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Leslie West

(b. 1945)


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TAYLOR, David Leslie (1946 - 2009), MP (Lab and Co-op) Leicestershire North West, since 1997

LESLIE, Charlotte Ann (born 1978), MP (C) Bristol North West, since 2010

VINING, Leslie Gordon (1885 - 1955), Archbishop of West Africa since 1951; Bishop of Lagos, since 1940

AYRES, Ian Leslie (born 1954), Chief Officer, NHS West Kent Clinical Commissioning Group, since 2012

COUPER, Leslie (1871 - 1929), General Manager, Bank of British West Africa, Ltd; member of West African Currency Board and of Palestine Currency Board

OLIVER, Leslie Claremont (1909 - 1990), Consulting Neurosurgeon: Charing Cross Hospital; Westminster Hospital; West London Hospital; Royal Northern Hospital; Founder, Neurosurgical Centre, Oldchurch Hospital, Romford

MUNRO, Leslie (1901 - 1974), MP (National) for Hamilton West, New Zealand, 1969–72 (for Waipa, 1963–69)

THOMAS, Meyric Leslie (1928 - 2013), Vice Lord-Lieutenant of West Glamorgan, 1997–2001; Consultant, Hutchinson Thomas (formerly L. C. Thomas and Son, later Hutchinson Thomas), Solicitors, since 1990 (Partner, 1956–90)

Leslie Brubaker and Julia M. H. Smith, editors. Gender in the Early Medieval World: East and West, 300–900. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2004. Pp. xi, 333. Cloth $80.00, paper $29.99

PAUL, Leslie Douglas (1903 - 1970), Organist and Master of the Choristers, Bangor Cathedral, 1927–69; Organ and Piano Tutor, University College of North Wales, and North Wales Training College; Examiner for Associated Board of Royal Schools of Music since 1945, including examination tours: India, 1946; New Zealand, 1948; West Indies, 1957; Adjudicator at Festivals

 

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B. Leslie Weinstein, 22 October 1945, Forest Hills, New York, USA. West, who from an early age suffered from a glandular disorder that affected his weight, began his rock ‘n’ ...

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