Brian Masters

(b. 1939)

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McMaster, Brian (born 1943), administrator

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MASTERS, Brian John (1932 - 1998), Area Bishop of Edmonton, since 1984

McMASTER, Brian (John) - Director, Edinburgh International Festival, 1991–2006

HOBAN, (Brian) Michael (Stanislaus) (1921 - 2003), Head Master of Harrow, 1971–81

RUNNETT, Henry Brian (1935 - 1970), Organist and Master of the Choristers, Norwich Cathedral, since 1967; Conductor, Norwich Philharmonic Society, since 1970

Brian Devine, Yeats, The Master of Sound: An Investigation of the Technical and Aural Achievements of William Butler Yeats

JOHNSON, Brian Frederick Gilbert (born 1938), Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Cambridge, 1995–2005; Master of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, 1999–2005

DOWNS, Brian Westerdale (1893 - 1984), Fellow (Master, 1950–63) of Christ’s College, Cambridge; Professor of Scandinavian Studies, 1950–60

BURGESS, Russell Brian (1931 - 1979), Director of Music, Wandsworth School, since 1954; Associate Chorus Master, New Philharmonia Chorus, since 1971

HALL, (Frederick) Brian (born 1934), Master (Care and Protection), Supreme Court of Judicature of Northern Ireland, 1986–2006

HEAP, (Robert) Brian (born 1935), Master, St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, 1996–2004 (Hon. Fellow, since 2004); Research Associate, Centre for Development Studies, University of Cambridge, since 2012

Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. Directed by Peter Weir. Screenplay by Peter Weir and John Collee, based on novels by Patrick O'Brian. USA. 2003; color; 138 minutes. Distributed by Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation


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(1939– ),

British writer, born in London, the son of Cockney parents, educated at University College Cardiff and the University of Montpelier in France. Having written several studies on French authors ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (20th Century onwards).

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