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David. 1909--83, British film actor and author. His films include The Prisoner of Zenda (1937), Around the World in 80 Days (1956), Casino Royale (1967), and Paper Tiger (1975). He wrote the autobiographical The Moon's a Balloon (1972) and Bring on the Empty Horses (1975)
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Among the crack outfit's ranks was Hollywood star David Niven.
NIVEN Architects have drawn up a 10-year plan for West Park Garden Village on behalf of developer Bussey and Armstrong for the west end of Darlington.
PETER Niven feels there "has to be a doubt" about Clever Cookie participation in Thursday's Gold Cup at Royal Ascot due to the lack of rain due before the race.
Research shows that when confronted with a problem, "What we do most of the time is crawl deep inside [it]," writes author David Niven.
The graphic novel format would seem, at first glance, a difficult choice for a story line as complex as Ringworld: that Niven pulls off this choice with a vivid visual impression of events is tribute to his skills at both telling a story and capturing Ringworld's nuances using the graphic novel format.
But here Niven has managed to modernise the divorced middle–aged misanthrope writer and not only made it hilarious but dramatic and emotional.
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Niven serves as the Chairman of Sotheby's The Americas.
Penelope Niven has written biographies on American poet Carl Sandburg and photographer Edward Steichen.
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ELGIN skipper David Niven fears the Borough Briggs ticket fiasco has only riled up Rangers and made their task at Ibrox even tougher.
Experienced nurse, author and educator Elizabeth Niven has been appointed editor-in-chief of the Kai Tiaki Nursing Research journal, replacing previous editor-in-chief Heather Byrne.