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 D. H. Lawrence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David Herbert Lawrence (11 September 1885 – 2 March 1930) was one of the most important, prolific and controversial English writers of the 20th century, whose output spans novels, short stories, poems, plays, essays, travel books, paintings, translations, literary criticism and personal letters.
Lawrence is widely recognised as one of the finest travel writers in the English language and Sea and Sardinia, a book that describes a brief journey from Taormina undertaken in January 1921, is a vivid recreation of the life of the inhabitants of this part of the Mediterranean.
Lawrence rewrote many of his novels several times to perfect them and similarly he returned to some of his early poems when they were collected in 1928.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/David_Herbert_Lawrence   (6178 words)

 David's Page - A Tribute to David Lawrence
David Lawrence was a noble man. Born and raised on the south’ard shore of Harkers Island among oak trees, net spreads and wooden skiffs, David Lawrence could have been just an ordinary man; but he wasn’t.
David was a charter member of the Board of Directors for the Waterfowl Museum and even in recent years of sickness, served to provide inspiration, leadership, encouragement and guidance.
David and Carol were “too good” for the mercantile trade and soon after leaving the store, David burned the overflowing “blue book” (the charge accounts) in his backyard.
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 Lawrence, D. H. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Lawrence eloped to the Continent in 1912 with Frieda von Richthofen Weekley, a German noblewoman who was the wife of a Nottingham professor; they were married in 1914.
Lawrence believed that industrialized Western culture was dehumanizing because it emphasized intellectual attributes to the exclusion of natural or physical instincts.
Lawrence died at the age of 45 of tuberculosis, a disease with which he had struggled for years.
www.bartleby.com /65/la/LawrencDH.html   (578 words)

 David L. Lawrence -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Lawrence had developed a seven point program for Pittsburgh during his first days in office making him one of the first civic leaders to implement a dedicated (The clearing and rebuilding and redevelopment of urban slums) urban renewal plan.
Lawrence fell ill and collapsed at a Pittsburgh campaign rally for gubernatorial candidate (additional info and facts about Milton Shapp) Milton Shapp on November 4, 1966 and was rushed to a local hospital.
Lawrence had attended his first (additional info and facts about Democratic National Convention) Democratic National Convention as a page in 1912 and would attend every future convention for the remainder of his life.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/d/da/david_l._lawrence.htm   (953 words)

 DH Lawrence - The life and death of author, David Herbert Lawrence
Lawrence's dearly beloved mother died of cancer in 1910, with Lawrence reported to have given her an overdose of 'sleeping medicine', to end the pain that she was suffering.
Lawrence loved the beautiful countryside surrounding Eastwood, and this, combined with the stark contrast of the mining industry, was the inspiration for his early novels, including 'The White Peacock' and 'Sons and Lovers'.
Lawrence and Frieda were expelled from Cornwall in 1917, because of the spying allegations, and with not a penny to their name, they returned to London, where they were looked after by friends.
www.lawrenceseastwood.co.uk   (2746 words)

 David L. Lawrence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David Leo Lawrence (June 18, 1889–November 21, 1966), served as the Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania from 1959 to 1963.
In 1945, Lawrence was elected mayor of Pittsburgh by a narrow margin.
Lawrence is sometimes credited with convincing Kennedy to choose Lyndon Johnson as his running mate to balance the ticket and mend a rift between northern and southern Democrats.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/David_L._Lawrence   (925 words)

 D.H. Lawrence
David Herbert Lawrence was born in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, in central England.
Lawrence's childhood was dominated by poverty and friction between her parents.
Lawrence's frankness in describing sexual relations between men and women upset a great many people and over1000 copies of the novel were burned by the examining magistrate's order.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /dhlawren.htm   (1647 words)

 RPO -- Selected Poetry of David Herbert Lawrence (1885-1930)
David Herbert Lawrence was born on September 11, 1885, in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, to a coal-mining father he could sometimes despise and a mother whom he revered.
Lawrence is best known as a novelist for works such as The White Peacock (1911), Sons and Lovers (1913), The Rainbow (1915), Women in Love (1920), The Lost Girl (1920), Aaron's Rod (1922), Kangaroo (1923), The Plumed Serpent (1926), Lady Chatterley's Lover (1928), and The Virgin and the Gypsy (1930).
Lawrence's novels, or his short stories, or even his 5,000 letters would have been enough, individually, to establish him as a great twentieth-century writer, but he also wrote astonishing poetry.
eir.library.utoronto.ca /rpo/display/poet196.html   (564 words)

DAVID: infinitedot is the name of my website, which was inspired by a quote from Mark Leyner: "I was an infinitely hot and dense dot." Leyner is interesting reading.
DAVID: well, accepted is not the best word, as it is a POD publication, which means that they my publisher will publish just about anything.
DAVID: i'll steal advice from Isaac Asimov - at least i think Asimov said this - "Write every day." however, i don't think it's really necessary to actually WRITE every day, just to be thinking about what to write, or reading about what to write...
www.reviewsnmore.com /davidsinterview.html   (720 words)

 The importance of T. E. Lawrence by David Fromkin
Lawrence’s obsession with guilt as a personal theme runs parallel to the political one throughout Seven Pillars, which begins in a Nietzschean spirit with the author’s observation that in the extreme circumstances of the desert war he and his companions were driven to actions that in normal circumstances would be immoral.
Lawrence also was converted to the views of the then-commander of Hussein’s forces—a former officer in the Ottoman army, brought in by the British to try to make soldiers out of Hussein’s tribesmen—that the bedouin of the Hejaz would be better employed in fighting a guerrilla war than in trying to fight a conventional one.
Lawrence claimed that, unknown to others, he had been taken prisoner for a time on the night of November 21–22, 1917, in a place called Deraa, and was homosexually assaulted, bayoneted, and beaten by command of a sadistic Turkish commander.
www.newcriterion.com /archive/10/sept91/fromkin.htm   (7182 words)

 David Lawrence
David Lawrence was appointed to the Board on 8 July 2004 and officially joined Acambis in the August.
David's considerable industry experience and strong financial and management skills are important to the management of Acambis' continued growth.
Prior to joining Acambis, David was Vice President of Finance for Chiron Vaccines, part of Chiron Corporation, where he was responsible for strategic planning, business development, mergers and acquisitions, and played a lead role in Chiron's acquisition of the UK vaccine company, PowderJect Pharmaceuticals plc.
www.acambis.com /?id=1008   (104 words)

 The Point: People: David L. Lawrence
David Leo Lawrence, Mayor of the City of Pittsburgh, 1946-1958; Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1959-1963.
Lawrence's body had been placed on a bier at one end of a large reception room.
Drawing on his long friendship with Lawrence, Bishop Wright told of the first of many times he had gone with Lawrence to visit children of unwed mothers at the Rosalia foundling home.
www.clpgh.org /exhibit/neighborhoods/point/point_n101.html   (714 words)

 David Lawrence
Although originally from Philadelphia, the Lawrence family moved to Buffalo soon after David was born.
In 1912, Lawrence went on the road to cover Woodrow Wilson's campaign, and in 1913 he returned to Washington as a White House correspondent.
Although Lawrence consistently maintained the nonpartisanship of his magazine, he was personally an avowed conservative who opposed the New Deal and endorsed American involvement in Vietnam.
www.gwu.edu /~erpapers/abouteleanor/q-and-a/glossary/lawrence-david.htm   (426 words)

 The Lawrence-Sinclair genealogy pages
David Meade Lawrence was born on 12 Nov 1961 at Westover Air Force Base, Massachusetts.
The David M. Lawrence/Alison M. Sinclair family history is a Web-based, searchable version of our GEDCOM file.
David and Alison are the parents of two children, Malcolm Owain and Mei Seul, one dog, Yugi, two cats, Jin and Bali, and two snakes, Isabel and Gaston.
fuzzo.com /genealogy   (333 words)

We are proud to honor David Herbert Lawrence with this Honored Cosmic Player Plate for his contributions to cosmic baseball and to humanity as a sultan of passion and vision.
For Lawrence, sexuality was primarily a moral issue.
Lawrence was most definitely a godfather of the 20th Century sexual revolution.
www.cosmicbaseball.com /dhlhcpp.html   (955 words)

 Chat with David Rees
David, Lawrence, KS: Wittgenstein begins his "Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus" with the line, "The world is all the it the case." Not only that, but a blog on Lawrence.com shares that line as its title.
David Rees: Most of the GYWO clip art was published in "Office Situations." This wonderfully named collection of clip art was published by Dover in New York.
David Rees: I tried veganism for about nine weeks and realized I was eating a can of Pringle's every night because I was so damn hungry all the time.
etc.lawrence.com /onlinechats/plainchat.php?id=77   (1437 words)

 Frieda Lawrence Collection
Pinghelli, Antonio, 1910- --5.6 (1 from Lawrence), 7.2, 8.8
In 1930 D.H. Lawrence died near Vence, France, of tuberculosis and was buried nearby.
Also included are a series of numbered notebooks and a diary in which Lawrence recorded her thoughts and philosophies throughout her life, as well as articles and essays, some about her life with D.H. Lawrence.
www.hrc.utexas.edu /research/fa/lawrence.frieda.html   (1671 words)

 wgnradio.com - Radio 720 WGN - Chicago's News and Talk . . . and Sports
Back in 1991, David Lawrence was working at WMAL, the ABC station in Washington, DC, doing midday talk.
David's Mission Statement: "Today's world is filled with new challenges for the average individual to understand the digital revolution.
Callers lined up for a half an hour before the show started, and David took calls off-air for up to an hour after the next show began.
wgnradio.com /shows/onlinetonight   (238 words)

 David Lawrence
David Lawrence is a freelance conductor, who is increasingly known for his work as an animateur and choral education consultant.
In 1999 David became the Principal Conductor of the Young World Concerts, which bring together record-breaking numbers of people to celebrate young talent in arenas around Britain.
In May 1999 David prepared over 900 primary and secondary singers and instrumentalists from the Borough of Bexley for a gala performance in the Royal Festival Hall.
www.nycos.co.uk /david_lawrence.htm   (304 words)

 Investigators and Program Directors
Lawrence, D.A., Song, R. and Weber, P. Surface thiols of human lymphocytes and their changes after in vitro and in vivo activation.
Walsh, A.C., Li, W., Rosen, D.R. and Lawrence, D.A. Genetic mapping of GLCLC, the human gene encoding the catalytic subunit of -glutamylcysteine synthetase, to chromosome 6p12 and characterization of a polymorphic trinucleotide repeat within its 5' untranslated region.
Heo, Y., W.T. Lee and Lawrence, D. Differential effects of lead and cAMP on development and activities of Th1- and Th2-lymphocytes.
www.wadsworth.org /resnres/bios/lawrenceda.htm   (447 words)

David is a well known teacher of choral conducting and works as an education consultant and project leader for a number of orchestras and organisations.
Lawrence has visited many schools around the country where she has led workshops that contain a variety of songs, music, active poetry, drama, stories and mask work.
David holds the Guinness Record for conducting the largest choir in the UK, and later this year will conduct CBYV for the Royal Family at a special concert in the Ballroom of Buckingham Palace.
www.lawrence-music.co.uk   (442 words)

 Introduction - D H Lawrence Resources - Manuscripts & Special Collections - The University of Nottingham
The D H Lawrence Collections at The University of Nottingham Library form one of the major international research resources for the study of D H Lawrence (1885-1930), the well-known Nottinghamshire born writer, who was briefly a student at University College Nottingham in the early 20th century.
A video/dvd is now available tracing Lawrence's student career at Nottingham and demonstrating the resources now offered by the University to support the study and enjoyment of Lawrence's work.
Regular exhibitions relating to Lawrence and his work have been mounted in the Weston Gallery in the D H Lawrence Pavilion, part of the University's Lakeside Arts Centre, and versions of these exhibitions are being made available as online exhibitions on this web site.
www.nottingham.ac.uk /mss/online/dhlawrence   (261 words)

 Lawrence David Trailers
Established over 30 years, Lawrence David Ltd, founded by the current chairman, and managed by Managing Director Laurence Marshall and a highly qualified and professional team, has vast experience in the transport field.Its radically different approach to bodybuilding and curtain siders is built upon quality engineering and sophisticated manufacturing techniques.
Innovations through the years Lawrence David are at the forefront of the development of the transport industry.
Every component is designed in-house – from curtains, buckles, webbing restraints, doors, tensioners and pressings to welded structural beams – giving the company total control of quality and performance.
www.lawrencedavid.co.uk   (202 words)

 Amazon.com: Lawrence of Arabia (Limited Edition) (1962): DVD
Lawrence of Arabia is a film that elevated the art of cinematic storytelling to new heights, and it shows.
In the dramatic shot where Lawrence appears on the far horizon after he rescued his Arab companion, the higher picture resolution of DVD makes it possible for us to notice his tiny figure whereas on VHS tapes or laserdisc it is so small it is almost impossible to see.
David Lean breathed life into it with cinematography to rival most directors and a new star he found, Peter O Toole.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00003CXB2?v=glance   (2004 words)

 News and Flash blog by David Lawrence
David Lawrence is a great example of what Leo Bogart was talking about when he spoke about having fun when creating advertising.
David Lawrence's blog referring to news stories and flash files of note.
Lawrence's entries, making him both a pain in the butt and an advertising natural.
heywait.blogspot.com   (1017 words)

 T. E. Lawrence Studies - Lawrence of Arabia Factfile
David Lean's Lawrence of Arabia(discussion of the film in general and the opening scenes)
In the year which sees the seventieth anniversary of the death of T E Lawrence, this major new exhibition reveals the life of an extraordinary man, including his early years, his wartime exploits in the Middle East, his post-war service career and writings, and how his story became a legend.
Lawrence Studies, and www.telstudies.org, which contains more detailed biographical and bibliographical information, and a reference gallery of photographs.
www.telstudies.org   (718 words)

 BBC - Films - FUBAR
But as we follow the mockumentary exploits of mullet-haired rock slobs Dean (Paul Spence) and Terry (David Lawrence), FUBAR springs enough surprises to make an old formula feel fresh.
Lawrence and especially Spence's performances are spot-on, skirting the edges but never toppling into full-on caricature.
However, the film's humour turns decidedly black when it zeroes in on Farrel (Gordon Skilling), the po-faced documentarian who wants to know what being a hard-drinking, naff-lyric-writing would-be guitar hero is all about.
www.bbc.co.uk /films/2004/05/12/fubar_2004_review.shtml   (412 words)

 David_L._Lawrence encyclopedia and info, forum and guides
David Leo Lawrence (June 18, 1889- November 21, 1966), served as the Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania from 1959 to 1963.
The David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh and the David Lawrence Hall and Lawrence Towers at the University of Pittsburgh were named in his honor.
Lawrence fell ill and collapsed at a Pittsburgh campaign rally for gubernatorial candidate Milton Shapp on November 4, 1966 and was rushed to a local hospital.
us-virgin-islands.caribbean-forum.com /encyclopedia.php?title=David_L._Lawrence   (412 words)

 David M. Lawrence BORING Home Page!
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DAVID M. You must NOT have much of a life if you found yourself here.
This means, of course, that some things will not look the way it is supposed to in non-compliant browsers -- such as Internet Explorer.
fuzzo.com /dave   (532 words)

 PG&E Corporation - David M. Lawrence, MD
DAVID M. David M. Lawrence, MD Retired Chairman and
Lawrence is retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Kaiser Foundation Health Plan,Inc. and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, and was an executive officer of those companies from 1991 until his retirement in 2002.
Lawrence, 62, has been a director of Pacific Gas and Electric Company since 1995 and a director of PGandE Corporation since 1996.
www.pgecorp.com /aboutus/corp_gov/directors/DMLawrence.shtml   (91 words)

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