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Pritchett

(ˈprɪtʃɪt)
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(Biography) Sir V(ictor) S(awdon). 1900–97, British short-story writer, novelist, essayist, and autobiographer; his works include Mr Beluncle (1951) and A Careless Widow (1989)
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This year, the Metro New York Printing Ink Association (MNYPIA) nominated Ink World group publisher Dale Pritchett, a founding member of the club and a current member of the board of directors, as its Joseph A.
Although Pritchett begins his history with an account of Brownsville as a quarter of working-class Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, his real interest emphasizes the years after 1940 when Brownsville gradually changed first into a working-class residential district for African Americans and then into a black slum.
elected Colorado conservationist Bryan Pritchett to chair the organization's Board of Directors for the next two years.
Amy Pritchett, an assistant professor in the Georgia Institute of Technology School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Atlanta, hopes the results of her study on an enhanced aircraft cockpit display system will lead to a smoother-running operation.
By privileging the idea of chance operations above the music that such operations can produce, Pritchett tells us, scholars have had a tendency to see all of Cage's work after 1951 as an "undifferentiated mass of 'chance music,'" a body of compositions that are so much alike that brief and superficial descriptions of them are sufficient.
Indeed, the notoriety and misunderstanding it brought Cage linger on even now: Pritchett needs to open his introduction with the words 'John Cage was a composer' and subsequently spends the best part of five pages justifying them.
executive Lou Pritchett foresaw a radically altered business culture in a talk on entrepreneurial management, which emphasized alliances with employees and partnerships with suppliers.
And each time King was arrested, Pritchett freed him in short order, before the national press could turn him into a martyr.
Pritchett ' s early short stories, such as those in Marching Spain (1928), were set in the Spain he knew well in his younger days and wrote about later in The Spanish Temper (1954).
What Pritchett does in his writing--in this book, and in his own novels and short stories--is to reflect something about the English nature that has also been caught by the graphic artists and political cartoonists he most admires, especially Gillray and Cruikshank.
com, the premier year-round resource for the best deals on gadgets, apparel, and more, has recently hired its first Chief Financial Officer, Douglas "Dusty" Pritchett, and Human Resources Manager, Julie Yarbrough.
Pritchett employs a lot of millennials and he recently ranked on a glassdoor.