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Marquand

J(ohn) P(hillips). 1893--1960, US novelist, noted for his stories featuring the Japanese detective Mr Moto and for his satirical comedies of New England life, such as The Late George Apley (1937)
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"I don't want to rock the boat," said Marquand, on whether he would ever suggest script changes.
It is also pleasing that Marquand is back in the saddle.
As this conversation takes place, a hazy shot focuses on the unshaven, drunken wreck of an individual we soon come to learn is Ben 'BK' Kelly (Steve Le Marquand), a former Rugby League player of some repute.
The primary text includes the following plays: The Workhouse Ward (1908), by Lady Augusta Gregory (29-40); The King of Spains Daughter (1935), by Teresa Deevy (41 -58); I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside (1984), by Anne Le Marquand Hartigan (59-104); The Stranded Hours Between (1989), by Dolores Walshe (105-70); Eclipsed (1992), by Patricia Burke Brogan (171-230); Twinkletoes (1993), by Jennifer Johnston (231-50); Heritage (2001), by Nicola McCartney (251-343).
Ellie thinks she has got it all figured out, from the college she and her best friend, Heather, will attend to the guy she is going to marry: the handsome Aaron Marquand, also the child of a famous father.
New "Walking Dead" castmember Ross Marquand, Geoff Berkshire's "Walking Dead' Q&A: Ross Marquand on What's Next for Aaron"
Paul Le Marquand and Lynda Vautier, the principals of FML, supported by their team of professionals, will join Vistra and play a key role in the management of client services and the ongoing development of the business.
I thought he'd resigned as Health Minister to be replaced by Hilary Marquand (our neighbour in Radyr until 1943).
THE son of Cardiff-born Return of the Jedi director Richard Marquand has revealed that he hopes to shoot a long-lost script, penned by his late dad during the '70s, at the new South Wales branch of Pinewood Studios.
La obra de David Marquand tiene mimbres afines a este defecto pero cuenta con la virtud de querer situar a la Union Europea en el lugar en el que debe estar: el mundo.
As the old continent continues to grapple with a deep financial crisis, academic and former Labour Party MP David Marquand argues that a strong Europe requires a drastic change in its governance.
David Marquand's title and sub-title accurately precis his general approach: in the context of the relative decline of the power of the United States of America, he believes that there is both scope and need for the Europe imagined by the federalists of the mid-twentieth century.