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Jersey

in 1958, but is perhaps best remembered for writing a number of books based on his life as an animal collector and enthusiast. He was the youngest brother of the novelist Lawrence Durrell. Durrell's initiative caused the Fauna and Flora Preservation Society to start the World Conference on Breeding Endangered Species in Captivity as an Aid to their Survival in 1972 at Jersey, today one of the most prestigious conferences in the field. 1972 also saw Anne, Princess Royal Princess


Beirut

'' later transferred him to Beirut. He joined ''The New York Times'' in January 1990. In the summer of 1991, he co-authored with Claudio Gatti ''In the Eye of the Storm: The Life of General H. Norman Schwarzkopf''. The authors wrote the books based on information from Norman Schwarzkopf's (Norman Schwarzkopf) sister Sally, without Schwarzkopf's (Norman Schwarzkopf) help. In the Eye


Nigeria

and colourful hairstyles that he has sported over the years. '''Amos Tutuola''' (June 20, 1920 - June 8, 1997) was a Nigerian writer famous for his books based in part on Yoruba (Yoruba people) folk-tales (folklore). The '''cinema of Nigeria''' grew quickly in the 1990s and 2000s to become the second largest film industry in the world in terms of number of annual film productions, placing it ahead of the United States (Cinema of the United States) and behind the Cinema


Seattle

protest activity 1999's anti-WTO demonstrations in Seattle. The remarks seemed to suggest that "anarchists (anarchism)" who engaged in property destruction should have been arrested by the police. Benjamin says that this is not the correct interpretation: thumb Charles R. Cross (2009). (File:Charles R. Cross 01.jpg) '''Charles R. Cross''' is a journalist and author of seven books based in Seattle. He was the Editor of ''The Rocket Magazine'' in Seattle


Afghanistan

Mossaeb al-Janubi'' after one of Muhammad's companions. Interests and Influence Dalrymple's interests include India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, the Middle East, Mughal (Mughal Empire) rule, the Muslim world, Hinduism, Buddhism, the Jains (Jainism) and early Eastern Christianity. All of his seven books have won major literary prizes, as have his radio and television documentaries. His first three were travel books based


Singapore

. According to Bennett Cerf (in his book ''At Random''), pop-up books were profitable for Random House. In addition to his collaborations with Christopher Cerf at Random House, Hunt produced pop-up books for Walt Disney, a series of pop-up books based on Babar (Babar the Elephant), and titles such as ''Haunted House'' by Jan Pienkowski and ''The Human Body'' by David Pelham. Valerie J. Nelson, http


Ukraine

received asylum, Melnychenko started to become actively involved in Ukraine's politics and foreign relations (Foreign policy), making comments for media (Mass media) and writing books based on his records. Most importantly, the Major continues to refuse to reveal details of the recording process or at least to present the whole volume of tapes. Although the CD "albums" of records are distributed throughout the world, Melnychenko has


Pakistan

of his seven books have won major literary prizes, as have his radio and television documentaries. His first three were travel books based on his journeys in the Middle East, India and Central Asia. His early influences included the travel writers such as Robert Byron, Eric Newby, and Bruce Chatwin. More recently, Dalrymple has published a book of essays about South Asia, and two award-winning histories of the interaction between the British and the Mughals between


Boston

Patients '', recounts his experiences of practices in the late 1960s at Massachusetts General Hospital and the issues of costs and politics within the American Healthcare Service. Aside from fiction, Crichton wrote several other books based on medical or scientific themes, often based upon his own observations in his field of expertise. In 1970, he published ''Five Patients'', a book which recounts his experiences of hospital practices in the late 1960s at Massachusetts General


Japan

and Masamu Yanase (DE (:de:Yanase Masamu), JA (:ja:柳瀬正夢)). Other prominent artists were Jun Tsuji, Eisuke Yoshiyuki, Shinkichi Takahashi (JA (:ja:高橋新吉)) and Katsue Kitasono. * Author John Hoffman wrote two books based on his own dumpster diving exploits; ''The Art and Science of Dumpster Diving'' and ''Dumpster Diving: The Advanced Course: How to Turn Other People's Trash into Money, Publicity, and Power'', and was featured in the documentary DVD ''The Ultimate Dive

, including books that featured Sesame Street characters. According to Bennett Cerf (in his book ''At Random''), pop-up books were profitable for Random House. In addition to his collaborations with Christopher Cerf at Random House, Hunt produced pop-up books for Walt Disney, a series of pop-up books based on Babar (Babar the Elephant), and titles such as ''Haunted House'' by Jan Pienkowski and ''The Human Body'' by David Pelham. ref


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