Patrick White

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Noun1.Patrick White - Australian writer (1912-1990)
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Lighthouse Property Insurance Chairman Patrick White Acquires 89% Stake in Prepared
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 22, 2017-Stonybrook Capital Advised Prepared Holdings in Sale to Lighthouse Property Insurance Chairman Patrick White
Ian Patrick White, 53, of Granville Road, Thornaby, given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay PS85 costs and PS20 charges for obstructing a police officer in the execution of their duty.
The three winners, Patrick White, Carlos Anthony Samson and Osama Salha, were rewarded with travel vouchers from Dnata, worth up to QR20,000 for their frequent use of Online Banking services.
The drugs gang was headed up by prisoner Patrick White, who controlled his accomplices using illegally-held mobile phones from his prison cell in HMP Risley, near Warrington.
Patrick White, the CEO of Shimmer Sensing, said, "The Wyss Institute is renowned for taking academic innovation to the next level, and partnering with physicians and the industry to bring new technologies to the bedside.
The burial plot is next but one to the grave of her parents, Priscilla and John Patrick White.
The only Australian to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature so far was Patrick White, who was awarded in 1973 "for an epic and psychological narrative art, which has introduced a new continent into literature.
Remembering Patrick White undertakes to examine the full range of the author's work under four headings: "Patrick White's Public Selves," "Form and Expression," "White's Metaphysics" and "Performance.
Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature and long lauded as Australia's greatest novelist, Patrick White penned The Hanging Garden in the twilight of his life.
The seemingly haphazard juxtaposition of subjects is intentional: Horrie the Wog-Dog, war mascot of the Australian desert troops, is paired with Patrick White, Nobel Prize laureate for literature.
This drama about the difficulties and the joys of being a family is based upon the novel by Nobel Prize for Literature-winning Australian author Patrick White and directed by Fred Schepisi of Six Degrees of Separation and A Cry in the Dark fame.