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, the former naval officer who was founder and Lieutenant Governor of the new colony, his family and about 200 prospective settlers were aboard a companion vessel, the Parmelia.
Wormmeester has been promoted to vice president-sales, western and northern Michigan and Indiana; James Stirling
has been promoted to vice president--information services; and Lisa M.
Stuttgart, Germany's car city, has a fabulous art gallery by the British architect James Stirling
There will also be a chance to savour the taste of Lord Derby, Bismarck and James Stirling
Chopin probably visited the nearby Glentyan House, owned by Jane's brother Captain James Stirling
, who had been appointed Deputy Lieutenant of Renfrewshire that year.
Named after the British architect Sir James Stirling
, the prize (which Foster and Partners has now won twice) is awarded by the Royal Institute of British Architects in conjunction with The Architects' Journal to "the building that has made the greatest contribution to British Architecture in the past year.
BBC music editor James Stirling
said: "We're honoured to pay tribute to Amy with unseen and rare footage.
said an the They include the UK's most prestigious prize in architecture, the RIBA Stirling Prize - named after Liverpool raised and educated Sir James Stirling
, with the Everyman triumphing over a field which included the Shard, Birmingham Library and the London Aquatic Centre.
Michael Wilford, partner of the late James Stirling
, says he is kept completely in the dark over such critical matters and is not 'in the loop'.
This exhibition is the first of the James Stirling
was born in Glasgow and came to Merseyside after active service in World War II, studying here between 1945 and 1950.