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Ronald Gordon, known as Dick. born 1922, British writer for children; his numerous books include The Sheep Pig (1984) and the Sophie series
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During the meeting, Dr al-Marri listened to a presentation by ambassador King-Smith on the United Kingdom's new strategy on counter-extremism.
Says Tony King-Smith, EVP of marketing at Imagination: Customers keep telling us they want different price/performance CPU cores to what is currently on offer in the market.
At Imagination, we regard the ability to perform rapid synthesis as a key enabler for our customers to better explore the design space and achieve the best PPA within ever-shrinking tapeout schedules," said Tony King-Smith, executive vice president of marketing at Imagination.
Beresford King-Smith, who has been the choir's musical director since 1993, says: "On April 13 we will join Dutch choirs to sing in the Lockhorstkerk in the beautiful old university city of Leiden, where the Pilgrim Fathers were hospitably received prior to their setting off for the New World.
Dick King-Smith, beloved author of "Babe, the Gallant Pig," which became the classic children's movie "Babe," wrote dozens of timeless chapter books just perfect for young readers to share with their own royal households.
CHILDREN'S author Dick King-Smith, creator of talking piglet Babe, star of the hit 1995 movie, left pounds 1,144,136 to his family in his will.
Born Ronald Gordon King-Smith, Dick was educated at Marlborough - but, instead of taking up a place at Cambridge, he pursued his dream of being a farmer, and worked for a year at Tytherington Farm, in the Wylye Valley, Wiltshire.
CHILDREN'S author Dick King-Smith, who wrote the novel that inspired the Hollywood film Babe, has died in his sleep, aged 88.
OBEs are awarded to children's author Dick King-Smith, who wrote the book that became the 1995 film Babe, and health writer and broadcaster Dr Miriam Stoppard.
OBEs were also awarded to children's author Dick King-Smith, who wrote the book that became the 1995 film Babe, and health writer and broadcaster Dr Miriam Stoppard.
He said this while talking to Alastair King-Smith, Deputy Political Counsellor of British High Commission, who called on him in the Parliament House.