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1. Barrie, Matthew J.
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    Matthew Barrie
    Kalispell, Montana
    Private studio-Boston, New York. Boston Music Education Collaborative.Julliard Pre College Division.Assisted as Substitute Teacher all grade levels K-High School Senior.(Orchestra, Private Instruction, Band) Performances as Concertmaster with San Fransisco Ballet, New World Symphony orchestra, Spoleto U.S.A. Festival Orchestra. Winner of Youth Opportunities United Competition 1990,91, and 92. Solo Performances and recording on several public radio stations across the country. Matthew has also performed in Europe, Canada, Asia, and all fifty states. E-mail: Registered users may send a message to Matthew Barrie from this page. If you have already registered, please log in
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    10. Sherlock Holmes Pastiche Characters - J
    Joachim, Joseph (Hungarian violinist, 18311907) Kent Miller) 193; SherlockHolmes and the Devil s Grail (barrie Roberts) 80; Some Danger Involved (Will
    J IN SHERLOCKIAN PASTICHES A B C D ... HOME A heading in Red indicates that the character appears in, or is important to, the story. Titles in regular type are those in which the character appears. Titles in italics indicate that the character is merely mentioned. Page numbers indicate the page on which the character appears or is mentioned. Where no page numbers are given it should be assumed that the character is present throughout the story. Click on these links for publication details of novels short stories , and children's stories indexed so far. Jabberwock, The (Alice Through The Looking Glass - Lewis Carroll)
    Something Rotten (Jasper Fforde) 329-330
    The Curse of the Nibelung (Marcel D’Agneau) Iren e at Large (Carole Nelson Douglas) My Hero (Tom Holt) Jack (Jack and the Beanstalk)
    "Humpty Dumpty, Did he Fall? Or Was he Pushed?" (Victor G. Ambrus) Jack Frost (Personification of Winter)
    Castle Rouge (Carole Nelson Douglas) 412; Lestrade and the Guardian Angel (M.J.Trow) "The Adventure of the Man Who Never Laughed" (J.N.Williamson) Jack of Newbury (John Smalwode, English Clothier, 1465-1519/20)

    11. Sherlock Holmes Pastiche Characters - A
    Alard, JeanDelphin (French Composer violinist, 1815-1888) and the RailwayManiac (barrie Roberts) 54. Arnold, matthew (English Poet, 1822-1888)
    A IN SHERLOCKIAN PASTICHES A B C D ... HOME A heading in Red indicates that the character appears in, or is important to, the story. Titles in regular type are those in which the character appears. Titles in italics indicate that the character is merely mentioned. Page numbers indicate the page on which the character appears or is mentioned. Click on these links for publication details of novels short stories , and children's stories indexed so far. Aaron (Bible - Exodus)
    From Prussia with Love (John DeChancie) 156; "The Return of the Speckled Band" (Edward D. Hoch) Aaron's Rod (Bible - Exodus)
    From Prussia with Love (John DeChancie) 153-156, 161 Aaron, Hank (American Baseball Player, 1934- )
    The Ritual (J.N.Williamson) Abaddon (Angel of the Bottomless Pit in Hebrew Legend)
    Anno Dracula (Kim Newman) 382 Abbas II (Khedive of Egypt (1892-1914), 1874-1944)
    "The Macabre Affair" (Bill Paxton) Abberline, Inspector Frederick G. (British Police officer - Ripper Case, 1843-1929)
    "The Case of the Bespoke Bee Sting" (Douglas Moreton) "My Three Ripping Years at the Yard" (Douglas Moreton)

    12. Special Events For The Year 1931
    Born , 04/27/1931, Igor Oistrach, Russian violinist/son.of David Oistrach Born , 09/01/1931, matthew j.Rinaldo, (RepR-Nj. 1973- )
    Presented by Greg Duncan...
    Special Events for the Year 1931
    Born : Adolfo P‚rez Esquivel, Buenos Argentina, (1980 Nobel Peace Prize) Born : Adrianus J "Cardinal" Simonis, archbishop of Utrecht Born : Al McGuire, US, basketball coach (Marquette) Born : Alain Mimoun O'Kacha, France, marathon runner (Olympic-gold-1956) Born : Alan Bailey, British sect dept of transport Born : Alan K Simpson, (Sen-R-WY, 1979- ) Born : Alex Cord, Floral Park NY, actor (Jack-WEB, Michael-Airwolf) Born : Alex Cord, actor (Brotherhood, Fire, Street Asylum) Born : Alex Cord, actor (Dead are Alive) Born : Alex Webster, football coach (NY Giants) Born : Alfred Brendel, Wiesenberg Moravia, Austrian pianist Born : Algi[rda]s [Jonas] Budrys, Prussia, sci-fi author (Man of Earth) Born : Alice Munro, author (Dance of the Happy Shades) Born : Alvin Ailey, choreographer (American Dance Theater) Born : Andreas van Agt, Dutch premier (CDA) Born : Andres Burnier, [Catharina Dessaur], criminologist/author (Jongensuur) Born : Andr‚ Laporte, Flemish composer

    13. Celebrity List, Celebrity Addresses, Scans, Photos, Pictures
    Barney, matthew, 1, 0. Barney j., Lemuel j.(Lem), 1, 0. Barocco, Rocco, 1, 0 barrie, Amanda, Actress, 1, 1. barrie, Barbara, 2, 0. barrie, Chris, 1, 1[lastname]=B&criteria[forename]=&p

    14. Registry Of Signatories In United States
    Architectural Acoustics Consultant, violinist, Board Member j.wish Day Schoo Carr, matthew j.Ft Washington,; Carr, Nancy Bham, 35226

    15. Artists Represented In Pickler Library's Sound Recordings
    A B C D E F G H I j. K L M N O P Musical Recordings; barrie, j. (j.mes matthew), 18601937.
    Artists Represented on Sound Recordings in Pickler Library
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    16. The Project Gutenberg EBook Of US Copyright Renewals, 1956 January
    The plays of j. barrie. SEE barrie, Sir j.mes matthew, Bart. SEE Smith,William j. Paramount method for violin. SEE Smith, William j. SNEDEKER,
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    17. ReadingProgrammes 1950-51
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    1950 (circa) MISER, THE
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