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(Biography) Sir Trevor (Robert). born 1940, British theatre director; artistic director (1968–86) and chief executive (1968–86) of the Royal Shakespeare Company; artistic director of the Royal National Theatre (1997–2003). His productions include Nicholas Nickleby (1980), Cats (1981), and Les Misérables (1985)
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In his new role Nunn will be overseeing all aspects of Alaska Airlines' and Horizon Air's safety programmes and will be reporting to Bill Ayer, Alaska Air Group's chair and CEO, as well as the safety committee of the Alaska Air Group board of directors.
Bank has presented employee Carey Ann Nunn with the Five Star Volunteer Award for exceptional volunteer service and donated $500 to Blue Skies for Children in recognition of her efforts.
Ailing Melvyn Nunn, 50, suffered mood swings which got worse after his brave act, an inquest heard.
The goal is to refund customers within 30 days and begin refunds as soon as possible, Michelle Nunn, president and CEO of the PoL, told The NonProfit Times in an exclusive interview.
Nunn is concerned they may not have understood all the imagery.
Nunn, MD, MMM, CPE, FACPE, will be the chief medical officer and senior vice president of Centra Health in Lynchburg, Va.
The latter was a concern to Helen Nunn, director of financial aid for Susquehanna University (Pa.), who says that one family she knows had received official-looking documents created by a Lender who had already pre-populated fields, including Social Security Number information.
"By the time I arrived there 20 years later in Trevor Nunn's company playing Romeo, Macbeth and Leon-tes, there was an ethos of a theatre company which I relished and still do.
In 1946, Cambridge physicist Alan Nunn May was sentenced to ten years hard labour after admitting passing secrets from the Manhattan Project - the Anglo-American programme to build the first atomic bomb - to the Russians.
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Nunn. Staging Anatomies: Dissection and Spectacle in Early Stuart Drama.
The case of R (on the application of Christine Nunn) (Claimant) v First Secretary of State (Defendant) & (1) T-Mobile (2) Leeds City Council (Interested Parties) [2005] EWCA Civ 101 gave the Court of Appeal the opportunity to consider whether this deemed consent system was compatible with the 'procedural' right enshrined in Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights (the Convention).