Ellis Baker
American actor
Ellis Baker
Ellis Baker was an American theatre actress. She appeared on Broadway in Brook, The Arabian (1927), These Few Ashes (1928) and Lady Windermere's Fan (1932). Baker was married to the stage and film actor Fredric March from 1924 until 1927. Ellis Baker was the daughter of playwright Edith Ellis, whose plays were popular in the United States and London during the early part of the 20th century.
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$20 Billion Saudi Joint Venture a Boon to Shearman, White & Case - The Am Law Daily
Google News - over 5 years
The group also includes partners Saul Daniel, Sean Wang, Ellis Baker, Jean Shimotake, Adam Chernichaw, Waleed Al-Nuwaiser, Charles-Henri Arminjon, and Antoine Cousin. White & Case's project finance team is led by London partners Philip Stopford and Tom
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Tom Gotsill's got Game - Barnstable Patriot
Google News - over 5 years
“This was a brainchild of ours about five years ago,” interim Eventide Arts artistic director Ellis Baker said of the competition. “Fostering local writers was something we felt was very important to do. Some are writers who have written plays before;
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Most Highly Regarded Firms: Construction 2011 - Who's Who Legal
Google News - over 5 years
Ellis Baker is head of the construction and engineering practice in the London office and represents developers, contractors, consultants and lenders in energy, infrastructure, power and commercial property matters throughout the world,
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Ashurst, Herbies, White & Case power Abu Dhabi IPP project - The Lawyer
Google News - over 5 years
Lead partners included Sandy Kritzalis and Raymond Azar in New York and Jason Kerr and Ellis Baker in London. Trowers & Hamlins supported Herbert Smith as local counsel. In a statement, Herbert Smith's Newbery said: “The project's significance doesn't
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Mildenhall keep run going - East Anglian Daily Times
Google News - almost 6 years
Man of the moment was veteran Ellis Baker, who snapped up six for 23 from 11 overs and bowled the final over. Derek Martin and Terry Bailey struggled in vain to score the two runs needed from the final delivery for a tie as Martin was run out
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King tosses one-hitter for Lady Raiders - Columbia Daily Herald
Google News - almost 6 years
Baylee Terranova, Amber Lockridge, Jordan Ellis, Baker and Martin each supplied hits for Central. Mt. Pleasant 7, Culleoka 5: Emily McNeese blasted a three-run home run in the sixth inning to lift the Lady Tigers past the Lady Warriors Wednesday in
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POSTINGS; TAKE A NUMBER
NYTimes - about 34 years
Who needs another number in these days of access codes, credit cards, and digital everything? Unfortunately, the people of Essex, Conn., do, officials there believe, to make it easier for emergency and service vehicles to locate residences in the growing community. Ellis Baker, a retired industrial engineer, was named chairman of a special
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