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TODAY: Sir Ewart Bell, former senior civil servant, 69; The Right Rev Dr George Carey, Archbishop of Canterbury, 58; Sir John Coles, Deputy Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 56; Miss Adrienne Corri, actress, 62; Sir Lincoln Hallinan, barrister and magistrate, 71; M Eugene Ionesco, author and playwright, 81; Sir Anthony Jacobs, chairman, Tricoville Group, 62; The Rev Patricia Johns, Headmistress, St Mary's School, Wantage, 60; Mr Kenneth Kemp, honorary life president, Smith and Nephew, 72; Miss Joan Lestor MP, 62; Sir Arnold Lindley, former chairman, GEC, 91; Maj- Gen James Doiran Lunt, 76; Mr John McGuckian, chairman, Industrial Development Board for Northern Ireland, 54; Mr Basil Morson, pathologist, 72; Admiral Sir William O'Brien, 77; Mr Terry Reid, rock musician, 44; Mr Anthony T. Shadforth, former chairman, Inco Europe, 62; Sir Donald Thompson MP, 62.

TOMORROW: The Prince of Wales, 45; King Hussein of Jordan, 58; Sir Lawrie Barratt, chairman, Barratt Developments plc, 66; Miss Margaret Courtenay, actress, 70; Mr Quentin Crewe, writer and restaurateur, 67; Mr James Crowden, Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, 66; Mr Eric Crozier, author and theatrical producer, 79; Mr Paul Dacre, Editor, Daily Mail, 45; Mr Thomas Dawson, Solicitor General for Scotland, 45; Mr Rupert Deen, underwriter, 55; Mr Freddie Garrity, rock star, 53; The Right Rev Mgr George Hay, parish priest, 63; M Bernard Hinault, Tour de France winner, 39; Mr Peter Katin, concert pianist, 63; Mr Harold Larwood, cricketer, 89; Air Marshal Sir Richard Nelson, 86; Mr Patrick Nicholls MP, 45; Mr Gunther Sachs, former bobsleigh champion, 61; Mr David Shaw MP, 43; Sir Dudley Smith MP, 67; Sir Joseph Smith, former director, Public Health Laboratory Service, 63; Sir Arthur Watts, former legal adviser, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 62.