Mallory

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Mal·lo·ry

(mal'ŏ-rē),
G. Kenneth, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Mallory-Weiss lesion, Mallory-Weiss syndrome, Mallory-Weiss tear.

Mal·lo·ry

(mal'ŏ-rē),
Frank B., U.S. pathologist, 1862-1941. See: Mallory bodies, picro-Mallory trichrome stain. See entries under stain
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Acclaimed author Malorie Blackman OBE will discuss her new novel at an event in Birmingham.
I wouldn't mind being strong-willed and free like Sephy from Noughts And Crosses by Malorie Blackman, but I wouldn't like to go through the same problems as her!
Mr Knight's suggested shared reading included Robert Muchamore's Cherub books about orphans recruited to MI5, Holes by Louis Sachar, Noughts And Crosses by Malorie Blackman - even the work of former SAS hero Andy McNab.
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Age 6-8 group: Malorie Blackman for 'Cloud Busting' (Doubleday); Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell for 'Fergus Crane' (Doubleday) and Geraldine McCaughrean for 'Smile!' (OUP).
Upcoming performances see the senior group take part in the National Theatre Connections Festival 2011 with an adaptation by Helen Blakeman of Malorie Blackman's novel Cloud Busting which can be seen next week at Northern Stage alongside Scarborough Youth Theatre's show, Too Fast.
Malorie was attacked on a patch of grass beside Osprey House, on the estate where she has lived since 2001.
Two weeks ago, top authors and writers (Caitlin Moran, Cathy Cassidy, Malorie Blackman, Alan Gibbons, Bel Mooney) added their voices, imploring our council leader not to shut down 11 libraries, all in areas where reading and library space are vital to communities.
Winners will be announced at the Hay Literary Festival with nal decisions being made by a prestigious line-up of judges including Horrid Henry author Francesca Simon and Children's Laureate Malorie Black-dren's Black man.
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