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Three Guys (Konitz, Lee, Steve Swallow And Paul Motian album)

Konitz, Lee, Steve Swallow And Paul Motian - Three Guys

Review: Paul Guyer: Values of Beauty: Historical Essays in Aesthetics

ROTHSCHILD, Guy (Edouard Alphonse Paul) de (1909 - 2007), Officier de la Légion d’Honneur, 1959

Guy-Paul de Coligny, Count of Laval, to Sidney, Basle, 5 June 1573

Chabanon, Michel-Paul-Guy de (died 1792), writer on music, violinist, composer

POLANI, Paul Emanuel (1914 - 2006), Prince Philip Professor of Pædiatric Research in the University of London, 1960–80, then Professor Emeritus; Geneticist, Division of Medical and Molecular Genetics (formerly Pædiatric Research Unit) of Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals’ Medical School, King’s College, London at Guy’s Hospital; Children’s Physician, and Consultant Emeritus, Guy’s Hospital; Geneticist, Italian Hospital; Director, SE Thames Regional Genetics Centre, 1976–82

ASHLEY, Francis Paul (1942 - 2000), Professor of Periodontology and Preventive Dentistry, since 1984 and Head, Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Dental Institute, King’s College, since 1998, London University

The Spirit World in the Letters of Paul the Apostle: A Critical Examination of the Role of Spiritual Beings in the Authentic Pauline Epistles. By Guy J. Williams.

THOMPSON, Richard (Paul Hepworth) (born 1940), Physician to the Queen and Head of HM Medical Household, 1993–2005 (Physician to the Royal Household, 1982–93); Consultant Physician, St Thomas’ Hospital, 1972–2005, now Emeritus Consultant, and Governor, since 2007, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust; President, Royal College of Physicians, 2010–14

BOAS, Guy (1896 - 1966), Headmaster of Sloane School, Chelsea, 1929–61 (produced there 15 of Shakespeare’s plays); formerly Sen. English Master St Paul’s Sch., and Lectr in English Literature to the Oxford Univ. Extension Delegacy; ‘G. B.’ of Punch; Vice-President, English Association; Originator and Associate Editor of English, 1936–65

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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