By 1617, Fynes Moryson could fairly claim:1 The city of London alone hath four or five companies of players with their peculiar theatres capable of many thousands,
wherein they all play every day in the week except Sunday ... as there be in ...
Author: Peter Thomson
Category: Performing Arts
Reviews of the First Edition `...valuable and enjoyable reading for all studying Shakespeare's plays.' Following in the patternestablished by John Russell Brown for the excellent series (Theatre and Production Studies), he provides first an account of Shakespeare's company, then a study of three individual plays Twelfth Night, Hamlet and Macbeth as performed by the company. Peter Thomson writes in a crisp, sharp, enlivening style.' TLS '`...the best analysis yet of Elizabethan acting practices, excavated form the texts themselves rather than reconstructed on basis of one monolithic theory, and an essay on Hamlet that is a model of Critical intelligence and theatrical invention.' Yearbook of English Studies `Synthesizes the important facts and summarizes projects with a vigorous prose style, and expertly applies his experience in both practical drama and academic teaching to his discussion.' Review of English Studies
Life story of the Australian golfer who won the British Open five times and was thrice winner of the Australian Open Championship, as well as many other international golfing titles.
Author: Peter Mitchell
Publisher: Lothian Children's Books
Life story of the Australian golfer who won the British Open five times and was thrice winner of the Australian Open Championship, as well as many other international golfing titles. Written by a former sports journalist and commentator with the Nine Television Network who is now a newsreader with Channel Seven Melbourne.
The Essence of Golf - A Tournament Professional Golfer ' s Perspective By Peter Thomson , CBE Five Times Open Champion Peter Thomson is remembered as
the father of Australian golf . He won The Open five times , his most memorable ...
Peter Thomson's five Open championships were underappreciated, because all
but one of them occurred during the days before the tube. Hoylake—Royal
Liverpool—would be the Peter Thomson of Open courses. Gary Player believes it
to be ...
Author: Curt Sampson
Category: Sports & Recreation
For a century and a half, the best golf players in the world have, once a year, attempted to beat the weather, the pressure, and one of the toughest courses in the world at the British Open. In Royal and Ancient, Curt Sampson, the bestselling author of Hogan and The Masters, draws a definitive and affectionate portrait of this legendary tournament, with a fascinating narrative of both its rich history and its exciting present. The thread of Royal and Ancient is the 1999 cham-pionship--the most astonishing four days in British Open history. Sampson follows individual players as they meet the gut-wrenching challenge of the links at Carnoustie: the icy classicist, Steve Elkington; the good-looking bon vivant, Andrew Magee; the struggling hopeful, Clark Dennis; Zane Scotland, the youngest Open qualifier in history. Sampson is there for Jean Van de Velde's dramatic collapse on the final day, probing both Van de Velde and his caddie for their emotional insights. He gets inside the heads of stars and journeymen, caddies and groundskeepers, and shows how they prepare and how they think as the tournament pro-gresses, from the qualifying rounds to the practice sessions, all the way through the play-off on the final day. Beyond his excellent reportage, Curt Sampson captures British Open history as it's never been captured before. With an insider's knowledge and expertise, he draws us into the rare-fied atmosphere of tradition and myth, telling the amazing--and sometimes heartbreaking--stories of past champions, of triumphs and tragedies, of deaths and ghosts. We hear the unexpectedly poignant story of one of the early greats, Tommy Morris, the invincible champion of the 1860s and 1870s, and explore the loyal Scottish fascination with the legendary Ben Hogan. The reminiscences of past and current participants combine with the behind-the-scenes stories of everyone from the club superintendent to the local pub owners to give an intimate look at this unique tournament. In his book The Majors, John Feinstein called Curt Sampson's The Masters the best book ever written about that Augusta event. Now, in Royal and Ancient, Sampson cracks the inner circle of another remarkable major to provide this fascinating and truly all-embracing view of the British Open. From the Hardcover edition.
This is a concise, informed and practical manual detailing the cause, prevention and interventional treatment of oral cancer – the deadliest of oral diseases.
Author: Peter Thomson
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This is a concise, informed and practical manual detailing the cause, prevention and interventional treatment of oral cancer – the deadliest of oral diseases. In the 21st century, oral cancer remains a lethal and deforming disease exhibiting rising incidence of epidemic proportions, particularly in younger patients, and is of global significance with over 300,000 new cases presenting each year. Despite advances in diagnosis and management, half of all patients die within five years. Even following successful initial treatment, long-term prognosis is compromised by the presentation of advanced tumours and development of widespread, multi-focal disease throughout the mouth and upper aero-digestive tract. The transformation of normal mouth lining into ‘potentially malignant’ and subsequently malignant tissue is a complex, multistep and multifactorial process in which accumulated genetic alterations, often instigated by overuse of tobacco and alcohol, disrupt the normal functioning of oral epithelial cells. Unfortunately, there is considerable public ignorance regarding oral cancer, and it is imperative for disease prevention to raise awareness of the causes and symptoms of the disease, especially in those populations most ‘at-risk’ of cancer. This book provides pragmatic strategies to improve both prevention and treatment intervention. Spanning nearly 40 years of clinical investigation, it reviews the biological basis of oral cancer, outlines primary, secondary and tertiary preventive strategies and describe a pragmatic treatment intervention protocol that specifically utilizes the ‘potentially malignant window’ to identify malignant disease at the earliest possible stage and intervention to ‘stop the oral cancer clock’ and halt the progression of this deadliest of oral diseases.
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of the village, which yielded about five shillings a week; and being of industrious
habits, she contrived, by employing all her spare minutes in knitting or sewing, ...
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Thomson's. High. Five. Bradman Arrives Australians to have scored 300 in a Test
... PETER THOMSON BETWEEN 1952 and 1958, Peter Thomson's record in the
British Open was as follows: second, second, first, first, first, second and first.
Author: Michael Roberts
Publisher: The Miegunyah Press
Category: Sports & Recreation
"This is a fully illustrated book highlighting some memorable moments in Australian sporting history."--Provided by publisher.
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1831
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Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
This title tells the story of this golf visionary.
Author: Peter Pugh
Publisher: Icon Books
This book, voted "GOLF Magazine"'s number 1 golf book of 2009, is a lavish, full-colour essential addition to any golfer's coffee table, featuring Sky Sports' golf commentator Bruce Critchley and five-time Open champion Peter Thomson. 'The real test of a course: is it going to live'? This was the maxim of arguably the greatest ever golf-course architect - Harry Shapland Colt. Having designed or influenced the layout of many of the world's most famous courses - Muirfield, Pine Valley, Wentworth - Colt's creations provide an enduring, pulse-racing test for today's golfer. "Creating Classics" tells the fascinating story of this golf visionary. From Colt's early years at Rye and Sunningdale to his partnerships with the other great architects of the early 20th century, the book embraces the phenomenal designs that emerged from this Golden Age of course construction. For golfers passionate about challenging courses steeped in character, this spectacular book lets players discover the rich heritage of their favourite golfing turf. Colt's definitive 18 holes, as chosen by golf's most distinguished commentator Bruce Critchley, and a foreword from five-time Open champion Peter Thomson, accompany stunning photographs and wonderful personal tales. This book will enlighten all lovers of the game about a special group of courses with unparalleled pedigree and a common bond - Harry Colt.
Author: Commonwealth Shipping CommitteePublish On: 1915
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Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1916
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Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Full name: Peter William Thomson Born: 23 August 1929; Melbourne, Australia
Tournament wins: 68 USA 1 Europe 26 Other 30 US Seniors 11 Majors: 5
Masters 0 (5th 1957) US Open 0 (4th 1956) The Open 5 (1954; 1955; 1956; 1958
; 1965) ...
Author: Peter Alliss
Publisher: Random House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
For millions of people around the world, Peter Alliss is the 'voice of golf'. In a long and distinguished career as a player and then broadcaster, he has become synonymous with the sport. Now fully updated with brand new material, this is his fascinating personal tribute to the fine players and wonderful characters who have stimulated his love affair with the game of golf for more than half a century. Featuring stars of yesteryear such as Bobby Jones, Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Tony Jacklin; charismatic crowd-pleasers like Lee Trevino and Seve Ballesteros; modern legends Tiger Woods, Nick Faldo and Colin Montgomerie; and the pioneering women who have moved the ladies' game to new heights, this is a highly entertaining collection and a must for all golf fans.
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Fla . pion , made his first appearance in the PGA Seniors ' Championship , and ...
Publisher: Triumph Books (IL)
Contents include the history of the PGA of America, the facts and format of the PGA Championship, the Ryder Cup Matches, the PGA Seniors' Championship, the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, and others.
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Author: Robert S. Wakefield
The tracing of the descendants of the Mayflower passengers.
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Diagnosis and Management of Potentially Malignant Disorders Peter Thomson.
Interventional laser study 1 (Thomson & Wylie 2002) In this study, 57 consecutive
patients presenting over a 4-year period ... which is probably not surprising,
although five resolved completely and one demonstrated some clinical
Author: Peter Thomson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Without early detection, oral cancer is deadly. Protect your patients by applying the latest clinical interventions. Rates of new oral cancer cases continue to increase and mortality rates remain alarmingly high. Oral cancer may be preceded by clinically identifiable precancerous changes in the oral mucosa, which offer a therapeutic window of opportunity to intervene and halt disease progression to carcinoma development. Written and edited by prominent researchers in the field, Oral Precancer: Reviews current scientific research on precancer conditions of the oral cavity providing evidence-based analysis of the nature and behavior of potentially malignant and deforming oral diseases Explains the principles of prevention, diagnosis and management of potentially malignant disorders of the oral cavity Details a practical and reliable interventional treatment strategy to facilitate early diagnosis and effective treatment of both precancer and early invasive carcinoma Contains a chapter devoted to illustrative case histories, high-quality, color, clinical photos, reference sections in each chapter listing relevant review articles, and more From start to finish, Oral Precancer offers undergraduate students, clinicians, and professors an invaluable resource to minimise the morbidity and mortality of this most significant and life threatening of oral conditions.