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David Brooks

(b. 1953)


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David J. Brooks

Brooks, David (1953– )

Sir David Brook (c. 1499—1559) judge

Brooks, David Gerald (born 1934)

BROOK, David Conway Grant (born 1935)

BROOKER, David (born 1952), Director of Sport, Department for Culture, Media and Sport, 2011–14

FITT, Alistair David (born 1957), Vice-Chancellor, Oxford Brookes University, since 2015

HARDY, David Ian Brooker (born 1950), Director, Distance Education International, since 2007

BROOKS, (Arthur) David (1864 - 1930), Lord Mayor of Birmingham, 1917, 1918, and 1919

Brook [Broke], Sir David (c. 1498x1500-1559/1560), judge

BLAIR, Hew David (born 1951), Chairman, Justerini & Brooks, since 2007 (Director of Buying, 1986–2012)

BROOK, Caspar (1920 - 1983), Director, David Owen Centre for Population Growth Studies, University College Cardiff, since 1974

BROOKING, Trevor (David) (born 1948), football broadcaster, since 1984; Director of Football Development, Football Association, 2004–14

BROOK, David (1854 - 1933), ex-President, the United Methodist Free Churches; ex-President National Council of Free Churches; ex-Moderator of Federal Council of the Free Churches

A Matter of Faith: Religion in the 2004 Presidential Election, edited by David E. Campbell. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press, 2007, 308 pp.; $26.95 USD (paper), $62.95 USD (cloth)

Union & Emancipation: Essays on Politics and Race in the Civil War Era. Ed. by David W. Blight and Brooks D. Simpson. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 1997. xii, 231 pp. $35.00, ISBN 0-87338-565-9.)

Words on Music: Essays in Honor of Andrew Porter on the Occasion of his 75th Birthday. Ed. by David Rosen and Claire Brook. pp. xiii + 346. Festschrift Series, 20. (Pendragon Press, Hillsdale, NY, 2004, £42.50. ISBN 1-57647-097-0.)

BROOKS, David James (born 1949), Hartnett Professor of Neurology, Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College, London University at Hammersmith Hospital, since 1993 (Head, Centre for Neuroscience, 2010–11; Deputy Head, Division of Brain Sciences, 2011–14); Hon. Consultant, Hammersmith Hospital, since 1993; Professor of Neurology, Institute of Clinical Medicine, Aarhus University, since 2012

 

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(1953– ),

born Canberra, graduated from the ANU in 1974, before completing postgraduate studies at the University of Toronto, 1976–79. He has since taught in English departments at the University of ...

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