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Little Company


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Little Company, The

‘That Little Company of Angels’: The Tragedies of Children's Deaths

LITTLER, Emile (1903 - 1985), Theatrical Impresario, Producer, Author and Company Director

Littler, Sir John Hunter (1783-1856), army officer in the East India Company

LITTLER, (James) Geoffrey (1930 - 2010), Director, Montanaro UK Smaller Companies Investment Trust plc, 1995–2000

All Quiet on the Western Front, E. M. Remarque (translated by A. W. Wheen), London and New York, Little Brown and Company, 1995 (reprinted)

‘Little flat furnished by Maple . . . ’ The ‘English Taste’ in Buenos Aires: The Thompson and Maple Companies (1887–1986)

The Making of the Pope 2005. By Father Andrew M. Greeley. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2005. 254 + xxix pp. $23.95

The Blood of Flowers. Anita Amirrezvani. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2007. 384 pages. $23.99 hardcover.

OSBORNE, Peter (George) (born 1943), Chairman and Managing Director, Osborne & Little plc (design company), since 1967

Harlem Is Nowhere: A Journey to the Mecca of Black America. Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts. New York: Little, Brown and Company, 2011. 304 pages. $24.99 cloth.

Rachel Schreiber. Gender and Activism in a Little Magazine: The Modern Figures of the Masses. Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate Publishing Company. 2011. Pp. xi, 182. $104.95

PARSONS, Charles Algernon (1854 - 1931), JP Northumberland; Chairman of the steam turbine, electrical, optical and engineering works, C. A. Parsons & Co., at Heaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne; Chairman of the Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Limited; Chairman of Ross, Ltd, Optical Works, Clapham Common; Chairman of Parsons Optical Glass Co., Little Chester, Derby; Past President of the Institute of Physics; Past President of the British Association; Past President, North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders

 

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A novel by Eleanor Dark, was published in 1945. Set in wartime Sydney, it deals mainly with the experience of Gilbert Massey, a middle-aged bookseller and author of leftist political ...

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Eleanor Dark (1901—1985)


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