Barbara Ward


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Noun1.Barbara Ward - English economist and conservationist (1914-1981)
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Around 150 locals turned up at the Barbara Ward Community Centre in North Dublin for a meeting on Monday night.
Dominic Tierney of the Atlantic tracked it back to a 1948 New York Times article, in which British economist Barbara Ward called upon the US to lead the West in fighting the Communist threat.
Inga Gillespie and Jackie Carson will represent Cleveland in four different national finals with Lisa Simpson in three and Norma Cook, Lillian Fletcher, Joan Shaw, Noreen Fleming, Barbara Ward and Pat Heskith each in one final.
Attorney Sarah Devlin and Barbara Ward, Acting Chief of the Asset Forfeiture and Money Laundering Section of the District of New Jersey, and the Justice Departments Wildlife and Marine Resources Section Trial Attorneys Mary Hollingsworth and Assistant Section Chief Meredith Flax.
Barbara Ward, nursing professor and program director at Florida Southwestern State College, has been selected to join the 2015 Leadership Charlotte class by the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.
The Royal Mail said it wanted to recognise the achievements of individuals from the world of arts, sport, design, economics and heroism, and they range from actor Sir Alec Guinness to economist Barbara Ward.
Others featured are footballer and manager Joe Mercer, economist Barbara Ward, special operations executive agent Noorunissa Inayat Khan, Nobel laureate Max Perutz, broadcaster Roy Plomley, writer Joan Littlewood and graphic designer Abram Games.
His overview includes interesting thumbnail biographies of important figures such as Barbara Ward and a detailed summary of the oil crisis of the 1970s.
Barbara Ward Talented lady Dave Harrison Absolutely great knitting ability.
Phillips analyzes four thinkers, who were all popular moralists in mid-twentieth-century Britain: secular humanist Julian Huxley (1887-1975); unbeliever Bertrand Russell, (1872-1970); Catholic convert Malcom Muggeridge, (1903-90); and Catholic Barbara Ward, (1914-81).
Famed British economist Barbara Ward assisted with the preparation work of the 1965 document Gaudium et Spes, according to the book Vatican II: Fifty Personal Stories, edited by William Madges and Michael J.
With his friend Barbara Ward he believed a recovery of faith in God to be a necessary condition of Western freedom.