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Maugham

(ˈmɔːm)
n
(Biography) W(illiam) Somerset. 1874–1965, English writer. His works include the novels Of Human Bondage (1915) and Cakes and Ale (1930), short stories, and comedies

Maugham

(mɔm)

n.
W(illiam) Somerset, 1874–1965, English writer.
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Roy Maugham, Tax Partner of UHY Hacker Young, commented: 'Airlines provide a crucial piece of infrastructure.
Jolyon Maugham, one of Ed's non-dom advisers who later became a reluctant headline-maker when it emerged he'd helped celeb clients dodge tax, lamented he was "feeling a bit like today's Gillian Duffy.
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The 82-year-old found the copy of Ashenden by W Somerset Maugham as he was moving house.
Roy Maugham, head of tax at UHY Hacker Young, said: "Consumer interest in boutique products continues to grow.
Roy Maugham of UHY Hacker Young said: "Companies have a duty to their shareholders to keep costs low, and tax payments are a major cost.
My biography of Somerset Maugham (2004) discussed the influence of Joseph Conrad's Victory (1915) on Maugham's underrated homosexual novel The Narrow Corner (1934).
Many glittering figures of the last century fled humdrum origins, not least Noel Coward and Gertrude Lawrence, both of whom were clients in the 193os of interior decorator Syrie Maugham, daughter of the East End philanthropist Thomas John Barnardo.
If we think of Somerset Maugham today it is in terms of the East: the sweaty lands of Empire and rubber plantations, second-class steamers and adventurers in lagoons and gentlemen's clubs.
Her latest effort focuses on the accomplished, complex, and sometimes pitiable life of renowned British author Somerset Maugham.
AEAE Maugham, who was just the opposite of Woolf - younger in years, but older, more worn and tired in the face - offered me his hand.
The former Gold Blend advert star Sharon Maugham really is going to need a hot coffee after running naked through a forest to flee kidnappers.