Shaw


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Shaw

1. Artie, original name Arthur Arshawsky. born 1910, US jazz clarinetist, band leader, and composer
2. George Bernard, often known as GBS. 1856--1950, Irish dramatist and critic, in England from 1876. He was an active socialist and became a member of the Fabian Society but his major works are effective as satiric attacks rather than political tracts. These include Arms and the Man (1894), Candida (1894), Man and Superman (1903), Major Barbara (1905), Pygmalion (1913), Back to Methuselah (1921), and St. Joan (1923): Nobel prize for literature 1925
3. Richard Norman. 1831--1912, English architect
4. Thomas Edward. the name assumed by (T. E.) Lawrence after 1927
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Then William Shaw said: 'I should like to look like that--a little while.
There were four," he said--"Ramon Gallegos, William Shaw, George W.
Though Boston erected no monument and history recorded no story, in you and in the loyal race which you represent, Robert Gould Shaw would have a monument which time could not wear away," then came the climax of the emotion of the day and the hour.
Nor can they tell why Skim Winsh, who came to his cottage under Dutton Shaw most musically drunk at 10.
No; at Dutton Shaw, sitting on a log, with my feet in a swamp.
This last George did not realise till he met Lady Conant striding through Dutton Shaw a few days after the event.
Shaw led a number of landmark studies that established the connection between active participation in music and the development of the brain, with demonstrated implications for spatial-temporal reasoning and math ability.
Shaw, ever the consummate professional, was rewarded for his patience and sacrifice 13 games ago, when coach Phil Jackson put him back in the rotation to stay.
In an astonishing effort, Shaw created a work involving fifty horses and dancers--"the hardest thing I've ever done professionally.
Much of what Shaw discusses will be familiar to readers of REASON, such as the foolishness of the war on drugs, the truth about cancer risks, or the real dangers of secondhand smoke.
67, who will remain at Chancellor as chairman, appointed Shaw as his successor.