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Bagnold

Enid (Algerine). 1889--1981, British novelist and playwright; her works include the novel National Velvet (1935) and the play The Chalk Garden (1955)
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Bagnold taught his men how to navigate with a sextant and his special sun compass and at night they used a theodolite - a specialist rotating telescope - and the stars.
However, in public they had to be cheerful and accommodating, outwardly presenting what VAD Enid Bagnold describes as "too-easy compassion" (1918, 141).
Ilustradores y pintores en La Hormiga de Oro ILUSTRADORES Y PINTORES CRONOLOGIA Burgess, John Bagnold 1894, 1899 Dahl, Haus 1884, 1889 Fortuny, Mariano 1889, 1891, 1899 Gallieni 1891, 1894 Induno, Gerolamo 1891, 1899 Llimona, Josep 1889, 1899 Maccari, Cesar 1889, 1894 Moreno Carbonero, Jose 1894, 1899 Murillo, Bartolome Esteban 1891, 1899 Richter, A.
It will focus on such neglected writers as Mary Borden, Enid Bagnold, Kate John Finzi, Evadne Price, Olive Dent, and Irene Rathbone, arguing that while the period's strictly polarized gender constructs were meant to unify the nation, they in fact functioned to divide and fragment the subjectivity of individuals.
Days of the Bagnold Summer by Joff Winterhart is a moving story of a teenager forced to spend all summer with his mother.
Uma alternativa para identificar os provaveis locais de ocorrEncia de erosao em ravinas e no canal fluvial poderia ser atraves da estimativa de forma especializada do indice potEncia do escoamento, definido por BAGNOLD (1966) e YANG (1972).
Shafai Bajestan [2]: there are different equation for suspended load determination such as Lane and Kalinske, Einstein, Brooks, Chang, Simons and Richardson, Bagnold, Toffaleti, Samaga and so on.
A producao de sedimentos e estimada pela Equacao Universal de Perda do Solo Modificada (EUPS-M) e a propagacao dos sedimentos na calha fluvial e feita utilizando a Teoria da Potencia do Fluxo, de Bagnold (1977).
While there is evidence that Cynthia recognized (and tolerantly accepted) her portrait in such Lawrence works as "The Lovely Lady," "Glad Ghosts," "The Thimble," and "The Rocking-Horse Winner," the undisguised and sexually-charged theme in The Ladybird became too stark for her to accept, and in later years she started to "deny that Daphne was modeled on her, pretending, for example, to the publisher Daniel George that she was based on Enid Bagnold and to the writer George Ford that she was based on Lady Mendl" (Beauman 171).