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Thomas Donald Topley known as Don Topley or Toppers is a former English cricketer.

The Lady Sophia Louise Sydney Topley is the third child and second daughter of the 11th Duke of Devonshire and his wife, Deborah Mitford. She is the younger sister of the (present) 12th Duke.

Martina Topley-Bird English vocalist and songwriter

Martina Gillian Topley-Bird is an English vocalist, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist who first gained fame as the featured female vocalist on trip hop pioneer Tricky's debut album, Maxinquaye (1995). She also worked with him on his subsequent albums Nearly God and Pre-Millennium Tension. In 2003, Topley-Bird released her debut solo album, Quixotic, which was critically praised and earned her a Mercury Prize nomination.

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Topley is a village in northern British Columbia, Canada, located on the Yellowhead Highway between Houston and Burns Lake.

Topley Landing Provincial Park provincial park near Topley Landing in British Columbia, Canada

Topley Landing Provincial Park is a provincial park near Topley Landing in British Columbia, Canada.

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