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Greenaway

1. Kate. 1846--1901, English painter, noted as an illustrator of children's books
2. Peter. born 1942, British film director; noted for such cerebral films as The Draughtsman's Contract (1982), Prospero's Books (1990), and Eight and a Half Women (1999)
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In its most significant deal, the corporate law firm, led by managing director Nigel Greenaway, advised world-leading Bitcoin trader Vaultoro.
That was fine," said director Chris Greenaway," but we have some lovely cars and want to be able to show them off.
This street will become a cultural quarter and we can capitalise on that by having a niche offering," added Mr Greenaway.
It wasn't that Greenaway stopped directing films, but rather that they suddenly ceased to be en vogue.
The Russell Group China 9 Dialogue, will be co-chaired by President Jie Zhang of Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Professor Sir David Greenaway, Chair of the Russell Group and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Nottingham.
It is believed Mr Greenaway, from the Dungannon area, had three young children.
Walsall Magistrates Court was shown the footage of Greenaway removing the bags from a white Nissan Vanette and emptying them on to land by the side of the road at the site of the disused cul-de-sac.
The Scots restaurateur's Perceptions, Recipes from Restaurant Mark Greenaway takes a modern look at Scottish food.
Greenaway se concentra en los 10 dias que duro su visita en Guanajuato, una experiencia que supuestamente transformo la vision y la vida sexual del director; el numero de dias es una abierta alusion a Octubre, 10 dias que sacudieron el mundo.
She said: "It is an absolute honour to be nominated for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal alongside such talented illustrators.
Although June and July does feel like 'awards season' with Carnegie, Greenaway, Branford Boase, UKLA and CLPE Poetry Prize all announcing, don't forget that the Autumn has its own very special awards--the SLA Information Book Awards.
The same issue carried an interview with Erik Mezger and David Greenaway of Swiss company 3D AG, at the time the most prolific originator of holographic and diffractive patterns.