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Billington is the author of Mikhailovsky and Russian Populism ( 1956 ), The Icon and the Axe ( 1966 ), Fire in the Minds of Men ( 1980 ), Russia Transformed: Breakthrough to Hope, August 1991 ( 1992 ) and The Face of Russia ( 1998 ), the companion book to the three-part television series of the same name, which he wrote and narrated for the Public Broadcasting Service.
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Billington and is
Michael Billington wrote in The Guardian that " play gets richer with each viewing ... there is poetry and passion behind the mathematics and metaphysics.
Billington Heights is a hamlet ( and census-designated place ) located in the Town of Elma in Erie County, New York, United States.
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Gere is a descendant of Mayflower Pilgrims Francis Eaton, John Billington, George Soule, Richard Warren, Degory Priest, William Brewster, and Francis Cooke.
The critic Michael Billington believes that this version is more suggestive of Fletcher than Shakespeare.
Garry Kasparov is a supporter of Fomenko ; Billington writes that the theory " might have quietly blown away in the wind tunnels of academia " if not for Kasparov's writing in support of it in the magazine Ogoniok.
The critic Michael Billington writes of the piece, " It is not a closet gay play but a classic about the mysterious charm of androgeny.
Colonel Paul Foster ( portrayed by Michael Billington ) is a former test pilot whose plane was critically damaged when SHADO's Sky One intercepted and destroyed a UFO in close proximity to Foster's jet.
There are two settlements: Little Billington ( a hamlet in the west of the parish ) and one that is now called Great Billington ( straddling the busy A4146 ).
This is not the case in most books on local history and place-names, but there are examples of earlier use in a will dated 1543, Kelly's Directory (" comprising Great and Little Billington "), the Victoria County History (" hamlets of Great and Little Billington "), and the Royal Mail Postcode Directory ( either " Great " or " Little " in the official postal addresses ).
Billington and author
People involved in the arts and born in the town include the actress Kathleen Harrison in 1892 ; Alfred Wainwright, author of the Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells, in 1907 ; broadcaster Russell Harty in 1934 ; the internationally renowned Contemporary artist Ross Eccles in 1937, many of his paintings feature Blackburn and Lancashire scenes and landmarks ; the writer Josephine Cox in 1941 who set many of her novels in Lancashire ; the actor Anthony Valentine in 1939 ; the actor Michael Billington, star of UFO in 1941 ; actor Ian McShane in 1942 ; rock musician Tony Ashton in 1946 ; actor Jon Walmsley in 1956 ; film maker Michael Winterbottom in 1961 ; actor Steve Pemberton in 1967 ; actress Wendi Peters in 1968 ; actor / comedian Lee Mack in 1968 ; television host Debbie Travis ; author Tony O ' Neill in 1978 ; television presenter and documentary director Michael Gibson in 1980 ; and singer and actress Diana Vickers in 1991.
* Michael Billington ( activist ), activist in the LaRouche movement, author of Reflections of an American Political Prisoner
Billington and Russian
James Billington, formerly professor of Russian history at Harvard and Princeton and currently the Librarian of Congress placed Fomenko's work within the context of the political movement of Eurasianism, which sought to tie Russian history closely to that of its Asian neighbors.
Billington has received 33 honoris causa degrees, as well as the Woodrow Wilson Award from Princeton University ( 1992 ), the UCLA Medal ( 1999 ), and the Pushkin Medal of the International Association of the Teachers of Russian Language and Culture ( 2000 ).
Billington and 1956
His maternal grandmother, Susan Billington, appeared regularly at Wimbledon in the 1950s, playing mixed doubles on Centre Court with her husband Henry, reaching the third round of the ladies ' doubles in 1951, 1955 and 1956.
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Among the many notable graduates of Lower Merion High School in Ardmore are General Henry H. " Hap " Arnold ( 1903 ), Commanding General of the U. S. Army Air Forces in WWII ; General Alexander M. Haig, Jr. ( 1942 ), the 59th United States Secretary of State ; James H. Billington ( 1946 ), the Librarian of Congress, and ; Kobe Bryant ( 1996 ), a professional NBA basketball player.
Stephen presented London stars such as Edmund Kean, Alexander and Elizabeth Pope ( née Elizabeth Younge ), Mrs. Dorothea Jordan, his brother John Philip Kemble, Wright Bowden, his sister Sarah Siddons, Elizabeth Billington, Michael Kelly ( tenor ), Anna Maria Crouch, and Charles Lee Lewes.
Billington was a longtime member of the editorial advisory boards of Foreign Affairs and of Theology Today, and a member of the Board of Foreign Scholarships ( 1971 – 76 ; Chairman, 1973 – 1975 ), which has executive responsibility for academic exchanges worldwide under the Fulbright-Hays Act.
* John Billington ( 1580s – 1630 ), an immigrant on the Mayflower and first Englishman to be hanged in New England
Billington and 1966
In 1966 Billington appeared in Incident at Vichy at the Phoenix Theatre in London but was best known for his role as Colonel Paul Foster in the 1970 science fiction TV series, UFO, and for creating the character of Daniel Fogarty in the 1971-1974 historical drama, The Onedin Line.
Billington and Russia
Billington describes Fomenko as ascribing the belief in past hostility between Russia and the Mongols to the influence of Western historians.