Bastedo

Bas·te·do

(bas-tē'dō),
Walter A., U.S. physician, 1873-1952. See: Bastedo sign.
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British actress Alexandra Bastedo said of Roddy Mann: "He was terribly sophisticated, he was a real gentleman.
Michael N Bastedo and Ozan Jaquette, "Running in Place: Low Income Students and the Dynamics of Higher Education Stratification," Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis 33 (2011): 318-39; Caroline M.
The well-attended event was organised by Alisha and Kley Feitosa, Ian Huffaker, Lychelle Bruski, Gretchen Bade, Kelly Retzlaff, Emily Graves, Craig Campbell, Hannah Morz, Peter Kratz, and Lisa Bastedo, with local and international participation.
While on patrol in New York City, ECOs Brad Buffa and Jeannette Bastedo were contacted about an injured bird found in the Wall Street area of Manhattan.
In Cut Off, Jamie Bastedo explores a lesser known aspect of addiction, that of addiction to the Internet and the technology that allows access to it.
The series featured appearances by many other top actors, including the likes of Frank Windsor, Timothy West, Alexandra Bastedo, Brian Blessed, Geoffrey Hughes, Keith Barron, Doris Hare, Philip Madoc, Andrew Sachs and Liz Fraser.
The Champions was a British espionage/science fiction/occult detective fiction adventure series consisting of 30 episodes shown on ITV between 1968–1969 Bastedo starred as Sharron Macready – along with actors Stuart Damon and William Gaunt – as agents for a United Nations law enforcement organisation Nemesis, based in Geneva.
It is a relatively autonomous and decentralized system, one that is responsive to various stakeholders and social environments, and whose sole function is grounded on knowledge production (Pelikan, 1992; Albach, Gumport & Berdahl, 2011; Bastedo, 2012; Altbach, 2001).
DEATHS John Fortune, 74, BBC's Charles Wheeler, 85, journalist Simon Hoggart, 67, actress Alexandra Bastedo (The Champions), 67, Leeds great Bobby Collins, 71, running legend Chris Chataway, 82, former Israeli PM Ariel Sharon, 85, after an eight-year coma.
Social media and political inequality," in Elisabeth Gidengil and Heather Bastedo (eds.
lt;< Social media and political inequality >>, sous la direction d'Elisabeth Gidengil et d'Heather Bastedo, Canadien Democracy from the Ground Up: Perceptions and Performance.
Bastedo and Lodge (1980, 301) show that survey respondents used images of the groups "large corporations" and "the rich" to differentiate Republicans from other candidates.