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2006 New Year Honours - United Kingdom - Order of The British Empire - Officers of The Order of The British Empire (OBE)
... Frances Mary Beckett, Chief Executive, Church Urban Fund and Chairman, Home Office Advisory Group on the Voluntary and Community Sector ... Griselda Mary Cooper, Consultant Anaesthetist, Birmingham Women's Hospital ... Professor Neva Elizabeth Haites, Vice-Principal and Head of the College of Life Sciences and Medicine, University of Aberdeen ...
1963 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1963
... Judy Garland and Burt Lancaster Cleopatra, starring Elizabeth Taylor, Rex Harrison, Richard Burton - (U.S.A./U.K./Switzerland) Codine - (France/Romania) Come Blow Your Horn, starring Frank Sinatra ... U.K./U.S.A.) Johnny Cool, starring Henry Silva and Elizabeth Montgomery Judex, directed by Georges Franju - (France) K Kanto Wanderer (Kantō mushuku) - (Japan) Kings of ... directed by Frank Tashlin, starring Danny Kaye Mary, Mary, starring Debbie Reynolds, Diane McBain and Barry Nelson Matango (aka Attack of the Mushroom People), directed by Ishirō Honda - (Japan ...
List Of Saints - Christian Saints Since 450 A.D.
... Yes Anthony of Padua 1231 Yes Anthony Galvão 1822 Yes Anthony Mary Claret 1870 Yes Antoine Daniel 1648 Yes Saint Aphrodisius 65 Yes Yes Saint Apollo 5th ... Yes Yes Eligius 659 or 660 Yes Yes Elisabeth of Hungary 1231 Yes Yes Elizabeth of Portugal 1336 Yes Elizabeth of Russia 1918 Yes Elizabeth Ann Seton 1821 Yes Emeric of Hungary ... Loyola 1556 Yes4 Yes Innocent of Alaska 1879 Yes Innocencio of Mary Immaculate 1934 Yes Ignatius of Laconi 1781 Yes Irene of Lesvos 1463 Yes Isaac Jogues 1646 ...

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