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- A. Bates a.k.a. A. S. Bates: Bert Bates was a British film editor, sometimes credited as A. S. Bates. He worked on more than sixty films during his career. Bates edited his first feature film Many Waters in 1931. He went on to be employed by many leading British studios, working on films by directors including Alfred Hitchcock, Anatole Litvak and Carol Reed.
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- A. Bates: Auline Bates, pen name A. Bates, is an American author, who has written the teen suspense novels Party Line, Final Exam, Mother's Helper, The Dead Game and Krazy 4 U.
- also known as Auline Bates
- nationality: United States of America
- written works: "Final Exam", "More Chiller Thrillers-Boxed Set 4 Vols", "Dead Game, the", "Motor and carriage painting", "Party Line"
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The Archaeology of Slavery (2014)
A Comparative Approach to Captivity and Coercion by Lydia Wilson Marshall
Lynsey A. Bates is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Dorian Borbonus is an assistant professor in the Department of History at the University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio. Kenneth L.
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