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Peter Cross

(b. 1951)


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Marino Sanudo Torsello. The Book of the Secrets of the Faithful of the Cross (Liber Secretorum Fidelium Crucis), tr. Peter Lock

Eldad Davidov, Peter Schmidt, and Jaak Billiet, eds. Cross-Cultural Analysis: Methods and Applications. New York: Routledge. 2011. 507 pp. $51.95 (paper).

HULME CROSS, Peter - Member, London Assembly, Greater London Authority, 2004–08 (UK Ind, 2004–05; One London, 2005–08)

EMERSON, Peter Albert (born 1923), Hon. Consultant Physician, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (formerly Westminster and Charing Cross Hospitals), since 1988

BRIND, Peter Holmes Walter (1912 - 1999), DL; Vice President, Surrey Branch, British Red Cross Society, since 1984 (Deputy President, 1977–84)

GREENING, Wilfrid Peter (1914 - 1999), Consultant Surgeon to Royal Marsden Hospital, 1952–79; Consulting Surgeon, Charing Cross Hospital, since 1975

BEALE, Peter (John) (born 1934), Hon. Consultant, British Red Cross, since 2000 (Chief Medical Adviser, 1994–2000)

Peter the Great through British Eyes: Perceptions and Representations of the Tsar since 1698, by Anthony Cross (Cambridge: Cambridge U.P., 2000; pp. 172. £35)

Postmodern Cross-Culturalism and Politicization in U.S. Latina Literature: From Ana Castillo to Julia Alvarez. Fatima Mujcinovic. New York: Peter Lang, 2004. 200 pages. $63.95 cloth.

 

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(1951–), British writer and illustrator. Born in Guildford, Cross worked as a technical illustrator for Hawker Siddley before creating original illustrations beginning in 1975. Cross has written and illustrated popular ...

Subjects: Literature.


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