Geoffrey Edwards
Geoffrey Edwards
Dr Geoffrey Edwards is a British academic born in 1945, specialising in the European Union. A fellow and a Graduate Tutor of Pembroke College, Cambridge, Geoffrey Edwards is also Reader in European Studies at the Centre of International Studies, University of Cambridge and holds a Jean Monnet chair as Director of European Studies at the Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence at the same university.
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Rad anniversary weekend a huge success - Cochrane Eagle
Google News - over 5 years
The screening was followed by a question and answer session with director Hal Needham, writers Geoffrey Edwards and Sam Bernard, producer Robert Levy, actors Bill Allen and Jamie Clark and BMX riders Eddie Fiola and Martin Aparijo
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Innovative company cares about clients - Van Buren Press Argus-Courier
Google News - over 5 years
Most of the product design happens in the top half of the garage, where engineers Barret Ewing and Geoffrey Edwards only grudgingly look away from their computer screens to acknowledge visitors. They, along with Tom's son Erik, do all of the hardware,
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From our picture archive, June 16, 2011 - Cotswold Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Survivors are expected to return to the river in two, three for four years' times as adult breeding salmon. (Picture from our 1979 files). l Mr Geoffrey Edwards, chairman of the Thames Water Authority, introducing young salmon into a tributary of the
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Birthday honours: Pride of the north west make a date with the Queen - Manchester Evening News
Google News - over 5 years
Professor Robert Geoffrey Edwards. For services to human reproductive biology. (Born Manchester) Barbara Rogers. Headteacher, St. Patrick's Roman Catholic High School and Arts College, Salford. For services to education. Geoffrey Anthony Baxter
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$15000 at stake in Chaguanas beach soccer - Trinidad Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
Geoffrey Edwards, the tournament's event manager said the competition was the continuation of their drive as a sport event management organisation to provide information and sensitise the nation to the different variants of the sport of football
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'Media have convicted me' - Independent Online
Google News - over 5 years
In replying affidavits in the case, advocate Bruce Morrison and Colonel Geoffrey Edwards both say Brown sought another plea bargain as recently as February, and that he had initiated talks as far back as September 2007. According to Morrison, the talks
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Beach football tournament at Saith Park - Trinidad News
Google News - almost 6 years
Geoffrey Edwards, the tournament event manager, said, “this competition is the continuation of our drive as a sport event management organisation to provide information and sensitise the nation of the different variants of the sport of football
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Arts, Briefly
NYTimes - over 9 years
Dear Fans: Life Lessons à la Britney While Lindsay Lohan was heading into rehab, Britney Spears, right, was pondering life after getting out. In a ''Dear Fans'' letter posted on her Web site, britneyspears.com, she referred to attention deficit disorder when she wrote: ''Recently I was sent to a very humbling place called rehab. I truly hit rock
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Paid Notice: Deaths MILLER, MARIAN M.
NYTimes - over 17 years
MILLER-Marian M. The daughter of Robert Watt Miller and Elizabeth Folger Miller, died on Saturday, July 3, 1999, after a short illness. She was born on July 9, 1930. Marian had been living in Manhattan and Bridgehampton for the past thirteen years. Marian, nature and dog lover, spent her last years at her beach house in Bridgehampton. She is
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FORAGING; It's a Shop. It's a Club. It's the Latest.
NYTimes - almost 24 years
ROMP, a three-week-old store in the NoHo section of Manhattan that sells what it calls "avant-garb," is indeed a romp through every current teen-age fashion trend. The store's name could stand for Really Old Memories Persist -- particularly memories of clothes from the 70's, like sharply flared bell-bottoms and zipper shirts with pointy collars and
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United Way Seeks to Calm Affiliates
NYTimes - almost 25 years
The president of The United Way of America, who has come under mounting criticism in recent days, is expected to speak to 1,400 local affiliates by closed-circuit television on Thursday to try to allay their concerns about reports of his spending and management practices. Senior members of the organization's governing board held an emergency
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FILM: BIKE ACROBATICS IN HAL NEEDHAM'S 'RAD'
NYTimes - almost 31 years
The bicycle acrobatics behind the credits at the opening of ''Rad'' are so spectacular that you wonder what the movie can do to improve on them. The short answer is, nothing. It's all uphill once the tale gets under way of the hometown rider of a BMX, a type of two-wheeler designed to fly and bounce as well as roll, who beats the arrogant and
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FILM CREDITS STIR DEBATE
NYTimes - about 33 years
Nearly 20 names are crammed into advertisements for the movie ''Christine,'' and some film industry executives say the cascade of credits is as out of control as the movie's murderous sedan. The ''Christine'' print advertisements include three mentions each for the film's director, John Carpenter, and its producer, Richard Kobritz; two credits for
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FILM: REVISED TRUFFAUT
NYTimes - about 33 years
IT takes an inordinate amount of time to build up momentum, but once it does, ''The Man Who Loved Women,'' Blake Edwards's ''Americanization'' of Francois Truffaut's 1977 French comedy, skates successfully over the thin ice. Chief among its virtues is the performance of Burt Reynolds as David Fowler, a celebrated Los Angeles sculptor and an
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'THE CURSE OF THE PINK PANTHER'
NYTimes - over 33 years
To say that Blake Edwards's ''Curse of the Pink Panther'' is aimed at easy-to-please audiences is to understate the case considerably. It's aimed at those who'll be satisifed with another snappy credit sequence, a few of the old familiar faces, and very little more. Not unfunny, and not really an offense to the memory of Inspector Clouseau, it's
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RECOLLECTIONS ON 'PINK PANTHER TRAIL'
NYTimes - about 34 years
TO be perfectly honest, Blake Edwards's ''The Trail of the Pink Panther'' is not an entirely ''new'' movie. It was put together - expertly, I think -from out-takes and previously unused sequences from four earlier ''Pink Panther'' comedies, all of which starred the late, great Peter Sellers as the magnificently muddled Inspector Clouseau. ''The
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PAPERS INCREASE CAPITAL COVERAGE
NYTimes - over 35 years
In a town of people who are compulsive about knowing the news, the demise of The Washington Star last month left addicts gasping. Now, others are moving in to meet their need. The New York Times, which sells 25,000 copies in Washington on weekdays and more on Sundays, started publishing an added daily page of Washington news yesterday. Five
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Geoffrey Edwards
    FIFTIES
  • 1997
    Age 52
    His publications include The Politics of European Treaty Reform (co-edited with Alfred Pijpers), Cassell, 1997, and The European Commission (co-edited with David Spence, Cartermill, 1997.
    More Details Hide Details Since 1998 he has been co-editor of The European Annual Review of Activities for the Journal of Common Market Studies, and he co-authored with Paul Cornish Identifying the Development of an EU Strategic Culture for International Affairs, Vol 7 (3), 2001.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1945
    Age 0
    Born in 1945.
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