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English actor on stage and in films (1908-1990)

English rock star

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23rd President of the United States (1833-1901)

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Sadly, the magnetic, energetic, multi-talented, difficult, rude, untameable Tom Harrisson died in a freak road accident in Thailand in 1976.
Mr Harrisson said: 'The failure of TransTec has caused the company great difficulty - but all our energies are being directed to its development.
IN PRINT One of the creations of fashion designer Amanda Harrisson, inset
Denis Harrisson est professeur a l'Ecole des sciences de la gestion, UQAM.
Since the Ambedkar Stadium was not included in the initial list of venues selected for inspection, we will now request Harrisson to inspect that ground too," Alberto Colaco, general secretary of the All India Football Federation ( AIFF), told M AIL T ODAY .
Correspondence to: Ursula Harrisson, St Stephen's Centre, Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, London.
The view therefore aligns itself more with an understanding that regards social innovation as an essential element of a form of economic development based on social justice (Klein and Harrisson 2006).
David Harrisson, 51, driver, Byker: Teaching is the most important thing, not how the children style their hair, so it shouldn't be a problem.
New signing Simon Duffy, from Middlesbrough, makes his Yorkshire One debut in place of Cook; Mark Harrisson comes in for Bryce who is unavailable, while Giles Hugo returns for only his second game for Redcar.
The biggest testimony to his life and work was his role in the early 1960s as founding member and chairman of the James Harrisson Dewrance Memorial Fund for tertiary education bursaries for deserving students.
Calvin Frost, a committed ecologist and founder and chief executive of Channeled Resources, was keen to join us in this scheme by acting as the facilitator for the recycling," says David Harrisson, multinational sales director of Skanem, which is headquartered in Stavanger, Norway.
8) The term 'Ming gap' was introduced by Tom Harrisson in 1958 in reference to Sarawak River delta sites in Borneo that offered an abundance of Song dynasty ceramics but none that could be assigned to the Ming dynasty.
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Brenda had been divorced three years before but she was on good terms with her former husband, Dr Christopher Harrisson, a biochemist.
The suit was filed on behalf of students Yetunde Alabi, Brandon Carrera, Jatoria Harrisson and Bryant Nichols and their mothers.