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Gibberd

Sir Frederick. 1908--84, British architect and town planner. His buildings include the Liverpool Roman Catholic cathedral (1960--67) and the Regent's Park Mosque in London (1977). Harlow in the U.K. and Santa Teresa in Venezuela were built to his plans
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Refreshments and mince pies will be served in the Gibberd Room below the cathedral after the service.
Agho KE, Dibley MJ, D'Este C and R Gibberd Factors associated with haemoglobin concentration among Timor-Leste children aged 6-59 months.
A two storey Brutalist shopping precinct, designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd, began construction there in 1963 and opened in 1966.
The project envisages the demolition of the current main library, designed in the early 1960s by Sir Frederick Gibberd, who was also responsible for the distinctive Roman Catholic Cathedral in Liverpool.
Forum speakers including, Betty Dion from Canada and currently serving as past president of GTES, Akiko Ito of Japan, Mohammed Tarawnedh of Jordan, Shuaib Chalkken of South Africa, Soren Ginnerup from Denmark, KC Deepak, Nepal Ahmed El Rida, Libya, Robert Topping, Canada, Amanda Gibberd, South Africa, Eoin O'Herlihy, Ireland, Joseph Kwan, Hong Kong, Monika Anna Klenovee, Austria, Mohammad Aqeel, Japan, Jorge Fernando Plano, Argentina and others.
Wilson RM, Runciman WB, Gibberd RW, Harrison BT, Newby L, Hamilton JD.
The trail celebrates an exhibition of Henry Moore sheep etchings in Harlow's Gibberd Gallery, with a selection of related sculptures, drawings and found objects, which runs from 31 July to 30 October, as well as the opening of Gatehouse Arts, the town's newest gallery and studio space, and an exhibition at Parndon Mill Gallery of "Four Moore Sculptors," which runs through 8 August.
Guest speakers include architects Sir Frederick Gibberd and Sir Frank Baines.
An Australian study found that communication errors were the leading underlying cause of adverse events, associated with twice as many deaths as clinical inadequacy (Wilson, Runiciman, Gibberd, Harrison, & Hamilton, 1995).
The late architect Frederick Gibberd designed it to accommodate 1.
Lechner-Scott J, Kappos L, Hofman M, Polman CH, Ronner H, Montalban X, Tintore M, Frontoni M, Buttinelli C, Amato MP, Bartolozzi ML, Versavel M, Dahlke F, Kapp JF, Gibberd R.
Discovery Park; and Kier North East, DEFRA, Frank Shaw, AECOM, Appleyards, Haden Young and Frederick Gibberd for Project ZEBRA@Lion House, Alnwick.