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    • Nazma Akter

    • Nazma Akter (born 1975) is a Banglahdesi trade unionist and founder of the AWAJ Foundation. At the age she began working alongside her mother in a clothing factory, often working for more than 70 hours a week. Akter joined a trade union because the women working in the factory were abused and poorly treated. In 2003 ... Read »


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    • Bec Hill

    • Bec Hill is an Adelaide-born comedian who is now based in the UK. She incorporates arts and crafts into her stand-up routines in something she calls paper-puppetry. Her "paper-puppetry" can be likened to pop-up books or the Japanese storytelling technique of Kamishibai. In 2016, she was a co-host of Sky's “DC Fa ... Read »


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    • Claudia of Chalon

    • Claudia of Châlon-Orange (1498 – May 31, 1521, Diest) was the second wife of Henry III of Nassau-Breda, whom she had married in 1515. She was the mother of René of Chalon, lord of Breda, the first Nassau to be Prince of Orange. Claudia of Châlon was the daughter of John of Chalon, lord of Arlay and Phili ... Read »


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    • Ernest Chesneau

    • Ernest Chesneau (9 April 1833 – 24 February 1890) was a French art historian and critic. ... Read »


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    • Moses Delesdernier

    • Moses Delesdernier (c.1713-1811) was land trader and author who moved from Switzerland to Halifax, Nova Scotia (1750). In 1754, while at Pisiquid, he was the first Protestant to farm among the Acadians. He was also the truckmaster for trade with the Mi’kmaq (1760). He also held office in present-day New Brunswick ... Read »


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    • Dionysius (Zbyruyskyy)

    • Dionysius Zbyruyskyy (worldwide Dmitry Hrytskovych; Ukrainian: Діонісій Збируйський) (died 18 November 1603) was a Bishop of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. From 1585, he was Orthodox Bishop of Kholm, and from 1595, of the Uniate Catholic bishop of Byzantine ... Read »


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    • Dino Fekaris

    • Dino Fekaris (born 1945 in Pittsburgh) is an American music producer and songwriter. Fekaris produced the song "I Will Survive", and co-wrote it with Freddie Perren. He is also associated with other works from Gloria Gaynor. He worked at Motown Records in the late 1960s to mid-1970s. ... Read »


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    • Gerald Foos

    • Gerald Foos is the former owner of the Manor House Motel, which operated in Aurora, Colorado. He was the subject of Gay Talese's 2016 article "The Voyeur's Motel" in The New Yorker, in which Talese disclosed that Foos was a long time voyeur of those staying in his hotel, having installed grilles in the ceiling of most ... Read »


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    • Francesco Frangialli

    • Francesco Frangialli, From 1997 to 2009 he served as Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). He is an Honorary Professor at the School of Hotel and Tourism Management at the The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. ... Read »


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    • Vince Gamad

    • Vince Gamad (born on January 15, 1994) is a Filipino actor, model and host. He is a host in Walang Tulugan with the Master Showman; hosts German Moreno, Sanya Lopez, Jak Roberto, Teejay Marquez and Hiro Peralta. Gamad started his career and worked on GMA Network. He signed a contract in GMA Artist Center. In 2012 ... Read »


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    • Diana Gardner

    • Diana Gardner (1913–1997) was a writer, wood engraver and book illustrator who studied at the Westminster School of Art. Her first short story was published in Horizon in 1940, and later works included Halfway Down the Cliff (1946) and The Indian Woman (1954). In the 1960s she began work as a full-time painter wor ... Read »


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    • George Gillon

    • George Marr Flemington Gillon MBE (born November 1942) is a councilman of the City of London Corporation where he represents the ward of Cordwainer. He was master of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Surveyors in 2002/2003. He was Sheriff of London from 2008 to 2009 and Chief Commoner of the Court of Common Council f ... Read »


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    • Ferial Govashiri

    • Ferial Govashiri

      Ferial Govashiri is an Iranian-American political aide who has served as the personal aide to United States President Barack Obama since 2014. Govashiri serves as Obama's personal aide at the White House. She worked on then-Senator Barack Obama's campaign, beginning in the summer of 2007 in his Chicago headquarters in ... Read »


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    • Francis Algernon Govett

    • Francis Algernon Govett (1858 - 27 October 1926) was a British who was a director of many mining companies, was closely involved with future American president Herbert Hoover, and later became the chairman of the Burma Corporation. His business practices were sharply criticised by anti-corruption campaigner Walter Lig ... Read »


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    • Vladislav Grib

    • Vladislav Grib (Russian: Владислав Валерьевич Гриб; 16 May 1972) is a Russian lawyer and politician. His appointment in June 2016 as a personal representative to the OSCE’s Chairperson-in-Office “on combating racism, xenophobia and discrimin ... Read »


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    • Jens Gunderssen

    • Jens Gunderssen

      Jens Gunderssen (19 May 1912 – 11 December 1969) was a Norwegian singer, songwriter, actor, stage producer and theatre director. Gunderssen was born in Drammen, as son of Karl Gunderssen and Ågot Uhl. His father was a prominent local politician, and mayor in Drammen from 1937 to 1950. Gunderssen studied law, ... Read »


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    • Hadoard

    • Hadoard or Hadoardus was a priest and presumed librarian (custos librorum) in Corbie Abbey during the ninth century. He is known for two surviving collectanea, or anthologies of extracts. One of these (now Vatican Reg. lat. 1762) draws primarily from the philosophical works of Cicero. It also contains excerpts from Mac ... Read »


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    • John Elihu Hall

    • John Elihu Hall (December 27, 1783 - June 12, 1829) was a lawyer, writer and publisher who was born and lived for most of his life in Philadelphia, with important parts of his career spent in Maryland. He was the son of John Hall and Sarah Ewing Hall, and the grandson of John Ewing, one time provost of the University o ... Read »


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    • John Child Hannyngton

    • John Child Hannyngton (23 September 1835, Barrackpore – March 1895, Lewisham) was a judge in the East India Company who served for many years as Resident of Travancore. Born to Major General John Caulfield Hannyngton (1807–1885) and Harriet, he joined service in the East India Company in 1857 as a Writer. In ... Read »


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    • Christopher Harding

    • Christopher Harding (born July 1978) is a cultural historian of modern India and Japan, lecturer in Asian history at the University of Edinburgh, broadcaster and journalist. His series on culture and mental health, The Borders of Sanity, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and the BBC World Service in 2016. ... Read »


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    • Brian Nicholas Harris

    • Brian Nicholas Harris (born December 1931) is a councilman of the City of London Corporation, where he represents the ward of Bridge and Bridge Without. He is a chartered surveyor and has been president of the London Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the Britain Australia Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the Cook Societ ... Read »


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    • Ron Heisler

    • Ronald B. Heisler (born c. 1941) is a book collector, trade unionist, socialist, and self-described "delinquent historian" who has given his name to the Ron Heisler Collection at Senate House Library, University of London. Ronald B. Heisler was born in Norfolk around 1941, the son of Austrian migrants to the Unite ... Read »


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    • Cecily Hennessy

    • Cecily Jane Hennessy, FSA, is programme director, Art and Collecting: Antiquity to Renaissance at Christie's Education in London. She is an authority on paintings of children in Byzantium. She completed her PhD thesis at the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2001. In November 2016 she was elected a fellow of the Society of ... Read »


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    • África de las Heras


    • Sabine von Heusinger

    • Sabine von Heusinger (born 13 September 1964) is professor of medieval history at the University of Cologne. Sabine von Heusinger was born 13 September 1964 in Rielasingen. She studied German, politics and history at the University of Konstanz and Università degli Studi dell 'Aquila. In 1991, her Magister follo ... Read »


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    • Roger Hodgman

    • Roger Hodgman (born 1 December 1943) is an award-winning Australian stage and television director. He was educated at the Hutchins School and the University of Tasmania, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science in 1966, and an Honours degree in History in 1972. After beginning his ca ... Read »


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    • Tom Hoffman

    • Thomas Dieter Dirk Hoffman (born August 1945) is a councilman of the City of London Corporation, where he represents the ward of Vintry. Hoffman was educated at St John's College School and The Leys School, Cambridge. He read law at the University of Exeter. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants ... Read »


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    • Sadruddin Mohammad Hossain

    • Sadruddin Mohammad Hossain

      Air Vice Marshal (Retd.) Sadruddin Mohammad Hossain, Bir Protik is a former chief of Bangladesh Air Force. Air Vice Marshal Sadruddin was the 5th Chief of Bangladesh Air Force from 9 December 1977 to 22 July 1981. He was the youngest Air Chief in the history of Bangladesh Air Force (at the age of 36). Upon graduating ... Read »


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    • Kacie Anderson


    • Keramuddin Karim

    • Keramuddin Karim

      Keramuddin Karim (born 1 January 1962 in Panjshir) is an Afghan retired politician who has served as Governor of Panjshir Province till November 2, 2013. He was Chief of staff in the Ministry of Defense under Mohammed Fahim between 2002 and December 2004. He is an ethnic Tajik. He is the current president of the Afghan ... Read »


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    • Bob Karstens

    • Bob Karstens was a former professional basketball player in the United States. Karstens was born in Davenport, Iowa and attended school at Iowa Central Turner Gym and St. Ambrose College. Karstens first nonblack on the Harlem Globetrotters' roster in 1942–43. He invented a few routines including the magic circle a ... Read »


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    • Eric Kaufmann

    • Eric Peter Kaufmann (born 11 May 1970) is professor of politics at Birkbeck College, University of London. He is a specialist on Orangeism in Northern Ireland, nationalism, and political demography. Eric Kaufmann was born in Hong Kong and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He received his BA from the U ... Read »


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    • Joe Kiser (musician)

    • Joe Kiser is a musician who has been in four bands: Exitsect, Murder-Suicide Pact, Slap of Reality and Paineater. ... Read »


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    • Kent Kitzmann

    • Kent Kitzmann is a former fullback with the Minnesota Golden Gophers from 1975-1978. Kitzmann starred as running back at Rochester John Marshall in High School, leading the Rockets to the Class AA state football championships in both 1973 and 1974. He also excelled in the shot put, heaving one of the longest throws in ... Read »


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    • Bram Kohlhausen

    • Bram Kohlhausen was born on August 7, 1992 and is a former quarterback for the TCU Horned Frogs. He helped TCU comeback from the largest deficit in NCAA history in the 2016 Alamo Bowl|2016 Valero Alamo Bowl. Down 31-0 at halftime, Kohlhausen lead the Frogs to a victory in triple-overtime against the Oregon Ducks. In ... Read »


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    • Eugène Konopatzky


    • Wolfgang Müller Kranefeldt


    • Kushim (individual)

    • Kushim is regarded as possibly the first example of a named person in writing. The name "Kushim" is recorded on the Kushim Tablet, an ancient Sumerian clay tablet recording transactions that is now named for him or her. Kushim is mentioned in eighteen tablets, and is believed to have been either an individual or (less ... Read »


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    • Jesus Lava

    • Jesus Baltazar Lava (May 15, 1914 - January 21, 2003) was the Secretary General of the first Communist Party of the Philippines from 1950. Jesus Lava became the Secretary General of the pro-soviet PKP (1930) after the arrest of his brother Jose Lava. In 1968, part of the membership of the party split to create a new m ... Read »


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    • Sonny Levi

    • Renato "Sonny" Levi (9 September 1926 – 12 November 2016) was an Indian boat designer known for creating powerboats for the Aga Khan, the Shah of Iran, and Richard Branson. Renato Levi was born in Karachi on 9 September 1926 into a family that had fled fascism in Italy, but he was educated in France and Darje ... Read »


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    • Lim Chow Kiat


    • David Luscombe

    • David Edward Luscombe, FBA, FRHS, FSA, (born July 1938) is professor emeritus of medieval history at the University of Sheffield. He was elected a fellow of the British Academy in 1986. He is also a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and the Society of Antiquaries of London. He is the joint editor of volume four of ... Read »


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    • Hamid Mahmood

    • Hamid Mahmood Butt (Urdu: حامد محمود بٹ‎) is the current principal of Services Institute of Medical Sciences, chair of Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, and patron of Services Hospital. He served as the ex-Chair of Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at F ... Read »


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    • Richard G. Mann

    • Richard George Mann (born 1949) is professor of art at San Francisco State University and a specialist in the art of Spain. Mann was born in 1949. He received his B.A. from Kalamazoo College in 1972, his M.A. from the University of Minnesota in 1974, and his Ph.D. from New York University in 1982. Mann is profess ... Read »


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    • Spencer Matthews

    • Spencer Matthews (born 6 August 1989) is a socialite and foreign exchange broker who has participated in three notable TV shows: Made in Chelsea, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! and The Bachelor. Spencer's elder brother is James Matthews. Spencer's father is landowner David Matthews, Laird of Glen Affric, who als ... Read »


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    • Vincent McBrierty

    • Prof Vincent J. McBrierty, BSc, PhD, ScD, a Knight of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of Saint George, is an Irish academician, author, educator, physicist, and researcher. An alumnus of St. Mary's Christian Brothers' Grammar School, Belfast, he attended Trinity College Dublin, where he began teaching in 1967, ... Read »


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    • Brian McGing

    • Brian C. McGing is a papyrologist and ancient historian, who specialises in the Hellenistic period. He is Regius Professor of Greek at Trinity College, Dublin. He is editor of the college's journal of the classical world, Hermathena. In 2004, McGing was elected a Member of the Royal Irish Academy (MRIA). ... Read »


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    • Brodie McIntosh

    • Brodie McIntosh

      Brodie McIntosh (born 16 July 1974) is an IPSC competitor from Australia who took bronze in the 2002 and 2014 World Shoot. He has also won the Australian Handgun Championship 15 times. ... Read »


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    • Ian McWalters

    • Ian McWalters (born 1951) was appointed director of public prosecutions in Hong Kong in 2009. In 2014 he was appointed Justice of Appeal of the Court of Appeal of the High Court of Hong Kong. ... Read »


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    • Joseph Mechlin, Jr.

    • Joseph Mechlin, Jr. (died 1839) was a physician and colonial agent of the American Colonization Society in Liberia two times. ... Read »


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    • Zackary Medeiros

    • Zackary Medeiros is a Canadian Kicker / Punter who plays for the Ottawa Redblacks of the Canadian Football League (CFL). On November 27th, 2016, Medeiros helped the Redblacks capture the 104th Grey Cup. ... Read »


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    • Edouard Mercier

    • Edouard Mercier

      Édouard Joseph Mercier (1 April 1799 - 18 January 1870) is a Belgian politician of liberal tendencies. He is the uncle of Cardinal Mercier. He served several terms as finance minister; first was 1840-1841, second was 1843-1845; Third term was 1855-1857. He was appointed Minister of State in 1845. Mercier was born i ... Read »


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    • Dan Meredith

    • Dan Meredith, also known as Dan Blah, is a Internet freedom supporter, journalist, technologist, and media activist. He is currently the founding Director of the Open Technology Fund, a U.S. Government funded program created in 2012 at Radio Free Asia to support global Internet freedom, privacy-enhancing technologies, ... Read »


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    • Mike Gaydusek


    • Ellen Mirojnick

    • Ellen Mirojnick is an American costumer designer. She won an Emmy for her work on Behind the Candelabra (2013).  Her other work includes The Knick (2014) and Basic Instinct (1992). ... Read »


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    • Cas Moor

    • Cas Moor (born 8 April 1991) is a Belgian industrial designer and inventor who works in furniture, lighting, eyewear, electronics, jewellery and accessories. Objects he designed include: ... Read »


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    • Moses Jacob Storm


    • Mauricio Mota

    • Mauricio Mota is Co-President of Wise Entertainment, the production company behind the Hulu original series East Los High. Mota co-created with Carla Esmeralda the School of Series, a TV series development lab guiding Brazilian producers and writers to create 30 series for US and Latin American marketplaces. ... Read »


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    • Stephen de Mowbray

    • Stephen de Mowbray (15 August 1925 – 4 October 2016) was a counterintelligence officer in Britain's Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). He became convinced that the then head of MI5, Sir Roger Hollis, was a Soviet spy. He was born at Lymington on 15 August 1925, the son of Ralph de Mowbray, a surgeon, and was educ ... Read »


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    • Lynette R. Muir

    • Lynette R. Muir (1930 - 2 July 2007) was reader in the Department of French Language and Literature and director of the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Leeds. She was described as "one of the foremost European scholars in the fields of medieval French drama and Arthurian romance." ... Read »


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    • Geoff Muirden

    • Geoffrey Muirden (2 October 1941 – 31 July 2006) was a reviewer, author and secretary of the Australian Civil Liberties Union, which has been characterised as "one of Victoria's foremost racist and Holocaust denying organisations" and Australia's leading neo-Nazi group. He was most notable for his outspoken stance ... Read »


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    • N0thing

    • Jordan Gilbert, better known as n0thing, is an American Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player who plays as a rifler and lurker for Cloud9. n0thing previously competed for CompLexity Gaming, an outfit acquired by Cloud9 on July 30, 2014. ... Read »


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    • Sebastian Ndeitunga

    • Lieutenant General Sebastian Haitota Ndeitunga (born in 1962) is a Namibian chief law enforcement officer appointed by His Excellency Hifikepunye Pohamba the President of the Republic of Namibia in 2005, with the responsibility, amongst others, to provide leadership to the Namibian Police Force to preserve the internal ... Read »


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    • Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi

    • Ugochukwu-Smooth Nzewi

      Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi is an artist, art historian, and curator. He is currently Curator of African Art at Dartmouth College's Hood Museum of Art. He studied under El Anatsui at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, traveled as an artist and curator, and completed his doctorate at Emory University in 2013. He has curat ... Read »


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    • Pavel Padakin

    • Pavel Padakin

      Pavel Padakin (born 8 June 1994) is a Russian ice hockey forward currently playing for HC Sochi of the Kontinental Hockey League. ... Read »


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    • Penry Powell Palfrey

    • Penry Powell Palfrey (6 June 1830 – 22 August 1902) was a British stained glass designer and painter in watercolour of horses and coaching scenes. Penry Powell Palfrey was born in London on 6 June 1830. He was interested in horses and coaching from a very young age and made models of out of cardboard of the c ... Read »


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    • Andrew Parmley

    • Andrew Charles Parmley (born October 1956) is principal of the Harrodian School in Barnes, and the Lord Mayor of London for 2016–17. A Past Master of The Worshipful Company of Glass-Sellers of London, he is the first from that livery to be elected as Lord Mayor. ... Read »


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    • Peter Latham (RAF officer)

    • Air Vice-Marshal Peter Anthony Latham, CB, AFC (18 June 1925 – 4 December 2016) was a senior British Royal Air Force officer. From 1977 to 1981, he served as Air Officer Commanding No. 11 Group. Earlier in his career, from 1958 to 1960, he was leader of the Black Arrows (predecessor of the current RAF aerobatic te ... Read »


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    • Arthur Frederick Peterson

    • Sir Arthur Frederick Peterson KC (1859–1922) was a leading barrister and an English High Court judge in the Chancery Division from 1915 to 1922. He was born in Melbourne, Australia, the son of William Peterson, a station owner in Victoria, Riverina and Queensland and principal of the well known Flinders Street fi ... Read »


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    • Philip of Ibelin (died 1318)

    • Philip of Ibelin (born c. 1255; died 25 November 1318, Nicosia) was Seneschal of the Kingdom of Cyprus. As one of the sons of Philippa Barlais and her husband Guy of Ibelin, he was a member of the house of Ibelin. ... Read »


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    • William Fettes Pitcairn

    • William Fettes Pitcairn (1804-1891) was a Scottish theological author. He was born in Edinburgh in 1804 into an affluent family. He died at his home 30 York Place in Edinburgh’s New Town He is buried in St Cuthbert’s Churchyard in the city centre. He lies to the north-west of the church with his grandfathe ... Read »


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    • Simon Pollack

    • Simon Pollak (April 14, 1814 – October 31, 1903) was a St. Louis doctor who helped to found the Missouri Institute for the Education of the Blind in 1850 and who was involved in the development of the Western Sanitary Commission during the American Civil War. The Missouri Institute for the education of the Blind w ... Read »


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    • Zhang Qianfan

    • Zhang Qianfan (张千帆; born January 1964) is a constitutional law professor at Peking University Law School, and an activist who advocates constitutionalism in China and has called for China's general political and judicial reform. He is the author of several academic publications. His book Constitutional S ... Read »


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    • Sheikh Raffie

    • Sheikh Raffie (Sheikh Raffie Abd Rahman) is Chief Operating Officer of BERNAMA (2007-2011), and co-founder of Radio24, Malaysia's first new radio in 2007. He studied in the United Kingdom in International Politics & Strategic Studies. Sheikh Raffie was the main news anchor in ntv7 (Natseven TV) when it launched in 19 ... Read »


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    • Maxim Rasseikin

    • Maxim Rasseikin (born 26 April 1998) is a Russian ice hockey forward currently playing for Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg of the Kontinental Hockey League. ... Read »


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    • Georg Rauer

    • Georg Rauer (Vienna 1880 – Vienna 1935) was a Viennese violin maker. He studied under Karel Haudek, later employed by Gabriel Lemböck. Rauer passed his “Gesellenprüfung” in 1897, and went “auf der Waltz” to Budapest. He worked for master Wilhelm Thomas Theodor Jaura before opening his ow ... Read »


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    • Byju Raveendran


    • Leopold Redpath

    • Leopold Redpath (12 May 1816 - 1 May 1891) was a clerk of the Great Northern Railway Company who perpetrated a notorious fraud against his employers and was transported to Australia. ... Read »


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    • Reginbrand

    • Reginbrand was a bishop of the Ancient See of Aarhus. He was ordained by bishop Adaldag of Hamburg-Bremen in 948 in the first ordination of bishops in the Scandinavian countries. The ordination had the explicit support of the pope who wished to expand Christianity into northern Europe. Adaldag ordained three bishops fo ... Read »


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    • Mir Abdul Rehman

    • Mir Abdul Rehman was the Chairmen of Panjgur from 1965 to 1970 and the chief of Tasp and Mullazai tribes. ... Read »


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    • Mark Relyea

    • Mark Relyea is an American sound editor. ... Read »


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    • Giulia della Rena

    • Blessed Giulia della Rena (1319 - 9 January 1367) was an Italian Roman Catholic professed member of the Order of Saint Augustine in its third order branch. Della Rena was orphaned sometime in her late childhood and sought work as a maid in Florence where she soon became a member of the Augustinian tertiaries. The relig ... Read »


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    • Chase F. Robinson

    • Chase F. Robinson is a historian of Islam and distinguished professor and president of The Graduate Center at City University of New York. He was formerly a fellow of Wolfson College at the University of Oxford from 1993 until 2008. Robinson received his bachelor's degree from Brown University and his Ph.D. from Harvar ... Read »


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    • Sy Rogers

    • Sy Rogers is an American Christian pastor and formerly part of the ex-gay movement. Rogers was previously with Exodus International. Rogers now identifies as transgender and is now married to a woman. In 2016, The Daily Beast reported that Rogers's current ministry moved away from the ex-gay message and though Rogers ... Read »


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    • Edina Ronay

    • Edina Ronay FRSA (born 1944, Budapest, Hungary) is an Anglo-Hungarian fashion designer and former actress. She is the daughter of food critic Egon Ronay and the mother of actress/writer Shebah Ronay. In films and television from 1960, Ronay's numerous TV roles included The Avengers, No Hiding Place, Special Branch, The ... Read »


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    • Lara Rossi

    • Lara Rossi is a British television, film and theatre actress and performer. She is best known for her role as Arabela Seeger in the German-French-Italian-American television series Crossing Lines as well as the upcoming Finnish sci-fi movie Iron Sky: The Coming Race. She was nominated twice for the prestigious Ian Char ... Read »


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    • Rusher Itamae

    • Rusher Itamae (ラッシャー板前, Rasshā Itamae?, born 15 June 1963, in Matsudo, Chiba Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese comedian who is a member of the Takeshi Gundan. His real name is Hiroshi Suzuki (鈴木 浩, Suzuki Hiroshi?). Rusher Itamae is represented with Office Kitano. He ... Read »


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    • John Ryley

    • John Hamilton Ryley (born 21 December 1961) is a British television producer, and the Head of Sky News. He was born in Chelmsford in Essex. He is a single child. His father worked for the National Farmers Union (NFU). He is a childhood friend of Charles Moore, of the Daily Telegraph. He went to Eastbourne College ... Read »


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    • Richard Ryscavage

    • Richard Ryscavage, S.J., is director of the Center for Faith and Public Life and a professor of sociology and international studies at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut. He is also an internationally recognized expert on migration issues. Ryscavage served as executive director of the United States Confere ... Read »


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    • Jonathan Schofield


    • Joel Searby

    • Joel Searby is an American political strategist and pollster. He was the chief strategist for the conservative 501(c) non-profit Better for America which laid the groundwork for an independent presidential candidate in 2016. After leaving Better for America, Searby became the Chief Strategist and Campaign Manager for i ... Read »


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    • Julius Seyler

    • Julius Seyler (4 May 1873 – 22 or 24 November 1955) was a German painter and athlete. ... Read »


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    • Ivan Vassilievitch Shchukin

    • Ivan Vassilievitch Shchukin (1818-1890) was a Moscow merchant in the textile trade whose company, I.V. Shchukin and Sons, became one of the largest textile businesses in Russia. Several of his sons formed important art collections around the end of the nineteenth and start of the twentieth centuries. Ivan Vassilie ... Read »


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    • Pyotr Shchukin

    • Pyotr Ivanovich Shchukin (1853 - 12 October 1912) was an art collector who built an important collection of Russian ancient art and artifacts and owned several impressionist masterpieces. Pyotr Ivanovich Shchukin was born in 1853, one of ten children of Ivan Vassilievitch Shchukin, a self-made Moscow merchant in t ... Read »


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    • George Henry Shelton

    • George Henry Shelton (1871 – November 2, 1920) was an American Brigadier General during World War I. George Shelton was born in 1871 in Seymour, Connecticut. He attended the United States Military Academy and graduated in the class of 1896. During World War I, he served in various capacities from staff to br ... Read »


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    • David Sieff

    • Sir David Daniel Sieff (born March 1939) was a director of British retailers Marks & Spencer plc from 1972 to 1997. He is a great-grandson of Michael Marks, the founder of the company, and was the last descendant of Marks to serve on the board of the firm. ... Read »


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    • Michael Silk

    • Michael Silk, FBA, is emeritus professor of classical and comparative literature at King's College, London. His research interests relate to the theory and practice of tragedy and comedy, Greek poetry and drama, literary theory, and the classical tradition. He was elected a fellow of the British Academy in 1999. ... Read »


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