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United States writer noted for his droll epigrams (1902-1971)


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They later divorced, and Lola remarried to John Nash in 1974.
The film's director, Ron Howard, also tweeted his tribute to the "brilliant" John Nash and his "remarkable" wife.
John Nash was probably a worse negotiator than Bob Rae, but his students and my students learn not to start bargaining until they have spent the time and money they need to find the best version of every possible agreement.
The historically significant property forms part of a terrace of 6 houses (66-71 Great Russell Street) built by John Nash in 1777.
The minister responsible for making the decision to re-broker the Oakfields Community College proposal was Lord John Nash and not the Schools Minister, David Laws, as reported in Tuesday's Gazette.
Popularized by the film "A beautiful mind", John Nash is one of the greatest mathematicians of the 20th century.
Earlier this year, what may be one of the last blue plaques to be put up in London (given the regrettable curtailment of this long-established scheme by cash-strapped English Heritage) was unveiled on the stuccoed terraced house in Great Russell Street which the architect John Nash (1752-1835) had designed and built and, for a few years, inhabited.
Regent Street was originally laid out by the architect John Nash in 1825, and leads directly up to Nash's Regent's Park.
The Life of Mathematical Genius and Nobel Laureate John Nash
Bargaining and the theory of cooperative games; John Nash and beyond.
Care UK's then boss John Nash and wife Caroline donated pounds 200,000 to the Conservatives before the general election, including pounds 21,000 to Health Secretary Andrew Lansley's private office.
A year ago it was revealed that Mr Lansley's private office was given the donation by Caroline Nash, wife of the then chairman of Care UK, John Nash, to help fund their operations.
The company has appointed John Nash as studio design director, completing its new management strata which it calls the Studio Development Group (SDG).
The Regent draws on the architecture of John Nash who was commissioned by the Prince Regent in 1811 to develop a huge swathe of London, then known as Marylebone Park.
John Nash in the film "A Beautiful Mind" (screenplay by Tom Stoppard)