John Fletcher

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Noun1.John Fletcher - prolific English dramatist who collaborated with Francis Beaumont and many other dramatists (1579-1625)John Fletcher - prolific English dramatist who collaborated with Francis Beaumont and many other dramatists (1579-1625)
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These tendencies appear in the plays of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, whose reputations are indissolubly linked together in one of the most famous literary partnerships of all time.
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons' deer specialist, John Fletcher, said: "If we could understand the regeneration of antlers it might also help amputees grow new limbs.
THE Mayor of Stockton, Councillor John Fletcher, is hosting an evening of live entertainment in aid of his chosen charities.
COACH John Fletcher believes his Newcastle Falcons can end their away-day blues this week - even though they face one of their toughest Premiership tests.
But there is no way director of rugby John Fletcher considers the Teesside youngster his third-choice number 10 and is backing him to do a job at London Irish.
If John Fletcher would like to discuss this issue seriously, rather than make party political points, I would be happy to invite him into the Council House to do so.
Continuing the work of volume eight, this one includes five more plays attributed to John Fletcher and Philip Massinger - The Sea Voyage, The Double Marriage, The Prophetess, The Little French Lawyer, The Elder Brother - and a sixth, The Maid in the Mill, assigned to Fletcher and William Rowley.
Councillor John Fletcher is hosting The Mayor's Annual Charity Dinner Dance in the Wynyard Rooms at Wynyard Park House, Billingham, tomorrow.
JOHN FLETCHER has called on his players to sign up to the Newcastle Falcons mission statement.
A DEFIANT John Fletcher is adamant an extended run in Continental competition is still within Newcastle's grasp after saying his team can still succeed in the European Challenge Cup.
John Fletcher, 47, of Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, died instantly when the Mercedes van he crashed on to rail tracks was hit by a two-carriage passenger train at around 6.
Eulogized in the 1647 Folio and throughout the Restoration as Jonson and Shakespeare's equal, John Fletcher went into a rapid critical eclipse at the close of the seventeenth century, cast as the expendable Lepidus of this early modern triumvirate.