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Julie London

(b. 1926)


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London Julie

London, Julie (1926 - 2000), Singer

CHAPPELL, Julie Louise Jo (born 1978), Partner, Hawthorn London, since 2014

The Pleasure's All Mine: A History of Perverse Sex. By Julie Peakman (London: Reaktion Books, 2013. 472 pp. £25.00)

Julie V. Gottlieb. Feminine Fascism: Women in Britain's Fascist Movement, 1923–1945. London: I. B. Tauris. 2000. Pp. x, 378. $59.50

Julie Flavell. When London Was Capital of America. New Haven: Yale University Press. 2010. Pp. xii, 305. $32.50

Permanent Waves: The Making of the American Beauty Shop. By Julie A. Willett (New York and London: New York University Press, 2000. xii plus 249 pp. $55.00)

Child Neglect: Practice Issues for Health and Social Care,
 Julie Taylor and Brigid Daniel,
 London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2005, pp. 352, ISBN 1 84310 160 2, £19.95/$34.95

Making Reputations. Power, Persuasion and the Individual in Modern British Politics. Edited by Richard Toye and Julie Gottlieb. I.B. Tauris, London, 2005. ix + 243 pp. ISBN 1-85043-841-2, £45.

Costs and Outcomes of Non-Infant Adoptions,
 Julie Selwyn, Wendy Sturgess, David Quinton and Catherine Baxter,
 London, British Association for Adoption and Fostering, 2006, pp. xiii + 306, ISBN 1 903699 19 3, £12.95

The Managing Care Reader, Jill Reynolds, Jeanette Henderson, Janet Seden, Julie Charlesworth and Anne Bullman (eds), London and New York, Routledge Taylor and Francis, The Open University, 2003, pp. xix + 354, ISBN 0 415 29789 3 (pbk)

HIGGINSON, Irene Julie (born 1958), Professor of Palliative Care and Policy, since 1996 and Director, Cicely Saunders Institute, since 2010, King’s College London; Scientific Director, Cicely Saunders International, since 2002; Honorary Consultant in Palliative Medicine: King’s College London, since 1996; Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, since 2002; Lewisham Hospital, since 2004

 

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B. Julie Peck, 26 September 1926, Santa Rosa, California, USA, d. 18 October 2000, Encino, California, USA. Actress-singer London was inextricably linked to the sultry Arthur Hamilton song ‘Cry Me ...

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