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Mr. Pilkington in a sentence

1. Both Napoleon and Mr. Pilkington, one of the farmers, play the Ace of Spades at the same time and both sides begin fighting loudly over who cheated first.

2. As the abusive and rarely sober farmer, Mr. Jones (Pete Postlethwaite), struggles with debt to neighbor farmer Mr. Pilkington (Alan Stanford), Old Major (Peter Ustinov), the prize boar at Manor Farm, holds a meeting with all the animals in the barn.

3. He was appointed manager at Mersehead Farm (now an RSPB nature reserve), where he resided for a number of years, his brother Joe Wright, taking over the training of the dogs for Mr. Pilkington.

4. He had a dog in the last four at Waterloo Cup meetings on three occasions, and while acting as trainer for the late Mr Pilkington he trained "Phoebus," the winner of the £1000 championship at Kempton Park, London.

5. And if the quality continues to remain at the standard demonstrated in episode one of this new series, long may Ricky and Steven continue to torture the wonderful Mr. Pilkington."

6. After the excitement of spending, he concludes with a further list of debts: "Mistres Standen £1000, Sir Michael Hix £2000, Mr Thomas Spencer £400, Mr Morrall £400, Richard Way £500, Mistres Roads £400, Mr Thornes £200, Humfrey Lee my Cosen £150, Mistres Jane Bostok £140, J Culcupe £50, Mr Pilkington £50, Mr Cole £100, Mr Trist £100, Marye Corbet my Sister £200, Mr Sidley £100, Mr Tutchborne £100."

7. Mr Pilkington, was an easy-going gentleman-farmer who spent most of his time in fishing or hunting according to the season.