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Mason, William,

1724–97, English poet, editor, and cleric. His works include two plays, Elfrida (1752) and Caractacus (1759), based on classical dramas. He was a friend of Thomas GrayGray, Thomas,
1716–71, English poet. He was educated at Eton and Peterhouse, Cambridge. In 1739 he began a grand tour of the Continent with Horace Walpole. They quarreled in Italy, and Gray returned to England in 1741.
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, whose Life and Letters he published in 1775. Although he confused the texts of the letters, Mason is noted for developing the method of combining a life with letters.
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In 1889, Presser published an innovative piano method entitled Touch and Technic by William Mason. (8) The son of Lowell Mason, America's foremost music educator, William Mason had studied in Germany like Presser, had shown promise as a performer, but ultimately devoted his best energies to teaching.
I asked William Mason, maxon motor UK's MD, about the impact of the new facility on the healthcare industry and he explained that this is a large part of the company's work, with half of maxon motor's turnover coming from the medical sector, much of which relates to implant devices.
The MoU, which was signed on six September by William Mason, Director General of the GFSC and Richard Teng, Chief Executive Officer of the FSRA of ADGM, is intended to facilitate cooperation on the supervision of cross-border establishments and the exchange of information, as well as to foster best regulatory practice in both jurisdictions.
Complete with a playground, the William Mason is a beautiful refuge field with native greenery.
William Mason Charlton (1940 - 2012) is remembered on one as a "true gentleman" who spent "many happy days" in the park with his wife and family.