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He was known as a "great social reforming backbencher" and, along with his homosexuality bill, Abse also campaigned for changes to divorce and family law.
But it also depicts Mr Abse's dogged determination to win support for his legislation on homosexuality, and how the Welsh lawyer joined forces with the Eighth Earl of Arran to get the Bill through both Houses of Parliament.
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Dr Abse suggested, simply, young people have suffered from a high level of sexualised content from an early age, which can have an adverse impact on relationships.
Yukardaki redaviyle ilgili bilgiden tahmin edebiliriz ki hastalarin 6'sinda orbital abse subperiosreal olmalidir Cunku bu hastalarda endonazal cerrahi uygulanmistir.
Andrew Owen, a partner at Leo Abse & Cohen said: "Exposure to asbestos is the biggest single cause of work-related deaths, with around 4,000 asbestos-related deaths each year.
A solicitor, Mr Abse became a flamboyant figure in Westminster, renowned for his dandyish attire.
Abse persuaded then home secretary Roy Jenkins to give it government time, ensuring it passed.
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Twentieth Century Anglo-Welsh Poetry, edited by Dannie Abse, will effectively supplant the most recent comprehensive anthology of Anglo-Welsh verse, Raymond Garlick and Roland Mathias's Anglo-Welsh Poetry 14801990 (1993; see WLT 68:3, p.
Best known for his poetry, Abse wrote his first book of verse, After Every Green Thing (1948), in a declamatory style.