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1. Sir George Gilbert. 1811--78, British architect, prominent in the Gothic revival. He restored many churches and cathedrals and designed the Albert Memorial (1863) and St Pancras Station (1865)
2. his grandson, Sir Giles Gilbert. 1880--1960, British architect, whose designs include the Anglican cathedral in Liverpool (1904--78) and the new Waterloo Bridge (1939--45)
3. Paul (Mark). 1920--78, British novelist, who is best known for the series of novels known as the "Raj Quartet": The Jewel in the Crown (1966), The Day of the Scorpion (1968), The Towers of Silence (1972), and A Division of the Spoils (1975). Staying On (1977) won the Booker Prize
4. Sir Peter (Markham). 1909--89, British naturalist, wildlife artist, and conservationist, noted esp for his paintings of birds. He founded (1946) the Slimbridge refuge for waterfowl in Gloucestershire
5. his father, Robert Falcon. 1868--1912, British naval officer and explorer of the Antarctic. He commanded two Antarctic expeditions (1901--04; 1910--12) and reached the South Pole on Jan. 18, 1912, shortly after Amundsen; he and the rest of his party died on the return journey
6. Sir Walter. 1771--1832, Scottish romantic novelist and poet. He is remembered chiefly for the "Waverley" historical novels, including Waverley (1814), Rob Roy (1817), The Heart of Midlothian (1818), inspired by Scottish folklore and history, and Ivanhoe (1819), Kenilworth (1821), Quentin Durward (1823), and Redgauntlet (1824). His narrative poems include The Lay of the Last Minstrel (1805), Marmion (1808), and The Lady of the Lake (1810)
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Scott informed Dearborn and Moorpark coach Tim Lins he was planning on transferring last week, although they said he didn't divulge his reasons for wanting to leave.
I made an effort to network, meet doctors, and interact with people who could give me referrals," says Scott, who held seminars and lectures and participated in health fairs.
I would like to do with visual language what African American artists have done with gospel, blues and jazz," Scott says.
Archbishop Scott died after the car driven by his companion, Sonja Bird, rolled over and landed upside down in a metal culvert while they were traveling on Highway 69.
Moving on to an examination of Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone, Scott places Baldwin's novel in the context of Civil Rights activism, arguing that many reviewers "missed .
Emerson took Scott with him when he was posted to Illinois, a "free" state that banned slavery, and to Minnesota, then part of the free territory of Wisconsin.
So in October 1999 -- after Marion Scott became the first outside firm in Co-op City's history to serve as property managers -- company representatives rolled up their sleeves and got to work.
In the early chapters of Seeing Like a State, Scott explores a wide range of more limited, earlier high modernist projects, from German forest conservationism and urban planning to cadastral surveys and language standardization.
Sometimes, for example, Scott offers the reader a weak version of his argument: bad things happen when planners are utopian and brutal instead of sensible.
Scott seeks to produce large quantities of substances that organisms typically make slowly in microgram amounts.
Although Scott's refund claim was barred by the statute of limitations in IRC section 6511(a), Scott claimed the statutory period should be extended because he had been mentally incompetent from 1984 to 1990 due to alcoholism.
Among the educational materials for the project were two important books from the American Forestry Association Scott read So You Want To Be in Forestry, started reading The Woodland Steward, and joined AFA before he had finished the second book.