Sillitoe

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Sillitoe Tartan
... Sillitoe Tartan is the distinctive black and white chequered pattern which was originally associated with the police in Scotland, but which later spread to Australia, New Zealand, and the rest of ... first adopted for police use in 1932 by Sir Percy Sillitoe, Chief Constable of the City of Glasgow Police ... Sillitoe Tartan may be composed of several different colours and number of rows depending on local custom, but when incorporated into uniforms, or vehicle livery, serves to uniquely ...
Alan Sillitoe - Further Reading
... Alan Sillitoe A Bibliography, Mansell, 1986 (UK) ISBN 0-7201-1829-8 Meckler, 1988 (US) ISBN 0-88736-104-8 ... Alan Sillitoe, Twayne, 1972 ... Commitment As Art A Marxist Critique of a Selection of Alan Sillitoe's Political Fiction ...
Neville Sillitoe
... Neville John Sillitoe (b Melbourne, 24-04-1925) is an Australian athletics coach ... Australian Representatives that Neville Sillitoe has coached include Peter Norman, Gary Holdsworth, Greg Lewis, Aaron Rouge-Serret, Colin McQueen, Denise Boyd ...
Alan Sillitoe - Essays
... Caverns Selected Essays, London Allen, 1975 Words Broadsheet Nineteen, by Sillitoe and Ruth Fainlight ... Alan Sillitoe’s Nottinghamshire, with photographs by David Sillitoe ...
Alan Sillitoe - Translations
... in Majorca 1838–1839, by Luis Ripall, translated by Sillitoe. 1955 Chopin’s Pianos The Pleyel in Majorca, by Luis Ripall, translated by Sillitoe ... Play in Two Acts, by Lope de Vega translated by Sillitoe and Ruth Fainlight ...

Famous quotes containing the word sillitoe:

    He was a laborer. Sweated his goods out for nine pound a week. He never had it so good.
    —Alan Sillitoe (b. 1928)