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Sassoon

1. Siegfried (Lorraine). 1886--1967, British poet and novelist, best known for his poems of the horrors of war collected in Counterattack (1918) and Satirical Poems (1926). He also wrote a semi-fictitious autobiographical trilogy The Memoirs of George Sherston (1928--36)
2. Vidal. born 1928, British hair stylist: founder and chairman of Vidal Sassoon Inc
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Adrian Sassoon's London house could stand as a metaphor for the collections within.
It was previously thought Sassoon was shot in a "friendly fire" incident by a British soldier who mistook him for a German soldier near Arras, France, in 1918.
It was previously thought Sassoon was shot in a "friendly fire" incident by a a British soldier who mistook him for a German soldier near Arras, France, in 1918.
Sassoon Dock, built in 1875, is one of the oldest fishing docks in India's financial and entertainment hub.
Lord Sassoon is recorded as receiving PS1.8million in 1989.
He also recently completed a violin in honour of poet Robert Graves, who met with Owen and Sassoon in Edinburgh.
Sassoon bucked the trend by creating shorter, angled hairstyles that could easily be feathered.
Sassoon has gone down in history as the politician brother of First World War poet Siegried Sassoon.
Ms Lang added: "We have been in consultation with them over the past few weeks and despite wanting to retain all of the amazing talent, unfortunately, as most of them have their lives in Cardiff, it is not been a suitable option for the majority to relocate to another part of the country with Sassoon; therefore their positions will fall redundant.
Eden Sassoon is leaving "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after one challenging season.
Early Saturday morning in the Midwood section of Brooklyn, a fire caused by a malfunctioning hot plate in use for Shabbat tore through the Sassoon family's home, killing seven children and leaving the eighth in critical condition, along with the children's mother, Gayle Sassoon.
After speaking with women all over the world who color their hair at home, the Vidal Sassoon brand found that these consumers were dissatisfied with their current results and often described the outcome as "flat" or "blocky" with "off-tone brassy results." In addition, this was made worse over time by applying the same color formula all over the hair.