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Christopher House

(b. 1955)


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House, Christopher (30 May 1955)

House, Christopher (30 May 1955)

CHIVERS, Christopher Mark (born 1967), Principal, Westcott House, Cambridge, since 2015

PARRY, Christopher John (born 1953), Managing Director (formerly Director), Merl House Ltd, since 2008

DOBSON, Christopher Selby Austin (1916 - 2005), Librarian, House of Lords, 1956–77

Wray, Sir Christopher (c. 1522-1592), judge and speaker of the House of Commons

Yelverton, Sir Christopher (1536/1537-1612), judge and speaker of the House of Commons

The Irish Country House: Its Past, Present and Future, ed. Terence Dooley and Christopher Ridgway

HANCOCK, Christopher David (born 1954), Director, Oxford House Consultancy (formerly Institute for Religion and Society in Asia, then Oxford House Research Ltd), since 2010

THOMAS, Michael Christopher Pryce (born 1949), Legal Adviser to the European Union Committee, House of Lords, 2008–14

PALMER, Christopher Laurence (born 1954), RN; Chief Executive, Corporation of the Church House, since 2010; Gentleman Usher to the Queen, since 2011

ARTHUR, Christopher Geoffrey (1882 - 1943), Reserve of Officers, Canadian Forces; Overseas Representative Canadian Government Department of Pensions and National Health, Canada House, Trafalgar Square

CHESHIRE, (Christopher) Michael (born 1946), Senior Medical Advisor, Haelo, since 2013; Medical Advisor, Broughton House Nursing Home, since 2012

Christopher Reid. Imprison'd Wranglers: The Rhetorical Culture of the House of Commons, 1760–1800.

Christopher Reid, Imprison’d Wranglers: The Rhetorical Culture of the House of Commons, 1760–1800.

Imprison’d Wranglers: The Rhetorical Culture of the House of Commons, 1760–1800, by Christopher Reid

GRAYLING, Christopher (Stephen) (born 1962), PC 2010; MP (C) Epsom and Ewell, since 2001; Leader of the House of Commons and Lord President of the Council, since 2015

KERSE, Christopher Stephen (born 1946), Second Counsel to Chairman of Committees and Legal Adviser to Select Committee on the European Union, House of Lords, 1995–2007

Addison, Christopher (1869 - 1951), Lord President of the Council, March-October 1951; Chm. Medical Research Council, 1948; Leader of House of Lords, 1945–51

 

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(b Newfoundland, 30 May 1955)

Canadian dancer, choreographer, and director. He began his training at the late age of 21 in Ottawa and at York University, Toronto, then in 1979 joined Toronto Dance Theatre. After creating two works for the company, including Schola Cantorum (mus. Satie, 1981) he was appointed resident choreographer, becoming director in 1994. His early style was formal and technically complex, although in works like Encarnado (mus. Viver, 1993) he also began to experiment with narrative. During this period he also created works for Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, including Agitato (mus. Roger Sessions, 1992), for the National Ballet of Canada, including Café Dances (mus. various, 1991), and for Ballet British Columbia. His more recent works have tended to be full-length, multi-disciplinary productions, including Timecode Break (2006) and Chiasmata (2007).

Subjects: Dance.


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