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Nunn

Sir Trevor (Robert). born 1940, British theatre director; artistic director (1968--86) and chief executive (1968--86) of the Royal Shakespeare Company; artistic director of the Royal National Theatre (1997--2003). His productions include Nicholas Nickleby (1980), Cats (1981), and Les Mis?rables (1985)
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Most recently Nunn has been president and chief operating officer of Lynx Aviation since September 2006.
The woman's daughter died in the tragedy and this "unsettled" landscape gardener Mr Nunn, 50, who had suffered health problems since 1984.
"We're still getting the information via our refund process," Nunn said, adding that a second round of emails has gone out as part of direct, regular communication with those affected.
Nunn is up there, and she keeps each student focused and alert.
As for the other shakeups, Nunn cautions against overeacting.
Sir Ian has long been a friend and colleague of Trevor Nunn who was RSC artistic director from 1968-1978.
Although Nunn May confessed to his crime - including supplying the Russians with small samples of enriched uranium - he never revealed the names of those he had worked with.
"It was disgusting," says Nunn, a partner in the commercial interior design firm Shopworks, whose projects range from W Hotels to Banana Republic stores.
Nunn examines a variety of forms of violence against the body, and she situates that violence within a variety of contexts, including architecture, theater history, theology, and political theory, as well as medicine; dissection is sometimes peripheral to her analysis.
The case concerned an application by Dr Nunn for judicial review of a planning inspector's decision that T-Mobile had planning permission by virtue of the provisions of the Order for the erection of a telecommunications mast.
SUNDERLAND racing manager Jimmy Nunn yesterday said that 'every effort was made' in an attempt to avoid the track's second recent void 640m open on Wednesday, writes Jonathan Kay.
The puppet, which exists in various sizes as it grows throughout the show, has been designed by theatre and performance design students Katie Sunderalingam, Alexandra Lacey and Sarah Nunn.