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Pritchett

Sir V(ictor) S(awdon). 1900--97, British short-story writer, novelist, essayist, and autobiographer; his works include Mr Beluncle (1951) and A Careless Widow (1989)
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Pritchett is also critical of black churches and other local institutions, like the NAACP, that failed to meet the demands of a rapidly expanding black population.
Pritchett, a coordinator for the City of Boulder's Open Space Program, has been a member of NWF's board since 1993 and previously served on the board of NWF's affiliate, the Colorado Wildlife Federation.
There is a reluctance to implement CDTI because of the procedural changes it would require for both air traffic controllers and pilots," Pritchett indicates.
As an alternative, Pritchett proposes a study considering the components of Cage's compositional technique as well as the sensibilities that shaped this technique.
Paul Griffiths's brief monograph Cage (Oxford, 1981) notwithstanding, there has been no previous attempt in the Cagean literature to discuss comprehensively what Pritchett terms 'the act of composing rather than the composer or the compositions'.
Pritchett, formerly P&G's vice president of sales and customer development, called for a retail/wholesale partnership "built on trust and dedicated to driving down costs.
What accounts for the death of early eighteenth-century style, as Pritchett catches it in that last sentence?
Pritchett suspects millennials aren't much different from other generations.
Coach Pritchett will be on hand, as well as, a few special guests.
Minutes later, Allen shot and killed Pritchett Trucking Inc owner Marvin Pritchett, 80, at the victim's nearby farm, the statement said.
Miller is known in the US as the financial muscle behind Club 9 Sports and has forged close links with the men running its parent company, Prometheus, Jon Pritchett and John Prutch.