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ROOKE, James Smith (1916 - 2011), Chief Executive, British Overseas Trade Board, 1972–75; HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Lecturer, Diplomatic Academy, Vienna, 1980–97

WEEKS, Edward Augustus (1898 - 1989), Senior Editor and Consultant, Atlantic Monthly Press; American Field Service (Croix de Guerre, 1918); Fellow American Academy Arts and Sciences

FRANKS, Augustus Wollaston (1826 - 1897), Civil Service (retired); President, Society of Antiquaries; Trustee, British Museum; Hon. Member Royal Academy

An Outbreak of Acute Respiratory Disease Caused by Mycoplasma pneumoniae and Adenovirus at a Federal Service Training Academy: New Implications from an Old Scenario

‘A true Siberia’: Art in Service to Commerce in the Dresden Academy and the Meissen Drawing School, 1764–1836

HART, Charles Henry (1847 - 1918), lawyer, art expert and writer; Director of Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia; resigned 13 Jan. 1902, at the close of 20 years’ service

ILYUSHIN, Sergei Vladimirovich (1894 - 1977), Order of Lenin (5 times); Soviet aircraft designer; Professor, N. E. Zhukovsky Air Force Engineering Academy; Lieutenant-General, Engineering Technical Service

Investment Services And Securities Across Europe - Seminar organised by the European Association for Banking and Financial Law (AEDBF) in co-operation with the Academy of European Law (ERA) and with the support of the European Union, Frankfurt (Germany), 21 November 2003.

BREBNER, Alexander (1883 - 1979), Indian Service of Engineers, retired; Member of Council and Executive of National Trust for Scotland, retired 1961; Board of Scottish Special Housing Association (appointed by Secretary of State for Scotland), 1954–61; Acting Secretary, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 1954–55, retired

MOORE, James Lennox Irwin (1866 - 1953), late Aural Referee to Civil Service; Surgeon to Hospital for Diseases of Throat, Nose, and Ear, Golden Square; Surgeon to the London Throat Hospital for Diseases of the Throat, Nose, and Ear; Senior Assist Surgeon to the Metropolitan Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospital, Fitzroy Square; Senior Assistant to the Professor of Laryngology, King’s College Hospital; Laryngologist and Aural Surgeon to Princess Marie Louise’s Military Hospital, Bermondsey; Consulting Throat Physician to the London Academy of Music; Honorary Throat Physician to the Actors’ Association

MACKENZIE, Hector William Gavin (1856 - 1929), Censor, 1916–18; Senior Censor, 1920; RCP Lond.; Consulting Physician to St Thomas’s Hospital; Consulting Physician Brompton Hospital for Consumption, London, and King Edward VII Sanatorium, Midhurst; Hon. Physician Samaritan Hospital, Royal Academy of Music and Queen’s College, London; Lecturer on Medicine, St Thomas’s Hospital; Examiner in Medicine Conjoint Board and Indian Medical Service; Capt. 2nd London General Hospital RAMC Territorial Force

 

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