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Casson

Sir Hugh (Maxwell). 1910--99, British architect; president of the Royal Academy of Arts (1976--84)
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As with all the Casson family books, there are laugh-out-loud moments aplenty but we laugh with sympathy and are touched by their plucky resilience.
Casson, aged 38, of Tomkinson Road, Nuneaton, had pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm on his 65-year-old father Robert during the incident in November last year.
Casson's motivation to write grew from his great passion for his subject and his infectious desire to share that passion.
Over a period of three years, Casson studied writings that he thought were connected to Shakespeare, and explored the life and letters of aristocrat Sir Henry Neville, considered by some academics to be the latest candidate for the authorship of Shakespeare's plays.
Before that, at age 17 Casson signed a cartoon contract with The Saturday Evening Post, and also drew for The New York Times.
At the site, police found notes in which Casson had written of his intention to take his own life, Kletzok said.
Tries by fly-half Dan Biggar (Gowerton CS) and centre Ashley Beck (Dwr-y-Felin CS) for Wales, plus seven kicked points by Biggar, had been cancelled out by England tries from replacement full-back Tom Casson and flanker George Swinburne and seven kicked points from fly-half Clegg.
Casson, M.B., professor of surgery at Dalhousie University in Halifax, N.S.
Casson showed that the CCND1 G870A polymorphism is found with increasing frequency through the chronic inflammation spectrum, from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) through Barrett's esophagus (BE) and on to esophageal adenocarcinoma (EACA).
When I first came across Isamu Noguchi's astonishing carving, 1000 Horsepower Heart, I was leafing through Stanley Casson's Sculpture of To-day--the "day" being 1939.
While Hilary McKay adds a new adventure of the Casson children to her prior four successes, no previous familiarity is required to make Saffey's Angel engrossing for the complete newcomer.
In this espionage thriller, the character Jean Casson from Furst's previous novel The World at Night reappears in Paris to aid the French Resistance.