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Dame Joyce Bishop, former headmistress, Godolphin and Latymer School, 96; Dr Baruch Blumberg, Master of Balliol College, Oxford, 67; Sir Grahame Clark, archaeologist and former Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, 85; Professor Brian Clarkson, principal, University College of Swansea, 62; Professor Sir Frederick Crawford, vice-chancellor, Aston University, 61; Professor Robert Curran, pathologist, 71; Sir Horace Cutler, former leader of the GLC, 80; Sir Kenneth Durham, former chairman, Kingfisher, 68; Mr Ian Grant, chairman, Scottish Tourist Board, 49; Sir Peter Green, former chairman, Janson Green, 68; Mr Robert Henderson, director, Ulster TV, 63; Mr Keith Hill MP, 49; Sir Maurice Holmes, barrister and former chairman, London Transport, 81; Mr Brian Johnson, Chief Constable of Lancashire, 60; Sir Russell Johnston MP, 60; Mr Ian McCaskill, television weatherman, 54; Lord Murray of Newhaven, former Chancellor, Southampton University, 89; Dame Rosemary Murray, former Vice-Chancellor, Cambridge University, 79; Mr Riccardo Muti, conductor, 51; Mr David Naish, president, National Farmers' Union, 52; Mrs Jacqueline Onassis, Editor, Doubleday & Co, 63; Mr David Pearson, deputy chairman, Robert Fleming Holdings, 61; Professor Sir Karl Popper CH, philosopher, 90; Judge Malcolm Potter, circuit judge, 60; Sir Garfield Sobers, cricketer, 56; Miss Prunella Stack, president, Women's League of Health and Beauty, 78.