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Denzil Ibbetson records that " Muhammad bin Qasim maintained these regulations, declaring that the Jats resembled the savages of Persia " According to Wink " While the Jats were also granted ( aman ) a considerable number of Jats were also captured as prisoners of war and deported to Iraq and elsewhere as slaves.
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Rose and Denzil Ibbetson stated that there is no conclusive proof that the Agnikula clans are of Gurjara origin ; they believed that there is possibility of the indigenous tribes adopting Gurjara names, when their founders were enfiefed by Gurjara rulers.
* Denzil Ibbetson, Edward Maclagan, Lesser known tribes of N W India and Pakistan ( Delhi: Amar Prakashan.
The first census of the Punjab was conducted by Denzil Ibbetson and Edward MacLagan in 1883 and 1892.
According to Susan Bayly: Those like ( Sir William ) Hunter, as well as the key figures of H. H. Risley ( 1851 – 1911 ) and his protégé Edgar Thurston, who were disciples of the French race theorist Topinard and his European followers, subsumed discussions of caste into theories of biologically determined race essences, ... Their great rivals were the material or occupational theorists led by the ethnographer and folklorist William Crooke ( 1848 – 1923 ), author of one of the most widely read provincial Castes and Tribes surveys, and such other influential scholar-officials as Denzil Ibbetson and E. A. H. Blunt.
These, said such commentators as Denzil Ibbetson and E. A. H. Blunt, were the qualities of the non-patrician ' peasant ' – the thrifty Jat or canny Kurmi in upper India, ....
Rose and Denzil Charles J. Ibbetson note the Kamboj and Yaduvanshi Ahirs agriculturists as the first rank husbandmen.
Denzil Ibbetson noted that "... some of the higher tribes of the same class will not marry with them.
In the Punjab Census Report ( 1911 ), Pandit Harikishan Kaul points out that members of the Arain tribe are “ mostly Muhammadans ,” ( in the Glossary of the Tribes and Castes of the Punjab and North West Frontier Province, Denzil Ibbetson also refers to the Arains as, “ Almost to a man Muhammadans ”).
According to Sir Denzil Ibbetson, it was after the famines of 1783 AD many of the Arains emigrated from Ghaghhar valley and setteled in the area near Bareilly i. e. Rohilkhand.
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According to harpsichord maker and scholar Denzil Wraight, such hammers have their origin in " 15th-century paper organ pipe technology ".
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The King believed that Puritans ( or Dissenters ) encouraged by five vociferous members of the House of Commons, John Pym, John Hampden, Denzil Holles, Sir Arthur Haselrig and William Strode along with Viscount Mandeville ( the future Earl of Manchester ) who sat in the House of Lords, had encouraged the Scots to invade England in the recent Bishops ' Wars and that they were intent on turning the London mob against him.
In the March 2000 elections, Denzil Douglas and the Labour Party were returned to power, winning eight of the 11 seats in the House.
From the mid-1930s onwards the ILP also attracted the attention of the Trotskyist movement with various Trotskyist groups working within it, such as the Marxist Group of which CLR James, Denzil Dean Harber and Ted Grant were members.
He coordinated his efforts with a group of other peers who were displeased with the possibility of a Catholic succession ; this group met at the home of Denzil Holles, 1st Baron Holles, and included Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Carlisle, Thomas Belasyse, 2nd Viscount Fauconberg, James Cecil, 3rd Earl of Salisbury, George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, and George Savile, 1st Viscount Halifax.
* Denzil and Gwynedd ( played by Sparkes and Banks ) sketches were centred around ethnic jokes, and mockery of the Welsh language.
He was sent to the king at Oxford both in 1643 and 1644 to negotiate terms, and the secret communications with Charles on the latter occasion were the foundation of a charge of treason brought against Whitelocke and Denzil Holles later.
Its previous secretaries were G. A. Pyman ( 1959 – 61 ), Christopher M. Swaine ( 1961 – 63 ), Denzil D. Harber ( 1963 – 66 ), F. R. Smith ( 1966 – 75 ), J. N. Dymond ( 1975 – 77 ), J. O ' Sullivan ( 1977 – 78 ) and Mike Rogers ( 1978 – 2006 ).
Scripts were written by GTV staffers Roland Strong ( series producer ) and Denzil Howson ( series director ) under pseudonyms.
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The village of St. Paul's is home to the current national leader, Dr. Denzil Llewellyn Douglas, and was also the hometown of the nation's first premier Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw.
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The TRC had a number of high profile members: Archbishop Desmond Tutu ( chairman ), Dr. Alex Boraine ( Deputy Chairman ), Mary Burton, Advocate Chris de Jager, Bongani Finca, Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, Sisi Khampepe, Richard Lyster, Wynand Malan, Reverend Khoza Mgojo, Hlengiwe Mkhize, Dumisa Ntsebeza ( head of the Investigative Unit ), Dr. Wendy Orr, Advocate Denzil Potgieter, Mapule Ramashala, Dr. Fazel Randera, Yasmin Sooka and Glenda Wildschut.
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Dr. Denzil Douglas became the new prime minister of the federation, and retains the post to this day.
On his return to Europe, he married Welsh artist Dorothy Tennant, and they adopted a child, Denzil, who in 1954, donated some 300 items to the Stanley archives at the Royal Museum of Central Africa in Tervuren, Belgium.
After national service he became a busy semi-professional musician, touring US airbases with Denzil Bailey's Afro-Cubists and the Graham Fleming Combo.
Private Peter Denzil Allen was convicted of Convery's murder and served ten years and eight months of a life sentence in Risdon Prison.
Gareth Lewis ( who played pub landlord Meic Pierce ) is the seventh longest-serving actor in a continuous role in British television soap history, while Gwyn Elfyn played the part of village shopkeeper Denzil Rees continuously for nearly 28 years from 1984, making him in January 2012 the tenth longest-serving actor still appearing in a United Kingdom soap opera role.
Early on, he showed himself antagonistic to the court, to Roman Catholicism, and to the extension of the royal prerogative, and was coupled by Charles II with Denzil Holles as " stiff and sullen men ," who would not yield against their convictions to his solicitations.
Denzil Holles, 1st Baron Holles PC ( 31 October 1599 – 17 February 1680 ) was an English statesman and writer, best known as one of the five members of parliament whom King Charles I of England attempted to arrest in 1642.
Ibbetson and Jats
In the writings of the occupational theorists, the Kurmis and the Jats came to be extolled for their yeoman-like purposefulness, tirelessness, and thrift, all of which, according to writers such as, Crooke, Ibbetson, and Blunt had been largely abandoned by the landed elite.
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By the end of the 18th century, the ruins were considered picturesque and sublime, attracting visitors and artists, and paintings of the castle were made by Thomas Girtin, Moses Griffith, Julius Caesar Ibbetson, Paul Sandby and J. M. W. Turner.
Director Ronald Neame worked with Guinness on The Horse's Mouth ( 1958 ), and a number of other participants were also involved in both films, including actress Kay Walsh, cinematographer Arthur Ibbetson and editor Anne V. Coates.