Alan Civil


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Civil, Alan

Civil, Alan (1928)

Civil, Alan (1928)

Civil, Alan (1929 - 1989), horn player

Stevenson, Alan (1807–1865), civil engineer

Barlow, Alan (1881 - 1968), civil servant, collector

Stevenson, David Alan (1854–1938), civil engineer

Nield, Sir William Alan (1913–1994), civil servant

Stevenson, (David) Alan (1891–1971), civil engineer

Harris, Sir Alan James (1916–2000), civil and structural engineer

Neale, Sir Alan Derrett (1918–1995), civil servant and author

Marre, Sir Alan Samuel (1914–1990), civil servant and ombudsman

Wood, Sir Alan Marshall Muir (1921–2009), civil engineer

Barlow, Sir (James) Alan Noel, second baronet (1881–1968), civil servant

Gary W. Gallagher and Alan T. Nolan, editors. The Myth of the Lost Cause and Civil War History. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 2000. Pp. v, 231. $29.95

Alan Taylor The Civil War of 1812: American Citizens, British Subjects, Irish Rebels, and Indian Allies. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. 2010. Pp. vii, 620. $35.00.

Robert Alan Gurval. Actium and Augustus: The Politics and Emotions of Civil War. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 1996. Pp. xiv, 337. $45.50

D. Alan Orr. Treason and the State: Law, Politics, and Ideology in the English Civil War. (Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 2002. Pp. xii, 229. $55.00

Ending Dependency: Lessons from Welfare Reform in the USA, Douglas Besharov, Peter Germanis, Jay Hein, Donald Jonas and Amy Sherman with an introduction by Alan Deacon, London, The Institute for Study of Civil Society, 2001, pp. vii + 102, ISBN 1 903 386 12 8, £6.00. America's Social Revolution, Melanie Phillips, London, The Institute for Study of Civil Society in association with The Sunday Times, 2001, pp. x + 71, ISBN 1 903 386 15 2, £4


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(b Northampton, 1928; d London, 1989). Eng. horn-player and composer. Member of RPO 1953–55, Philharmonia Orch. 1955–66, then prin. hn. BBC SO 1966–88. Prof. of hn. RCM. Member of several chamber groups. Comp. sym. for brass and perc. (1950), wind quintet (1951), wind octet (1951), hn. trio (1952). OBE 1985.

From The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Music in Oxford Reference.

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