Paul Allen


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ALLEN, David Paul (born 1979), Director, Finance (formerly Finance and Shared Services), Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, since 2010

Paul C. Allen. Philip III and the Pax Hispanica, 1598–1621: The Failure of Grand Strategy. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2000. Pp. xvi, 335. $35.00

ALLEN, W(alter) Godfrey (1891 - 1986), Surveyor of the Fabric of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1931–56; Consulting Architect to Southwark Cathedral, 1932–55, to Exeter Cathedral, 1942–52, to Gloucester Cathedral since 1953; architect in private practice

DAVIES, Paul Lyndon (born 1944), Allen and Overy Professor of Corporate Law, University of Oxford, 2009–14, now Emeritus; Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, 2009–14, now Emeritus; Senior Research Fellow, Commercial Law Centre, Harris Manchester College, Oxford, since 2014

ALLEN, William Richard (born 1940), Jim Joel Professor of Equine Reproduction, Department of Veterinary Medicine (formerly Clinical Veterinary Medicine), University of Cambridge, 1995–2007, now Professor Emeritus; Fellow, Robinson College, Cambridge, 1995–2007, now Emeritus; Director, Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association Equine Fertility Unit, Newmarket, 1989–2007; Scientific Director, Paul Mellon Laboratory of Equine Reproduction, since 2008


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(1775–1826), born in Rhode Island, graduated from Brown University (1793) and lived in Philadelphia, where he was well known as a magazine contributor. His works include Original Poems, Serious and Entertaining (1801); Noah (1821), a narrative poem largely revised by John Neal, who was almost entirely the author of Allen's History of the American Revolution (2 vols., 1819); and, with Nicholas Biddle, the official History of the Expedition of Captains Lewis and Clark (1814).

From The Oxford Companion to American Literature in Oxford Reference.

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