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Elizabeth West

(1927—1962)


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West, Elizabeth (1927)

COOPER, Rosemary Elizabeth (born 1950), MP (Lab) West Lancashire, since 2005

KENDALL, Elizabeth Louise (born 1971), MP (Lab) Leicester West, since 2010

WEST, Catherine Elizabeth - MP (Lab) Hornsey and Wood Green, since 2015

CAMM, Gillian Elizabeth (born 1959), DL; NHS Regional Appointments Commissioner for South West, 2001–03

LYNNE, Elizabeth (born 1948), Member (Lib Dem) West Midlands Region, European Parliament, 1999–Feb. 2012

PYPER, Susan Elizabeth (born 1951), Lord-Lieutenant of West Sussex, since 2008

HAYES, Helen Elizabeth (born 1974), MP (Lab) Dulwich and West Norwood, since 2015

83. To Susanna Elizabeth Burney West Street, Brighton, 30 May–1 June [1779]

HEALY, Sheila Elizabeth (born 1954), Director, H & H Horizons, since 2009; Member, Arts Council England, and Chair, South West Regional Arts Council, since 2010

WATSON, (Elizabeth) Joyce (born 1955), Member (Lab) Wales Mid and West, National Assembly for Wales, since 2007

TRUSS, Elizabeth (Mary) (born 1975), PC 2014; MP (C) South West Norfolk, since 2010; Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, since 2014

McINTYRE, Anthea Elizabeth Joy (born 1954), Member (C) West Midlands, European Parliament, since Dec. 2011

FRANCIS, Elizabeth Ann (born 1960), Member (C) Wales Mid and West, National Assembly for Wales, 2003–07

Elizabeth L. Eisenstein. Divine Art, Infernal Machine: The Reception of Printing in the West from First Impressions to the Sense of an Ending.

Treasure in the Medieval West, ed. Elizabeth M. Tyler (York: York Medieval P., 2000; pp. 174. £45)

THOMAS, (Mary) Elizabeth (born 1935), with Shropshire Music Service (part-time), 1993–98; Director, West Midlands Board, Central Television plc, 1982–92 (Member, Regional Advisory Council, 1993)

Concert Music, Rock, and Jazz Since 1945: Essays and Analytical Studies. Edited by Elizabeth West Marvin and Richard Hermann. Rochester, N.Y.: University of Rochester Press, 1995

Elizabeth Jameson and Susan Armitage, editors. Writing the Range: Race, Class, and Culture in the Women's West. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. 1997. Pp. xiii, 656. $45.00

 

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(b Alassio, 1927; d nr. Matterhorn, 28 Sept. 1962)

British dancer, choreographer, and director. She studied with E. Espinosa and at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. From 1946 she worked at the Bristol Old Vic, choreographing occasionally there and at the Shakespeare Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon. In 1957 she founded Western Theatre Ballet (now Scottish Ballet) with Darrell. As well as choreographing Stravinsky's Pulcinella and Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf (both 1957) for the company she was the visionary driving force behind it. She died in a climbing accident.

Subjects: Dance.


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