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How·ard

(how'ărd),
John Eager, U.S. internist and endocrinologist, 1902-1985. See: Howard test, Ellsworth-Howard test.
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As the esteemed pianist Leslie Howard notes in his preface, the piano solo version of The Procession by Night has often been omitted from catalogues of Liszt's authentic works because it was a transcription by his student Robert Freund, who worked from the composer's versions for orchestra and for piano duet.
People were waiting to see Leslie Howard come out after the matinee,'' she said.
Robinson, George Raft, Leslie Howard, Fredric March, Gary Cooper, Maurice Chevalier, and the actresses Joan Crawford, Katharine Hepburn, Helen Hayes, Claudette Colbert, and Norma Shearer.
Leslie Howard, owner of the company employing the translator who made the error, told CNN, "Obviously, we're taking it very, very seriously.
Hollywood stars who supported the war - not just ``the troops'' - included Fred Astaire, Judy Garland, director John Ford, who proudly made war propaganda movies (Ford was also wounded during the Battle of Midway), and Leslie Howard, who played Ashley Wilkes in Gone With the Wind.
El amor contrariado por razones ajenas al sentimiento amoroso, comenzo --para citar solo la etapa sonora-- por un Romeo y Julieta dirigido por George Cukor en 1936, con Norma Shearer como la joven Julieta (rebasaba los treinta anos) y Leslie Howard, Romeo (que tenia 43).
El filme dirigido por Victor Fleming, George Cukor y Sam Wood, y protaginizado por Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Olivia de Havilland y Leslie Howard se convirtio en un exito mundial tanto en la critica como en la taquilla.
All the performances have been by Leslie Howard who also provides exemplary and scholarly notes about each work.
99 each, are Fritz Lang's Beyond Reasonable Doubt, starring Dana Andrews and Joan Fontaine, The First Of The Few with Leslie Howard and David Niven, and The Stars Look Down, featuring Michael Redgrave and Margaret Lockwood.
Pimpernel, billed as "the new romantic comedy adventure," is based on a novel by Baroness Orczy that's had various theatrical lives, including a popular 1935 movie version featuring Leslie Howard and Merle Oberon.
Sherwood, starring Humphrey Bogart, Leslie Howard, and Peggy Conklin, opened at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City.
As Leslie Howard told me, |You know, my screen career started late in life, too,'" Walker says with a matter-of-fact smile.