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Paul Weller

(b. 1958)


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77. M. 29 Dec. '55. Lewis Paul (Hammersmith). Address: To Mr Paul. Gabriel Wells 1938.—Croker's Boswell 1848, 100.

WELLINGS, Paul William (born 1953), Vice Chancellor and Professor of Population Ecology, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, since 2012

Jacob's Well: A Case for Rethinking Family History. By Joseph A. Amato (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2008. xvi plus 279 pp.)

BARBER, Paul Everard (born 1935), Bishop Suffragan of Brixworth, 1989–2001; an Hon. Assistant Bishop, Diocese of Bath and Wells, since 2001

Echoes from the Poisoned Well: Global Memories of Environmental Injustice. Edited by Sylvia Hood Washington, Paul C. Rosier, and Heather Goodall. Bibliographical references, index.

WOODHOUSE, Samuel Mostyn Forbes (1912 - 1995), Archdeacon of London and Canon Residentiary of St Paul’s, 1967–78, Archdeacon Emeritus and Canon Emeritus, 1978; Archdeacon to: Retired Clergy, Bath and Wells, since 1978; Retired Clergy Association, since 1980

Paul Edmondson and Stanley Wells, Shakespeare's Sonnets. Pp. xiv + 194 (Oxford Shakespeare Topics). Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. Hardbound £25.00 (ISBN 0 19 925611 X).

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From the Great French Dictionary (1688) of Guy Miège to the Royal Dictionary (1699) of Abel Boyer: Tracing Inspiration1 2 1 Revised and expanded text of a paper read at the Second International Conference on Historical Lexicography and Lexicology held at the Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy, on June 22, 2004. 2 We would like to thank Dr. Paul Bogaards, as well as two anonymous referees, for their valuable suggestions and comments.

 

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B. John William Weller, 25 May 1958, Woking, Surrey, England. The rise and fall from critical grace, and subsequent rise of vocalist and guitarist Paul Weller could occupy a small ...

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