Philip Charles Mackenzie

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List Of Frasier Episodes - List of Episodes - Season 3 (1995/96)
... by Written by Original air date 1 ... "She's the Boss" Philip Charles MacKenzie Chuck Ranberg Anne Flett-Giordano September 19, 1995 (1995-09-19) 2 ... "Shrink Rap" David Lee Christopher Lloyd September 26, 1995 (1 ... Crane" Philip Charles MacKenzie David Lloyd April 9, 1996 (1996-04-09) 20 ... "Police Story" Philip Charles MacKenzie Sy Rosen April 23, 1996 (1996-04-23 ...
1620s - Significant People
... French explorer, administrator of New France, and founder of Quebec City Charles I of Gonzaga-Nevers (1580–1637), Duke of Nevers and Mantua (claim for the later supported by France) Charles Emmanuel I of Savoy (1 ... of Olivares of Spain (1587–1645), nobleman and Chief Minister under Philip III and Philip IV, held position 1618–1643 Hamada Yahei of Japan, prominent Japanese merchant on Formosa John ... George Herbert of Wales (1593–1633), poet, orator and Anglican priest Philip Herbert of England (1584–1649), nobleman (future Earl of Pembroke) and politician William Herbert, 3rd Earl ...
List Of Roseanne Episodes - Season 6 (1993−1994)
... Original airdate Code 123-601 "Two Down, One to Go" Amy Sherman-Palladino Philip Charles MacKenzie September 14, 1993 (1993-09-14) 701 Roseanne is heartbroken when Darlene refuses to drive to. 124-602 "The Mommy's Curse" Eric Gilliland Philip Charles MacKenzie September 21, 1993 (1993-09-21) 704 Roseanne has had her fill of Bev at the Lunchbox, so Bev agrees to leave, selling her share to ... Conner 125-603 "Party Politics" Miriam Trogdon Philip Charles MacKenzie September 28, 1993 (1993-09-28) 703 DJ begins skipping school ...

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    People sometimes tell me that they prefer barbarism to civilisation. I doubt if they have given it a long enough trial. Like the people of Alexandria, they are bored by civilisation; but all the evidence suggests that the boredom of barbarism is infinitely greater.
    —Kenneth MacKenzie Clark, Baron of Saltwood (1903–1983)