Beaglehole


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Beaglehole

(ˈbiːɡəlˌhəʊl)
n
(Biography) John. 1901–71, New Zealand historian and author. His works include Exploration of the Pacific (1934) and The Journals of James Cook (1955)
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Velma Beaglehole has extensive experience as a teacher and literacy coach.
He used to chew my ear off about it every day and I felt for him a little bit," said the 44-year-old, who knows the set-up at Leicester first hand after spending a year alongside the Foxes' Under-23s coach Steve Beaglehole, working with the club's development squad in 2012/13.
13) As biographer John Beaglehole comments, "this was rather a new note in the literature of discovery.
Beaglehole & Irwin, 2004 pointed out that the major infectious diseases linked with poverty of material conditions but also non-communicable diseases--both physical and mental--and violent deaths that form the major burden of disease and death in every region of the world outside Africa and add substantially to the burden of communicable disease in sub-Saharan Africa.
And Leices-t e r 's development coach Steve Beaglehole feels Chilwell's England recognition is well deserved.
As Auckland University professors Robert Beaglehole and Ruth Bonita said at a recent UN meeting, "a turbo-charged effort" is needed against the sale and consumption of tobacco, with the sale of tobacco phased out internationally by 2040, and global action on a scale not seen yet.
Professor Robert Beaglehole of Auckland university in New Zealand helped lead the international group of experts.
Velma Beaglehole works as a Literacy Coach in country regions south of Adelaide.
Phillips, described by Cook's biographer James Beaglehole as "bone idle, slack and amiable", proved to be an erratic husband and the last years of Susan's life, spent in a wretched farmhouse in Ireland, separated from her devoted family and friends, were deeply unhappy; this is evident even in the guarded tone she adopts in her letters.
These tensions have persisted in New Zealand's handling of refugee and asylum seeking, comprehensively analysed in this wide ranging, well-sourced and thorough investigation by Ann Beaglehole.
Detels, Beaglehole, Lansg and Gulliford, Oxford Textbook of Public Health, chapter: Global Health agenda for twenty first centuary, Oxford University Press, 5th Edition, 2009.