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Manhire

Bill. born 1946, New Zealand poet and writer. His poetry collections include How to Take Off Your Clothes at the Picnic (1977), Zoetropes (1984), and Sunshine (1996)
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Like Manhire, Elicia Clements focuses on performative elements in Woolf's novels in "The Efficacy of Performance: Musical Events in The Years.
Brian Whitaker, "The Boldness of Bashar Al-Assad," in Manhire, Arab Spring, 247.
Baxter, whose Selected Poems were reviewed by Bill Manhire in the Summer 2010 issue of Poetry London.
The correlation between pain intensity and radiological severity has been found to be significant in some studies yet in general, the correlation has not been very strong (Patrick, Aldrige, Hamilton, Manhire & Doherty, 1989) or even nonexistent (Hannan, Nelson & Pincus, 2000).
Research by Manhire et al (2007), found that birth by CS has a negative physical effect on breastfeeding but that this can be overcome by persistence and commitment on the part of the mothers.
Headed by ex-British customs officer Tim Manhire, it includes law enforcement agencies from Ireland, the UK, Portugal, Spain, France, the Netherlands and Italy.
With words by poet Bill Manhire and music by Eve de Castro-Robinson, the new work will be performed by the NZSO and the Lyrico children's choir and premier in Wellington on May 25.
Inspector Andy Manhire, who was in charge in the town centre on the night, said, 'It was one of the most extreme nights in Weston-super-Mare for a number of years.
Inspector Andy Manhire from North Somerset Police said: 'It was one of the most extreme nights in Weston-super-Mare for a number of years.
See also Toby Manhire, "Private's Life Becomes Public Property," Guardian, April 8, 2003: www.
The New Zealand writer Bill Manhire, citing Wallace Stevens's lines
The New Zealand writer and poet Bill Manhire once noted that if Moby Dick were translated into the Maori language, its introduction would be titled "Call me Ihimaera.