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* Darugar, Maliha A ; Harris, Rebecca M ; and Frader, Joel E. " Consent and cultural conflicts: ethical issues in pediatric anesthesiologists ' participation in female genital cutting ", in Van Norman, Gail A ; Jackson, Stephen ; and Rosenbaum, Stanley H. Clinical Ethics in Anesthesiology: A Case-Based Textbook.
The film was adapted by Jule Styne ( music ) and Marsha Norman ( book and lyrics ) into a Broadway musical, which was directed by Stanley Donen.
The Free Grace or non-traditional Calvinist doctrine has been espoused by Charles Stanley, Norman Geisler, Zane C. Hodges, Bill Bright, and others.
Other noted guests on the programme included John Cleese, Ron Moody, Sir Norman Wisdom, Eric Sykes, Liz Fraser, Stanley Lebor, and Philip Jackson.
Prisoner and Escort became Porridge, airing from 1974 – 1977, with Barker starring as the cynical and cunning prisoner Norman Stanley Fletcher.
In the same year, he briefly reprised his role as Norman Stanley Fletcher in the spoof documentary Life Beyond the Box.
A bronze statue of Barker, in character as Norman Stanley Fletcher, sculpted by Martin Jennings, was unveiled in a public area at the entrance of the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre in September 2010 by his widow Joy, David Jason and Ronnie Corbett.
* In the 1970s BBC TV comedy series Porridge, the principal character, Norman Stanley Fletcher, played by Ronnie Barker, hailed from Muswell Hill.
These services have featured such celebrated preachers as Billy Graham, Norman Vincent Peale, Robert H. Schuller, Billy Sunday, Ralph W. Sockman, David H. C. Read, Tony Campolo, James A. Forbes, D. James Kennedy, Charles Stanley, William Jennings Bryan, Booker T. Washington, and Rodney " Gipsy " Smith.
* In an episode of Porridge (" A Night In ", 1974 ), Norman Stanley Fletcher ( Ronnie Barker ) jokes to Lennie Godber ( Richard Beckinsale ) in their prison cell about having a night out: " We could ring up those girls on Top of the Pops.
* 2003: Un autre monde ( l ' Herne, 2003 ), preface by Stanley Hoffmann, translator, Toward a new world: speeches, essays, and interviews on the war in Iraq, the UN, and the changing face of Europe ( Melville House Publishing, c2004 ), a selection of speeches by Villepin as Foreign Minister, with commentary by Hoffman, Susan Sontag, Carlos Fuentes, Norman Mailer, Régis Debray, Mario Vargas Llosa, others.
One of the episodes, " Prisoner and Escort ", written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, was about a newly-convicted criminal, Norman Stanley Fletcher ( Barker ), being escorted to prison by two warders: the timid Mr. Barrowclough ( Brian Wilde ) and the stern Mr. Mackay ( Fulton Mackay ).
The central character of Porridge is Norman Stanley Fletcher, described by his sentencing judge as " an habitual criminal " from Muswell Hill, London.
* Norman Stanley Fletcher — Ronnie Barker
Johnson moved with Richard Lippold to New York City by early 1949, rejoining Cage and Cunningham and befriending, within the next couple of years, Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Cy Twombly, Ad Reinhardt, Stanley Vanderbeek, Norman Solomon, Lucy Lippard, Sonja Sekula, Carolyn Brown and Earle Brown, Judith Malina, Diane Di Prima, Julian Beck, Remy Charlip, James Waring, and innumerable others.
The eight wounded in the incident were Sergeant Lorne Ford, Corporal René Paquette, Corporal Curtis Hollister, Corporal Brent Perry, Corporal Brian Decaire, Private Norman Link, Master Corporal Stanley P. Clark and Corporal Shane Brennan.
The series, which was already an established hit, added Knotts to the cast when the original landlords, Helen Roper and her husband Stanley Roper, a married couple played by Audra Lindley and Norman Fell, respectively, left the show to star in their own short-lived spin-off series ( The Ropers ).
* Stanley Brehaut Ryerson, Sam Carr, Charles Simms and Norman Freed were LPP Toronto aldermen while Stewart Smith was elected to the city's Board of Control.
In 1973, Boyer and his colleague Stanley Norman Cohen demonstrated that restriction enzymes could be used as " scissors " to cut DNA fragments of interest from one source, to be ligated into a similarly cut plasmid vector.
* Stanley Norman Cohen ( born 1935 ), American geneticist
Although literary theory has long paid some attention to the reader's role in creating the meaning and experience of a literary work, modern reader-response criticism began in the 1960s and ' 70s, particularly in America and Germany, in work by Norman Holland, Stanley Fish, Wolfgang Iser, Hans-Robert Jauss, Roland Barthes, and others.
The character of Mary Ann Singleton ( played by Laura Linney ) arranges to meet her neighbor Norman Neal Williams ( played by Stanley DeSantis ) at the museum, where he meets his fate.
* Stanley Norman Cohen-Professor of genetics and medicine, who accomplished the first transplantation of genes between cells.
With a number of line-up changes by the mid 1970s the band membership included Jimmy Ellis, Barrington McDonald ( guitarist and a founding member ), Norman Harris and Earl Young with Stanley Wade plus Robert Upchurch joining later on.
* Murray, Stanley Norman.

Norman and Fletcher
The original partners included Norman C. Fletcher, Jean B. Fletcher, John C. Harkness, Sarah P. Harkness, Robert S. MacMillan, Louis A. MacMillen, and Benjamin C. Thompson.
On two occasions, University of Georgia School of Law alumni have simultaneously headed all branches of state government: the last occasion was in 2002, when Roy Barnes was Governor, Norman S. Fletcher was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, Tom Murphy was Speaker of the Georgia House of Representatives and Mark Taylor was President of the Georgia Senate.
* Norman S. Fletcher LL. M 1958-served as a Justice and Chief Justice for the Supreme Court of Georgia.
In 1910 he became an assistant to Works Manager Charles Fletcher, an early Manchester aviator and Norman Crossland, a motor engineer and founder of Manchester Aero Club.
Due to Beckinsale's premature death, Godber does not appear in the 2003 mockumentary Life Beyond the Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher, although Ingrid receives a phone call from him, saying he's stuck on a motorway.
They were married in the final episode of Going Straight and are seen to be still married 25 years later in the spoof documentary, Life Beyond the Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher, with one son.
Norman Stanley " Fletch " Fletcher ( born 2 February 1932 ) is the main character in the popular BBC sitcom Porridge, and the less-successful spin-off, Going Straight.
When last seen, in the mockumentary Life Beyond the Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher, Fletch was landlord of a pub in Muswell Hill, alongside his second wife, Gloria ( an old flame briefly mentioned in Porridge ).
Ives is interviewed in the 2003 mockumentary Life Beyond the Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher.
In the mockumentary " Life Beyond The Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher ", his real name is revealed as being Timothy Underwood, although in Just Desserts he seems to be addressed by a warden as Lewis.
In the 2003 mockumentary Life Beyond The Box: Norman Stanley Fletcher, it is revealed that after being released from prison Grouty continued running his " business empire " ( although he insisted it was now straight, and no-one could prove otherwise ), and also became a " celebrity criminal ", in a similar manner to Frankie Fraser and The Krays.
Going Straight is a BBC sitcom which was a direct spin-off from Porridge, starring Ronnie Barker as Norman Stanley Fletcher, newly released from the fictional Slade Prison where the earlier series had been set.
The moulds were sold in 1966 to Norman Fletcher, a boat builder in West Bromwich, West Midlands, who exhibited a Fletcher GT at the 1967 Racing Car Show.
* Prisoner and Escort: Norman Stanley Fletcher, a career criminal and his escorts — soft-hearted Mr Barrowclough ( Brian Wilde ) and authoritarian Mr Mackay ( Fulton Mackay ) going up to prison.

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Since 1999, the German parliament has again assembled in Berlin in its original Reichstag building, which dates from the 1890s and underwent a significant renovation under the lead of British architect Sir Norman Foster.
The new funds were designated for physics research, and ultimately lead to the establishment of the Norman Bridge Laboratory, which attracted experimental physicist Robert Andrews Millikan from the University of Chicago in 1917.
* Failure of a Norman raid on Ceuta, but at the same time the Normans lead a successful assault against Sfax.
The original Norman northwest tower, which had a lead spire until 1705, was demolished in 1834, due to structural concerns.
The low Norman tower roof was demolished and a new, much higher, broached spire was raised, sheathed in lead.
In that year, he was chosen to lead a Norman expedition to Ireland in support of Diarmait Mac Murchada, the deposed King of Leinster.
The Flaming Lips formed in Norman, Oklahoma in 1983 with Wayne Coyne's brother Mark singing lead vocals and Michael Ivins on bass guitar.
While still a high school student, Norman formed a group called The Back Country Seven, which included his sister, Nancy Jo ; Mark A. Ebner, and high school friend, Gene Mason, who was later to be ( alongside Norman ) one of the lead singers of People !.
Norman became the band's principal songwriter, sharing lead vocals with Gene M. Mason.
Due to the laryngitis of Terry Scott Taylor, lead singer of Daniel Amos, Norman sang their songs from Horrendous Disc with the rest of Daniel Amos backing him so that Daniel Amos could be paid.
Others who acknowledge Norman's influence on their career or music include American drummer Hilly Michaels, who recorded with Norman and Randy Stonehill in 1970 ; Grammy Award-winning recording artist and rapper TobyMac, who described Norman as " socially relevant, spiritually significant and passionate about challenging his generation to new heights of love ", considered Norman his " greatest lyrical influence "; Mark Salomon, the lead singer of Christian metal band Stavesacre and thrash metal band The Crucified, who reveals that it was Norman's concert performance that connected him to Christian music ; and Welsh singer-songwriter Martyn Joseph.
Norman held the lead for all four majors through 54 holes.
At the Masters Norman held the lead with Seve Ballesteros through nine holes on Sunday.
Norman double-bogeyed the par-4 10th and fell out of the lead.
By playing behind the leaders, Norman was able to rejoin the pack and eventually tie for the lead with Jack Nicklaus by birdieing the 17th.
Once more Norman found himself in the lead at Inverness until he stumbled on Sunday again.
The following year Norman once again found himself tied for the lead at the Masters.
At the 1989 Masters Tournament, Norman came to the 72nd hole with a share of the lead, ultimately needing a par to make a playoff or a birdie to win.
Within a few weeks, Norman was tied for the lead at the USF & G Classic in Louisiana when David Frost holed out a greenside sand shot on the 72nd hole, to beat Norman by one.
Norman started 1995 with a third place finish at the Masters, and again took the 54-hole lead at the U. S. Open.
Norman's 6-shot lead evaporated quickly with three straight bogeys on holes 9 – 11, and after Norman found water on the 12th hole, resulting in a double bogey, playing companion Faldo had taken the lead.

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