Trevelyan


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Trevelyan

1. George Macaulay. 1876--1962, British historian, noted for his English Social History (1944)
2. his father, Sir George Otto. 1838--1928, British historian and biographer. His works include a biography of his uncle Lord Macaulay (1876)
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Speaking in the House of Commons, Mrs Trevelyan said: "Some councils are still performing mass burials of babies.
Trevelyan formerly served as director of labor relations and governance for Ontario's Ministry of Education where she steered governance and labor relations policy for school boards.
I've never ruled anything out and staging the race later in the evening could be considered," said Trevelyan.
Paul Trevelyan, 50, was stabbed to the chest after his son told mum Christine on the landing of their Porthcawl family home: "I have got to go down and get a knife - I have got to kill someone.
As a painter, printmaker and collagist, Trevelyan had an extraordinary talent for bringing disparate things together, and a wonderful verbal articulacy to match that visual acuity.
A very British family; the Trevelyans and their world.
Cornelius said: "Mr Trevelyan advised us the racecourse has withdrawn the changes proposed and that it had agreed to revert to previous arrangements whereby, apart from the Derby meeting, Epsom stable staff will have free access to race meetings at the racecourse on production of their own racing pass.
Worcester struck first at 7:04 of the opening period when Brandon Mashinter stole a pass deep in the Rochester zone and found Trevelyan alone in front of the Americans' net.
When Trevelyan is found dead in his room suspicion falls on everyone else at the hotel - owner Stanley Kirkwood (James Wilby), Trevelyan's adopted son James Pearson (Laurence Fox), American businessman Martin Zimmerman (Michael Brandon), his assistant Ambrose Burt (Paul Kaye), sharp-tongued Evadne Willett (Patricia Hodge) and her nervous daughter Violet (Carey Mulligan).
But his best friend Enderby (Mel Smith) is puzzled when Trevelyan insists on spending the night at the Three Crowns inn in Exhampton six miles away, especially as this involves a trek through the heavy snow.
As a folklorist, Trevelyan is also very unreliable, but she tells some interesting stories.