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(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, the handsome, wistful actor who played the noble Ashley Wilkes in Gone with the Wind, was regarded just as honorably off the screen.
The collection also includes three other famous translations, all making their DVD premieres -- Max Reinhardt's legendary 1935 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Sir Laurence Olivier's Othello, and the lavish M-G-M version of Romeo and Juliet starring Leslie Howard and Norma Shearer.
Liszt's affair with divorcee Marie, Comtesse d'Agoult is explored further from 8pm, with pianists Charles Rose, Antonio Pappano, Evgeny Kissin and Leslie Howard.
On the entertainment front you could see Leslie Howard in Pimpernel Smith at the Newcastle Odeon or John Garfield in East of the River at the Essoldo.
Leslie Howard, 70, thinks potential new neighbours will be able to see him as he bares all.
Former fireman Leslie Howard, 70, loves to tend his garden in the nude - and put up fencing so the neighbours wouldn't be alarmed.
Drama based on The Scarlet Pimpernel, directed by and starring Leslie Howard, with Francis L Sullivan, Mary Morris, Hugh McDermott and Manning Whiley.
Asailing by the Normandie from Southampton on November 5, 1938, which carried Vivian Leigh and Laurence Olivier, Leslie Howard, Anna Neagle and Noel Coward to New York