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Benson, Frank (Weston)

(1862–1951) painter, etcher; born in Salem, Mass. He studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (1877–80), and in Paris (1883), settled in Boston to teach at the Museum of Fine Arts (1889–1912), and summered in North Haven Island, Maine. A member of The Ten (1898), he was an impressionist, as in Summer (1890), and produced popular wildlife etchings.
The Cambridge Dictionary of American Biography, by John S. Bowman. Copyright © Cambridge University Press 1995. Reproduced with permission.
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Frank Benson's warm Morecambe Bay shrimps, served with brioche, lemon and dill, didn't disappoint.
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Lt Gen Frank Benson (Alan Rickman) takes control of the op from London, while Foreign Secretary James Willett (Iain Glen) watches a live video feed from a US drone piloted in Nevada.
Lieutenant General Frank Benson (Alan Rickman) takes control of the operation from London, while Foreign Secretary James Willett (Iain Glen), who is at an arms fair in Singapore, watches a live video feed from a US drone piloted by Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) in Nevada.
Lieutenant General Frank Benson (Alan Rickman) oversees operations in London, while Foreign Secretary James Willett (Iain Glen), watches a live feed from a US drone piloted by Steve Watts (Aaron Paul).
He insists that Powell reassesses the decision to fire missiles, so she's required to check with a series of head-scratching bigwigs, including Lt Gen Frank Benson the late great Alan Rickman).
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This paper seeks to draw attention to the depiction or, more properly, performance of Catholicism in the late-nineteenth century by drawing on the examples of the legitimate productions of Henry Irving's Lyceum Much Ado about Nothing (1882), and Henry VIII (1892), Herbert Beerbohm Tree's Hamlet at the Haymarket (1892), and the touring Romeo and Juliet of Frank Benson (1898-1899).
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