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Elizabeth Wilson

(b. 1921)


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Sherwood, Mary Elizabeth Wilson

Wilson, Elizabeth (1921)

Haffenden [Wilson-Haffenden], Elizabeth (1906-1976), costume designer

Shostakovich: A Life Remembered (New Edition). By Elizabeth Wilson.

WILSON, Elizabeth Alice (born 1937), Chairman, Dumfries and Galloway Community NHS Trust, 1995–97

Philip K. Wilson, Elizabeth A. Dolan and Malcolm Dick (eds), Anna Seward's Life of Erasmus Darwin

Fundraising Close to Home. Elizabeth Westman Wilson, ITDG Publishing, London, 2001, 192 pp, £11.10 (pb), ISBN 1853395331

Elizabeth Wilson. Shostakovich: A Life Remembered. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1994. Pp. xxiv, 550. $35.00

WILSON, Caroline Elizabeth (born 1970), HM Diplomatic Service; Consul General to Hong Kong and (non-resident) to Macao, since 2012

MAGAURAN, Wilfrid Henry Bertram (1898 - 1964), Ear, Nose and Throat Specialist; Consulting ENT Surgeon to Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, London, and Consulting Surgeon to St Anthony’s Hospital, Cheam, Surrey; formerly ENT Surgeon to Wilson Hospital, Mitcham, Surrey

THE 21ST CENTURY BRAIN: EXPLAINING, MENDING AND MANIPULATING THE MIND
 By Steven Rose
 2005. London: Jonathan Cape.
 Price £20.00 ISBN 0-22406254-9
 THE NEW BRAIN SCIENCES: PERILS AND PROSPECTS
 By Dai Rees and Steven Rose Eds
 2004. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
 Price £24.99 Paperback ISBN 0-52183009-5
 Price £65.00 Hardback ISBN: 0-52183009-5
 ESSAYS IN SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE
 By John Cacioppo and Gary Berntson Eds
 2004. Cambridge MA: Bradford Books MIT Press.
 Price £20.00 $32.00 ISBN 0-262-03323-2
 THE NEUROSCIENCE OF SOCIAL INTERACTION: DECODING, IMITATING, AND INFLUENCING THE ACTIONS OF OTHERS
 By Chris Frith and Daniel Wolpert
 2004. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
 Price £32.50 Paperback ISBN 0-19-852926-0
 PSYCHOSOMATIC: FEMINISM AND THE NEUROLOGICAL BODY
 By Elizabeth A. Wilson
 2004. Durham NC: Duke University Press.
 Price $18.95 ISBN 0-8223-3365-1

 

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(b. 1921), character actress.

The versatile performer has usually been cast as mothers, aunts, or spinsters, yet she has managed to find variety and humanity in her characterizations. She was ...

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