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Plomer

(ˈpluːmə)
n
(Biography) William (Charles Franklyn). 1903–73, British poet, novelist, and short-story writer, born in South Africa. His novels include Turbott Wolfe (1926) and The Case is Altered (1932)
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Plomer believed the situation was not helped by the "undercurrent of irritation with the Americans" and "frequent discouraging remarks and petty criticisms of the Americans and the American Navy" common on Scott-Moncrieff's staff.
poivre] NED); plumarius 1176, Plumer 1185, (plumator 1230), Plumer 1246, Plomer 1280, plumer 1282 (John de Cestrehunte, fethermongere 1280 LLB A, is called plumer in 1281 ib) Reaney; plumer [from plum(e] 'a dealer in plumes or feathers' MED; plum(e [OF plume & L pluma] 'a feather; decorative plume' MED; plumer [ME, prob.
Int'l Bioethics 48-53 (2002); Aurora Plomer, Stem Cell Patents:
Henry Plomer refers to a "Palmeryn, 2 parts", sold for two shillings and four pence sometime before 1585 (1916, 328).
Plomer investigates the origin of key Articles in the UN system and their implications in the matter of universal access to science.
The Center holds 571 of Woolf's letters, including correspondence to Elizabeth Bowen, Lady Ottoline Morrell, Mary Hutchinson, William Plomer, Hugh Walpole and others.
The Australian Museum has records of approximately 290 marine bivalve and gastropod species found within 20 km of Shelly Beach (between about Point Plomer to the north and Laurieton to the south) (Australian Museum data), of which 215 are additional to the present study.
Soler N, Plomer M, Fagoaga C, Moreno P, Navarro L, Flores R, Pena L (2012) Transformation of Mexican lime with an intron-hairpin construct expressing untranslatable versions of the genes coding for the three silencing suppressors of Citrus tristeza virus confers complete resistance to the virus.
Aparecen ademas en este volumen una carta de Bonamy Dobree a Kavafis, de 20 de mayo de 1928; una carta deLeonard Woolf a Kavafis de 17 de septiembre de 1923; una carta de Arnold Toynbee a Forster de 1 de agosto de 1924; una carta de Robert Graves a Forster de diciembre de 1925; una carta de William Plomer a Forster de 11 de mayo de 1931; una carta de Valassopoulo a Forster de 2 de febrero de 1944 (2).
Stan Waters, Billy Crownie, Kenny Adams, Keith Hole, Ron Plomer with a couple of other guys on the Caronia South Pacific Cruise in 1953.
Plomer, Wynkyn de Worde & His Contemporaries from the Death of Caxton to 1535: A Chapter in English Printing (London: Grafton & Co.