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Richard Preston, executive director of the New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, and Edwin C. Kepler of General Electric Company.
* Richard Preston
* Preston, Richard ( 2002 ), The Demon in the Freezer, New York: Random House.
Directed by Noel Willman, it starred Robert Preston as Henry, Rosemary Harris as Eleanor, James Rado as Richard, and Christopher Walken as Philip.
Joseph Livesey was another British temperance advocate who financed his philanthropic work with the profits attained from cheese production, following an introduction to the food product by a doctor Livesey consulted with regards to a serious ailment in 1816 .< ref > The term Teetotal is derived from a speech by Richard ( Dickie ) Turner, a follower of Livesey, in Preston in 1833.
* H16511 Dr. Richard Arthur Preston " Canada's RMC – A History of Royal Military College " Second Edition 1982
Richard Palmes, a local innkeeper who was carrying a cudgel ( i. e., club ), came up to Preston and asked if the soldiers ' weapons were loaded.
Sir Richard Arkwright, inventor of the spinning frame, was born in Preston.
The township was originally chartered in 1762 and named Preston, after Richard Graham, 1st Viscount Preston of Scotland.
Souderton's current borough councilors are: John Young, Andrew Schlosser ( Vice President ), Ned Leight, Preston Miller, Edward Huber, Richard Halbom, Steven Toy, Brian Goshow ( President ), and D. Jeffery Gross.
* Richard Preston, author of The Hot Zone and other books about infectious disease epidemics and bioterrorism
* H16511 Dr. Richard Arthur Preston " Canada's RMC-A History of Royal Military College " Second Edition 1982
About six months after his visit to Portsmouth, he first saw at Court, and fell in love with, his cousin, Lady Elizabeth Preston, only child and heiress of Sir Richard Preston, Earl of Desmond.
* Richard Graham, 1st Viscount Preston ( October 1688 – February 1689 )
* Richard Graham, 1st Viscount Preston: 28 October 1688 – 2 December 1688
* Preston, Richard A.
Richard Arkwright, the youngest of 13 children, was born in Preston, Lancashire, England on 22 December 1732.
The label also picked up Little Richard ( who re-recorded his Specialty Records hits ) and recorded ( 1965 ) the Soul Classic, " I Don't Know What You've Got ( But It's Got Me )", an R & B success, with Jimi Hendrix, Don Covay, Bernard Purdie, Ronny Miller, and Billy Preston ( before he became successful on his own ).
Around the table, left to right: Preston Hotchkis, Ronald Reagan, Harvey Hancock ( standing ), Richard Nixon, Glenn T. Seaborg, Jack Sparks, ( unidentified individual ), Frank Lindine, and Edwin W. Pauley.
* H16511 Dr. Richard Arthur Preston " To Serve Canada: A History of the Royal Military College of Canada " 1997 Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1969.
* H16511 Dr. Richard Arthur Preston " Canada's RMC-A History of Royal Military College " Second Edition 1982
* H16511 Dr. Richard Preston " R. M. C.

Richard and executive
Under Fosdick the first executive officer of the CTCA was Richard Byrd, whose name in later years was to become synonymous with activities at the polar antipodes.
These programs continued until 1969, when by executive order President Richard Nixon shut down all programs related to American offensive use of biological weapons.
Bob Jones, Sr. argued that if members of Graham ’ s campaign executive committee had rejected major tenets of orthodox Christianity, such as the virgin birth and the deity of Christ, then Graham had violated 2 John 9-11, which prohibits receiving in fellowship those who do “ not abide in the teaching of Christ .” In the 1960s, Graham further irritated fundamentalists by gaining the endorsement of Cardinal Richard Cushing for his Boston campaign and accepting honorary degrees from two Roman Catholic colleges.
The logo was designed by Josh Beatman of Brainchild Studios and DC executive Richard Bruning.
William Hearst died in 1951, at age 88, and was succeeded by Richard E. Berlin as chief executive officer ; Berlin had served as president of the company since 1943.
The festival's chief executive, Richard Moore, compared Loach's tactics to blackmail, stating that " we will not participate in a boycott against the State of Israel, just as we would not contemplate boycotting films from China or other nations involved in difficult long-standing historical disputes .” Australian lawmaker Michael Danby also criticised Loach ’ s tactics stating that “ Israelis and Australians have always had a lot in common, including contempt for the irritating British penchant for claiming cultural superiority.
The most recent representatives for the organisation along with 45 vice presidents are President John J. Sweeny, Secretary-treasurer Richard Trumka, and executive vice president Arlene Holt Baker
However, the foundation of memetics in full modern incarnation originates in the publication in 1996 of two books by authors outside the academic mainstream: Virus of the Mind: The New Science of the Meme by former Microsoft executive turned motivational speaker and professional poker player, Richard Brodie, and Thought Contagion: How Belief Spreads Through Society by Aaron Lynch, a mathematician and philosopher who worked for many years as an engineer at Fermilab.
The founding executive team included Christopher Stone, Richard Soley, Bill Hoffman and John Slitz.
When Richard Nixon tried to use executive privilege as a reason for not turning over subpoenaed evidence to Congress during the Watergate scandal, the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. Nixon,, that executive privilege did not apply in cases where a president was attempting to avoid criminal prosecution.
* Richard Flury, former chief executive of BP
In another project, Petersen was the executive producer for the film Red Corner, starring Richard Gere.
In 2004, Viola began work on a new production of Richard Wagner's opera Tristan und Isolde, a collaboration with director Peter Sellars, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen and executive producer Kira Perov.
U. S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed her as the first female director of the U. S. Mint on May 3, 1933, where she served five full terms until her retirement in 1953, when Republicans under Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon regained the executive branch of government.
The unrest continued, and Tsiranana's successor, Gen. Gabriel Ramanantsoa, resigned on February 5, 1975, handing over executive power to Lt. Col. Richard Ratsimandrava, who was assassinated 6 days later.
Faced with repeated suicides, the company promoted Stephane Richard to chief executive officer on 1 February 2010, while Didier Lombard will remain as chairman.
On July 9, 1970, citing rising concerns over environmental protection and conservation, President Richard Nixon transmitted Reorganization Plan No. 3 to the United States Congress by executive order, creating the EPA as a single, independent agency from a number of smaller arms of different federal agencies.
* Richard M. Scrushy, CEO of HealthSouth, the first executive charged and to be acquitted under Sarbanes – Oxley
* Richard R. " Dick " Jones ( 1910 – 2008 ), a trucking executive and Wyoming Republican politician
* Richard Reines, recording industry executive who is co-owner of Drive-Thru Records, a record label specializing largely in pop punk music.
* Salim ( Sandy ) Bonnor Lewis, born January 27, 1939, moved with his family to Essex in 1980, an American investment banker, arbitrageur, merger-maker, founded in 1980 a general partnership, S B Lewis & Company, a member firm of the New York Stock Exchange, originated and closed, negotiating for both sides, the tax free merger of American Express and Shearson Loeb Rhodes, received a presidential pardon from President Clinton on his last day in office-the only pardon of an NYSE member firm chief executive in Wall Street history, see http :// sblewis. net, known for litigation that forced the Adirondack Park Agency to contribute $ 71, 690. 28 to the farm's litigation cost for government behavior deemed unworthy by Acting Supreme Court Judge Richard B. Meyer in a series of decisions now bedrock in New York State law that allows a farm within the park to build to house farm workers without Park Agency involvement.
Lex boasts some distinguished alumni who have gone on to make careers in business and government – including Nigel Lawson ( former Conservative Chancellor of the Exchequer ), Richard Lambert ( CBI director and former member of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee ), Martin Taylor ( former chief executive of Barclays ), John Makinson ( chairman and chief executive of Penguin ), John Gardiner ( former chairman of Tesco ), David Freud ( former UBS banker and Labour adviser, now a Conservative peer ), John Kingman ( former head of UKFI and a banker at Rothschild ’ s ), George Graham ( RBS banker ), Andrew Balls ( head of European portfolio management at PIMCO ) and Jo Johnson ( Conservative Member of Parliament for Orpington ).

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