David Rogers


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David J. Rogers

ROGERS, David Arthur (born 1921), Archdeacon of Craven, 1977–86

ROGERS, David Andrew - Director, Strategy and Constitution, Scottish Government, since 2012

ROGERS, David P. (born 1957), President and Chair of the Board, Health and Climate Foundation, since 2007

ROGERS, David Bryan (1929 - 2006), Deputy Secretary and Director General, Board of Inland Revenue, 1981–89

ROGERS, Nigel David (born 1935), free-lance singer, conductor and teacher; Professor of Singing, Royal College of Music, 1978–2000

ROGERS, Alex David (born 1968), Professor of Conservation Biology, University of Oxford, since 2010; Fellow of Somerville College, Oxford, since 2010

Alone Together: How Marriage in America Is Changing By Paul R. Amato, Alan Booth, David R. Johnson and Stacy F. Rogers Harvard University Press. 2007. 323 pages. $45 cloth

Robert David Ward and William Warren Rogers. Alabama's Response to the Penitentiary Movement, 1829–1865. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. 2003. Pp. xii, 163. $55.00

Alabama's Response to the Penitentiary Movement, 1829–1865. By Robert David Ward and William Warren Rogers. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2003. xii, 163 pp. $55.00, isbN 0-8130-2663-6.)

William Warren Rogers, Robert David Ward, Leah Rawls Atkins, and Wayne Flynt. Alabama: The History of a Deep South State. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press. 1994. Pp. xxvii, 735. Cloth $49.95, paper $29.95

FORSYTH, David (1877 - 1941), Consulting Physician to Charing Cross Hospital; Consulting Physician to Evelina Hospital for Children; late Senior Physician to the Psychological Clinic (Ministry of Pensions); Fellow, Royal Society of Medicine (Past President, Psychiatric Section); Member, British Psychological Society; International Psycho-analytical Association; Roger’s Prizeman, University of London


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B. 27 March 1936, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, d. 10 August 1993, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. From 1952 (military service excepted), his ambition to entertain saw him playing local venues, including almost ...

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