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Sassoon

1. Siegfried (Lorraine). 1886--1967, British poet and novelist, best known for his poems of the horrors of war collected in Counterattack (1918) and Satirical Poems (1926). He also wrote a semi-fictitious autobiographical trilogy The Memoirs of George Sherston (1928--36)
2. Vidal. born 1928, British hair stylist: founder and chairman of Vidal Sassoon Inc
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The highlight of the evening was presentation of the 50th Anniversary Lady Sassoon Golden Heart Award, which was given to Rev.
Lord Sassoon said: "Full disclosure of the trust has been made since inception to Inland Revenue and HMRC.
He also recently completed a violin in honour of poet Robert Graves, who met with Owen and Sassoon in Edinburgh.
Sassoon bucked the trend by creating shorter, angled hairstyles that could easily be feathered.
Sassoon has gone down in history as the politician brother of First World War poet Siegried Sassoon.
The funeral Sunday was a brief and solemn affair; thousands of people filled the streets of Borough Park, mourning alongside Sassoon, whose wife and eldest daughter, Siporah, 15, remain hospitalized in critical condition.
With these challenges in mind, the new Vidal Sassoon Salonist ($13.
In his introduction to Sassoon's collection Counter-Attack and Other Poems (1918), Robert Nichols describes the Sassoon he knew during the War: "he likes to speak of hunting (he will shout of it
As part of the redevelopment plan, fishing activities will be restricted to New Sassoon Dock area, while Old Sassoon Dock will be used for outfitting of fishing boats and for providing related services including fuel, freshwater and ice for fishing boats.
A document obtained by the paper states: "My son David Sassoon and his issue are hereby disinherited and shall take nothing under this will, and for the purposes of the will, shall be deemed to have predeceased me, leaving no surviving issue.
Sassoon has set himself a two-fold task in this study of the status of women in the Bible and rabbinic literature: first, to identify the ideological ingredients of the text, as he argues that judicial sources are "usually underpinned by Weltanschauungand credo" (x); second, to demonstrate the multivocality of Jewish tradition: to acknowledge "heterogeneity within the canon" (xv).
Saddam Hussein's Ba'th Party: Inside an Authoritarian Regime, by Joseph Sassoon.