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Birkbeck

George. 1776--1841, British educationalist, who helped to establish vocational training for working men: founder and first president of the London Mechanics Institute (1824), which later became Birkbeck College
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From left, Kenny Ward, Harry Birkbeck, Michael Brayson, Jeff Charlton and Ray Lindores of Surgo Construction
Later at Birkbeck, he recalled that, for a politically active young Jew in Berlin in the early 1930s, there was little choice about one's political direction.
Dogs watching a person repeatedly yawn will yawn themselves, report Atsushi Senju of Birkbeck, University of London and his colleagues in an upcoming Biology Letters.
To better focus on pipeline operations, Geoffrey Birkbeck, CEO of Comstock Canada, is both relocating his residence to and establishing a Comstock executive office in Edmonton.
However, having just read some material from Birkbeck College's Dickens Weekend, I'm not sure it would be unadulterated pleasure.
EDWARD BIRKBECK, the Scottish racehorse owner, has died after a long illness.
His killer Alan Pennell, 16, was fuelled by peer pressure and competition when he stabbed 14- year old Luke through the heart at Birkbeck school, North Somercotes, Lincolnshire in November 2003.
This volume of essays is the outcome of the Pevsner centenary conference held at Birkbeck College in July 2002.
Luke, a pupil at Birkbeck School in North Somercotes, near Louth, Lincolnshire, died from a single stab wound to the heart on Tuesday, police said.
Jabar is a research fellow at the School of Politics and Sociology, Birkbeck College, University of London.
The Birkbeck lectures are a series of four talks on a related theme given by a distinguished scholar.