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Byatt

(ˈbaɪət)
n
(Biography) Dame A(ntonia) S(usan). born 1936, British novelist; her books include The Virgin in the Garden (1978), Possession (1990), and A Whistling Woman (2002)

By•att

(ˈbaɪ ət)
n.
A(ntonia) S., born 1936, English novelist and short-story writer (sister of Margaret Drabble).
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Booker prize-winning novelist AS Byatt has won the annual EUR150,000 Erasmus prize for 'exceptional contribution to arts and culture, The Guardian news company reported on Monday.
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Steve Byatt was voted in again as secretary; but there was a change in the position of treasurer when long serving Lionel Barnes stepped down to be replaced by Bernard Church.
Owner Ian Byatt said: "Since we opened, it's great to see customers coming back for the 11th year in a row.
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