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Examples of "mennell"
Mennell was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England, the fourth son of George Mennell, a cokemaker, and his wife Hannah, "née" Tuke. Philip was the grandson of Samuel Tuke, the Quaker philanthropist and mental-health reformer.
From May 1877, Mennell printed and published the Bairnsdale "Advertiser", becoming part-owner in 1879. In 1882, Mennell left for Melbourne and worked for "The Age" as acting sub-editor and leader-writer.
Stephen Mennell (born 1944 in Yorkshire, England) is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at University College Dublin.
Mennell was privately educated and published "Lord John Manners, a Political Biography" in 1872. Mennell studied law, was admitted as a solicitor, but soon afterward migrated to Victoria (Australia).
9 "An Essay on Time", edited by Steven Loyal and Stephen Mennell (Dublin: UCD Press, 2007).
The current vice-chancellor is Julie Mennell, formerly deputy vice-chancellor (development) of University of Sunderland.
2 "The Court Society", edited by Stephen Mennell (Dublin: UCD Press, 2006).
Laura Mennell (born April 18, 1980) is a Canadian actress known for her roles in "Alphas", "Haven", "Van Helsing" and "Watchmen". In 2011/2012 Mennell co-starred on the Sci-fi television series "Alphas". Laura appeared as Charlotte Cross in the fifth season of the SyFy series "Haven". In 2016 Laura currently appears in the Sci-Fi series "Van Helsing" as Rebecca. Despite being best known for her numerous science fiction roles, Mennell says she is not concerned about being typecast.
12 "Mozart, and Other Essays on Courtly Culture", edited by Eric Baker and Stephen Mennell (Dublin: UCD Press, 2010).
Mennell, Stephen. (1993). "The Sociology of Food: Eating, Diet and Culture", Sage Publications, ISBN 0-8039-8839-7
16 "Essays III: On Sociology and the Humanities", edited by Richard Kilminster and Stephen Mennell (Dublin: UCD Press, 2009).
"The Genesis of the Naval Profession", edited by René Moelker and Stephen Mennell (Dublin: UCD Press, 2007).
11 "Studies on the Germans" [note new title], edited by Stephen Mennell and Eric Dunning (Dublin: UCD Press, 2013).
5 "What is Sociology?" edited by Artur Bogner, Katie Liston and Stephen Mennell (Dublin: UCD Press,2012).
Laura Mennell is of Irish, British, French & Scottish ancestry. She says she was a "major theatre geek in high school".
3 "On the Process of Civilisation" [note new title], edited by Stephen Mennell, Eric Dunning, Johan Goudsblom and Richard Kilminster (Dublin: UCD Press, 2012).
Nick Mennell is an American actor known for his stage work as well as his roles in the horror/slasher remakes of "Halloween", and "Friday the 13th".
The Lost Tribe is a 2010 American horror film directed by Roel Reiné, and starring Emily Foxler, Nick Mennell, Brianna Brown, Ryan Alosio and Marc Bacher.
15 "Essays II: On Civilising Processes, State Formation and National Identity", edited by Richard Kilminster and Stephen Mennell (Dublin: UCD Press, 2008).
The film stars Jeffrey Nordling, Colin Glazer, Brennan Elliot, Ty Olsson, Jacqueline Ann Steuart, Laura Mennell, Barry W. Levy, Biski Gugushe, and Dominic Rains, amongst others.