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* 1960Nicholas Dingley alias Razzle, British drummer ( Hanoi Rocks ) ( d. 1984 )
The second director ( 1960 to 1971 ) was Nicholas U. Mayall.
Hughes and Plath had two children, Frieda Rebecca ( 1960 ) and Nicholas Farrar ( 1962 ) and in 1961, bought the house Court Green, in North Tawton, Devon.
( 1960 ), Frank Loesser's How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying ( 1962 ), Marvin Hamlisch, Ed Kleban, James Kirkwood, and Nicholas Dante's A Chorus Line ( 1976 ), Stephen Sondheim's and James Lapine's Sunday in the Park with George ( 1985 ), Jonathan Larson's Rent ( 1996 ), and Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt's Next to Normal ( 2010 ).
Fabergé had four sons: Eugène ( 1874 – 1960 ), Agathon ( 1876 – 1951 ), Alexander ( 1877 – 1952 ) and Nicholas ( 1884 – 1939 ).
He published several books on art and artists, including Jack B. Yeats: An Appreciation and an Interpretation ( on Jack Butler Yeats ) and Pictures in the Irish National Gallery ( both 1945 ), and Nicolas Poussin ( 1960 ) on Nicholas Poussin.
Alexander's son, Nicholas Fandorin, is born around 1960.
* Nicholas Geoffrey Lysaght, 9th Baron Lisle ( b. 1960 )
St Germans died on 19 September 1960 and his titles passed to his elder son, Nicholas Richard Michael Eliot.
Nicholas Dingley, alias Razzle ( 2 December 1960 – 9 December 1984 ), was the drummer of Hanoi Rocks from 1982 until his death.
* Bruce Murray, now 12th Duke of Atholl ( born 6 April 1960 ), who was educated at Saasveld Forestry College and in 1984 married Lynne Elizabeth Andrew, the first daughter of Nicholas Andrew, of Bedfordview, South Africa.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb (, alternatively Nessim or Nissim, born 1960 ) is a Lebanese American essayist and scholar whose work focuses on problems of randomness, probability and uncertainty.
* Nicholas Van Slyck, Fantasia Numerica: Sonata for bassoon alone ( 1960 )
Pastrano was already married as a teenager, and by 1962, he and his wife Faye, had five children ; John ( born 1955 ), Donna ( 1957 ), Frank ( 1959 ), Nicholas ( 1960 ), and Angelo ( 1962 ).
She married him in 1892, and they had five children, all boys: George ( 1893 – 1915 ), Jack ( 1894 – 1959 ), Peter ( 1897 – 1960 ), Michael ( 1900 – 1921 ), and Nicholas ( Nico ) ( 1903 – 1980 ).
* Finding of the relics ( 1960 ) of New Martyr Nicholas the Deacon, of Mytilene ( 1463 )
* Alexandre Benois ( 1870 – 1960 ), Russian painter and stage designer, son of Nicholas Benois
Nicholas Andrew Esasky ( born February 24, 1960 in Hialeah, Florida ), is a former Major League Baseball first baseman and third baseman.
He is married to Clara Mary Johnston ( b. 1960 ), elder daughter of Nicholas John Johnston by his wife Susanna Maria Chancellor, younger daughter of Sir Christopher Chancellor CMG They have four children-Bertram, Stella, Ruby and Honor Weatherall.
* Nicholas Fandorin ( b. 1960 )
* Nassim Nicholas Taleb ( born 1960 ), Lebanese-American businessman and academic

1960 and Poppe
* 1960 – Erik Poppe, Norwegian film director
Erik Poppe ( born 24 June 1960 ) is a Norwegian film director, screenwriter and former cinematographer and press photographer.

1960 and presented
The team achieved good results and in 1960 the club presented a team that won the third division of the Buenos Aires league, reaching the second division.
Stanisław Lem wrote a short story in early 1960 called " IJON TICHY ' S MEMORIES ", in which he presented a scientist who devised a completely artificial virtual reality.
In 1960, CBS Television presented Mrs. Miniver starring Maureen O ' Hara as Mrs Miniver, Leo Genn as Clem Miniver, Juliet Mills and Keir Dullea.
Sadler's Wells opera presented an English version by Geoffrey Dunn beginning on 16 May 1960.
These names are commonly derived from an earlier, Nin-ana " lady of the sky ", although Gelb ( 1960 ) presented the suggestion that the oldest form is, Innin (< sup > D </ sup > INNIN ), and that Ninni, Nin-anna, and Irnina are independent goddesses in origin.
Paton's passport was confiscated on his return from New York in 1960, where he had been presented with the annual Freedom Award.
In 1960, German musicologist Kurt Reinhard presented a stylistic taxonomy, as opposed to a morphological one, with 2 divisions determined by either single or multiple voiced playing ( Kartomi, 1990 ).
Kwame Nkrumah, president of Ghana ( 1960 – 66 ), coined the term neo-colonialism in the book Neo-Colonialism, the Last Stage of Imperialism ( 1965 ) As a political scientist, Nkrumah theoretically developed and extended, to the post – War 20th century, the socio-economic and political arguments presented by Lenin in the pamphlet Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism ( 1917 ), about 19th-century imperialism as the logical extension of geopolitical power to meet the financial investment needs of the political economy of capitalism.
On 15 April 1960, over a million signatures for a plea to release him were presented to the Governor.
On 8 December 1960, Bissell presented outline plans to the " Special Group " while declining to commit details to written records.
In 1960 and 1961 two separate awards were presented for the best spoken and for the best musical comedy performance.
On May 16, 1960, an abridged version of the musical was broadcast under the original title archy & mehitabel as part of the syndicated TV anthology series Play of the Week presented by David Susskind.
In 1960 he was presented with the American Public Health Association's Albert Lasker Award, and in 1962 he was made a Commander of the British Empire.
In 1960 Ellis presented a paper on his new approach at the American Psychological Association ( APA ) convention in Chicago.
* In 1960, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presented Ampex with an Oscar for technical achievement.
* Cooke " 0 " – ( 1960, unpublished ): BBC performance, completed 1st, 3rd and 5th movements plus partial realisations of the 2nd and 4th movements ; presented as part of a lecture-demonstration
Since 1960 the Award has been presented to “ peace heroes ” who have exemplified the courage of nonviolent resistance to abusive power, armed conflict, and violent oppression.
It has been issued since 1960, when it was presented to Eleanor Roosevelt, and consists of a certificate, a ceremony, and the presentation of a bronze medallion inscribed with a quotation by Gandhi, " Love Ever Suffers / Never Revenges Itself.
From 1928 to 1960, Children's Hour in Scotland was organised and presented by Kathleen Garsgadden, known as Auntie Kathleen, and whose popularity brought crowds to the radio station in Glasgow.
These events influenced the company to renew its efforts: the car was presented to the public for the first time at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1960 and Volvo turned to Jensen Motors, whose production lines were under-utilised, and they agreed a contract for 10, 000 cars.
It was at the NRAO, in 1960, that Frank Drake presented the Drake Equation, which was developed to provide an estimate of the total number of detectable extraterrestrial civilizations in the Milky Way galaxy.
From 1960 to 1965 a further award was presented for Best Engineered Recording-Special or Novel Effects.
From 1960 to 1965 a further award was presented for Best Engineered Recording-Special or Novel Effects.
In the case of Japan, bluegill were presented to the then-crown prince, Akihito in 1960 as a gift by Richard J. Daley, mayor of Chicago.

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