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  • n. Alternative form of Bungi.


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  • February -- staying with John Childs in Bungay and working on memoirs, apparently at the urging of Binney.

    Brief Chronology

  • Assange is headed to Ellingham Hall, in Bungay, which is owned by Vaughan Smith, a WikiLeaks supporter and founder of London's Frontline Club for journalists.

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange released on bail

  • Tono-Bungay, which is modern and representative of our whole industrial system, by way of something prior to it -- the old social order which exists only as a tradition, which is maintained as a vast, stupid, demoralising pretence, undermined by Tono-Bungayism.

    Personality in Literature

  • "Bungay," I said, "I feel sure you will go, for your wife is there."

    My Lady of the North

  • Janet K. Bungay, 67, an editor in the African and European departments of the International Monetary Fund from 1987 to 2002, died Oct. 14 at Suburban Hospital in Bethesda of complications from biopsy surgery.

    Janet K. Bungay, editor

  • Survivors include her husband of 43 years, Peter M. Bungay of Bethesda; and a brother, Roy A. Duvall of Vienna.

    Janet K. Bungay, editor

  • Mad, bad and dangerous to knowChris Martin has all the makings of a Premier League playa, having been banned from an impressive 68 pubs in Beccles, Halesworth, Bungay and Southwold in 2008 following a late-night incident.

    Norwich City Premier League 2011-12 team guide

  • There is an answer, says Box of Crayons founder and author Michael Bungay Stanier, in his best-seller Do More Great Work.

    Laura Cococcia: The Art of Doing More Great Work

  • Michael Bungay Stanier: It was August, and I was on summer vacation with my wife and another couple - plus their young kid.

    Laura Cococcia: The Art of Doing More Great Work

  • I had the pleasure of chatting with Michael Bungay Stanier about Do More Great Work, the inspiration for his projects and a few words of advice.

    Laura Cococcia: The Art of Doing More Great Work


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