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Durrell

1. Gerald (Malcolm). 1925--95, British zoologist and writer: his books include The Bafut Beagles (1954), My Family and Other Animals (1956), and The Aye-aye and I (1992)
2. his brother, Lawrence (George). 1912--90, British poet and novelist; author of The Alexandria Quartet of novels, consisting of Justine (1957), Balthazar (1958), Mountolive (1958), and Clea (1960). Later works include The Avignon Quintet of novels (1974--85)
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Officials from the Indianapolis Prize will laud Prof Jones as the winner at a celebratory ceremony on Wednesday with the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust at the London Natural History Museum.
HEDNESFORD TOWN: Crane, Disney, Campion, Bailey, Francis, McPherson, Osborn (Wright), Durrell, Harvey (Patterson), Lennon (O'Connor), Taylor.
We do have plenty of work for her to do over the next five days," Mr Durrell explained.
Bowker's work is a typical celebrity biography, and however much he may profess admiration for Durrell as a writer, Bowker seems impelled by the journalistic assumption that unless he offers his readers enough evidence of his subject's "dark," or unpleasant, side they will lose interest.
Everybody knows Lawrence Durrell and his vision of Alexandria, which is not the real Alexandria,' Hill says .
Keates had hailed the high work rate of his side during pre-season, a trait Sam Wedgbury highlighted within the very first minute as he eagerly closed down Durrell in the opposition's half and transformed defence into attack.
The homeside's cause was not helped when striker Chris Holroyd was forced off with what appeared to be a shoulder injury 10 minutes before the break and the better chances continued to fall to the visitors, Durrell curling a fine shot just wide in the 41st minute.
The clan tries to cement their place on the island, while a new romance brews for Louisa Durrell, played by Keeley Hawes.
Callum learned he'd got the part of Leslie Durrell when he was in his dressing room, putting his costume and make-up on, ahead of his final LAMDA play, Journey's End.
Today it is not only a centre for innovative research, professional training, inspirational public education and improvements in animal wellbeing, but also the headquarters of Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust.
Haag's biography of the Durrell family will cover the years before the family arrived on Corfu, which will include their time in India, where all the children were born and where their civil engineer father had died.