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Lionel George Curtis ( 1872 – 1955 ) was a British official and author.
* From Empire to International Commonwealth: A Biography of Lionel Curtis by Deborah Lavin, Oxford University Press ( 1995 ), ISBN 0-19-812616-6
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The document had in fact been compiled by Lionel Curtis and other members of Milner's Kindergarten.
Milner and British official Lionel George Curtis were the architects of the Round Table movement, a network of organizations promoting closer union between Britain and its self-governing colonies.
He performed with Chet Baker before moving, and with Lionel Hampton after, and recorded with Harold Land and Curtis Counce in Los Angeles.
* TCM Remembers 2010: director Arthur Penn, editor Dede Allen, Jean Simmons, director Roy Ward Baker, Lynn Redgrave, producer David Brown, editor Sally Menke, Harold Gould, director Dino De Laurentiis, Dennis Hopper, Jill Clayburgh, Robert Culp, James Mitchell, James MacArthur, Johnny Sheffield, Corey Haim, director Clive Donner, Kevin McCarthy, Cammie King, Eddie Fisher, director Éric Rohmer, John Forsythe, producer Irving Ravetch, art director Robert F. Boyle, Robert Ellenstein, producer Tom Mankiewicz, editor Suso Cecchi d ' Amico, Fess Parker, Baby Marie Osborne, Lena Horne, Lionel Jeffries, Kathryn Grayson, Tony Curtis, Doris Eaton Travis, writer Joseph Stein, director Ronald Neame, Claude Chabrol, Gloria Stuart, June Havoc, Glenn Shadix, Peter Graves, Barbara Billingsley, Leslie Nielsen, director Blake Edwards, Zelda Rubinstein, cinematographer William A. Fraker, producer David L. Wolper, Meinhardt Raabe, director Irvin Kershner and Patricia Neal.
The first chairman was Robert Cecil, while Lionel Curtis served as honorary secretary.
While there, he became a member of " Milner's kindergarten ", a circle of young administrators and civil servants whose membership included Leo Amery, Bob Brand, Philip Kerr, Richard Feetham and Lionel Curtis.
The idea of Imperial unity was carried on after the war by Lionel Curtis and the Round Table movement, which continues to this day as a forum and promoter of the Commonwealth of Nations.
* Lionel Curtis ( 1872 – 1955 ), founder of the Royal Institute of International Affairs
According to Quigley, the leaders of this group were Cecil Rhodes and Alfred Milner from 1891 until Rhodes ’ death in 1902, Milner alone until his own death in 1925, Lionel Curtis from 1925 to 1955, Robert H. ( Baron ) Brand from 1955 to 1963, and Adam D. Marris from 1963 until the time Quigley wrote his book.
Yet Lionel Curtis, who according to Quigley was one of the leaders of the Round Table movement, wished for it to be a World government with teeth, writing articles with H. G.
* Lionel Curtis
* 1919 – 1921: Lionel Curtis, RIIA founding secretary
* Curtis, Lionel: Papers relating to the application of the principle of dyarchy to the government of India, 1920
Accordingly, on his return to the United States he was one of the early figures in the establishment of the Council on Foreign Relations which served as the New York branch of the Lionel Curtis Institute of International Affairs.
He wrote to Lionel Curtis asking for help and was given, for two years, a professorship in international relations at Aberystwyth, Wales.
He became involved with the Round Table Groups, which were semi-secret discussion and lobbying groups organized by Lionel Curtis, Philip Henry Kerr ( Lord Lothian ), and ( Sir ) William S. Marris in 1908-1911.
After the armistice, he alternated between Dublin and London during the Irish War of Independence as Information Officer for Dublin Castle, working closely with Lionel Curtis.

Lionel and writing
* Come Back, Africa, a film shot underground in Sophiatown in the 1950s by Lionel Rogosin with writing credits by Bloke Modisane, Lewis Nkosi, and Lionel Rogosin.
He also worked on the revues Three Cheers ( 1917 ) with Herman Darewski, Airs and Graces with Lionel Monckton, and, years later, Sky High for the Palladium Theatre, but these were only diversions from his chief focus of writing lyrics for musicals and operetta adaptations.
The third volume, Fighting for Britain, 1937 – 1946, won the Duff Cooper Prize in 2000, the Samuel Johnson Prize for non-fiction writing in 2000, the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for biography in 2001, the Arthur Ross Book Award for international relations in 2002, and the Lionel Gelber Prize for International Relations.

Lionel and Round
* Sir Lionel, a knight of the Round Table in Arthurian legend
Fellow Knight of the Round Table Sir Calogrenant and a religious hermit try to intervene, but Lionel slays them both when they get in the way.
The film is about a sprited teenage girl named Kayley who wants to be a knight of the Round Table in Camelot like her father Sir Lionel, a blind young man named Garrett who wishes only to be left alone, and their quest to find Excalibur.
A young girl named Kayley desires to become a knight of the Round Table like her father Sir Lionel in the kingdom of Camelot and wishes to accompany him when the knights are called to a special meeting with King Arthur, but he kindly objects that she is too young and promises to take her someday.
Like all his family, Lionel becomes a Knight of the Round Table.
Bors proves himself worthy of the Grail when he refuses to fight back, and Lionel kills a religious hermit and Sir Calogrenant, a fellow Knight of the Round Table, when they try to protect Bors from his wrath.

Lionel and wrote
Ingram, older than the rest of the members of the band, left to serve active duty in Vietnam, and was later replaced by Walter " Clyde " Orange, the second lead singer who wrote or co-wrote many of their hit tunes before Lionel Richie came on board.
Lionel Tertis, in his transcription of the Elgar cello concerto, wrote the slow movement with the ' C ' string tuned down to B flat, enabling the viola to play one passage an octave lower.
After the successful BBC dramatisation of 1968, the film rights were bought by the actor Lionel Jeffries, who wrote and directed the film, released in 1970.
Don Hill, an expert on the subject, who wrote detailed liner notes on the " Goodnight Ladies and Gents, the creole music of Lionel Belasco " CD, claims that " According to rumour ", he taught her a bit more than simply how to play the piano .... she was shipped back to England in disgrace, and Belasco was forced to flee to New York.
During the decade Bliss wrote chamber works for leading soloists including a Clarinet Quintet for Frederick Thurston ( 1932 ) and a Viola Sonata for Lionel Tertis ( 1933 ).
In 1992 and 1993, they wrote and performed Lionel Nimrod's Inexplicable World for BBC Radio 4.
In 1992 and 1993, he and Herring wrote and performed Lionel Nimrod's Inexplicable World for BBC Radio 4, before moving to BBC Radio 1, for one series of Fist of Fun ( 1993 ).
Benny Golson, who had done a stint in Lionel Hampton's band with Brown, wrote " I Remember Clifford " to honour his memory.
He wrote arrangements for Paul Whiteman, Louis Prima, Lionel Hampton, Gene Krupa, Artie Shaw, Hot Lips Page, Jack Teagarden, Ina Ray Hutton and Alvino Rey.
* Lionel Davidson lived at Carlyle Mansions from 1976-1984, where he wrote The Chelsea Murders, a CWA Gold Dagger winner.
Among her most important mentors were Columbia professors Jacques Barzun and Lionel Trilling, while Clifton Fadiman was an important inspiration: She wrote about these three in her final non-fiction work, When Men Were the Only Models We Had: My Teachers Barzun, Fadiman, Trilling ( 2002 ).
Cyril Lionel Robert James ( 4 January 1901 – 19 May 1989 ), who sometimes wrote under the pen-name J. R. Johnson, was an Afro-Trinidadian historian, journalist, socialist theorist and essayist.
Rickard also highlights amongst the key early Fortean Times advocates and supporters: Ion Alexis Will, who discovered The News in 1974 and became a " constant of valuable clippings, books, postcards and entertaining letters "; Janet and Colin Bord, later authors of Mysterious Britain ( Janet also wrote for Flying Saucer Review and Lionel Beer's Spacelink, while it was Colin's Fortean article in Gandalf's Garden that is particularly cited by Rickard as bringing him / them to his attention ); Phil Ledger, a " peripatetic marine biologist ", and The News < nowiki >'</ nowiki > " first enthusiastic fan "; Ken Campbell, Fortean playwright ; John Michell ; Richard Adams and Dick Gwynn, who both helped with the evolving layout and typesetting of later issues ; Chris Squire, who helped organise the first subscription database ; Canadian " Mr. X "; Mike Dash and cartoonist Hunt Emerson.
The band and its individual members worked with and wrote for artists such as Michael Jackson, Boz Scaggs, Steely Dan, Santana, Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis, Larry Carlton, Chicago, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Quincy Jones, Paul McCartney, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Lionel Richie, Olivia Newton-John and hundreds more.
Justice Lionel Murphy wrote most broadly of the Franklin Dam decision's broader environmental and social implications in terms of the UNESCO Convention's common heritage of humanity principle, stating that " The preservation of the world's heritage must not be looked at in isolation but as part of the co-operation between nations which is calculated to achieve intellectual and moral solidarity of mankind and so reinforce the bonds between people which promote peace and displace those of narrow nationalism and alienation which promote war ... he encouragement of people to think internationally, to regard the culture of their own country as part of world culture, to conceive a physical, spiritual and intellectual world heritage, is important in the endeavour to avoid the destruction of humanity.
Lionel Foyster wrote an account of the various strange incidents that happened, which he sent to Harry Price.
The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis was produced by Martin Manulis Productions in association with 20th Century Fox Television ; creator Shulman also wrote the theme song in collaboration with Lionel Newman.
Wieseltier also edited and introduced a volume of works by Lionel Trilling entitled The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent and wrote the foreword to Ann Weiss's The Last Album: Eyes from the Ashes of Auschwitz-Birkenau, a collection of personal photographs that serves as a paean to pre-Shoah innocence.
Lionel Trilling wrote that the novel expresses a belief in the alienation of human thought from human experience.
" He also wrote under the pseudonyms of Geoffrey Marsh, Lionel Fenn, Simon Lake, Felicia Andrews, and Deborah Lewis.
Richard Appel wrote a deleted " elaborate fantasy segment " revolving around Marge, the only remnant of which is her cleaning the sink during the first Lisa scene, and also did a scene with Lionel Hutz that was dropped as well.
Lionel Davidson ( 31 March 192221 October 2009 ) was an English novelist who wrote a number of acclaimed spy thrillers.

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