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1. Hank, real name Hiram Williams. 1923--53, US country singer and songwriter. His songs (all 1948--52) include "Jambalaya", "Your Cheatin' Heart", and "Why Don't you Love me (like you Used to Do?)"
2. John. born 1941, Australian classical guitarist, living in Britain
3. John (Towner). born 1932, US composer of film music; his scores include those for Jaws (1975), Star Wars (1977), E.T. (1982), Schindler's List (1993), and Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001)
4. Raymond (Henry). 1921--88, British literary critic and novelist, noted esp for such works as Culture and Society (1958) and The Long Revolution (1961), which offer a socialist analysis of the relationship between society and culture
5. Robbie, full name Robert Peter Williams. born 1974, British pop singer and songwriter. A member of Take That (1990--95), he later found success with "Angels" (1997) and the albums Life Thru a Lens (1997), Swing When You're Winning (2001), and Escapology (2002)
6. Robin (McLaurim). born 1951, US film actor and comedian; films include Good Morning, Vietnam (1987), Dead Poets' Society (1989), Mrs Doubtfire (1993), and Insomnia (2002)
7. Rowan (Douglas). born 1950, Archbishop of Canterbury from 2002; formerly Archbishop of Wales (2000--02)
8. Tennessee, real name Thomas Lanier Williams. 1911--83, US dramatist. His plays include The Glass Menagerie (1944), A Streetcar Named Desire (1947), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1955), and Night of the Iguana (1961)
9. William Carlos . 1883--1963, US poet, who formulated the poetic concept "no ideas but in things". His works include Paterson (1946--58), which explores the daily life of a man living in a modern city, and the prose work In the American Grain (1925)
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Archbishop of Wales, Dr Barry Morgan, paid tribute, saying: "Dr Rowan Williams has been the most able Archbishops of Canterbury for centuries and perhaps his true worth will only really be appreciated by the Church once he's gone.
With great joy, I represent the Conference on Christianity and Literature in offering this commendation of Archbishop Rowan Williams as he receives our 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award.
We have only one global hegemonic power at the moment," Rowan Williams said of the US.
ON THE TOWN: The UK has a culture of alcohol abuse, says Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams.
The other member is the Rowan Bear, created to mark the election of Dr Rowan Williams as Archbishop of Canterbury.
It would be a blessing if Rowan Williams went there for forty days and forty nights (hymn 92) allowing the rest of us some peace perfect peace in this world of sin (hymn 537).
Rowan Williams, Anglican archbishop of Canterbury: "I look forward to meeting [Pope Benedict] and working together to build on the legacy of his predecessor.
His words were echoed by another Welshman, Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, in his Christmas address.
But with liberals and conservatives still entrenched on the gay issue many fear its Windsor Report, ordered by Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams, may only fuel the row.
The lighthearted text might have fallen into obscurity, critics say, if not for a foreword written by Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, leader of the 70 million-member Anglican Communion.
Here I am indebted to Archbishop Rowan Williams, who in his essay "Against Anxiety, Beyond Triumphalism," (12) challenges "the dichotomy between 'negative' and 'positive' in spirituality.
THE Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, was today attending a three-hour act of devotion in Canterbury Cathedral as other church leaders attended Good Friday services throughout Britain.