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Bagnold

Enid (Algerine). 1889--1981, British novelist and playwright; her works include the novel National Velvet (1935) and the play The Chalk Garden (1955)
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Ralph Bagnold and those other pre-war Saharan explorers fitted into the shining tradition of Doughty, Burton, T.
Explorers covered include Thomas, Philby, Gertrude Bell, Bagnold and Forbes.
Bagnold wrote of having to nurse a man called Ryan at the hospital where she worked in England.
In his discussion of aeolian sands, Bagnold (1954) used 18 particle-size fractions.
Days of the Bagnold Summer by Joff Winterhart is a moving story of a teenager forced to spend all summer with his mother.
It will focus on such neglected writers as Mary Borden, Enid Bagnold, Kate John Finzi, Evadne Price, Olive Dent, and Irene Rathbone, arguing that while the period's strictly polarized gender constructs were meant to unify the nation, they in fact functioned to divide and fragment the subjectivity of individuals.
Shafai Bajestan [2]: there are different equation for suspended load determination such as Lane and Kalinske, Einstein, Brooks, Chang, Simons and Richardson, Bagnold, Toffaleti, Samaga and so on.
For example, Elfrida Clagg was head of the Wizards Council in 1300s (Quidditch Through the Ages [Quidditch] 14), and the Minister of Magic before Cornelius Fudge was Millicent Bagnold (Phoenix 93).
Enid Bagnold also describes the men in her hospital as a family:
When Enid Bagnold's doomed play, The Chalk Garden opened in London in 1960, Tynan wrote memorably: "Alas for chivalry, Miss Bagnold has written a stinker
Its other main stage production this season will be Edward Bond's rarely seen The Sea (1973), and it also presents a series of private readings (its "Salon Series") which provides New York audiences with the rare opportunity to attend plays by once popular but now sadly out-of-fashion masters such as Sidney Howard, Arthur Wing Pinero, and Enid Bagnold.