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* Gillies, John & Ryuta Minami, Ruri Li and Poonam Trivedi Shakespeare on the Stages of Asia in Wells and Stanton pp. 259 – 283.
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As John Gillies has argued “ the ‘ orientalism ’ of Cleopatra ’ s court — with its luxury, decadence, splendour, sensuality, appetite, effeminacy and eunuchs — seems a systematic inversion of the legendary Roman values of temperance, manliness, courage ”.
* Koch, John, " The Place of ' Y Gododdin ' in the History of Scotland " in Ronald Black, William Gillies and Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh ( eds ) Celtic Connections.
; David Sillar, Bailie ; William Gillies, Grain Dealer ; John Peebles, Convener of Trades ; James Johnston, Town Clerk ; Robert Wyllie, Harbour Master ; John Orr, Merchant ; James Allan, Merchant ( grocer ); Maxwell Dick, Bookseller ; William Shields, Senior, Merchant ; John Fletcher, Surgeon ; and Patrick Blair, Writer.
Craner approached the then owner of the Donington Hall estate, Alderman John Gillies Shields JP, to use the extensive roads on his land for racing.
John Gillies Mark Grahame ( born August 31, 1975 in Denver, Colorado ) is a goaltender in the New York Islanders organization.
Tory won the support of former provincial cabinet ministers Elizabeth Witmer, David Tsubouchi, Jim Wilson, Janet Ecker, Chris Hodgson, Cam Jackson, Phil Gillies and Bob Runciman as well as backbench Members of Provincial Parliament ( MPPs ) Norm Miller, Laurie Scott, Ted Arnott and John O ' Toole.
Recorded wrecks on the 5 km stretch of coastline between Trwyn y Witch and Nash Point include: the Royal Hunter ( 1747 ), the Indian Prince ( 1752 ), the Elizabeth ( 1753 ), the Prince ( 1764 ), the George ( 1770 ), the Industry ( 1786 ), the Thomas ( 1806 ), the Bee ( 1820 ), the Harriet ( 1827 ), the Jessie Orasie ( 1831 ), the Frolic ( 1831 ), the Providence ( 1832 ), the Mayflower ( 1841 ), the New Felicity ( 1841 ), the Vigo ( 1842 ), the Betsey ( 1849 ), the Lucie ( 1854 ), the Williams ( 1854 ), the Mary & Deffus ( 1861 ), the Gillies ( 1862 ), the Elphis ( 1865 ), the Amelie ( 1870 ), the New Dominian ( 1872 ), the Bessie ( 1872 ), the John & Eliza ( 1876 ), the Jane & Susan ( 1882 ), the Ben-y-gloe ( 1886 ), the Malleny ( 1886 ), the Caterina Camogle ( 1887 ), the Denbigh ( 1888 ), the Tilburnia ( 1888 ), the Claymore ( 1892 ), the Lizzie ( 1892 ), the Elizabeth Couch ( 1913 ), the Narcissus ( 1916 ), the Pollensa ( 1919 ) and the Cato ( 1951 ).
In Señor Alcalde (" Mr. Mayor "), John Gillies wrote: " He tried to avoid a political label, such as Democrat or Republican, because he wanted to consider the needs of all of San Antonio's groupings ....
The membership was: New South Wales, Sir Henry Parkes ( Premier ) and William McMillan ( Colonial Treasurer ); Victoria, Duncan Gillies ( Premier ) and Alfred Deakin ( Chief Secretary ); Queensland, Sir Samuel Griffith ( Leader of the Opposition ) and John Murtagh Macrossan ( Colonial Secretary ); South Australia, Dr. John Cockburn ( Premier ) and Thomas Playford ( Leader of the Opposition ); Tasmania, Andrew Inglis Clark ( Attorney-General ) and Stafford Bird ( Treasurer ); Western Australia, Sir James George Lee Steere ( Speaker ); New Zealand, Captain William Russell ( Colonial Secretary ) and Sir John Hall.
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The theme song " Love Thy Neighbour " was composed by Mack Gordon & Harry Revel and sung by Stuart Gillies.
* Highwic circa 1863, Gillies Avenue, old homestead of Alfred Buckland ; extant & open to the public-has been called one of Auckland's most notable historic houses, built in the Carpenter Gothic style from an American pattern book.
* Magill also contributed a chapter to Gillies HD, Millard R: Principles and Art of Plastic Surgery ( Boston, Little Brown & Co, 1957 ).
The local winery Cairn O ' Mohr has won many awards for its wines made from local produce such as oak sap, rhubarb and brambles and is situated on the same farmyard as Gillies & Mackay Ltd, a local shed company.
Collectors speculate that publisher Grosset & Dunlap commissioned an updated illustration of the same scene during the transition from Gillies to new series artist Rudy Nappi in 1953.
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Béla displayed notable musical talent very early in life: according to his mother, he could distinguish between different dance rhythms that she played on the piano before he learned to speak in complete sentences ( Gillies 1990, 6 ).
Goring's is often called the " final piece of the puzzle ": a strong two-way player, his presence on the second line ensured that opponents would no longer be able to focus their defensive efforts on the Islanders ' first line of Bossy, Trottier and Clark Gillies.
In 1986, Nystrom retired due to a serious injury and Clark Gillies was picked up on waivers by the Buffalo Sabres.
There are also six " farnarkeling " reports, which parody sports news and were first performed by Clarke on the ABC's The Gillies Report.
She grew up in Detroit with a nanny, Elizabeth Clementine Gillies, whom she called " Dibby " ( and on whom she based her famous character Emily Litella ), and an older brother named Michael.
As of 2011, it is represented on the City Council by Councillors Ian Gillies, Paul Healey and Chris Steward who are all members of the local Conservative Party.
Gillies ' assistant, Archibald McIndoe, carried on the work into the Second World War as reconstructive surgery.
Ann Gillies, the mother of Butch Cassidy was born and lived on Tyneside, Newcastle, North East England, before moving to America with her parents in the 1850s, where she married Butch ’ s father, Maximilian Parker, in Utah.
The other new permanent members were lead guitarist Paul Wally Wilkinson and their university friend Robert Bruce Gillies who joined part-time on saxophone and trumpet.
In November 1975, Wally Wilkinson was sacked and Rob Gillies was brought back in on saxophone and trumpet as a permanent member.
Gillies became enthusiastic about the work and on his return to England persuaded the army's chief surgeon, Arbuthnot-Lane, that a facial injury ward should be established at the Cambridge Military Hospital, Aldershot.
There Gillies and his colleagues developed many techniques of plastic surgery ; more than 11, 000 operations were performed on over 5, 000 men ( mostly soldiers with facial injuries, usually from gunshot wounds ).
He was appointed to the position on the death of Ian Gillies, who worked under the pen-name ' Mycroft '.
In 1962 the editor eliminated dust-jackets and the books were issued with the art directly on the cover with yellow spines and backs ; the Bill Gillies art was used.
In 1965, the cover art was updated with an illustration by Rudy Nappi, featuring the same dress Nancy wears on Gillies ' cover for another book.
The first phalloplasty done for the purposes of sexual reassignment was performed on trans man Michael Dillon in 1946 by Dr. Harold Gillies, which is documented in Pagan Kennedy's book The First Man-Made Man.