Mary Phillips

(b. 1915)

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1 To Mary Cranfield from Martha and Mary Suckling and Phillip Willoughby, 27 August 1633 [Related to Letters No.s 1–8]

Social Work with Older People, 4th edn,
 Judith Phillips, Mo Ray and Mary Marshall,
 Basingstoke, Palgrave, 2006, pp. xi +196, ISBN 1 4039 1613 6, £17.99

PHILLIPS, John (1855 - 1928), Hon. Physician to Queen Mary, 1918; Professor Emeritus of Obstetric Medicine, King’s College, London, and Consulting Obstetric Physician King’s College Hospital

PHILLIPS, Sidney (died 1951), Consulting Physician to St Mary’s Hospital, the Lock Hospital, the London Fever Hospital, and Paddington Green Children’s Hospital; Treasurer, Royal College of Physicians, 1924–38; late Examiner Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, War Office, and University of London; late Brevet Col RAMC

Alcoholics Anonymous as a Mutual-Help Movement: A Study in Eight Societies. By Klaus Makela, Ilkka Arminen, Kim Bloomfield, Irmgard Eisenbach-Stangl, Karin Helmersson Bergmark, Noriko Kurube, Nicoletta Mariolini, Hildigunnur Olafsdottir, John H. Peterson, Mary Phillips, Jurgen Rehm, Robin Room, Pia Rosenqvist, Haydee, Rosovsky, Kerstin, Stenius, Grazyna Swiatkiewicz, Bohdan Woronowicz, and Antoni Zielinski. The University of Wisconsin Press, 1996. 310 pp. Cloth, $46.00; paper, $14.95


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(1915–), English-born writer of children's books mostly set in South Africa. Three novels feature the early Dutch settlers. The Bushman Speaks (1961) and The Cave of Uncle Kwa (1965) were ...

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