Eternal Father, Strong to Save (For Those in Peril on the Sea), Rock of ages, battle hymn of the republic, Amazing Grace,
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Carols. Silent night, oh little town of bethlehem, once in royal davids city, away in a manger (kid's hymn), little donkey (kid's hymn)
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Essay: The values of british consevatism

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The East Midlands: The East Midlands is a region of England. It comprises of the Counties of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Northamptonshire and south and central Lincolnshire. Peterborough in Cambridgeshire and Burton_Upon_Trent in Staffordshire are often included but not officially part of the region. Population 4,500000. The largest city in the region is Leicester however Greater Nottingham is the largest urban area which itself is part of the unofficial Nottingham/Derby/Mansfield metropolitan area.

The 21st Psalm (The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want) Is a Psalm from the Book of Psalms. It is often sung as a hymn.

Other hymns, To Be a Pilgrim, Onward christian soldiers, Eternal Father, Strong to Save (For Those in Peril on the Sea), Rock of ages, battle hymn of the republic, Amazing Grace,

Carols. Silent night, oh little town of bethlehem, once in royal davids city, away in a manger (kid's hymn), little donkey (kid's hymn)


Essay: The values of british consevatism