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Alan Smith


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Alan Verner Smith (1908—1983) toymaker and sculptor

SMITH, Alan (1930 - 2002), mining engineer

Smith, Alan Gregory Clayton (born 1957)

ELLIOT-SMITH, Alan Guy (1904 - 1997)

Caiger-Smith, Alan (born 1930), potter

SMITH, Alan (1917 - 2013), President, Dawson International plc, since 1982

Smith, Alan Verner [Sam] (1908-1983), toymaker and sculptor

SMITH, Peter Alan (born 1946), Director, NM Rothschild & Sons Ltd, since 2001

SMITH, Alan Christopher (born 1936), Chief Executive, Test and County Cricket Board, 1987–96

SMITH, Alan Keith Patrick (born 1941), non-executive Chairman, Space NK Ltd, since 1997

SMITH, Alan (born 1954), UNESCO Professor of Education, University of Ulster, since 2000

SMITH, Alan Oliver (1929 - 1998), DL; Chief Constable of Derbyshire, 1985–90

Theology and the Arts: Engaging Faith. By Ruth Illman and W. Alan Smith

SMITHERS, Alan George (born 1938), author and broadcaster; Professor of Education and Director, Centre for Education and Employment Research, University of Buckingham, since 2004

SMITH, Alan Frederick (born 1944), Chairman, Acambis (formerly Peptide Therapeutics) plc, 1999–2006 (non-executive Director, 1995–2006)

COOKE, Gregory Alan (born 1949), Chairman, BNP Paribas Real Estate UK (formerly ATIS Real Weatheralls, then Atisreal), since 2001 (Senior Partner, Weatherall Green & Smith, 1998–2001)

RAE SMITH, Alan (1885 - 1961), Chartered Accountant, formerly senior partner of Deloitte Plender Griffiths and Co.; a director of Savoy Hotel Ltd; was Financial Adviser to Ministry of Shipping, 1939–41, and to Ministry of War Transport (later Ministry of Transport), from 1941

SMITH, Alan Edward (born 1945), Senior Vice President, Research, 1989–2011 and Chief Scientific Officer, 1996–2011, Genzyme Corporation, Cambridge, Mass; Lady Margaret Beaufort Fellow, Christ’s College, Cambridge, since 2012

FERSHT, Alan (Roy) (born 1943), Herchel Smith Professor of Organic Chemistry, University of Cambridge, 1988–2010; Fellow, since 1988, and Master, since 2012, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; Hon. Director, Cambridge Centre for Protein Engineering (formerly MRC Unit for Protein Function and Design), 1989–2010; Emeritus Group Leader, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, since 2010

 
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