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TODAY: Dame Mary Arden, High Court judge, and chairman, Law Commission, 52; Lord Denning, former Master of the Rolls, 100; Sir John Grenside, chartered accountant, 78; Brigadier Donald Hardie, Lord- Lieutenant, Strathclyde Region (Dumbarton), 63; Mr Rutger Hauer, actor, 55; Mr Bill Hayden, former Governor-General of Australia, 66; Sir Harold Hood Bt, former Editor, Catholic Who's Who, 83; Mr Thomas Hudson, former chairman, ICL Ltd, 84; Miss Jeanne Moreau, actress, 71; Miss Christine Nicholls, former editor, Dictionary of National Biography Supplements, 56; Mr Ted Rowlands MP, 59; Sir Kenneth Scott, former Deputy Private Secretary to the Queen, 68; Dr Paul Slack, Principal, Linacre College, Oxford, 56; Lord Strathcarron, motorist and writer, 75; Lord Sutherland, a Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, 67; Mrs Joan Walley MP, 50; Mr Brian Weight, former Chief Constable, Dorset, 63.

TOMORROW: Mr Ernest Borgnine, actor, 82; Mr Rafael Caldera Rodriguez, president of Venezuela, 82; Lt-Gen Sir Anthony Denison-Smith, chairman, Army Cadet Force Association, 57; Mr Neil Diamond, singer and songwriter, 58; Mr Bamber Gascoigne, writer and quizmaster, 64; Miss Nastassja Kinski, actress, 38; Dr Desmond Morris, zoologist, 71; Sir Donald Murray, a former Lord Justice of Appeal, Supreme Court of Northern Ireland, 76; Dr Ian Oliver, chief constable, Grampian, 59; Mr Ivor Rawlinson, ambassador to Tunisia, 57; Mr Edward Shevardnadze, president of Georgia, 71; The Most Rev John Aloysius Ward, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Cardiff, 70; Air Commodore Sir Archie Winskill, former captain of the Queen's Flight, 82.