4) Nor, of course, is it a study of William Gilbert
(1544-1603), the royal physician and early advocate of experimental methodology who was an important English figure in the Scientific Revolution, and who has himself been the subject of recent substantial re-examination.
By that time William Gilbert
was already a well-known physician in London.
Sullivan represents the purity of art; he suffers a serious crisis and ultimately tells his collaborator, lyricist William Gilbert
(Jim Broadbent), that he no longer intends to work on their "trivial souffles" about topsy-turvy situations: He plans to compose grand opera.
is likewise barely acknowledged, even when Marshall has borrowed documentary evidence (Gilbert 1990 and 1992).
But it is known that William Gilbert
, one of the boot and shoe makers to Rugby School, was responsible.
1889-1955) whose Kipling collection, now housed at Dalhousie University, is one of the best in the world; William Gilbert
Gosling (1863>>1930), also an eclectic collector but with a keen interest in Newfoundland and Labrador; Joseph R.
Calumet is preparing a formal proposal to Mexico's federal government, says one of the partners, William Gilbert
of Springfield, Missouri.
The first well-known drawing of the Moon as it appeared to the naked eye was made by William Gilbert
, founding chairman of his international production and distribution company, William Gilbert
Associates (WGA), is considered to be a true veteran of the entertainment industry.
A character created by <IR> WILLIAM GILBERT
PATTEN </IR> , who wrote under the name Burt L.
Citi is a represented on the board of IBAC through William Gilbert
, Director and Western Area Head of Citi's Bank Services Group.
1911: Sir William Gilbert
, of Gilbert & Sullivan, died after rescuing two women from a garden pond.