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Robert, English physician, 1793-1877. See: Lee ganglion.

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Roger I., U.S. physician, 1881-1967. See: Lee-White method.
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What brings her to Huddersfield in actress mode is Daniel O'Brien's new look at the Laurie Lee classic for a company from the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds.
Priestley when he wrote in Reynolds News that Laurie Lee 'coins phrase after phrase with which to delight us'; in the forty-one years since Cider With Rosie was published it has never been out of print, turning its author into a 'literary legend' whom millions of readers feel they knew personally.
She'd been in service a lot and was, as writer Laurie Lee called her, a servant born to silk who collected beautiful china - cracked and broken thought it was.
Between Cauley and her partner, Laurie Lee Leonard of Quartz Hill, the two have nearly every type of pet bird.
Eastern Thomson Medstat Faculty: Laurie Lee, Vice President A[micro] -- Measuring Disease Management Program Impact Tuesday, September 21, 2004, 1:00 p.
Notes: questions should be directed to: laurie lee, administrative assistant, 419-655-2583 ext.
A CRICKET field once owned by Cider With Rosie author, Laurie Lee has been bought by the Midlands club which uses it.
Yeats, to the equally eccentric Elizabeth Jennings, a poet who speaks like no other about joy and passion and (common to us all) the fragile yearning for fulfilled desire, to Ted Hughes, Laurie Lee, John Betjeman (gloriously droll as ever) Seamus Heaney and many more.
2 In literature, complete the title of the 1959 Laurie Lee novel: Cider with who?
MAE gen i ddarlun delfrydol yn fy meddwl, ac mae teitl llyfr Laurie Lee yn ei grynhoi yn berffaith - ' As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morn''.
Laurie Lee, who wrote Cider With Rosie, is to appear on the pounds 5 bank note of the new currency called the Stroud Pound.
POET Laurie Lee grew up during a time of great change soon after the First World War.