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Evelyn (Arthur St. John) . 1903--66, English novelist. His early satirical novels include Decline and Fall (1928), Vile Bodies (1930), A Handful of Dust (1934), and Scoop (1938). His later novels include the more sombre Brideshead Revisited (1945) and the trilogy of World War II Men at Arms (1952), Officers and Gentlemen (1955), and Unconditional Surrender (1961)
1. Mark (Edward). born 1965, Australian cricketer
2. his twin brother Steve, full name Stephen Roger Waugh. born 1965, Australian cricketer; captain of the Australian team that won the 1999 one-day World Cup
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An MPTS report said: "The tribunal determined the General Medical Council (which brought the case against Dr Waugh) had not adduced sufficient evidence to prove Dr Waugh made the payments and that her actions were dishonest in that she knew she was not entitled to the payments.
critique of the damning fiction of Waugh that reviewers had substituted
And the Waugh Society's web site has opportunities for threaded discussions: http://evelynwaughsociety.org/forums/.
Announcing the news, Waugh said it was a really tough decision to opt to not continue at his role, adding that he had thoroughly enjoyed his time with the national selection panel.
Waugh soon enough acquired a reputation for social ruthlessness, a ruthlessness nicely abetted by his heavy drinking.
Although Waugh is frequently used in broad-based, multi-author studies of twentieth-century letters, such as on modernist satire (Colletta 2003; Greenberg 2011), ritual (Query 2012), aestheticism (Eastham 2011), library and archival studies (Oram 2014), and the fictions of the Second World War (MacKay 2005; Deer 2009), a significant monograph study on Waugh's fiction has not appeared since Frederick Beaty's 1992 study The Ironic World of Evelyn Waugh.
Along with caring for rapidly growing ethnological collections housed in the Survey-affiliated Victoria Memorial Museum, Waugh continued with Iroquoian research through the 1915 field season.
After the case, Mr Waugh, 55, said: "They will sleep easily in their beds as they showed no remorse at all.
Ms Waugh, a wealthy oil executive from County Durham, died at her flat, where she lived alone, in Marylebone, central London.
Miss Waugh, 50, originally from Durham, had not been seen by her family since mid-April and concerns for her safety grew after a fraudster tried to sell her central London flat by posing as her brother.
Waugh, 73, has dedicated his career to Indigenous culture and healing practices.
A COPY OF THE FAX that my friend Stuart Carr and I received from the late Auberon Waugh on June 6, 1999 is among my most treasured possessions.