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  Samuel West Trivia - Samuel West Facts - Samuel West Notes
Samuel West is a strong critic of Tony Blair's New Labour government.
Samuel West is a former member of the Socialist Workers Party and the Socialist Alliance, so he has been politically active for many years.
Samuel (about his work as an actor): It would've been hard to do something else, to as it were, run away from the circus and become an accountant.
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  Samuel West
SAMUEL WEST, one of the early pioneers of Boone county, Ind., was born in Estill county, Ky., May 29, 1825.
West's marriage he first settled in Clinton township, where he resided until 1853, when he moved to Lebanon, Ind., and there resided until 1864, when he moved to Worth township and settled on a part of the same farm which he now resides, and which at present comprises 240 acres, well improved.
West are members of the Regular Baptist church, and with their large family enjoy the respect of all their neighbors.
www.rootsweb.com /~inboone/biographies/biography-west-samuel.htm   (456 words)

  
 Samuel West - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Samuel West, sometimes billed as Sam West, (born June 19, 1966) is a British actor, the son of Prunella Scales and Timothy West.
He was educated at Alleyn's School, a co-educational independent school in Dulwich, West London, and later studied English Literature at Lady Margaret Hall at the University of Oxford, but was always destined for an acting career.
As a choral singer Sam West participated in the May 2006 Choir of London tour to Jerusalem and the West Bank, where he also gave poetry readings as part of the concert programme.
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 Samuel West
Samuel left the parental roof in 1841, came to the vicinity of Greenville, and worked on a farm until his twenty-fourth year.
West was again married, to Miss Maria Knappenberger, who has borne him four daughters and three sons: Minnie, Lydia, Samuel, Alice, John, Harry and May, all living at home.
West is a member of the I. F., and a stanch supporter of the Democratic party.
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 Samuel West
Samuel West (March 3, 1730-September 24, 1807), a liberal minister of the Massachusetts Standing Order, was a theological opponent of the doctrines of Jonathan Edwards and an 18th Century forerunner of New England Unitarianism.
West was a firm believer in religious tolerance—he said, "many differences in explaining particular articles of faith are only mere verbal differences"—and he spoke against the ecclesiastical tax, suggesting that people should be free to make contributions to the church of their choice.
West and his compatriots drafted a series of amendments meant to address the concerns of the opponents.
www.uua.org /uuhs/duub/articles/samuelwest.html   (2012 words)

  
 Reviews
West, who was awarded the Critic’s Circle Award for his Hamlet at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 2001, will begin programming the 2005/6 season immediately.
The large cast is headed by Samuel West, whose Faustus, is extremely effective and who turns from a frustrated academic to selling his soul, yet exhibits a powerful underlying belief in God.
Samuel West directs with great verve and subtlety, creating a triangular merry-go-round in which two of the three disagree with the other in turn.
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 Timothy West - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Timothy West CBE (born October 20, 1934) is an English film, stage and television actor.
He was born in Bradford, Yorkshire of the Earl De La Warr family, and educated at the John Lyon School, a boys' independent school in Harrow-on-the-Hill in London.
West's craggy looks ensured a career as a character actor rather than a leading man. He began his career as an Assistant Stage Manager at the Wimbledon Theatre in 1956, and followed this with several seasons of repertory theatre.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Timothy_West   (505 words)

  
 BBC - Drama Faces - Samuel West
Samuel made his name in Howard's End, but he's also appeared in other films including Iris (with Kate Winslet and Dame Judi Dench) and Notting Hill (with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant).
Samuel's the son of revered British actors Timothy West CBE and Prunella Scales (best known as Sybil in Fawlty Towers).
Apparently, Samuel's proudest moment was starring in Dimensions In Time, a Children In Need special of Doctor Who, and (until the planned new series airs in 2005) the last episode of the long-running sci-fi drama made solely by the BBC.
www.bbc.co.uk /drama/faces/samuel_west.shtml   (356 words)

  
 Biography of Dr C Samuel West DN, ND, Chemist & Lymphologist
Dr. West held two doctorates in the natural healing arts, yet he was first a chemist and a lymphologist.
West obtained his first doctorate degree as a Naprapathic physician in 1974.
As a result of these discoveries, as early as 1976 Dr. West was invited to lecture in approximately two-hundred and sixty-five cities per year all over the United States and in Canada for seventeen years.
www.speedhealing.com /BiographyofDrWest.htm   (878 words)

  
 Samuel West
Samuel West is the son of Prunella Scales and Timothy West.
Samuel West (March 3, 1730-September 24, 1807), a liberal minister of the Massachusetts Standing Order, was a theological opponent of the doctrines of Jonathan Edwards and an 18th Century forerunner of New England Unitarianism.
Samuel West is impressive and understated as Colin, and Ashfield nails a mix of pissed-offness and love.
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 Samuel West, [Natural Law: The True Principles of Government (1776)]
Samuel West (1730-1807), the author of the following discourse, was born in Yarmouth, Massachusetts on March 4, 1730, a few months before the arrival of that colony's new governor, Jonathan Belcher, who governed Massachusetts and New Hampshire until 1741.
West was a graduate of Harvard College (1754) and died on September 24, 1807.
West, and return him the thanks of the Board for his Sermon delivered yesterday before both Houses of Assembly; and to request a copy thereof for the press.
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 Dr. C. Samuel West Biography
Samuel West was a the friend, mentor and colleague of Authors, Stephen Thomas Story and Michael Brook for about 23 years from 1982 until his passing on September 13, 2004, due to a brain injury caused by complications of a stroke after an accidental fall in a court room.
West held two doctorates in the natural healing arts, yet he was first a chemist and a lymphologist.
As a result of these discoveries, as early as 1976 Dr. West was invited to lecture in approximately 265 cities per year all over the United States and in Canada for seventeen years.
www.healthwealthpeacemoney.com /Dr.C.SamuelWestBio.htm   (633 words)

  
 Dr. C. Samuel West D.N., N.D.
Samuel West holds two doctorates in the natural healing arts, but he is first a chemist and a lymphologist.
Dr. West obtained his first doctorate degree as a Naprapathic physician in 1974 studying under Dr. Harold C. Swanstrom who was president of The American Naprapathic Association between 1948-1958, and was also the second president of The American Naprapathic Association in 1963.
Dr. West has now dedicated his life to establish a health education program which will help people throughout the world understand how to reverse injury, conquer disease, and live in peace.
www.eng.utah.edu /~woods/west.html   (973 words)

  
 Press Room : Fenwick & West LLP
Fenwick & West LLP is pleased to announce that Michael F. Solomon is joining the firm as a partner in the Tax Group...
Fenwick & West LLP is pleased to announce a two-year financial commitment to Pride Law Fund—one of the oldest LGBT legal advocacy and education groups in the United States...
Samuel Angus, corporate partner with Fenwick & West, was recently quoted in an American Lawyer Media blog...
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 Lycos Movies - Biography - Samuel West
Elliot in "Persuasion", based on Jane Austen's final novel, and as Gerald, lover in the middle of a most unusual marriage in "Carrington" (both 1995).
West made his American TV debut with a small role in "Danielle Steel's 'Zoya'" (NBC, 1995) and was seen as a cross-dresser in an episode of the HBO series "Strangers" (1996).
He is the son of actors Timothy West and Prunella Scales.
entertainment.lycos.com /movies/celeb_bio.php?id=15595   (149 words)

  
 Calendar
Actor and director Samuel West, who succeeded Michael Grandage as artistic director of Sheffield Theatres in 2005, will depart the post at the end of the 2006-2007 season.
At Sheffield, West is in charge of the programming of the Crucible Theatre and its adjoining Studio, as well as the Lyceum Theatre, but the Crucible and Studio will both be closed for refurbishment during the 2007-2008 season.
West, who recently starred in the Crucible studio opposite his father, veteran actor Timothy West, in Caryl Churchill’s A Number, will next direct As You Like It in the Crucible Theatre (running from 31 January to 24 February), in a production that will then transfer to Stratford-upon-Avon as part of the Complete Works season.
www.theatre.com /story/id/3005094   (501 words)

  
 Samuel West
WEST, Samuel, clergyman, born in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, 3 March, 1730: died in Tiverton, Rhode Island, 24 September, 1807.
His father, Sackville West a physician, removed soon after his son's birth to Barn-stable, Massachusetts, where the boy labored on a farm and prepared himself for college.
He was graduated at Harvard in 1754, entered the ministry, was settled over the congregation in New Bedford in 1761, and taught the doctrine that afterward became known as Unitarian.
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 PBS - THE WEST - Samuel Clemens
It was in the West that Samuel Clemens became Mark Twain, and although the landscape and characters of frontier life play only a small part in his writings, one can always detect a tang of the region where he found his literary voice and identity in his distinctively colloquial style.
The couple settled briefly in Buffalo, New York, then permanently in Harford, Connecticut, where Clemens finally turned from journalism to produce the books and novels that are the basis of his fame.
One of the first in this string was Roughing It (1872), an autobiographical account of his years in the West told in the humorous style of his travel writing, which pits a self-confident observer against a setting which he both comically misinterprets and ironically understands only too well.
www.pbs.org /weta/thewest/people/a_c/clemens.htm   (867 words)

  
 Bio for Samuel West on MSN Movies
One of Britain's more underrated actors, Samuel West first became known to international audiences in 1992 as the perpetually unfortunate Leonard Bast in the acclaimed Ismail Merchant/James Ivory adaptation of E.M. Forster's Howards End.
The son of actors Timothy West and Prunella Scales, West was born in London on June 19, 1966.
Upon his graduation in 1988, West secured his first film role as a German aristocrat in Reunion.
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 Samuel West - Biography - Moviefone
One of Britain's more underrated actors, Samuel West first became known to international audiences in 1992 as the perpetually unfortunate Leonard Bast in the acclaimed Ismail Merchant/James Ivory adaptation of E.M. Forster's Howards End.
The son of actors Timothy West and Prunella Scales, West was born in London on June 19, 1966.
In addition to his screen roles, West is known in his native country for his work on the stage, television, and radio, endearing many a listener to his deep, mellifluous voice.
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 Playbill News: Samuel West Appointed New Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres
West, primarily known as an award-winning actor — although he has recently been directing more and more — makes the move north as Grandage, also a one-time actor, has uprooted to London to run the Donmar Warehouse.
West, the son of acting couple Timothy West and Prunella Scales, won widespread admiration for his Royal Shakespeare Company performances as Hamlet and Richard II (his Dane bagged him the Critics’ Circle Best Actor award in 2001).
West added, “At heart, this job is about continuing to make great theatre for the people of Sheffield — a city I’ve known and loved since childhood.
www.playbill.com /news/article/89231.html   (516 words)

  
 Samuel West: Church
As they discussed building a new church, the people of West Needham insisted that the church be put in a new location, an equal distance between the eastern and western settlements.
The people of West Needham (Wellesley) said they would not contribute money if that were the case.
The people in the west part of town thought the church was too far from them.
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 Samuel West v Bd of Trustees WVU
This is a grievance by Samuel West (Grievant) challenging his classification effective January 1, 1994, as a Locksmith in Pay Grade 12 by the Board of Trustees, West Virginia University (Respondent), under the Job Evaluation Plan (JEP) for the State College and University Systems of West Virginia developed by William M. Mercer, Inc. (Mercer Plan).
Grievant, an employee of West Virginia University, was classified in the Mercer reclassification as a Locksmith, Pay Grade 12, effective January 1, 1994.
Neither the West Virginia Education and State Employees Grievance Board nor any of its Administrative Law Judges is a party to such appeal and should not be so named.
www.wvbar.org /technet/gb/gb96/gb960149.htm   (5182 words)

  
 Chronicle of the Old West: 0ld West Newspaper, Radio, Contests, Music, and Movies
This risk-taking, curiosity, drive, inventiveness and acceptance of people as individuals has made us a country where we are having to close our borders, not to keep people in the country, but to make it so we aren’t overrun by all the people wanting to be a part of our country.
We need always to celebrate the history of our American West and continue to emulate and pass on the characteristics of the frontier people that have been so important in making us the great people we are today.
Chronicle of the Old West over five years ago, we had no idea how unique the publication was, and how well it would be received by Old West enthusiasts, as well as people who are interested in America's history.
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 The Celebrity Portal - Samuel West pictures, photos, posters, cards, images, wallpapers, links, fan sites, information, ...
The actor Samuel West was born in the year 1966 and he has the nationality of USA.
Samuel West information, pictures, photos, posters, cards, images, wallpapers, biographies, filmographies, links, fan sites and galleries.
Chronicles the life of the actor Samuel West from his first days in celebrity business.
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 Samuel West
TRUE WEST "Lucifer Sam" Live At The I-Beam - True West live in Spring 1984 at the I-Beam in S...
True West by Sam Shepard - Typewriter Smashing Scene - 1of2 - This is one of the very first scenes I ever did...
True West by Sam Shepard - Typewriter Smashing Scene - 2of2 - This is one of the very first scenes I ever did...
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 Amazon.fr : Escape from Armageddon: Livres en anglais: Samuel E. West   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
He got married in 1961; and with his wife Mary had four children.
Samuel always had an eager desire to explore new horizons in his spiritual and temporal life.
He was an active church member, author, treasurer, and designed the new church building used today.
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 Nelson, Samuel: West's Encyclopedia of American Law
Samuel Nelson served as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1845 to 1872.
He brought with him experience as a politician,
Simply highlight the word and press SHIFT + D for a definition.
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 America's West - Development & History
Women of the West and life on the Plains.
The Progress of Medicine in the 1800's and Elias Samuel Cooper.
However, when the white man moved in and settled in the west, these herds of buffalos were brought to near extinction with only about 300 Buffalos left in 1893.
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