wordnet_associate_109816771


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# false positives: 387
# false negatives: 331
precision: 0.9144373203625912
recall: 0.9259010521602865
F1: 0.9201334816462736
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Sir William McAlpine... Southern Railway". This was re-erected at the private Fawley Hill Museum of, whose company built Waterloo International. Waterloo International close ...
Josiah Wedgwood... n of a British horticultural society was suggested by John Wedgwood (son of) in 1800. His aims were fairly modest: he wanted to hold regular meetings ...
A. J. P. TaylorIn 1969, along with Hugh Trevor-Roper and, he became a member of the editorial board of Sir Winston Churchill's fou ...
Clive James... llander wrote a poem titled in his book, . It ends with Chomsky's sentence.wrote a poem titled "A Line and a Theme from Noam Chomsky" in his book, . ...
Lewis Carroll... such as "I Love Louie", where Desi lived with Louis Armstrong. He also read's poem "Jabberwocky" in a heavy Cuban accent (he pronounced it "Habberwoc ...
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh... ysis represented a key means of identifying the bodies. A blood sample from(a grandson of Alexandra's oldest sister, Princess Victoria of Hesse and b ...
Richard Owen... fragment of bone to his uncle, John Rule, a Sydney surgeon, who sent it towho at that time was working at the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College ...
Albert Einstein... time or lived in Halesite include comedian/singer Fanny Brice and scientist
Thomas Hardy... nd a slug of rum added under the counter, plays a major role in the plot of's novel The Mayor of Casterbridge. It is also mentioned in Lewis Carroll' ...
Bjarne Stroustrup... 8 for the discovery. In 1983, the C++ programming language was developed byas an extension to the original C programming language also developed at B ...
Magdi Yacoub... Harpenden, Herts in January 1979, which led to a heart bypass operation byin June 1979. After the heart attack, Morecambe asked Yacoub what would ha ...
Mark Killilea... e "gang of five," consisted of Jackie Fahey, Tom McEllistrim, Seán Doherty,and Albert Reynolds
KRBC-TV... KAKW-DT from the Waco/Temple/Killeen DMA. As well as KTXS-TV, KTAB-TV, andfrom the Abilene/Sweetwater/Brownwood DMA. The Comanche Chief serves as th ...
Ned Sublette... heard in the ragtime compositions of Scott Joplin, Tom Turpin, and others.echoes the widely held view that the habanera rhythm "found its way into r ...
Ronald J. Brachman... has been no small amount of inconsistency in the usage of the "is-a" link:wrote a paper titled "What IS-A is and isn't", wherein 29 different semant ...
Robert Penn Warren... e procedure and, at times, changed it. The 1946 novel All the King's Men bydescribed a lobotomy, saying it "would have made a Comanche brave look lik ...
Henry Cavendish... lfuric acid. In 1776 Lavoisier showed that it contained oxygen, and in 1785determined its precise composition and showed that it could be synthesized ...
Roger Sessions... ztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham, Earl Robinson, Ned Rorem, William Schuman,, Siegfried Strohbach, Michael Tippett, and Kurt Weill
Greg BearThe setting for's City at the End of Time is one hundred trillion years in the future and ...
Pope John Paul II... guards, and palace guards. After the May 13, 1981 assassination attempt onby Mehmet Ali Ağca, the guards were given enhanced training in unarmed com ...
Katherine Anne PorterFrom 1892 to 1901 Kyle was home to the Pulitzer Prize winning author,. Many of her most famous short stories such as Noon Wine are set in locat ...
John Lydon... s in favor of dense, repetitive dub- and krautrock-inspired soundscapes and's cryptic, stream-of-consciousness lyrics. The year before Metal Box was ...
Paul Tillich... has been advocated by many theologians Immanuel Kant, Hastings Rashdall and. It remains the most popular view of atonement among liberal Christians. ...
Winston Churchill... he connected telephone calls from war leaders to the prime minister. He meton several occasions when asked for updates on incoming calls and once was ...
John Tukey... e American Statistical Association, including notable statisticians such as, condemned the sampling procedure. Tukey was perhaps the most vocal criti ...
Juan de la Ciervawas a Spanish engineer and aeronautical enthusiast. In 1921, he participat ...
Sam Gilliam... nsen, Larry Zox, Ronnie Landfield, Eva Hesse, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra,, Mario Merz, Peter Reginato were some of the younger artists who emerged ...
Hugh Trevor-RoperIn 1969, along withand A. J. P. Taylor, he became a member of the editorial board of Sir Wins ...
Sir Peter Ustinov... s and television, by various actors, including John Moffatt, Albert Finney,, Sir Ian Holm, Tony Randall, Alfred Molina and David Suchet
Daniel C. Tsui... rst Störmer and former Bell Laboratories researchers Robert B. Laughlin and; they consequently won a Nobel Prize in 1998 for the discovery. In 1983, ...
Leda Cosmides... f Charles Darwin that were later substantially elaborated by John Tooby and. Central to evolutionary theory is that all biological organisms under ch ...
Richard Serra... is, Dan Christensen, Larry Zox, Ronnie Landfield, Eva Hesse, Keith Sonnier,, Sam Gilliam, Mario Merz, Peter Reginato were some of the younger artists ...
Lewis Carroll... g nonsense words; a famous such example is "The gostak distims the doshes".'s Jabberwocky is also famous for using this technique, although in this c ...
Earl Mountbatten of Burma... ectors' Awards at the Dorchester Hotel in London. Presenting the awards was; an award had just gone to Barry Took and Marty Feldman (writers of Round ...
Charles DickensLittle Dorrit is a serial novel bypublished originally between 1855 and 1857. It is a work of satire on the ...
Charles Darwin... tionary view of nationalism has its origins in the evolutionary theories ofthat were later substantially elaborated by John Tooby and Leda Cosmides. ...
Harold Lamb... world for me." In a time before comics existed, he "read all of Burroughs,, Talbot Mundy," maintaining copies "at home in my library" some 50 years ...
Arthur Compton... ated a two-stage model for free will include William James, Henri Poincaré,, Henry Margenau, and Daniel Dennett
George Harrison... eld at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 29 November 2002 as a memorial toon the first anniversary of his death. The event was organized by Harrison ...
Elliott Yamin... nections within the Sony family to produce, record, distribute, and promote's debut album under a dormant Sony-owned imprint, rather than waiting for ...
Charlotte Auerbach... a spontaneous variant arising in a colony of mice maintained by geneticist. Histopathological studies in the 1960s revealed that the cerebellum of r ...
Charles Dickens... ry, but the word was considered vulgar. (Note the exclamation by Estella in's novel Great Expectations: "He calls the knaves, Jacks, this boy!") Howe ...
Kiri Te KanawaProminent New Zealand musicians performing at home and abroad include Dame, Sir Donald McIntyre, Simon O'Neill, Jonathan Lemalu, Teddy Tahu Rhodes, ...
Seán Doherty... p, known as the "gang of five," consisted of Jackie Fahey, Tom McEllistrim,, Mark Killilea and Albert Reynolds
Hani Hanjour... rorists, boarded American Airlines Flight 77 and hijacked the plane so thatcould pilot and crash the plane into the Pentagon as part of the September ...
Bertrand RussellThe philosopherused the sentence "Quadruplicity drinks procrastination" to make a similar ...
Henry Margenau... model for free will include William James, Henri Poincaré, Arthur Compton,, and Daniel Dennett
George Philip... he constructed a large family home: Spade House. He had two sons with Jane:(known as "Gip") in 1901 (d.1985) and Frank Richard in 1903. The marriage ...
Sarah Palin... episode of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart parodied former Alaska Governor's reality television series, Sarah Palin's Alaska, in the form of a trail ...
Cecil Taylor... iverse as Pat Metheny, John Zorn, Lee Konitz, David Sylvian, Cyro Baptista,, Keiji Haino, tap dancer Will Gaines, Drum 'n' Bass DJ Ninj, Susie Ibarra ...
KTXS-TV... KCEN-TV, KWTX-TV, and KAKW-DT from the Waco/Temple/Killeen DMA. As well as, KTAB-TV, and KRBC-TV from the Abilene/Sweetwater/Brownwood DMA. The Coma ...
Philip... Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia; Pope John Paul II; Prince Charles, and Prince
Pope John Paul II... said that his religion was the "most important thing" in his life. In 1998,made him a Knight of the Order of St. Gregory the Great (KSG), the highest ...
Winston Churchill... Roper and A. J. P. Taylor, he became a member of the editorial board of Sir's four volume A History of the English-Speaking Peoples
Milton FriedmanWhiledescribed The General Theory as "a great book", he argues that its implici ...
Elizabeth II... remain Commonwealth realms and share the same monarch. The present monarch,, succeeded her father, George VI, in 1952. Like her recent predecessors, ...
Hastings Rashdall... ce the Reformation it has been advocated by many theologians Immanuel Kant,and Paul Tillich. It remains the most popular view of atonement among libe ...
Daniel Dennett... include William James, Henri Poincaré, Arthur Compton, Henry Margenau, and
Joseph Locke... ed men were starting to make their marks, such as his son Robert, his pupiland finally Isambard Kingdom Brunel. His conservative views on the capabil ...
John Hollander... ersially nonsensical, and Chomsky's example remains by far the most famous.wrote a poem titled in his book, . It ends with Chomsky's sentence
Alex North... works, including pieces by composer György Ligeti rather than the score by, although Kubrick had also hired Frank Cordell to do a score. While North ...
Tim Berners-LeeThe Semantic Web as described byis one example of the many attempts over many decades to define standards ...
LagrangeThe theorem was proved byand generalized by Hans Heinrich Bürmann, both in the late 18th century. T ...
Lewis Carroll's... commonly. "Brunch" is an example of a portmanteau word (breakfast + lunch)."snark" (snake + shark) is also a portmanteau. Neologisms also can be crea ...
William Butler Yeats... along with President Clinton at the public memorial service. He paraphrasedby saying of his nephew: "We dared to think, in that other Irish phrase, t ...
KTAB-TV... KWTX-TV, and KAKW-DT from the Waco/Temple/Killeen DMA. As well as KTXS-TV,, and KRBC-TV from the Abilene/Sweetwater/Brownwood DMA. The Comanche Chie ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel... ); the great industrialist and architect of the nearby Atmospheric railway,; Prog-rock band Wishbone Ash, supermodel Lily Cole, comedian Jim Davidson ...
Mohamed Atta... rest of the muscle hijackers began to join them. Hazmi met frequently with, the ringleader of the attacks, during the summer of 2001
Archbishop of Canterbury... all number of barons to pay homage to Eustace as their future king; but the, Theobald of Bec, and the other bishops declined to perform the coronatio ...
Guglielmo MarconiRadio Central was one of the many original operating and touring sites of's radio shack, which now is displayed at Rocky Point's Frank J. Carasiti ...
Marx's... entialist Jean-Paul Sartre—this meant the recovery of the humanist roots ofthought, and the opening of a dialogue between Marxists and moderate socia ...
Jessica Simpson... Other Female Teen Pop stars such as Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera andthen also became very popular at the end of the decade. Hanson was initial ...
Hou Jing... n and Western Wei, Emperor Wu granted asylum to rebel Eastern Wei commander, sending him on Northern Expeditions against Eastern Wei. After some init ...
Joseph Locke... tar" driven by his brother Robert and "Rocket" driven by assistant engineer. The day was marred by the death of William Huskisson, the Member of Parl ...
Maureen McCormick... l Ann Martin (née Tyler) (Florence Henderson), whose daughters are Marcia (), Jan (Eve Plumb) and Cindy (Susan Olsen). The wife and daughters take th ...
Taylor Branch... s. Though Kennedy may have intended this to remain a more nominal position,in Pillar of Fire contends that Johnson served to push the Kennedy adminis ...
Paul McCartney... Shea," and featured many special guest appearances, including former Beatlewho closed the second show with an emotional rendition of The Beatles clas ...
Robert Whitman... da Childs, Steve Paxton and others collaborated with artists Robert Morris,, John Cage, Robert Rauschenberg, and engineers like Billy Klüver. These p ...
George Macartney#Lady Jane Stuart (c. 1748 – 28 February 1828), who married, later the 1st Earl Macartney, on 1 February 1768
Goethe... presentation. Art as mimesis has deep roots in the philosophy of Aristotle.defined art as an other resp. a second nature, according to his ideal of a ...
Louis XVIII... e island of Elba, and restored the French Bourbon monarchy in the person of. They signed the Treaty of Fontainebleau (11 April 1814) and initiated th ...
Antoine Lavoisier... lopment of modern chemistry. Chemistry as we know it today, was invented bywith his law of Conservation of mass in 1783. The discoveries of the chemi ...
Ashton KutcherThe 2005 film Guess Who starringand Bernie Mac is a loose remake styled as a comedy rather than a drama, w ...
John Cage... Paxton and others collaborated with artists Robert Morris, Robert Whitman,, Robert Rauschenberg, and engineers like Billy Klüver. These performances ...
Lord Warkworth#Lady Anne Stuart (born c. 1745), who married, later the 2nd Duke of Northumberland, on 2 July 1764
Neil MacGregor... it charges no admission fee. Since 2002 the director of the museum has been
Prince William, Duke of Cumberland... on is 156,898. Its county seat is Bridgeton. Cumberland County is named for
Joseph Whitworth... on of men to build on his work, such as Richard Roberts, Joseph Clement and
Sydney Brenner... n proteins in Belgium on 8 April 1953 went unreported by the British press., Jack Dunitz, Dorothy Hodgkin, Leslie Orgel, and Beryl M. Oughton, were s ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... into the castle without meeting resistance and looted the Jewel House. The, Simon Sudbury, took refuge in St John's Chapel, hoping the mob would res ...
Matthew Arnold... nnection of Georgian culture with that of Shahnama: Furthermore he remarks:used a famous episode from the epic as the basis of his poem Sohrab and Ru ...
Donald Trump... t season. In the final episode of the second season, he was matched against, with King being killed again, this time in the ring
Nikola Tesla... tor by Frank J. Sprague and accelerated after the AC motor was developed by(Westinghouse) and others. Electrification of factories was fastest betwee ...
Piero Sraffa... han any racism. Keynes had many Jewish friends, including Isaiah Berlin and. Keynes several times used his influence to help his Jewish friends, most ...
Yvonne Rainer... ed at the Judson Memorial Church, New York, and the Judson dancers, notably, Trisha Brown, Elaine Summers, Sally Gross, Simonne Forti, Deborah Hay, L ...
Ozzy Osbourne... has hosted nationally known entertainers such as Gwen Stefani, Rob Zombie,, Josh Groban, and Bob Dylan. The annual Apollo Night talent show draws ab ...
Winston Churchill... base rights in Bermuda from the United Kingdom, but British Prime Ministerwas initially unwilling to accede to the American request without getting ...
Margaret Thatcher... 1974–92, and served as the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the government offrom June 1983 to October 1989. He was made a life peer in 1992
Sir Rowland Hill... ho can be said to have changed the face of the postal service forever it is, with his reforms of the postal system based on the concept of penny post ...
Pope Paul VI... op Thuc had the power to ordain he did not have the authority to do so from, which is a requirement for licit episcopal holy orders in Roman Catholic ...
Trisha Brown... n Memorial Church, New York, and the Judson dancers, notably Yvonne Rainer,, Elaine Summers, Sally Gross, Simonne Forti, Deborah Hay, Lucinda Childs, ...
Ludwig WittgensteinThe philosopheris often interpreted as arguing that language is not up to the task of des ...
Samuel Pepys... the cult of the Martyr King; however, no other eyewitness source, including, records this. Henry's account was written during the Restoration, some 1 ...
William Schuman... ri Nicolau, Krzysztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham, Earl Robinson, Ned Rorem,, Roger Sessions, Siegfried Strohbach, Michael Tippett, and Kurt Weill
Tony Accardo... ous Italian organized crime families since the early-20th century including(boss from about 1945 to 1992) and Joseph Andriacchi. Although not as many ...
Norbert Wiener... still be regarded as rather crude and hazardous in many respects." In 1948, the author of Cybernetics: Or the Control and Communication in the Anima ...
Emperor Wen of Sui... -lived, as the Northern Zhou was overthrown in 581 by Yang Jian, who became. With greater military power and morale, along with convincing propaganda ...
Karl Marx... c sociology, political sociology, and the sociology of religion. Along withand Émile Durkheim, he is commonly regarded as one of the founders of mode ...
David Starkey... been carried out by other parties. Many modern historians though, including, and Michael Hicks, or writers such as Alison Weir, do regard Richard him ...
Earl Mountbatten of Burma... le all over the country. On 27 August 1979 the Provisional IRA assassinatedin County Sligo. On the same day the IRA killed 18 British soldiers at War ...
John Lindley... each of its four gardens. The library is based upon the book collection of
Edmundo O'Gorman... exico. Other Mexicans of Irish descent are: Romulo O'Farril, Juan O'Gorman,, Anthony Quinn, Alejo Bay (Governor of the state of Sonora), Famed Conduc ...
John Burnside... literature, the critically acclaimed author, Iain Banks; poet and novelist,; Robert Gilfillan and Robert Henryson who wrote about life in the royal b ...
King George V... of the modern shopping area, built in 1912, commemorates the coronation of. In the late 1970s the London Borough of Bexley built its headquarters, t ...
David Stannard... es and European colonizers came into widespread conflict, resulting in whathas called a genocide of the indigenous populations. Early European immigr ...
Sidgwick... ntral error of certain moral theories, such as those propounded by Mill and. Since then, the term has become common in English-language ethical theor ...
Milton FriedmanIn 1947, Popper founded with Friedrich Hayek,, Ludwig von Mises and others the Mont Pelerin Society to defend classical ...
Marcus George SingerWalter Terence Stace, in The Concept of Morals (1937), wrote:observed that there are two importantly different ways of looking at the g ...
J. L. MackieIn a 1955 article published in the philosophy journal Mind,attempted to resolve the paradox by distinguishing between first-order omn ...
Leslie OrgelSydney Brenner, Jack Dunitz, Dorothy Hodgkin,, and Beryl M. Oughton, were some of the first people in April 1953 to see ...
Robert Whitman... ys, Nam June Paik, Wolf Vostell, Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, Red Grooms, andamong others were notable creators of Happenings
Nikola Tesla... h neighboring village Shoreham, was also the home to inventor and scientist's early research facilities
Carmen Rasmusen... In the music industry BYU is represented by former American Idol contestantand Mormon Tabernacle Choir director Mack Wilberg
Theresa Kunegunda Sobieska... rn in Brussels as the son of Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria, and, and the grandson of Polish King John III Sobieski
V.H. Galbraith... ut a forgery. A prominent claim was made in 1964 by the respected historianin his essay "Who Wrote Asser's Life of Alfred?" Galbraith argued that the ...
Leo Steinberg... sical objects, including stuffed animals, birds and commercial photography.uses the term postmodernism in 1969 to describe Rauschenberg's "flatbed" p ...
Winston ChurchillHardy holds the distinction of playing bothand Franklin D. Roosevelt, and having played both roles on more than one o ...
Isaiah Berlin... itically, rather than any racism. Keynes had many Jewish friends, includingand Piero Sraffa. Keynes several times used his influence to help his Jewi ...
Michael Almereyda... referred to as Hamlet 2000) is a 2000 American film written and directed by, set in contemporary New York City, and based on the Shakespeare play of ...
Daniel Dennett... been developed into numerous versions by thinkers as diverse as David Marr,, Jerry Fodor, and David Lewis. Functionalism helped lay the foundations f ...
see of Canterbury... is mother, Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, that Walter should be chosen for the, as well as to the monks of the cathedral chapter, and soon after Walter' ...
Ernest RutherfordIn 1911,gave a model of the atom in which a central core held most of the atom's m ...
Michael FaradayIn 1820, the British scientistliquefied ammonia and other gases by using high pressures and low temperat ...
Álvaro del PortilloIn 1975, Escriva died and was succeeded by. In 1982, Opus Dei was made into a personal prelature. This means that Op ...
Aaron Carter... om the 1990s are Brothers Nick Carter from The Backstreet Boys and pop starwere both teen idols in their heyday, as was Ricky Martin during the Latin ...
Pope Paul VI... m His sub-Vicar, with the automatic right of succession to the papacy after. On August 6, 1978, Pope Paul died and Domínguez claimed the papacy, proc ...
Hani Hanjour... nia for Yemen in June 2000. Hazmi stayed in California until he met up within December 2000 and they both traveled to Phoenix, Arizona. They later mo ...
Pope Benedict XVI... reign affairs. Bertone and Mamberti were named in their respective roles byin September 2006
Dorothy HodgkinSydney Brenner, Jack Dunitz,, Leslie Orgel, and Beryl M. Oughton, were some of the first people in Apr ...
James Clerk Maxwell... ry 1857 – 1 January 1894) was a German physicist who clarified and expanded's electromagnetic theory of light, which was first demonstrated by David ...
WMOR-TV... from Orlando. Most major stations from Orlando are available over the air., an independent television station, is licensed to Lakeland, with its stu ...
Lord Young of Dartington... rs, Mike Skinner, Alison Steadman, Imre Varadi, Rod Stewart, Victoria Wood,, Toby Young, and Alex Zane
François Quesnay... communalism and egalitarianism. This influenced European intellectuals like, an avid Confucianist and advocate of China's agrarian policies, forming ...
Dave HickeyThomas McEvilly, agreeing with, says that U.S postmodernism in the visual arts began with the first exhi ...
Wilhelm Ostwald... ction of nitric acid is via the Ostwald process, named after German chemist. In this process, anhydrous ammonia is oxidized to nitric oxide, in the p ...
Sir Hermann Bondi... Charlton area of Charlton in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. The report ofinto the North Sea flood of 1953 affecting parts of the Thames Estuary and ...
Richard Anthony Salisbury... Kensington Palace), Charles Francis Greville (a Lord of the Admiralty) and, who was to become the Secretary of the new society
Steven Chu... transition. In 1985, laser cooling was used to slow and manipulate atoms byand team. In 1985, the AMPL modeling language was developed by Robert Four ...
Hogarth... current arts and letters. His Tragedy of Tragedies of Tom Thumb (for whichdesigned the frontispiece) was, for example, quite successful as a printed ...
Richard Owen... forms diverged from this shared unity in a branching pattern. The anatomistused this to support his idealist concept of species as showing the unroll ...
Samuel Noah Kramer... g the annual Akitu (New Year) ceremony, at the spring Equinox. According toin The Sacred Marriage Rite, in late Sumerian history (end of the third mi ...
WFTV... which offers most television stations from the Tampa Bay market, as well as, the ABC affiliate from Orlando. Most major stations from Orlando are ava ...
4th Earl of Cork... quired by the Cavendish family in 1753 when the daughter and heiress of the, Lady Charlotte Boyle (1731-1754) married William Cavendish, 4th Duke of ...
Bill Clinton... tone of the Clinton campaign and what he saw as racially tinged remarks by. Kennedy gave an endorsement to Obama on January 28, 2008, despite appeal ...
C. S. LewisFantasy fiction is particularly rich in references to flat worlds. In' The Voyage of the Dawn Treader the fictional world of Narnia is "round l ...
Pope John Paul II... protected by a bubble of clear bulletproof glass, such as the Popemobile of– built following an attempt at his life. Politicians often resent this ne ...
Charles Francis Greville... Superintendent of the gardens of St. James's Palace and Kensington Palace),(a Lord of the Admiralty) and Richard Anthony Salisbury, who was to become ...
Elizabeth IIQueenapproved in Regina, Saskatchewan on July 4, 1973 a new badge for the RCMP, ...
WRAL-TV... e board, and assistant chief executive officer. His daily CBC editorials on, given at the end of each night's local news broadcast in Raleigh, made H ...
Walter Pater... oets, a group whose writings derived, in many ways, from the prose works of, Hopkins's academic coach for his Greats exams, and later his lifelong fr ...
Dave Hodgson... by Frank Branston, until his death in 2009. The current Mayor of Bedford isfrom the Liberal Democrat Party
Benjamin FranklinIn 1758,and John Hadley, professor of chemistry at Cambridge University, conducted ...
George AnsonAdmirals. and Admiral Jonathon Band, current First Sea Lord are both notable in Po ...
Earl Robinson... arsen, Peter Mennin, Dimitri Nicolau, Krzysztof Penderecki, Daniel Pinkham,, Ned Rorem, William Schuman, Roger Sessions, Siegfried Strohbach, Michael ...
Albert Einstein... nics. He strongly disagreed with Niels Bohr's instrumentalism and supported's realist approach to scientific theories about the universe. Popper's fa ...
Charles Dickensmakes frequent use of the riverside and docklands in novels such as Our Mu ...
John D. Rockefeller... tered the oil business by starting a refinery. In 1867, his older brother ()'s partnership of Rockefeller & Andrews absorbed this refinery. In 1870, ...
Yoichiro Nambu... omposed of three up quarks with parallel spins. In 1965, Moo-Young Han withand Oscar W. Greenberg independently resolved the problem by proposing tha ...
George Grant Elmslie... Harold C. Bradley House, designed collaboratively by Louis H. Sullivan andin 1908–1910 now serves as the Sigma Phi Fraternity in the University Heig ...
Karl Marx's... rk of Althusser and his students in an intensive philosophical rereading ofCapital. The book reflects on the philosophical status of Marxist theory a ...
C. S. LewisAt least one line in thebook The Last Battle implies that Lewis learned of Narnia's events - and t ...
Niels Bohr... Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics. He strongly disagreed with's instrumentalism and supported Albert Einstein's realist approach to sci ...
Khalid al-Mihdhar... ived in the United States from Bangkok, Thailand, on January 15, 2000, within Los Angeles. The two stayed at Parkwood Apartments in San Diego until M ...
Robert Goulet... reen Actors Guild (SAG); Valerie Harper, Loni Anderson, Hector Elizondo and
Neil Gaiman... el written in collaboration between the English authors Terry Pratchett and
Edward, the Prince of Wales... ceremony of the Hall was on 29 March 1871. A welcoming speech was given by; Queen Victoria was too overcome to speak although she did comment that i ...
Paul Krugman... been even more divisive. Although many economists, such as George Akerlof,, Robert Shiller, and Joseph Stiglitz, support Keynesian stimulus, over 30 ...
Michael Hicks... other parties. Many modern historians though, including David Starkey, and, or writers such as Alison Weir, do regard Richard himself as the most li ...
Noam Chomsky... tts Institute of Technology linguistics professor and political commentatorpraised the film because of the way people were portrayed doing the real w ...
John Whitgift... 9 November 1586 he was detained by the gaoler and brought before Archbishop. He insisted on the illegality of this arrest, refused either to take the ...
Raymond Gosling... f DNA X-ray diffraction data collected by Rosalind Franklin and her student. The controversy arose from the fact that some of these data were shown t ...
Noam Chomsky"Colourless green ideas sleep furiously" is a sentence composed byin his 1957 Syntactic Structures as an example of a sentence that is gramm ...
Ralph ErskineNotable Newcastle housing developments include's the Byker Wall designed in the 1960s and now Grade II* listed. It is on ...
William FarishFirst formalized by Professor(1759–1837), the concept of an isometric had existed in a rough empirical ...
Alfred Tarski... pondence. Then came the semantic theory of truth formulated by the logicianand published in 1933. Popper writes of learning in 1935 of the consequenc ...
Roddy DoyleIrish writerwrote a short story by the same title about an Irish girl who brings home ...
A. J. RowledgeUnder, the design of the newly-renamed Lion was completed in 1917, and the firs ...
Max V. Mathews... Appleton also was influenced by the work of the "father" of computer music,and by French composers Francois Bayle, Beatriz Ferreyra and Michel Redolf ...
Whitney Houston... p star Michael Jackson, and a wave of female vocalists like Tina Turner and. Michael Jackson and Prince has been described as the most influential fi ...
JK GalbraithPower may be held throughsummarises the types of power as being "Condign" (based on force), "Compen ...
Frank Knight... s and social philosophers, Weber's work did have a significant influence on, one of the founders of the neoclassical Chicago school of economics, who ...
Charles DarwinIn On the Origin of Species (1859),proposed evolution through natural selection, a theory central to modern b ...
John Locke... grarian philosophy of Physiocracy. The Physiocrats, along with the ideas ofand the Romantic Era, formed the basis of modern European and American agr ...
George Bernard Shaw... influences were William Shakespeare, Adam Oehlenschläger, Henrik Ibsen, and. In his dramas Munk often displays a fascination for "strong characters" ...
J. R. R. TolkienIn's work The Lord of the Rings, will o' the wisps are present in the Dead M ...
Winston Churchill's... rt television miniseries Frankenstein: The True Story. She also appeared aslover Pamela Plowden in Young Winston, produced by her father-in-law Richa ...
Anthony BluntThe most famous 20th-century scholar of Poussin was the Englishman, Keeper of the Queen's Pictures, who in 1979 was disgraced by revelations ...
Thomas Andrew KnightBanks proposed his close friendfor membership. The proposal was accepted, despite Knight's ongoing feud w ...
Wang Sengbian... eir efforts to defeat Hou. In the end, Xiao Yi with the aid of his generalsand Chen Baxian defeated Hou, crowning himself Emperor Yuan of Liang. His ...
Ted Kennedy... ot to do so would amount to a tax increase. Working with Democratic Senator, McCain was a strong proponent of comprehensive immigration reform, which ...
Marx'sAlthusser's contention is thatthought has been fundamentally misunderstood and underestimated. He fierce ...
Clement Attlee... current stones were dedicated in September 1946 by the then Prime Minister, replacing those destroyed during WW2 as an anti-invasion measure. The lo ...
Alan MulallyBut, Ford's new CEO named in late 2006, wanted to revive the Taurus, saying i ...
Oliver Heaviside... tric axis. Coaxial cable was invented by English engineer and mathematician, who patented the design in 1880
George Bernard Shaw... eciated at the time. Along with those of other writers of the time, such as, his plays addressed the class system and social issues, two of the best ...
E. W. BullingerKnowledge of the Babylonian zodiac is also reflected in the Hebrew Bible.interpreted the creatures appearing in the books of Ezekiel and Revelation ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... Canterbury, and as Saint Edmund of Abingdon) (1175–1240) was a 13th centuryin England. Today he is primarily remembered for his connection to St Edmu ...
Adam Smith... eaning of such terms. There is a linguistic division of labor, analogous to's economic division of labor, according to which such terms have their re ...
Sherry Turkle... ts and sociologists are able to use MMORPGs as tools for academic research., a clinical psychologist, has conducted interviews with computer users in ...
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Bill Clinton... e White House since a 1996 meeting between Premier David Saul and President
Milton Friedman... sm articulated by economists working in the Neoclassical tradition, such as. Neoliberalism emphasizes the Ricardian concept of comparative advantage ...
Margaret ThatcherFinchley was from 1959 to 1992 the Parliamentary constituency of, British Prime Minister from 1979 to 1990. Finchley is now covered by the ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... e new government was supported by the Queen Mother, Eadgifu of Kent, by the, Oda, and by the East Anglian nobles, at whose head was the powerful eald ...
Ian GrahamFrom 1970 onwards,made numerous visits to Yaxchilan and recorded the inscriptions there. The ...
William Tite... ver the Thames) when its main line was extended from Nine Elms. Designed by, it was raised above marshy ground on a series of arches. The unfulfilled ...
Fulton J. Sheen... Martin, who gave him his first big break, and the televangelist archbishop,. In a 2003 Inside the Actors Studio interview, Sheen explained, "Whenever ...
John Wilkes... n lived in Chalfont St Giles and his cottage can still be visited there andwas MP for Aylesbury. Later authors include Jerome K. Jerome who lived at ...
Thomas PynchonThe Crying of Lot 49 byhas several characters seeing a play called 'The Courier's Tragedy' by the ...
Latimer... before Mary's death in 1558 after hearing the words of Cranmer, Ridley, and, three Protestant martyrs burned at the stake in Oxford
Henry Cowell... ed with classical composer Rubin Goldmark and avant-garde composer-theorist
Peter Medawar... tually influential friendships with art historian Ernst Gombrich, biologist, and neuro-scientist John Carew Eccles
Ken WallisWing Commanderhas held most of the autogyro world records during his autogyro flying car ...
Neil GaimanDestruction is one of the Endless, fictional characters from's comic book series The Sandman
Paul Dirac... charge, opposite to the +1 electric charge of the proton, was predicted byin his 1933 Nobel Prize lecture. Dirac received the Nobel Prize for his pr ...
Sir Arthur Wellesley... sence the French situation in Spain deteriorated, and then became dire whenarrived to take charge of British-Portuguese forces
J. R. R. TolkienIn the fictional world of's Middle-earth, Dorthonion ("Land of Pines"), later Taur-nu-Fuin, was a h ...
Bertrand Russell... time, homosexual relations among the members were for a time common", wrote. One of Keynes's greatest loves was the artist Duncan Grant, whom he met ...
Barry Williams... mer hiatus from the show, headlining as The Kids from the Brady Bunch. Onlyand Maureen McCormick stayed in the music business as adults. Christopher ...
Nelson Goodman... is true if it would be accepted by anyone under ideal epistemic conditions.had formulated a similar notion in Fact, Fiction and Forecast in 1956. In ...
Maximilian I of Bavaria... came a member of the Confederation of the Rhine in 1806. Consequently, Kingintroduced far reaching economic, religious and administrative reforms. Wh ...
Rudyard Kipling... hinly disguised version of the borough), Charles Kingsley, Edmund Gosse and. Peter Cook, comic, (half of a famous comedy team with Dudley Moore); the ...
Gabrielle Carterisleft the show following the fifth season
John Lydon... s picked up on by NME who championed the band, although one guest reviewer,of Public Image Limited condemned the band as "trendy hippies.
John Major... ct and misleading information given at the time Railtrack was created, whenwas Conservative . An increased offer of up to 262p per share was enough t ...
Whitney Houston... re films, including Honey (recast to Jessica Alba). Some Kind of Blue and a-produced remake of the 1976 film Sparkle were canceled due to Aaliyah's d ...
Catherine Parr... , Edward VI, and was made king's chaplain and almoner to the queen dowager,. In 1551, he became Bishop of Exeter, but was deposed in 1553 after the s ...
Peter TaitAfter Hamilton's death, his studentcontinued promoting quaternions. At this time, quaternions were a mandator ...
Ernst Gombrich... opper also had long and mutually influential friendships with art historian, biologist Peter Medawar, and neuro-scientist John Carew Eccles
Winston ChurchillOn the orders of allied leaders Franklin D. Roosevelt,and Dwight D. Eisenhower, records were destroyed and the whole affair was ...
Mary Jane West-Eberhard... logical and other phenotypic novelties. The case for this was argued for byin her 2003 book Developmental plasticity and evolution
John Zorn... collaborators from highly varied fields: players as diverse as Pat Metheny,, Lee Konitz, David Sylvian, Cyro Baptista, Cecil Taylor, Keiji Haino, tap ...
Neil Gaiman... was their own idea, not that of their publisher, to collaborate on a novel.has said
Paul McCartney... e Abbey Road album, the cover of which features the band crossing the road.has owned a property in the area since the 1960s along with many other fam ...
Robert Lowell... rton, actors Montgomery Clift and Michael Douglas, actress Jane Wyatt, poet, cinematographer Floyd Crosby, his son David Crosby, author Wolcott Gibbs ...
George Bernard ShawMany people have criticized the golden rule;once said that "the golden rule is that there are no golden rules". Shaw ...
Walter Scott... ques-François Ancelot and Joseph Xavier Saintine, which is in turn based on's novel Old Mortality. It was first produced at the Théâtre-Italien in Pa ...
Steve Reich... y wide range of dynamics. In some respects, this is similar to the music of, Philip Glass, and Brian Eno, pioneers of minimalism. Typically, post-roc ...
Stanisław August Poniatowski... d on liaisons with Sergei Saltykov, Grigory Grigoryevich Orlov (1734–1783),, Alexander Vasilchikov, and others. She became friends with Princess Ekat ...
Geneva... land to resemble more closely the Protestant churches of Europe, especially. The Puritans objected to ornaments and ritual in the churches as idolatr ...
Charles Parsons... Armstrong's artillery, Be-Ro flour, Joseph Swan's electric light bulbs, and' invention of the steam turbine, which led to the revolution of marine pr ...
Kim Zolciak... ain and Usher live in the Roswell area and are frequently seen around town., on The Real Housewives of Atlant
Ringo Starr... mers at a single concert, including Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Neil Diamond,, Muddy Waters, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Paul Butterfield, Ronnie Wood an ...
Robert Boyle... , tapestry hangings, embroidered silks and velvet. It was here in 1627 thatThe Father of Modern Chemistry, the fourteenth of the Earl's fifteen child ...
Charles Thomas Bolton... trong candidate for a black hole, Cygnus X-1, was discovered in this way by, Louise Webster and Paul Murdin in 1972. Some doubt, however, remained du ...
Robert W. Taylor... ACM. In 2004, he won the Charles Stark Draper Prize along with Alan C. Kay,, and Charles P. Thacker for their work on Alto. In 2006 he was inducted a ...
Stephen Leacock... London School of Economics. His tutors at the LSE included Hugh Dalton and. Horne was dissatisfied there, and through the generosity of an uncle, Au ...
Ozzy... he was "...thoroughly thrilled with Chris... it reminds me a lot like whenfound Randy Rhoads"
Bill Clinton... y Show with Jon Stewart. Dole was, for a short time, a commentator oppositeon CBS's 60 Minutes. Dole guest-starred as himself on NBC's Brooke Shields ...
Thomas Lockey... s Bodley's Librarian; their levels of diligence have varied over the years.(1660–1665) was regarded as not fit for the post, John Hudson (1701–1719) ...
Lennox LewisIn May 2005, King was sued by, who wanted $385 million from the promoter, claiming King used threats to ...
Karl Popper... o you. Their tastes may not be the same" (Maxims for Revolutionists; 1903).wrote: "The golden rule is a good standard which is further improved by do ...
Tim Berners-LeeIn 1980, physicist, who was a contractor at CERN, proposed and prototyped ENQUIRE, a system ...
Bill Clinton... mbitions left, Kennedy formed a good relationship with Democratic Presidentupon the latter taking office in 1993, despite his having initially backed ...
Ian McEwanExamples of de Clerambault's syndrome (erotomania) in fiction include's novel Enduring Love, which was later turned into a film also called End ...
Kenneth G. Wilson... fined states of a gauge theory. It was introduced by the Nobel prize winnerand is treated in a separate article
Henry Salt... large sculptures to be acquired by the Museum. Thereafter, the UK appointedas consul in Egypt who amassed a huge collection of antiquities. Most of t ...
Zachary Macaulay... ed around the Common. They included William Wilberforce, Henry Thornton and, father of the historian Thomas Macaulay, as well as William Smith, M.P., ...
Pope John Paul II... e sanctifying value of work, and its fidelity to Catholic beliefs. In 2002,canonized Escrivá, and called him "the saint of ordinary life.
Joseph Fontenrose... t Oenopion taught the Chians how to make wine before anybody else knew how.wrote Orion : the Myth of the Hunter and the Huntress (1981) to show Orion ...
Anna Nicole Smith... ies, odd Texas-related news items and personalities from the previous year.(prior to her death) was a perennial "winner". Other Bum Steer "Hall of Fa ...
Josiah Wedgwood... n of Staffordshire to the Trent and to the Mersey. The first sod was cut byin 1766 and Brindley carried it away in a barrow. From Runcorn, the canal ...
Ehud Barak... nments of 1992–1996 (led by Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres) and 1999–2001 (), however, he looked favourably on the Netanyahu government of 1996–1999 ...
Ivan Sutherland... eering, earning a Master's degree and a Ph.D. degree. There, he worked with, who had done pioneering graphics programs including Sketchpad. This grea ...
Daniel Burnham... Chicago Park District, is the only lakefront structure to be built based on's 1909 Plan of Chicago. The island was to be populated by trees and grass ...
Jean-Pierre Changeux... s) depended on specific genetic mutations. In 1961, however, Jacques Monod,and François Jacob discovered within the bacterium Escherichia coli a gene ...
Marie de' Medici... leau, Louis XIII was the oldest child of Henry IV of France (1553–1610) and(1575–1642). As son of the King, he was a Fils de France, and as the eldes ...
Hatshepsut... . However, some time not long after the death of her husband (Thutmose II),assumed the royal regalia and the title of pharaoh, reigning for 21 years. ...
Pope Benedict====2008====In April, during a visit to the United States,admitted that he was "deeply ashamed" of the clergy sex abuse scandal that ...
King George VTolworth has a King George's Field in memorial to, where Corinthian-Casuals F.C. (two semi-pro football teams that have sin ...
Lukas Foss... an, Carlos Chávez, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio,, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevsky, Libby La ...
Thomas Wolfe... econd half of the 15th century to the present (the last author discussed is)
David Wheeler... his Turing Award Lecture in 1993, Lampson himself attributes this saying to
Dimitri Nanopoulos... anolis Andronikos, Michael Dertouzos, John Argyris, Panagiotis Kondylis and
Winston Churchill... cratic dynasties. Among the more famous descendants of the Marlboroughs areand Diana, Princess of Wales
Paul Tsongas... 93, despite his having initially backed former fellow Massachusetts Senatorin the 1992 Democratic presidential primaries. Kennedy floor managed succe ...
Gilbert RyleFor(1949), a category (in particular a "category mistake") is an important se ...
Benjamin Franklin... ritish colonies in North America in 1765, where it was first grown for hay.wrote a letter in 1770 mentioning sending soybeans home from England. Soyb ...
Tori Spelling... in the 2008 spin-off series, 90210 along with former costars Jennie Garth,, Ann Gillespie, and Joe E. Tata
Tom Clarke... er to talk Connolly out of any such rash action, the IRB leaders, includingand Patrick Pearse, met with Connolly to see if an agreement could be reac ...
John Harbison... ade of the 21st century, new concerti include Kalevi Aho's Concerto (2005),'s Concerto for Bass Viol (2006), and André Previn's Double Concerto for v ...
Harold Wilson... Conservative. This included the governments of Harold Wilson, Edward Heath,'s second term and James Callaghan. The project was finally revealed by Ma ...
Bill Clinton... exports in at the same low tariffs as goods from most other countries. Bothand George W. Bush asserted that free trade would gradually open China to ...
Edward Hall Alderson... entary scrutiny of the original bill, especially under cross-examination by. The Bill was rejected. A revised bill with a new alignment was submitted ...
Robert Lowell... 1996. Heaney's personal papers are held by the National Library of Ireland.called him "the most important Irish poet since Yeats" and many others, in ...
Pope John Paul II... a became the first saint from a Central European country to be canonized bybefore the "Velvet Revolution" later that year. After the dissolution of C ...
Hilda Ellis Davidson, writing on Snorri's unique description of Hel in his Prose Edda, states ...
Emperor Xuan of Chen... e country through his short reign, eventually deposed him and took power as. At that time, the Northern Wei intended to conquer Northern Qi and thus ...
Bertrand Russell... given time, just because it is not in motion in any instant of that time."offered what is known as the "at-at theory of motion". It agrees that ther ...
Thomas Telford... ty of some turnpike trust. New engineered roads were built by John Metcalf,and John Macadam. The major turnpikes radiated from London and were the me ...
Roland Beamont... ore, and the exhaust plume was visible from a long distance. Wing Commanderhad the 20 mm cannon on his Tempest adjusted to converge at ahead. This wa ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... 's role in the Church of England is titular; the most senior clergyman, the, is the spiritual leader of the Church and of the worldwide Anglican Comm ...
Ludwig Wittgenstein... a direct realist view of this relation. For a time, under the influence of, he adopted a pluralist view of philosophy itself and came to view most p ...
Noam Chomsky... list theories of language acquisition dovetail with linguistic work done byand others. These have led to a wider variety of teaching methods ranging ...
Tom Cole... l level, Lawton lies in Oklahoma 4th Congressional district, represented by. In the State Senate, the county is represented by District 31 (Don Barri ...
Samuel Atkins Eliot... a change in his family's economic circumstances—the failure of his father,, in the Panic of 1857. Eliot had to face in the fact that "he had nothing ...
Paris Hilton... y may through sheer exposure become involved in causes or controversies (asdid in the US presidential election, 2008) it's clearly not correct to lab ...
John WilkinsIn 1648cites Busbecq, the Austrian ambassador to Constantinople 1554-1562, as rec ...
Joseph Bell... in, and his anonymous narrator, and basing his character Sherlock Holmes on, who in his use of "" prefigured Poirot's reliance on his "little grey ce ...
Edward James ReedThe naval architectwrote: "the turret-ship 'Wivern', belonging to the Royal Navy, has a low f ...
David Lodge... ting a precedent for later generations of writers such as Malcolm Bradbury,, Tom Sharpe and Howard Jacobson. As a poet, Amis was associated with The ...
Walter Darby Bannard... , Jannis Kounellis, Brice Marden, Bruce Nauman, Richard Tuttle, Alan Saret,, Lynda Benglis, Dan Christensen, Larry Zox, Ronnie Landfield, Eva Hesse, ...
Alfred Tarski... ave learnt more from you than from any other living thinker, except perhaps." Popper dedicated his Conjectures and Refutations to Hayek. For his part ...
Richard PowersUniversity of Illinois English Professor and National Book Award winnerset his novel Galatea 2.2 at the multidisciplinary Beckman Institute for A ...
Britney Spears... sman for such products as Viagra, Visa, Dunkin' Donuts and Pepsi-Cola (with), and as an occasional political commentator on the popular American inte ...
MaxwellThe most dramatic prediction of's theory of electromagnetism, published in 1865, was the existence of ele ...
Sydney Kentridge... igh Court of Justice found the Privy Council's decision to be unlawful. Sir, QC described the treatment of the Chagossians as "outrageous, unlawful a ...
John Argyris... Negroponte, Constantin Carathéodory, Manolis Andronikos, Michael Dertouzos,, Panagiotis Kondylis and Dimitri Nanopoulos
Norman Dello Joio... lburger, Erik Bergman, Carlos Chávez, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies,, Lukas Foss, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhaness, Dmitry Kabalevs ...
Margaret Thatcher... lson's second term and James Callaghan. The project was finally revealed by's then defence minister Francis Pym. The reasons for revelation were both ...
Seymour PapertIn 1968, he metand learned of the Logo programming language, a dialect of Lisp optimized ...
James Bryce... n T. Wegner, Hedvig Büll, Henry Morgenthau, Franz Werfel, Johannes Lepsius,, Anatole France, Giacomo Gorrini, Benedict XV, Fritjof Nansen, Fayez el H ...
Patricia Churchland... of MR have been proposed by Jaegwon Kim, David Lewis, Robert Richardson and
Ozzy Osbourne... or the revitalized Quart Festival 2009 includes world-famous stars, such as, Fergie, The Black Eyed Peas, Marilyn Manson and Placebo
Dennis Gabor... thought, starting with Haar's work in the early 20th century. Later work byyielded Gabor atoms (1946), which are constructed similarly to wavelets, a ...
John Julius Norwich... ad a daughter, Allegra Huston, as the result of an extramarital affair with; Huston treated the girl as one of his own children following Soma's deat ...
Adam SmithIn 1776,published the paper An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of ...
Samuel Pepys... e and gracious houses and villas around Clapham Common and in the Old Town.spent the last two years of his life in Clapham, living with his friend, p ...
John Lennon... ay around as was often believed. The riff was provided to "Fame" co-writersand Bowie by guitarist Carlos Alomar, who had briefly been a member of Bro ...
Maureen McCormick... show, headlining as The Kids from the Brady Bunch. Only Barry Williams andstayed in the music business as adults. Christopher Knight readily admits ...
Vladimir Nabokov... "cyberspace", from Neuromancer by William Gibson; "nymphet" from Lolita by
Ken Wallis... 8M was designed to use surplus McCulloch engines used on flying unmanned s.developed a miniature autogyro craft, the Wallis autogyro, in England in t ...
Larry Zox... d Tuttle, Alan Saret, Walter Darby Bannard, Lynda Benglis, Dan Christensen,, Ronnie Landfield, Eva Hesse, Keith Sonnier, Richard Serra, Sam Gilliam, ...
Gian Carlo Menotti... n Françaix's Concerto (1975), Einojuhani Rautavaara's Angel Of Dusk (1980),'s Concerto (1983), Christopher Rouse's Concerto (1985), and Henry Brant's ...
Stella Gibbons... urzon, Ray Davies, Noel Fielding, Roger Fry, Kate Garraway, Stephen Gately,, Terry Gilliam, Jeremy Hardy, Freddie Highmore, Bob Hoskins, Terry Jones, ...
John Scott Haldane... ilar ideas, as well as the physicists Walter M. Elsasser and Eugene Wigner.adopted an anti-mechanist approach to biology and an idealist philosophy e ...
Maurice Wilkins... of King's College London, given to them by Gosling and Franklin's colleague), Watson and Crick together developed a model for a helical structure of ...
Carlos Chávez... 995 Revelation. Cantatas were also composed by Mark Alburger, Erik Bergman,, Osvald Chlubna, Peter Maxwell Davies, Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss, Roy ...
Adam SmithIn the 18th century,declared that China had been one of the most prosperous nations in the wor ...
John LennonJames is mentioned in The Beatles' song "For You Blue": whileplays the slide guitar (James' trademark), George Harrison says, "Elmore J ...
James Cook... by execution dock was run by Samuel Batts. His daughter, Elizabeth, marriedin 1762 at Barking, after the Royal Navy captain had stayed at the Inn. Th ...
Leonard Kleinrock... sed in modern packet switching networks was performed in the early 1960s by
Archbishop of CanterburyThe Church of England's three senior bishops—the, the Archbishop of York and the Bishop of London are made Privy Counsello ...
Henry Glassie... er version of the tale, "Willy the Whisp", is related in Irish Folktales by. The first modern novel in the Irish language, Séadna by Peadar Ua Laogha ...
GenevaAfter returning toearly in July, Dunant decided to write a book about his experiences, which ...
WCYB-TV... essee Television Designated Market Area (DMA). The broadcasting antenna for, Channel 5, Bristol, Virginia is on Rye Patch Knob, with the top of the a ...
James Brydges, 1st Duke of Chandos... ars he worked alongside Handel - in 1717/18 both men were employed there by. (For more see Baker and Baker, ref. below
Peter Dickinson... r consideration. The first author to be awarded a second Carnegie Medal wasin 1981
Adam Smith... survive outside of the system containing all of the specialized components.described economic specialization in his classic work, The Wealth of Natio ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... he first land grant including Yeading was made by Offa in 790 to Æthelhard,: "in the place called on linga Haese [Hayes] and Geddinges [Yeading] arou ...
Philip Pullman... nning book of all time. The poll was launched on 20 April, and the winner -'s Northern Lights - was announced on 21 June at the British Library
George Harrison... For You Blue": while John Lennon plays the slide guitar (James' trademark),says, "Elmore James got nothin' on this, baby." Other artists influenced b ...
Eric Bentley... el is about life and death." Another view was advanced by critic and writer, who disliked the ending, stating, "the last scene of Carousel is an impe ...
Milton Friedman... along with other three left-wing intellectuals, in with the known economist, who was in Iceland to give a lecture on the "tyranny of the status quo" ...
John Scott HaldaneBy the 1930s vitalism had fallen out of favour by most biologists. In 1931stated
Douglas Bader... was born into a wealthy family in the area. The British World War II flierwas born in St. John's Wood
Tori Spelling... ut the producers felt that she would be better for the part of Andrea. Whenauditioned for the show, she used the name Tori Mitchell and auditioned fo ...
Duke of Wellington... e Nations at Leipzig in 1813 and at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 with the
Raymond Gosling... y of Cambridge, England. Using "Photo 51" (the X-ray diffraction results ofand Rosalind Franklin of King's College London, given to them by Gosling a ...
Albert Einstein... the individual's capacity to judge his or her fatherland's foreign policy.stated that "Nationalism is an infantile disease... It is the measles of m ...
Marie de' Medici... age of eight-and-a-half, upon the assassination of his father. His mother,, acted as Regent until Louis XIII came of age at thirteen. Marie maintain ...
Antoine LavoisierAround 1770,, the "Father of Nutrition and Chemistry" discovered the details of metabo ...
Neil Gaiman... s story. During this run on the title, Grant Morrison (issues #25 & 26) and(issue #27) both filled in during a three-month break, Grant Morrison's st ...
Jerome Bruner... ized for educational use. This led him to learn of the work of Jean Piaget,, Lev Vygotsky, and of Constructionist learning. These further influenced ...
Morris Kline... ber in space, music number in time, and astronomy number in space and time.classifies the four elements of the quadrivium as pure (arithmetic), stati ...
Henry CowellBy the middle decades of the 20th century, however, composers like, Morton Feldman, Karlheinz Stockhausen and George Crumb, re-introduced im ...
Jan Smuts... interpretation alone. Another scientist who held a similar view to this waswho took a holistic approach to science and offered a compromise between m ...
Tom Sizemore... some of his other films. It stars Nicolas Cage, Ving Rhames, John Goodman,, and
Lyon Playfair... there in 1843. A new opportunity arose in 1845, when he became assistant toat the new Museum of Economic Geology in London, where he became a close f ...
Philip RothThe Human Stain (2000) is a novel by. It is set in late 1990s rural New England. Its first person narrator is ...
Adrienne Clarkson... n extreme, crisis situations. Near the end of her time as governor general,stated: "My constitutional role has lain in what are called 'reserve power ...
Morton Feldman... e middle decades of the 20th century, however, composers like Henry Cowell,, Karlheinz Stockhausen and George Crumb, re-introduced improvisation to c ...
Emperor Wen of Sui... ror Jing of Northern Zhou and established the Sui Dynasty, crowning himself. He proceeded to invade the south to reunify China. Emperor Xuan had just ...
Sir Arthur Evans... ndon and the Society of Antiquaries in memory of Augustus Wollaston Franks.doubled the amount of money that went with the studentship, paying out of ...
Stanley Crouch... a close second). In his Newsweek article "The Problem With Jazz Criticism"considers Miles Davis' playing of fusion as a turning point that led to sm ...
Roy FeddenThe Pegasus was designed by Siras the follow-on to the Bristol Aeroplane Company's very successful Bristo ...
James Lind... ist Leonardo da Vinci compared metabolism to a burning candle. In 1747, Dr., a physician in the British navy, performed the first scientific nutritio ...
John Searle... nt. However, there have been other criticisms. The Chinese room argument by(1980) is a direct attack on the claim that thought can be represented as ...
John Lennon... biting his Kinetic Light Sculptures at the Indica Gallery. Mardas impressedwith the Nothing Box; a small plastic box with randomly blinking lights, a ...
Rogers Brubaker... e idea of the Jewish diaspora, he recognised the expanding use of the term.(2005) also notes that use of the term diaspora has been widening. He sugg ...
Bill Clinton... censed, McCain ran ads accusing Bush of lying and comparing the governor to, which Bush said was "about as low a blow as you can give in a Republican ...
William McDougall... vers worked with two of his graduate medical students, Charles S. Myers andwho assisted him at this period in a series of experiments on vision and w ...
Gabrielle Carteris... imes for the role of Kelly Taylor and was the first to be cast on the show.felt that she was too old to play a high school student. She first auditio ...
Deirdre Barlow... ne Kirkbride, who wears oversized, 1980s-style round horn-rimmed glasses ason the soap opera Coronation Street, and Masaharu Morimoto, who wears glas ...
Wang Mang... t was briefly interrupted by the Xin Dynasty (9–23 CE) of the former regent. This interregnum separates the Han into two periods: the Western Han (20 ...
Peter Maxwell Davies... lso composed by Mark Alburger, Erik Bergman, Carlos Chávez, Osvald Chlubna,, Norman Dello Joio, Lukas Foss, Roy Harris, Arthur Honegger, Alan Hovhane ...
Robert E. Jackson... me the City's first female mayor. She narrowly defeated incumbent mayor Dr., Ph.D. in a bitterly contested race. (Dr. Jackson had been the longest se ...
Charles Bigelow... om this time at RIT went on to become influential type designers, includingand Kris Holmes, who together created the Lucida type family. Other promin ...
Alfred Fowler... ent, and devoted himself to the study of spectroscopy (following his mentor), especially its applications in astronomy. He was elected a Fellow of th ...
Thomas Hardy's... till had a large audience; volumes of verse published in that time includedThe Dynasts, Christina Rossetti's posthumous Poetical Works, Ernest Dowson ...
Gabriel Harvey... ops themselves had employed satirists, played a role; both Thomas Nashe and, two of the key figures in that controversy, suffered a complete ban on a ...
Bertrand Russell... heir historical link with past wars, especially in Germany. Famous pacifistcriticizes nationalism for diminishing the individual's capacity to judge ...
Niels BohrA number of physicists began to advocate vitalism.was one of the first to suggest that special laws not found in inanimate m ...
Stefan Stambolov... minated during the early years of Ferdinand's reign by liberal party leader, whose foreign policy saw a marked cooling in relations with Russia, form ...
Edmund Waller... enerall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles (1624), and's poem, Battle of the Summer Islands (1645)
Calvin Coolidge... e last months of the Roosevelt administration) and 10 June, and in 1925 (by) expanded the National Forest. An early supervisor of the forest was Will ...
Churchill... ght through 1940 and again in 1941, drew peak audiences of 16 million; onlywas more popular with listeners. But his talks were cancelled. It was thou ...
Sarah Palin... with the people" and needed to step down—a call echoed by his running mate,, governor of Stevens's home state. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell ...
Adam Smith... ecognized as an intangible quality of persons in economics back to at least. He distinguished it (as "enterprise") from labour which can be coerced a ...
Charles Darwin... to think and behave independently. The Emperor accepted new ideas, such as's theory of evolution, of which he remarked that "the laws that he [Darwi ...
WKPT-TV... The television towers for WJHL-TV, Channel 11, Johnson City, Tennessee, and, Channel 19, Kingsport, Tennessee, are standing side by side in a common ...
Geneva... ment in 1599. A copy of the first edict, sent for safekeeping to Protestant, survives. The provincial parlements resisted in their turn; the most rec ...
KAUZ-TV... t provides local news. All other major stations including, KFDX-TV 3 (NBC),(CBS), and KJTL-TV (Fox) are based in Wichita Falls
Buffon... frequent visits to the home of a relation where he could borrow volumes of's massive Histoire Naturelle. All of these he read and re-read, retaining ...
Jean GottmannThis concept of a "megalopolis" was first proposed by the French geographerin his book Megalopolis, a study of the northeastern United States. One pr ...
Nicholas Bye... rst directly elected mayor in the South West region. Conservative candidatebecame the first mayor elected under this system in October 2005, under an ...
Taylor Branch... onounced dead at St. Joseph's Hospital at 7:05 p.m. According to biographer, King's autopsy revealed that though only 39 years old, he had the heart ...
Johann Heinrich Friedrich LinkThe genus was first described in the scientific literature byin his 1809 work Observationes in ordines plantarum naturales. Link includ ...
Philip Larkin... St. John's College, Oxford, where he read English. It was there that he met, with whom he formed the most important friendship of his life. While at ...
Niklaus Wirth... op-down design was promoted in the 1970s by IBM researcher Harlan Mills and. Mills developed structured programming concepts for practical use and te ...
Richard OwenSirand Alfred Newton both wanted to be the first to describe the post-cranial ...
Quintin HoggAnnouncing his support for right of return legislation in Britain, MPstated that, "All the great nations of the earth have what the Jews call a ...
Geneva... was one of the Swiss venues for the 2008 European Championships, as well as, Zurich and Bern. The championships were jointly hosted by Switzerland an ...
Charles Dickens... bling dens and brothels, and was known as a dangerous place to go. In 1842,visited the area and was appalled at the horrendous living conditions he h ...
Erwin Schrödinger... gous to the laws of physics except for their being restricted to organisms.supported similar ideas, as well as the physicists Walter M. Elsasser and ...
Darryl Strawberry... the home dugout and old locker room of the New York Jets. Former Mets star, then playing for the Yankees, hit a home run during the game. Stadium op ...
Sir John Forbes MD FRS... ts. He built up a good practise as a speech therapist and was patronised by, who sent him pupils for twenty four years. Hunt's most famous case came ...
Bob Saget... ities such as Dr. Joyce Brothers, Nipsey Russell, Abe Vigoda, James Lipton,and William Preston as the character, Carl 'Oldy' Olsen, also made frequen ...
Winston Churchill... y the first eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust to the mostly disbelievingand Franklin D. Roosevelt. Before leaving, Karski was visited by two leade ...
Benjamin Franklin... e are rewarded or punished by God for their behavior in life. Some, such as, believed in reincarnation or resurrection. Others such as Thomas Paine w ...
J. R. R. TolkienTreebeard (Sindarin: Fangorn) is a fictional character from's Middle-earth fantasy writings. The eldest of the species of Ents, he is ...
Michael Palin... former in the comedy series Twice a Fortnight with Bill Oddie, Terry Jones,and Jonathan Lynn
Pope John XXIII... on in a manner and to a degree appropriate to their present divided state.", who convoked the Council that brought this change of emphasis about, sai ...
Calvin CoolidgeUpon the death of President Warren G. Harding in 1923,was sworn in as President by his father, John Calvin Coolidge, Sr., a Verm ...
Michael Dummett... his other positions. The problems with this position have been described by, Jerry Fodor, Ernest Lepore, and others. In the first place, they suggest ...
John Stuart, 1st Marquess of ButeIn the ensuing century Cardiff was at peace. In 1766,married into the Herbert family and was later created Baron Cardiff, and i ...
John Henry Newman... ed to Birmingham in September to consult the leader of the Oxford converts,. Newman received him into the Church on 21 October 1866. On 5 May 1868 Ho ...
Emperor Wu of Liu Song... Jin in 420 AD, ending the Eastern Jin dynasty. Even after crowning himself, he remained diligently frugal. However, he did not care for education an ...
Alfred NewtonSir Richard Owen andboth wanted to be the first to describe the post-cranial anatomy of the do ...
Margaret Thatcher... lano's departure the irony that his final issue was handed in the week thatwas forced out of office
Matthew Arnold... reline buildings with the naked eye, and the lights of land at night, as in's poem "Dover Beach"
Melvyn Bragg... fessor of Philosophy at the LSE and the University of California, hosted by
KSWO-TV... 49th largest in the nation according to Nelson Media Research in 2009-2010.channel 7, an ABC affiliate, is the only broadcast television station in t ...
Karl Marx... taste for the classics of French literature as well as for the writings of
Sir Michael Foster... special senses displayed by the candidates; it was in reaction to this that, who had seen the potential in this shy, retiring Bart's man, appointed R ...
George MacDonald Fraser... to take on the role of Harry Flashman in a film adaptation of the books by
Lawrence Summers... sicist Lisa Randall, appointed to a task force at Harvard by then-presidentafter his controversial discussion of why women may be underrepresented in ...
Benjamin Franklin... ast the Declaration of Independence. George Washington, Alexander Hamilton,and John Adams are also said to have appreciated the qualities of Madeira. ...
John Zorn... mprovisation group Nuova Consonanza. Anthony Braxton has written opera, andhas written acclaimed orchestral pieces
Evan Davis... which she seemed critical of some of his decisions. Regular Today presentercommented that "She shouldn't be guest editing; she should be permanently ...
Mark Yudof... guished themselves in legal academia and practice are university presidents(President of the University of California system), John Frederick Zeller ...
George Harrison... build the inventions. He was involved in the hasty departure of Lennon andfrom the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's ashram in India, and Lennon's divorce of ...
Aneurin Bevan... . In this period, with the encouragement of his friend the Welsh politician, Robeson recorded a number of radio concerts for supporters in Wales
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William Butler Yeats... ve plays based on Deirdre's story: George William Russell's Deirdre (1902),' Deirdre (1907), J.M. Synge's Deirdre of the Sorrows (1910), John Coulter ...
J. W. Dunne's... plays are more varied in tone than the novels, several being influenced bytheory of time, which plays a part in the plots of Dangerous Corner (1932) ...
Jeff Cooper... he Scout Rifle is a class of general-purpose rifles defined and promoted byin the early 1980s
Ken Wallis... Wick in Scotland, a total of breaking the old record held by Wing Commander
Benjamin FranklinIn American history important spokesmen included, Thomas Jefferson, J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur (1735–1813), and John ...
Paul BoyerIn the 1960s through the 1970s,developed the binding change, or flip-flop, mechanism, which postulated th ...
Pope John Paul II... ncil's decree on ecumenism, Unitatis Redintegratio of 21 November 1964, and's encyclical, Ut Unum Sint of 25 May 1995
Paul Preston... in right-wing politics, especially the Francoist regime, British historiansand Brian Crozier state that the Opus Dei members who were Franco's minist ...
John Crichton-Stuart, 2nd Marquess of ButeIn 1793,was born. He would spend his life building the Cardiff docks and would lat ...
Zachary Leader... g with works of social and literary criticism. According to his biographer,, Amis was "the finest English comic novelist of the second half of the tw ...
Sir Rowland Hill... n the United Kingdom on 1 May 1840, as a part of postal reforms promoted by. With its introduction, the postage fee was now to be paid by the sender ...
Corey Haim... tars Sally Field (also executive producer), James Garner, Brian Kerwin, and
James Plaskitt... the 2010 general election the constituency was represented in parliament by(Labour). It had previously been a Conservative safe seat, including as it ...
Sue TownsendIn the book Adrian Mole and the Weapons of Mass Destruction by, Adrian names the swan that terrorises him outside his apartment Gielgud ...
Chris Lintott... 0th episode of The Sky at Night hosted by Sir Patrick Moore, along with Dr., Jon Culshaw, Prof. Brian Cox, and the Astronomer Royal Martin Rees who o ...
Oliver Letwin... lished a transcript of a double interview with Lawson and Tory Policy Chief, in which Lawson described Letwin's views on global warming as "pie in th ...
Lord CurzonFollowing the partition of Bengal in 1905, which was a strategy set out byto weaken the nationalist movement, Tilak encouraged a boycott, regarded a ...
David Shepherd... of the trust joining existing high profile personalities, Joanna Lumley and
Errol Morris... a perspective and point of views. Some films such as The Thin Blue Line byincorporated stylized re-enactments, and Michael Moore's Roger & Me placed ...
Winston Churchill... h parties, the guests at which included Charlie Chaplin, Douglas Fairbanks,and a young John F. Kennedy. Upon visiting St. Donat's, George Bernard Sha ...
Benjamin Franklin... census. The city is the county seat of Heard County. The town is named for
Richard, 1st Earl of Cornwall... Howard of Wiggenhall, Norfolk and Alice Tendring; by whom he descended from, through his illegitimate daughter Joan of Cornwall
Thomas Bodley... on). It was not until 1598 that the library began to thrive once more, when(a former fellow of Merton College) wrote to the Vice Chancellor of the Un ...
Paul D. Boyer... University of Washington. The University also graduated Nobel Prize winner, as well as Philo Farnsworth (inventor of the electronic television) and ...
Isaac Newton... sits that pressure is due not to static repulsion between molecules, as was's conjecture, but due to collisions between molecules moving at different ...
Samuel Pepys... hich an exact date is known, however, occurred on 7 January 1605, at Court.saw a Henry V in 1664—but it was written by Roger Boyle, 1st Earl of Orrer ...
Arthur WellesleyAfter Light's demise, Lieutenant-Colonelarrived in Penang to co-ordinate the defences of the island. In 1800, Lieu ...
Kenneth E. Iverson... in A Programming Language, a book describing a notation invented in 1957 bywhile at Harvard University. Iverson had developed a mathematical notation ...
Charles Dickens... in in Lionel Bart's stage and film musical Oliver! based on Oliver Twist by. He created the role in the original West End production, and reprised it ...
Steven Chu... Hispanic to serve as Energy Secretary was Clinton's second, Federico Peña.became the first Asian American to hold the position on January 20, 2009, ...
Karl Marx... initially Romanticism and Historicism, and eventually both the Communism of, and the modern forms of nationalism inspired by the French Revolution, i ...
David Gale... nly used for the graph; in this form the game was independently invented by, and has been known as Gale, Bridg-It, and Bird Cage
Martin Amis... econd half of the twentieth century." He was the father of English novelist
Jon Culshaw... The Sky at Night hosted by Sir Patrick Moore, along with Dr. Chris Lintott,, Prof. Brian Cox, and the Astronomer Royal Martin Rees who on leaving the ...
Xu Xianzhi... y before being judged incompetent and killed by government officials led by, replacing him with Emperor Wen of Liu Song, another son of Emperor Wu. T ...
Joseph Stiglitz... l organizations and academics, notably including its former Chief Economist, who is equally critical of the International Monetary Fund, the US Treas ...
Julius von HaastHaast's Eagle was first classified byin the 1870s, who named it Harpagornis moorei after George Henry Moore, th ...
John E. Walker... synthase generated by rotation of the gamma subunit. The research group of, then at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, crystalliz ...
John WhitgiftIn 1599, the Archbishop of Canterburyand the Bishop of London George Abbot, whose offices had the function of l ...
David G. Kendall... n Telephone Exchange, published the first paper on queueing theory in 1909.introduced an A/B/C queueing notation in 1953. Important work on queueing ...
Angus Deaton... the income of each person (or percentile). Princeton development economist(1997, 139) simplified the Gini calculation to one easy formula
William Sherard... alauma", the genus name Magnolia, after Pierre Magnol. The English botanist, who studied botany in Paris under Joseph Pitton de Tournefort, a pupil o ...
Alfred Russel Wallace... her vitalistic theories. The work of Reinke was an influence for Carl Jung.believed qualitative novelties could arise through the process of evolutio ...
Kenneth E. Iverson... ost computer platforms. It is based on a mathematical notation developed byand associates that features special attributes for the design and specifi ...
Ringo Starr... ight. For example, during The Beatles' appearance he persistently addressedas "Bongo"
Calvin Coolidge... United States presidential election of 1924 was won by incumbent President, the Republican candidate
William Hogarthpainted his satirical 'March of the Guards to Finchley' in 1750. It is a d ...
MC Hammer... acks and commentary by experts on Brown's music. In 1991, Brown appeared in's video "Too Legit to Quit" (or "2 Legit 2 Quit"), someone Hammer idolize ...
Stephen Jay Gould... penheimer claimed, "An interesting hypothesis put forward by paleontologistmany years ago was that the package of the Mongoloid anatomical changes co ...
William Astbury... he first crude X-ray diffraction images of DNA were collected in the 1930s,had talked about stacks of nucleotides spaced at 3.4 angström (0.34 nanome ...
James WattHuman knowledge and mastery over nature advances whenbuilds a successful prototype of a steam engine, and a scientific expediti ...
Albert Einstein... y from collisions between the particle and gas molecules. As pointed out byin 1905, this experimental evidence for kinetic theory is generally seen a ...
Simon Blackburn... nto others' ... is a concept that essentially no religion misses entirely."also states that the Golden Rule can be "found in some form in almost ever ...
Archbishop of CanterburyIn 1599, theJohn Whitgift and the Bishop of London George Abbot, whose offices had the ...
Crispin WrightThe brain in a vat argument has also been subject to criticism.argues that Putnam's formulation of the brain-in-a-vat scenario is too nar ...
David G. Kendall... r describing the characteristics of a queueing model was first suggested byin 1953. Kendall's notation introduced an A/B/C queueing notation that can ...
Charles P. Thacker... he Charles Stark Draper Prize along with Alan C. Kay, Robert W. Taylor, andfor their work on Alto. In 2006 he was inducted as a Fellow of the Compute ...
Adrian Sanders... constituency. The constituency elects one Member of Parliament, since 1997of the Liberal Democrats. Torquay, the rest of South West England, and Gib ...
Mark Catesby... or the taxonomic part of Johann Jacob Dillenius's Hortus Elthamensis and of's Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands. These were ...
Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester... This collection continued to grow steadily, but when, between 1435 and 1437(brother of Henry V of England), donated a great collection of manuscripts ...
GenevaDunant was born in, Switzerland, the first son of businessman Jean-Jacques Dunant and Antoin ...
Corey Haim... (Brian Kerwin), to move back in with her and their 12-year-old son, Jake ()
Sandra Cisneros... Sinclair and John Steinbeck. Other important writers include Rudolfo Anaya,, Gary Soto, Raul Salinas, Oscar Zeta Acosta, John Rechy, Ana Castillo, De ...
William Lawrence Bragg... tempt to do so. They asked for, and received, permission to do so from bothand Wilkins. In order to construct their model of DNA, Watson and Crick ma ...
John D. Rockefeller... mid 1920s, he was the third highest income tax payer in the US behind onlyand Henry Ford. During this period, while he served as Secretary of the U. ...
Harlan MillsTop-down design was promoted in the 1970s by IBM researcherand Niklaus Wirth. Mills developed structured programming concepts for pra ...
Ulrika Jonsson... s, Terry Gilliam, Jeremy Hardy, Freddie Highmore, Bob Hoskins, Terry Jones,, Judge Jules, Ralf Little, Sienna Miller, Marina Diamandis, Yehudi Menuhi ...
Edward Frankland... new Museum of Economic Geology in London, where he became a close friend of. From 1847 he was engaged in editing the Handwörterbuch der reinen und an ...
Geneva... fled the country during this time, most notably John Calvin, who settled in
Vincent Massey... d military affairs in the 1920s. Its first ambassador to the United States,, was named in 1927. Canada became an active member of the British Commonw ...
John N. GrayAccording to, Popper held that "a theory is scientific only in so far as it is falsifi ...
J. B. S. HaldaneThe geneticistwondered why the dominant mutation that causes Huntington's disease remain ...
Henry V of England... y, but when, between 1435 and 1437 Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (brother of), donated a great collection of manuscripts, the space was deemed insuffi ...
Roy Fedden... itish nine-cylinder, single-row, air-cooled radial aero engine. Designed byof the Bristol Aeroplane Company it was used to power both civil and milit ...
Anthony Braxton... collection of like-minded improvisors, which at various times has included, Tristan Honsinger, Misha Mengelberg, Lol Coxhill, Fred Frith, Steve Bere ...
Augustus Wollaston Franks... relatively circumscribed but, in 1851, with the appointment to the staff ofto curate the collections, the Museum began for the first time to collect ...
Isaac Newton... , who was joining it, "I don't know any scientist who looks as much as likeas you do". May replied that "that could be my after dinner comment, thank ...
David Gale... it can be used to prove the two-dimensional Brouwer fixed point theorem, asshowed in 1979, and the determinacy of higher-dimensional variants proves ...
Nicholas Bye... rst directly elected mayor in the South West region, Conservative candidatebecoming the first mayor elected under this system in October 2005, under ...
James Cook... ototype of a steam engine, and a scientific expedition continues as Captainclaims the South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands in the south Atlantic ...
William Burges... ian period by John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute, and the architect. Original Roman work can, however, still be distinguished in the wall fac ...
Nicolas Collins... ndustrial noise artists from the late 20th and early 21st centuries include, William Basinski's The Disintegration Loops, Psyclones, The Haters, Boyd ...
Pedro II... Black, Brazil opted for an abstract design instead of a portrait of Emperor, so that his image would be not be disfigured by a postmark. In 1845 some ...
Johann Jacob Dillenius... genus name Magnolia. He was at least responsible for the taxonomic part of's Hortus Elthamensis and of Mark Catesby's Natural History of Carolina, F ...
Adrienne Clarkson... umbents publicly outshine the actual head of state; former governor generalalluded to what she saw as "an unspoken rivalry" that had developed betwee ...
Newton... niana, and the introduced Indigofera tinctoria and Indigofera suffruticosa.used "indigo" to describe one of the two new primary colors he added to th ...
J. R. R. TolkienBree is a fictional village in's Middle-earth, east of the Shire and south of Fornost Erain. It is thoug ...
Butler LampsonQED is a line-oriented computer text editor that was developed byand L. Peter Deutsch for the Berkeley Timesharing System running on the SD ...
Henry Herbert, 9th Earl of Pembroke... ed by William Kent; and the Doric Column of Victory in the park designed by, and finished by Roger Morris. The latter rose to a height of , complete ...
Duke of York and Albany... nglish conquered New Netherland and renamed it "New York" after the English, the future King James II. Stuyvesant and his council negotiated with the ...
Kim Dae-jungIn response to the summit between Kim Jong-il andin 2000, North and South Korea agreed in August 2000 to reconnect the sect ...
André-Marie AmpèreThrough popular etymology, it has been falsely claimed thatused the symbol in his widely read publications, and that people began cal ...
Blanche of Castile... in November and was succeeded by the child king Louis IX. But Queen regentallowed the crusade to continue under Humbert de Beaujeu. Labécède fell in ...
Prince Juan CarlosIn 1974, Mardas held an expensive party for the then Spanish heir,, which secured Mardas a contract. After the assassination of Admiral Carr ...
Lewis Carroll... ated dodo fossils, the newly vindicated bird was featured as a character in's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. With the popularity of the book, the ...
Ludwig Wittgenstein... 's philosophy using historicism and updated Hegelian historiographic ideas.was accused of brandishing a poker at Popper during a meeting of the Cambr ...
Stephen Jay Gouldobjected to the ranking of races as more or less neotenous. But Gould argu ...
Steve Lacy... stan Honsinger, Misha Mengelberg, Lol Coxhill, Fred Frith, Steve Beresford,, Johnny Dyani, Leo Smith, Han Bennink, Eugene Chadbourne, Henry Kaiser, J ...
Judi Dench... winners include Ian McKellen, Kenneth Branagh, Glen Joseph, Kevin Kline and
Pope Benedict XVI... of Roman Catholic ceremonies in the 20th and 21st centuries. For instance,leads the Stations of the Cross called the Scriptural Way of the Cross (wh ...
William McDougall... reaction was to decline, but he soon agreed on learning that C.S Myers and, two of his best former students, would participate. The other members we ...
Bill Clinton... ief of Staff and former United States Secretary of Commerce under President; John P. Daley, a commissioner on the Cook County Board of Commissioners ...
J. R. R. TolkienA palantír (pl. palantíri) is a magical artifact from's fantasy legendarium. A palantír (sometimes translated as "Seeing Stone" ...
Peter Medawar... ious mutations that are believed to allow—even cause—age-related mortality.formalised this observation in his mutation accumulation theory of aging. ...
Isaac Newton... morals but no longer authoritative (or meant to be) on matters of science.'s (1642–1727) mathematical explanation of universal gravitation explained ...
Jared Diamonddescribes an "Evil Quartet" of habitat destruction, overkill, introduced s ...
Rudyard KiplingIn literature, "The Maltese Cat" is the title of a short story by. The story is about a polo match set in British colonial , told from the ...
Peter Shaffer's... ikov) to play the role of Mozart in director Milos Forman's film version ofplay Amadeus. In 1985, he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Acto ...
Bronson Pinchot... The All-New Adventures of Laurel and Hardy: For Love or Mummy, with actorsand playing the lookalike nephews of the original Laurel and Hardy, Stanle ...
Professor James Ward... m with the degree of M.A. honoris causa and, in 1904 with the assistance of, Rivers made a further mark on the world of psychological sciences, found ...
Carl LinnaeusThe species was first officially described by Swedish botanistin 1758. In the two centuries since then, numerous subspecies have been id ...
Pope Paul VI... ed by a vote of 2,137 to 11 of the bishops assembled and was promulgated byon November 21, 1964. The title in Latin means "Restoration of Unity" and ...
Barbara McClintock... genetic loci called nucleolar organizing regions (NORs), first described by. Because of this non-random organization, the nucleolus is defined as a " ...
Neville Chamberlain... . Smith became active in student politics, mostly protesting Prime Minister's seemingly soft attitude toward Nazism. While at Oxford, he was the firs ...
Dave Nellist... an serving with Coventry City Council is former Militant Tendency Labour MPwho now represents the Socialist Party (England and Wales)
L. Peter Deutsch... line-oriented computer text editor that was developed by Butler Lampson andfor the Berkeley Timesharing System running on the SDS 940. It was impleme ...
Barbara Cartland... 008 television film In Love with Barbara, a biopic of the romantic novelistwhich was shown on BBC Four in the UK
Jim Yong Kim... ebruary 2008 and was replaced by Harvard University professor and physicianon July 1, 2009
Prince ShōtokuSpying in Japan dates as far back as(572–622), although the origins of spying and assassination date much earl ...
Linus Pauling... ucture was driven in part by the knowledge that they were competing against. Given Pauling's recent success in discovering the Alpha helix, they fear ...
John Hicks... sticky prices or wages. Post Keynesians typically reject the IS/LM model of, which was very influential in neo-Keynesian economics
James Bradley... n of the axis of the Earth was discovered in 1728 by the British astronomer, but this nutation was not explained in detail until 20 years later
Sir John Masterman... ames used in the novel; the Masterton sisters having their names taken from, an MI5 agent and Oxford academic who ran the double cross system during ...
Joseph Stiglitz... asury Department, and US and other developed country trade negotiators. See, The Roaring Nineties, Globalization and Its Discontents, and Making Glob ...
Thomas HornsbyThe astronomerobserved the transit of Venus from the tower of the five orders in 1769
George C. WilliamsAnother evolutionary theory of aging was proposed byand involves antagonistic pleiotropy. A single gene may affect multiple tr ...
Robert Stephenson... ned by the architect John Dobson, and was constructed in collaboration with. The first services were operated by the North Eastern Railway company. T ...
Donald KnuthCWEB is a computer programming system created byand Silvio Levy as a follow up to Knuth's WEB literate programming system, ...
Carl Gustav Hempel... ems to be a valid scientific hypothesis. These examples were pointed out by. Hempel came to acknowledge that Logical Positivism's verificationism was ...
Calvin Coolidge... Republican has won the presidential election in Manhattan since 1924, whenwon a plurality of the New York County vote over Democrat John W. Davis, 4 ...
Eleanor of AquitaineHis 1152 marriage toallowed the future Henry II to gain control of his new wife's possessions ...
Albert EinsteinIn the opening scene, Maggie spells EMCSQU with her blocks, a reference to's mass-energy equivalence equation. A picture of Einstein also appears on ...
Stanisław August Poniatowski... the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, ruled by Catherine's former lover, king, was eventually partitioned, with the Russian Empire gaining the largest ...
Álvaro del Portillo... mbers were 50:50 for and against Franco, according to John Allen. Similarly, the former Prelate of Opus Dei, said that any statements that Escrivá su ...
Bill Clinton... er is also the only secretary to be dismissed from the post. Hazel O'Leary,'s first Secretary of Energy, was first female and African-American holder ...
George Bernard Shaw... , Winston Churchill and a young John F. Kennedy. Upon visiting St. Donat's,was quoted as saying: "This is what God would have built if he had had the ...
Fred Brooks... Chapter 6 called "A programming language" for the book he was writing with, Automatic Data Processing, which would later be published in 1963
Max BornFar from claiming to make "the contradiction disappear" whichthought could be achieved with a statistical approach, de Broglie extended ...
Isaac Newton... e enjoyed collecting books: for example, he collected and protected many of's papers. It is in part on the basis of these papers that Keynes wrote of ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... rk Riders, the Nine Riders, or simply the Nine) are fictional characters in's Middle-earth legendarium. They were nine Men who succumbed to Sauron's ...
John Allan Broun... t left Dumfries to go on and found the University of Sydney Medical School.'s contribution to science were his discoveries around magnetism and meteo ...
Max Planck... appeared to be the physicist who most sought that dimension of action which, at the beginning of the 20th century, had shown to be the only universal ...
Edward Jenner... when a smallpox epidemic begins in New England. Smallpox was then cured by
Bill Clinton... Luxembourg; Hormel eventually received a recess appointment from President, bypassing a Senate vote. Frist also helped block the 1996 nomination of ...
Maurice Wilkins... were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1962 with
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien... ristopher Tolkien was born in Leeds, England, the third and youngest son of. He was educated at the Dragon School in Oxford and then at the Oratory S ...
Georges-Louis Le Sage... hich were neglected by their contemporaries) were Mikhail Lomonosov (1747),(ca. 1780, published 1818), John Herapath (1816) and John James Waterston ...
Kazuhiko Nishijima... Heisenberg; then, in 1953, according to strangeness by Murray Gell-Mann and. To gain greater insight, the hadrons were sorted into groups having simi ...
Pope John XXIIIIn 1960,commented that Opus Dei opens up "unsuspected horizons of ". Furthermore, ...
John Dryden... iers Plowman. (E.g., John Leland, William Prynne, possibly John Milton, and.) Given the diffusion of different Piers/Ploughman texts, it is usually n ...
Walter de Merton... y of Oxford in England. Its foundation can be traced back to the 1260s when, chancellor to Henry III and later to Edward I, first drew up statutes fo ...
Duke of Wellington... inaries from the government and industry, including the Prime Minister, the. The day started with a procession of eight trains setting out from Liver ...
Pope Paul VI... ed that Opus Dei opens up "unsuspected horizons of ". Furthermore, in 1964,praised the organization in a handwritten letter to Escrivá, saying
Gunther Schuller... mpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Clifford Brown, and drummer Max Roach. Composerwrote: ... In 1943 I heard the great Earl Hines band which had Bird in it ...
Zweig... ilar purposes. Notable contributions to wavelet theory can be attributed to’s discovery of the continuous wavelet transform in 1975 (originally calle ...
Richard Keynes... ) was a distinguished surgeon, scholar and bibliophile. His nephews include(1919–2010) a physiologist; and Quentin Keynes (1921–2003), an adventurer ...
Snoop Dogg... hich featured a track called "Calling Mumia" with vocals by American rapper), Battle In Seattle and Trouble the Water. All of this soundtrack work wa ...
Noam Chomsky... settling in Philadelphia. Putnam attended Central High School; there he met, who was a year behind him. The two have been friends—and often intellect ...
John Tyndall... renamed antibiotics by Selman Waksman, an American microbiologist, in 1942.first described antagonistic activities by fungi against bacteria in Engla ...
Arthur C. Clarke... Stations Give Worldwide Radio Coverage?" by British science fiction writer, published in Wireless World magazine. The orbit, which Clarke first desc ...
Winston Churchill... ran Conference, during a ceremony to receive the "Sword of Stalingrad" from, he took the sword from Stalin but then allowed the sword to fall from it ...
Emily Dolvin... er of Eleanor Roosevelt, hailed from Roswell and Bulloch Hall was her home., the aunt of Jimmy Carter (the 39th U.S. President), lived in Roswell the ...
Erwin Schrödinger... from physics into biology that he was influenced by both Linus Pauling and. It was clear in theory that covalent bonds in biological molecules could ...
Robert Conquest... ther displayed his devotion to the genre in editing, with the Sovietologist, the science fiction anthology series Spectrum I–V, which drew heavily up ...
Timothy Barnes... Diocletian as Caesar is taken by the writer Stephen Williams and historianto mean that the two men were longterm allies, that their respective roles ...
Max Roach... Thelonious Monk, trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Clifford Brown, and drummer. Composer Gunther Schuller wrote: ... In 1943 I heard the great Earl Hine ...
Stephen Jay Gould... y theorists propose that neoteny has been a key feature in human evolution.believed that the "evolutionary story" of humans is one where we have been ...
Melvin Calvin... determine that the oxygen liberated in photosynthesis came from the water.and Andrew Benson, along with James Bassham, elucidated the path of carbon ...
Adam Smith... r natural price of a commodity. The labour theory of value, as presented by, however, did not require the quantification of all past labour, nor did ...
John Locke... f the individual but neither of them believed in the divine right of kings., on the other hand, who gave us Two Treatises of Government and who did n ...
Duke of Wellington... n the Big Finish Productions Doctor Who audio play Other Lives, playing the
Jacques Cassini... . Longitude within individual signs was still being used as late as 1740 byin his Tables astronomiques
Rodney Marsh... 2–3 defeat away to local rivals Tampa Bay Rowdies on 17 June 1978, in whichscored all three for the home team. Banks later began a business which dis ...
Harold Pinter... of Samuel Beckett's short play Catastrophe, opposite longtime collaboratorand directed by American playwright David Mamet; Gielgud died mere weeks a ...
Benjamin Franklinattended a revival meeting in Philadelphia and was greatly impressed with ...
Clement Attlee... ustry (then state-owned since nationalisation by the post-war government of) over the closure of pits whose uneconomic operation accounted for the co ...
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David Starkey... nd proto-feminist, Agnes Strickland. This assumption has been challenged byin his book Six Wives in which he points out that such a situation would h ...
Ringo StarrMoon's close friendwas seriously concerned about his lifestyle and told Moon that if he kept ...
Charles Darwin... discover exactly which molecule was the genetic molecule. In Crick’s view,’s theory of evolution by natural selection, Gregor Mendel’s genetics and ...
Charles Darwin... g to similar projects. His efforts were recognized both at home and abroad.said of him: "The Emperor does so much for science, that every scientific ...
Daubechies... he CWT (1982), Jan-Olov Strömberg's early work on discrete wavelets (1983),' orthogonal wavelets with compact support (1988), Mallat's multiresolutio ...
Missy Elliott... cubus, Pitchshifter, Linkin Park, The Roots, Talvin Singh, MIDIval Punditz,, The Freestylers, Nine Inch Nails and David Bowie (the last two both usin ...
Stanisław August Poniatowski... ovember 25 of that year that the last Polish king and Lithuanian grand dukeabdicated. In the Russian Empire, the city continued to serve its role as ...
Murray Gell-Mann... ne Wigner and Werner Heisenberg; then, in 1953, according to strangeness byand Kazuhiko Nishijima. To gain greater insight, the hadrons were sorted i ...
John CageThe origins of Fluxus lie in many of the concepts explored by composerin his experimental music of the 1950s. Cage explored notions of indetermi ...
Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool... s. William Robertson and Edward Spence are other Victoria Cross recipients., UK Prime Minister from 1812 to 1827, was quartered in Dumfries in 1796 d ...
Elizabeth II... l family remained Windsor by subsequent royal decree. After the marriage ofand Prince Philip, it was decreed that their non-royal descendants were to ...
Edward FranklandWithhe found that nitriles can be hydrolyzed to the corresponding acids
David Cameron... as an ethnic Indian population of over 1.6 million. In 2010, Prime Ministerdescribed Indian – British relations as the "New Special Relationship"
Chris Lintott... of Bang! – The Complete History of the Universe with Sir Patrick Moore and, which was published in October 2006. In October 2007, more than 30 years ...
Benjamin Franklin... ican government, appointing George Washington commander-in-chief (June 14),postmaster general (July 26) and creating a Continental Navy (October 13) ...
Frederick, Prince of Wales... l stage Buckinghamshire has been home to Nancy Astor who lived in Cliveden,who also lived in Cliveden, Baron Carrington who lives in Bledlow, Benjami ...
Pedro IIOn 6 September 1850 the emperor,, sanctioned a law authorizing steam navigation on the Amazon, and gave th ...
Pope Paul VI... y Gómez (May 23, 1946 – March 22, 2005) was a self-proclaimed successor of, and was recognised as Pope Gregory XVII by supporters of the Palmarian C ...
John R. Horner... currently still working on growing a tail, and changing the wings to claws.used evolutionary developmental biology on a chick embryo because he knew ...
Piers Paul ReadCriticisms against Opus Dei have prompted Catholics likeand Vittorio Messori to call Opus Dei a sign of contradiction, in referenc ...
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John Wesley... clergyman and poet Samuel Wesley, the younger brother of Anglican clergymanand Anglican clergyman Samuel Wesley (the Younger), and father of musician ...
Linus Pauling... Crick’s transition from physics into biology that he was influenced by bothand Erwin Schrödinger. It was clear in theory that covalent bonds in biolo ...
George Zweig... ghtfold way, invented in 1961 by Gell-Mann and Yuval Ne'eman. Gell-Mann and, correcting an earlier approach of Shoichi Sakata, went on to propose in ...
Federico Capasso... Dağdeviren and his team. In 1994, the quantum cascade laser was invented by, Alfred Cho, Jerome Faist and their collaborators and was later greatly i ...
Harold Pinter... his wife. When his wife then calls demanding to know why he is late for theplay, he tries to call Vicky, but is unable to reach her. Vicky sees Steve ...
Margaret Thatcher... nister James Callaghan made his government's papers on Trident available to's new incoming Conservative Party government, which took the decision to ...
Margaret ThatcherPrime Minister,, 1979–1990, was Conservative MP for Finchley from 1959 to 1992, although ...
William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne... th parliamentary power. In 1834, William dismissed the Whig Prime Minister,, and appointed a Tory, Sir Robert Peel. In the ensuing elections, however ...
Karl Marx... l new challenges. Various 19th century intellectuals, from Auguste Comte toto Sigmund Freud, attempted to offer scientific and/or political ideologie ...
President Clinton... Employment, and in 2000 received the National Medal of Technology from thenfor inventions that have advanced medical care worldwide. In April 2002, K ...
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James Clerk MaxwellIn 1859, after reading a paper by Clausius,formulated the Maxwell distribution of molecular velocities, which gave th ...
George Rochberg... , Johannes Brahms, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Boris Blacher, Andrew Lloyd Webber,and Witold Lutosławski, among others, wrote well-known variations on these ...
Pope John Paul I... denied Opus Dei's petition to become a personal prelature, Moncada stated., a few years before his election, wrote that Escrivá was more radical tha ...
Samuel Taylor Coleridge... The relationship between an albatross and a sailor is the central theme of's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, which led to the use of the term as a ...
John R. Horner... e key evo-devo topics of evolutionary innovation and morphological novelty.began his Project "How to Build a Dinosaur" in 2009 in conjunction with hi ...
William Edward Parry... am Bay was named after the famed British Arctic explorer and navigator, Sir, as were two other nearby features, Parry Inlet and Edward Point. The bay ...
Winston Churchill... nrich Himmler asked Bernadotte to convey a peace proposal to Prime Ministerand President Harry S. Truman without the knowledge of Adolf Hitler. The m ...
Sebastian Bach... r, Suzuki was replaced by Ralph Santolla, formerly of Death, Iced Earth and. Santolla stated he is a Catholic and this has received a small amount of ...
Robert J. FlahertyThe film's story was written byand F.W. Murnau; with the exception of the opening scene, the film was dir ...
Bill ClintonOne of former President's great-grandfathers is buried here
NewtonFollowing the classical dynamics ofand Euler, the motion of a material body is produced by the action of exte ...
Johann Wolfgang von GoetheTwo Will-o-the-wisps appear in's fairy tale The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily (1795). They are desc ...
Bill Clinton... million to the William J. Clinton Foundation in support of former President’s climate change initiative
Albert EinsteinIn the early 20th century, Frederick Frost Blackman along withinvestigated the effects of light intensity (irradiance) and temperature o ...
Kathleen Kenyon... on methods he used, for example the grid system (later developed further byand known as the Wheeler-Kenyon method), were significant advances in arch ...
Louis XVIII of France... , lived at Iver and King Zog of Albania lived at Frieth. Much earlier, Kinglived in exile at from 1809 to 1814
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Richard Attenborough... Best Actor. Sheen has worked with a wide variety of film directors, such as, Francis Ford Coppola, Terrence Malick, David Cronenberg, Mike Nichols, M ...
Robert Sternberg... ut themselves and the world. In his triangular theory of love, psychologisttheorizes that love is a mix of three components: some (1) passion, or phy ...
Benjamin Bell... in Dumfries as was John Craig, mathematician, and polymath James Crichton.after being born in Dumfries went on to become considered the first Scotti ...
Peter Shor... s later greatly improved by the innovations of Claire Gmachl. Also in 1994,devised his quantum factorization algorithm. In 1996, SCALPEL electron lit ...
Gao Huan... ain authority. As conflict swelled in the north between successive leaders,took control of the east and Luoyang (holding Emperor Xiaojing of Eastern ...
Benjamin Franklin... tigate mesmerism; one was led by Joseph-Ignace Guillotin, the other, led by, included Bailly and Lavoisier. The commissioners learned about Mesmeric ...
Leslie Orgel... istof Koch, Pat Churchland, Vilayanur Ramachandran, Tomaso Poggio, the late, Terry Sejnowski, his son Michael Crick, and his youngest daughter the la ...
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George Bernard Shaw... Common rendered Übermensch as "Superman"; Common was anticipated in this by, who had done the same in his 1903 stage play Man and Superman. Walter Ka ...
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Archbishop of Canterbury... annoyance with the interference of their Visitor (patron) William Laud, the. Due to this, the college was moved to London at the start of the Civil W ...
C. S. Lewis... theorized that many of Treebeard's mannerisms are based on Tolkien's friend, a loud, bombastic man known for his powerful stride and overwhelming pre ...
Augustus Pitt Rivers... was influenced greatly by the work of the archaeologist Lieutenant General(1827–1900). The two constant themes in his attempts to improve archaeolog ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... Tolkien (born 21 November 1924) is the third and youngest son of the author(1892–1973), and is best known as the editor of much of his father's posth ...
Aneurin Bevan... e visited the National Eisteddfod in Ebbw Vale as the guest of the local MP, revisited his ties to the black community in Cardiff's Butetown and gave ...
A. O. HumeInspired by a suggestion made by, a retired British civil servant, seventy-three Indian delegates met in B ...
Ozzy OsbourneThe Ultimate Sin is the fourth studio album by. It was released on 22 February 1986, and it was remastered and re-issued ...
Benjamin Franklin... ant figures in American politics who participated in the Enlightenment wereand Thomas Jefferson
Prince Albert... s later extended artificially. The event became Royal in 1851. In that yearbecame the patron of the regatta
Walter de MertonMerton College was founded in 1264 by, Lord Chancellor and Bishop of Rochester. It has a claim to be the oldest ...
John Diefenbaker... ing re-appointed as premier (Mackenzie King twice); Alexander Mackenzie and, both prior to sitting as regular Members of Parliament until their death ...
J. R. R. TolkienHuston is also famous to a generation of fans of's Middle-earth stories as the voice of the wizard Gandalf in the Rankin/B ...
Isambard Kingdom BrunelWhile other notable people include SirFamous Engineer of the Industrial Revolution, was born in Portsmouth., Sir ...
Ibrahim Pasha... oman Sultan negotiated with Mehmet Ali of Egypt, who agreed to send his sonto Greece with an army to suppress the revolt in return for territorial ga ...
Charles Dickens... nce been extended to refer to any drunken revelry. In A Tale of Two Cities,uses the words: "the law was certainly not behind any other learned profes ...
Charles Dickens... in England and Wales since the Reformation lived in Finchley. The novelistwrote Martin Chuzzlewit whilst staying at Cobley Farm near Bow Lane, North ...
Alberto Ginastera... 959), the Cantata Misericordium, op. 69 (1963), and Phaedra, op. 93 (1975).also composed three works in this form: the Cantata para América Mágica, o ...
Harold Pinter... y Television. Playing themselves, they were in Toronto during their tour of's No Man's Land. According to Dave Thomas, in his book, , their sketch wa ...
Joseph Bell... me considered the first Scottish scientific surgeon. His great grandson waswho Arthur Conan Doyle has credited Sherlock Holmes as being loosely based ...
Galla PlacidiaWhen Valentinian discovered the plan, only the influence of his motherconvinced him to exile, rather than kill, Honoria. He also wrote to Attila ...
Bob Munden... of World Records museum opened in the Empire State Building. Speed shooterthen went on tour promoting the Guinness Book of World Records by performi ...
James Hopwood Jeans... and as founded on exercises using the method of inversion, such as found intextbook Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism
Stephen Jay Gould... r the modern evolutionary synthesis was established (roughly 1936 to 1947).called this approach to explaining evolution as terminal addition; as if e ...
Frederick, Prince of Wales... derable that Sarah hoped to marry her granddaughter, Lady Diana Spencer, to, for which she would pay a massive dowry of £100,000. However, Robert Wal ...
Geneva... age surface elevation of above sea level is controlled by the Seujet Dam in
Marx... ased by selling it), then profit was impossible. David Ricardo (seconded by) responded to this paradox by arguing that Smith had confused labour with ...
Don Mitchell... tical models on the mechanics of the inner and middle ear, MacArthur Fellow, Professor of Geography, who has developed studies in cultural geography, ...
James Clark Ross... ded financial support to the Enderby Brothers' expedition. In 1841, Captain, who sighted the islands on his own expedition to Antarctica, gave it the ...
Tomaso Poggio... Benzer, Aaron Klug, Christof Koch, Pat Churchland, Vilayanur Ramachandran,, the late Leslie Orgel, Terry Sejnowski, his son Michael Crick, and his y ...
Margaret ThatcherOn the election of's government, Lawson was appointed to the position of Financial Secretary ...
Patrick Pearse... olly out of any such rash action, the IRB leaders, including Tom Clarke and, met with Connolly to see if an agreement could be reached. During the me ...
John WesleyIn terms of theology, Whitefield, unlike, was a supporter of Calvinism. The two differed on eternal election, fina ...
Anthony Braxton... io Morricone was a member of the free improvisation group Nuova Consonanza.has written opera, and John Zorn has written acclaimed orchestral pieces
Charles Dickens... ened in 1853 after Beacon Hill headland was dynamited to make space for it.was said to have made readings there. In the 1900s a ballroom and a new se ...
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J. R. R. Tolkien... in MMORPGs. 2007 saw the release of The Lord of the Rings Online, based on's Middle-earth. Other licensed MMORPGs include The Matrix Online, based o ...
James DewarHydrogen was liquefied for the first time byin 1898 by using regenerative cooling and his invention, the vacuum flask. ...
Philip Larkin... ped in a pattern which was the inverse of that followed by his close friend. Before becoming known as a poet, Larkin had published two novels; Amis, ...
Ebenezer Cunningham... formal maps for relating solutions of Maxwell’s equations was identified by(1908) and Harry Bateman (1910). Their training at Cambridge University ha ...
Oscar Peterson... wn, Perlman has also played jazz, including an album made with jazz pianist, and klezmer. Perlman has been a soloist for a number of movie scores, no ...
Karl Marx... uages resulting in many people being unable to communicate with each other.wrote about the creation of nations as requiring a bourgeois revolution an ...
David Van Tieghem... s sound can be recognised in "The Promise", "El Diablo" and "Lady Ice") and, a percussionist from New York
Isaac Newton... enly that human beings themselves could be understood as complex machines ., influenced by Descartes, but also, like Bacon, a proponent of experiment ...
Snoop Dogg... ke; fellow performers included Enrique Iglesias, Kanye West, Kelly Rowland,and Kelly Clarkson. Furtado also hosted a program about AIDS on MTV, which ...
David Cronenberg... ctors, such as Richard Attenborough, Francis Ford Coppola, Terrence Malick,, Mike Nichols, Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg and Oliver Stone. He has ...
Ghostface Killah... vity, and a rise through the ranks of the illegal industry." Wu-Tang memberappeared on over half of the album's tracks, with Wu-Tang member RZA produ ...
Edmund Wilson... oversial. The novel is still among the most famous of all detective novels:alludes to it in the title of his well-known attack on detective fiction, ...
David MundellPoliticianwas born in Dumfries as were William Dickson, William Pattison Telford, Sr ...
Harry Bateman... ons of Maxwell’s equations was identified by Ebenezer Cunningham (1908) and(1910). Their training at Cambridge University had given them facility wit ...
Cotton Mather... us other terms coined in print, but not in use, such as: "Connecticotian" –in 1702. "Connecticutensian" – Samuel Peters in 1781. "Nutmegger" is somet ...
Linus Pauling... stable helical conformation of amino acid chains in proteins (the α helix).was the first to identify the 3.6 amino acids per helix turn ratio of the ...
Samuel Pepys... ts typically associated with it contributed to this generic classification.owned a copy of Piers Plowman. A Crowley edition owned in 1613 by an educa ...
Missy ElliottAaliyah was honored at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards by Janet Jackson,, Timbaland, Ginuwine and her brother, Rashad, who all paid tribute to her ...
Pope John Paul II... ins unaccepted by Roman Catholics, who accepted Pope John Paul I (1978) and(1978–2005) as the true successors of Pope Paul VI. Pope Gregory XVII is g ...
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Rod BlagojevichDaley and Illinois Governorheld a joint press conference on January 17, 2006 calling for a state-wide ...
Benjamin FranklinThe colonies were independent of each other before 1774 as efforts led byto form a colonial union through the Albany Congress of 1765 had not made ...
Pope John Paul I... of the Catholic Church remains unaccepted by Roman Catholics, who accepted(1978) and Pope John Paul II (1978–2005) as the true successors of Pope Pa ...
Zaha Hadid... omplex in nearby Weil am Rhein, composed of buildings by architects such as(fire station), Frank Gehry (design museum), Alvaro Siza Vieira (factory b ...
Michael Holroyd... iration behind the character of St. John Hirst in her novel The Voyage Out.describes Strachey as the inspiration behind Cedric Furber in Wyndham Lewi ...
Jan IngenhouszIn 1778,, court physician to the Austrian Empress, repeated Priestley's experiment ...
John D. Rockefeller... town later became a favorite residence for many rich New Yorkers, including, who first moved to Tarrytown in 1893. Kykuit, Rockefeller's elaborate ma ...
Bernard WilliamsAccording to, Moore's use of the phrase 'naturalistic fallacy' to describe this partic ...
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Lewis Carroll... hed patients, most notably The Reverend Charles L. Dodgson (better known as) who had been a regular visitor to Ore House
Grand Empress Dowager Lü Zhi... rivate minting of coins. This decision was reversed in 186 BCE by his widow(d. 180 BCE), who abolished private minting. In 182 BCE, Lü Zhi issued a b ...
Torsten Hägerstrand... etition ; François Perroux's (1950) Economic Spaces: Theory and Application;'s (1953) Innovationsförloppet ur Korologisk Synpunkt; Edgar S. Dunn's (1 ...
James RossThe Ross Sea was discovered byin 1841. In the west of the Ross Sea is Ross Island with the Mt. Erebus vo ...
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Richard Bentley... ion), where Arbuthnot probably wrote the "Virgilius restauratus" satirizing
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David Lloyd George... llor of the Exchequer was longer than that of any of his predecessors since, who served from 1908–15. This was subsequently passed by Labour's Gordon ...
Rob Ford... f "Marg, Princess Warrior", conducting an ambush interview of Toronto Mayorat his home, which aired on 22 Minutes the following evening. Ford's react ...
Bill Clinton... e Roadless Initiative passed on 5 January 2001, during the last days of theAdministration, and the initiative prevented the construction of new roads ...
Harold Macmillan... e 1960s, under the 1962 Nassau Agreement that emerged from meetings betweenand John F. Kennedy, the United States would supply Britain with Polaris m ...
Elizabeth Jane HowardIn 1963, Hilary discovered Amis's love affair with novelist. Hilary and Amis separated in August; he went to live with Howard. He div ...
George Harrison... UK tour and shortly before he was due to perform at a memorial concert forwith The Rolling Stones. He had suffered from cardiac problems since the 1 ...
Murray Gell-MannThe word quark was coined by American physicist(b. 1929) in its present sense. It originally comes from the phrase "Three ...
Margaret Thatcher... e of conservative neoliberal politicians such as Ronald Reagan in the U.S.,in Britain, and Brian Mulroney in Canada, the Western welfare state was at ...
Dani Fernández... stors to the club leading to some unexpected signings, such as Sekou Cissé,and Stefan Babović
Charles Mingus... ngwriting, conducting (e.g., David Currie) or acting as a bandleader (e.g.,). In some regions there may not be enough work in music to make a living, ...
Augustus Wollaston Franks... tly by the University of London and the Society of Antiquaries in memory of. Sir Arthur Evans doubled the amount of money that went with the students ...
Joseph Priestley... ant's biomass comes from the inputs of photosynthesis, not the soil itself., a chemist and minister, discovered that, when he isolated a volume of ai ...
John Neville Keynes... April 1946 at the age of 62. Both of Keynes's parents outlived him: father(1852–1949) by three years, and mother Florence Ada Keynes (1861–1958) by ...
Isaac Newton... greatest scientific minds of the day to work on the problem, including Sir, and put up prizes for those who could demonstrate a working device or me ...
Anthony Braxton... umber of free musicians are well known, including saxophonists Evan Parker,and Peter Brötzmann, trombonist George Lewis, guitarist Derek Bailey, and ...
Rodney J. WoodsAlso, the City elected its first Commissioner of African-American descent,, in a landslide against a former commissioner
Bill Clinton... George W. Bush carried Texas County by two-to-one margins in 2000 and 2004.was the last Democratic presidential nominee to carry Texas County in 1992 ...
Benjamin Franklin... the first official U.S. stamps were created, 5 and 10 cent issues depictingand George Washington. A few other countries issued stamps in the late 184 ...
John Carmel Heenan... nce to the biblical quote of Jesus as a "sign that is spoken against." Said, Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster: "One of the proofs of God's favour i ...
Henry CowellThe idea of the event began in's philosophy of music. Cowell, a teacher to John Cage and later to Dick H ...
C. Wright Mills... itings were produced by such sociological luminaries as Talcott Parsons and. Parsons in particular imparted to Weber's works a functionalist, teleolo ...
Noam Chomsky... ate 1950s and early 1960s following the "cognitive revolution" initiated by's 1959 critique of behaviorism and empiricism more generally. The origins ...
Robert Axelrod... ender and receiver of that help, this tendency has been noted in studies bythat are summarized in his book The Evolution of Cooperation (1984). The s ...
Dorothy Whitelock... albraith's arguments were refuted to the satisfaction of most historians byin Genuine Asser, in 1967
Alan Turing... traced back as early as Descartes in the 17th century, and proceeding up toin the 1940s and '50s. The cognitive approach was brought to prominence by ...
Michael Faraday... pard Monge liquefied the first gas producing liquid sulfur dioxide in 1784.liquefied ammonia to cause cooling, Oliver Evans designed the first closed ...
Harold Wilson... sile submarines, later reduced to four by the incoming Labour government of, with 16 missiles to be carried on each ship. The Polaris Sales Agreement ...
Rodney Berman... and three councillors sit as Independents. The Leader of the Council, Cllr, is from the Liberal Democrats. The Liberal Democrats and Plaid Cymru hav ...
Ken Vandermark... of the spectrum, including trumpeters Rob Mazurek and Cuong Vu, saxophonist, guitarist Nels Cline, bassist Todd Sickafoose, keyboardist Craig Taborn, ...
Three Leagues... as an area with Catholic inhabitants under the suzerainty of the Protestant. It served as an important route to Italy for France and also it provided ...
A. S. Eddington... which Dingle considered overly speculative and not based on empirical data.was another target of Dingle's critique, and the ensuing debate eventually ...
Samuel Taylor Coleridge... an legend, and old English battles all featuring, and even an appearance by, and a speculative explanation of the writing of Kubla Khan, and what the ...
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe... ime to read the works of Homer, William Shakespeare, Friedrich Schiller and, and he saw London, Niagara Falls, and Rio de Janeiro during his stops in ...
Bill Clinton... s. While George W. Bush carried Madison County both times in 2000 and 2004,also carried the county both times in 1992 and 1996. Like many rural count ...
Lord Grenville... Wilberforce and Charles Fox led the campaign in the House of Commons, whileadvocated the cause in the House of Lords
Sarah Palin... d by some 3,000 people, including Vice-President Joe Biden, former Governor, current Governor Sean Parnell and three other former governors, 11 senat ...
Albert Einstein... etical constructs, rather than real objects. An important turning point was's (1905) and Marian Smoluchowski's (1906
Martin KamenSamuel Ruben andused radioactive isotopes to determine that the oxygen liberated in photos ...
Jürgen Habermas... social theorists, such as Theodor Adorno, Max Horkheimer, György Lukács and. Different elements of his thought were emphasized by Carl Schmitt, Josep ...
Jenny WillottIn Westminster, Cardiff is represented by(Liberal Democrat) in Cardiff Central, Jonathan Evans (Conservative) in Ca ...
Rudyard KiplingVisited by Somerset Maugham,, Noël Coward and Queen Elizabeth II among many others, Penang has always ...
Albert Einstein... Astronomical Society from 1951 to 1953, is best known for his opposition to's special theory of relativity and the protracted controversy that this p ...
Albert, Prince Consort... nand II of Portugal, and also a first cousin to Queen Victoria, her husband, Empress Carlota of Mexico and her brother Leopold II of Belgium. These l ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... ame Nuada probably derives from a Celtic stem *noudont- or *noudent-, whichsuggested was related to a Germanic root meaning "acquire, have the use of ...
Rod Blagojevich... plan to move under cover of darkness included the city's 50 aldermen, Gov., Federal Aviation Administration and Department of Homeland Security offi ...
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Charles II... enure at the pleasure of James I of England (VI of Scotland), Charles I and
Noam Chomsky... ch broader layers of the population, and were championed by figures such as. The 2003 invasion of Iraq led to a significant anti-war movement in whic ...
Sir Frank WhittleCoventry has been the home to several pioneers in science and engineering., the inventor of the jet engine, was from the city, as was the inventor J ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... Court of Faculties. The Court of Faculties is attached to the office of the
Hugh Trevor-Roper... n Bernadotte and Kersten came to public attention through British historian. In 1953, Trevor-Roper published an article based on an interview and doc ...
William Cullen... – The first documented public demonstration of artificial refrigeration by, Gaspard Monge liquefied the first gas producing liquid sulfur dioxide in ...
Edward Joseph O'HareEdward Henry "Butch" O'Hare was born in St. Louis, Missouri toand Selma O'Hare. Butch had two sisters, Patricia and Marilyn. When their ...
Khalid al-MihdharIn 1995, he and his childhood friend,, joined a group that went to fight alongside Bosnian Muslims in the Bosni ...
Elizabeth IIVisited by Somerset Maugham, Rudyard Kipling, Noël Coward and Queenamong many others, Penang has always been a popular tourist destination, b ...
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Robert Wyatt... n, a version of the song was a minor UK hit for former Soft Machine drummer
Anthony Barber... ibes an earlier period of rapid expansion under the tenure as chancellor ofin the Conservative government of Sir Edward Heath (1970 to 1974). Critics ...
Donald Broadbent... in the 1940s and '50s. The cognitive approach was brought to prominence by's book Perception and Communication in 1958. Since that time, the dominan ...
Ferdinand II of Portugal... Leopold I, first king of the Belgians. His father Augustus was a brother of, and also a first cousin to Queen Victoria, her husband Albert, Prince Co ...
Julie Morgan... embly Cardiff is represented by Jenny Rathbone (Labour) in Cardiff Central,(Labour) in Cardiff North, Vaughan Gething (Labour) in Cardiff South and P ...
Elliot Morley... Sovereign may however remove an individual from the Council. On 8 June 2011was expelled following his conviction on charges of false accounting in co ...
Emperor Ming of Southern Qi... Emperor's Wu's first cousin. He killed them in turn and crowned himself as. Using the government secretaries (典签官), he slaughtered all the descendan ...
Kara Walker... ment, grew up in Stockton and attended Tokay High School. Silhouette artistwas raised in Stockton, as was Maxine Hong Kingston, author of The Woman W ...
Charles Dickens... hail from Portsmouth or who have lived in the city include: famous authors– famous for such works as Oliver Twist, David Copperfield and the Pickwic ...
Winston Churchill... der the direction of the Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE). Prime Ministertasked the Royal Navy with helping locate and retrieve the wreckage so tha ...
Pope Paul VI... ust as cardinal bishops are given one of the suburban dioceses around Rome.abolished all administrative rights cardinals had with regard to their tit ...
Persi DiaconisBorn in Far Rockaway, New York, his first career (likea generation later) was stage magic. He then earned a BSc from the Univers ...
Daniel Burnham... vernor General Luke E. Wright, Burnham Park in honor of Baguio city planner, Governor Pack Road, and Session Road
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Martin SeligmanPsychologistprovides the acronym PERMA to summarize Positive Psychology's correlationa ...
James Cook... Endeavour, was a British Royal Navy research vessel commanded by Lieutenanton his first voyage of discovery, to Australia and New Zealand from 1769 t ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... useums and Galleries Act 1992. Prior to the 1963 Act, it was chaired by the, the Lord Chancellor and the Speaker of the House of Commons. The board w ...
Pridi Banomyong... to reflect its tradition associated with the French education system where, Thammasat's founding father was educated
The Duke of Kent... ose friend of the convicted Libyan gun smuggler Tarek Kaituni’. It was fromthat the Duke took over in this position, which involves him representing ...
Boris Aronson... staging. The set, designed in the style of Marc Chagall's paintings, was by. A colorful logo for the production, also inspired by Chagall's work, was ...
Joseph Priestley... of his attempt to investigate the law of electrical repulsions as stated byin England
George Davis Snell... Owen Chamberlain (Physics, 1959), K. Barry Sharpless (Chemistry, 2001), and(Physiology or Medicine, 1980). Educators include the current chancellor o ...
Bill Clinton... er Liberal Cabinet headed by Paul Martin (as well as many Americans such asand Barack Obama), made a policy distinction between conflicts in Afghanis ...
Walter Scott... e of poems had widespread influence on such writers as Goethe and the young, but there was controversy from the outset about Macpherson's claims to h ...
William Penn... as early as 1763-1769), Derr had purchased several tracts of land from thefamily and other neighboring land owners; the largest of which was known a ...
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Ray Lankester... nimal testing. The legislation was promoted by Charles Darwin, who wrote toin March 1871: "You ask about my opinion on vivisection. I quite agree tha ...
Dickens... here he had been publicized and acclaimed as no other visiting writer since, he returned to England where Old Wives' Tale was reappraised and hailed ...
Jonathan Evans... diff is represented by Jenny Willott (Liberal Democrat) in Cardiff Central,(Conservative) in Cardiff North, Alun Michael (Labour) in Cardiff South an ...
Victor S. Miller... ptic curves in cryptography was suggested independently by Neal Koblitz andin 1985
Samuel Pepys... g mathematics and medicine, including Dr. John Radcliffe, Isaac Newton, and. However, Arbuthnot lacked the money to be a full-time student and was al ...
Harold Wilson... d of November 1967, earlier than had been planned by British Prime Ministerand without an agreement on the succeeding governance. Their enemies, the ...
Niels Bohr... ed the strange properties of the photoelectric effect. The Danish physicistused this same constant in 1913 to explain the stability of Rutherford’s a ...
Daniel Burnham... e residence of the American governor-general. The famous American architect, one of the earliest successful modern city planners, laid a meticulous p ...
Pope John XXIII... an sees (who had been relieved of direct responsibilities for those sees bythree years earlier). Not holding a suburbicarian see, they cannot elect t ...
Neal Koblitz... . The use of elliptic curves in cryptography was suggested independently byand Victor S. Miller in 1985
Rodney King... Watts Riots, the videotaped 1991 beating by Los Angeles Police officers of, and the riot following their acquittal have been suggested by some peopl ...
John Ashbery... Progress of Stories (1935) would later be highly esteemed by, among others,and Harry Mathews. Between 1936 and 1939 Riding and Graves lived in Englan ...
Thomas Pynchon... ntly subterranean): for example, postmodern authors such as Don DeLillo andseem to have been influenced by Gaddis (indeed, upon publication of V., Py ...
Kendrick Frazier... he name The Zetetic and retitled after a few months under the editorship of, former editor of Science News. Cecil Adams of The Straight Dope calls Sk ...
William PennUpper Dublin dates back to 1684, when Edward Tanner was granted land byin the Province of Pennsylvania and named it "Upper and Lower Dublin." Low ...
Andrew Waugh... her restricted work to the last three months of the year. In November 1847,, the British made several observations from Sawajpore station located in ...
John Julius Norwich... simplest terms, the loss of the Eastern Roman Empire's Anatolian heartland.says in his trilogy on the Byzantine Empire that the defeat was "its death ...
Charles Darwin... fically aimed at regulating animal testing. The legislation was promoted by, who wrote to Ray Lankester in March 1871: "You ask about my opinion on v ...
John CageStockhausen, along with, is one of the few avant-garde composers to have succeeded in penetrating ...
Richard Attenborough... inting artist John Walker. The prize was awarded by celebrity presenter Sir
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Richard Hakluyt... retaliation, the village was sacked and burned. English writer and courtier's contemporary reports of the first voyage to Virginia, compiled from acc ...
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Charles II... was very politically astute and secured the charter from the newly restored, who granted the most liberal political terms
Duke of RichmondDuring February 1844, theinitiated the Central Agricultural Protection Society (CAPS, commonly know ...
Andrew Waugh... ial English name by the Royal Geographical Society upon a recommendation by, the British . Waugh named the mountain after his predecessor in the post ...
Charles IIThe principal advisor to, the Earl of Clarendon remarked on the matter, "and from those contestati ...
Tarō Asō... nd nationalist, he enjoyed the respect of his colleagues and enemies alike., the 92nd Prime Minister of Japan, is a great-great-grandson of Ōkubo Tos ...
Charles François de Cisternay du FayBy the mid—18th century the French chemisthad discovered two types of static electricity, and that like charges repe ...
John Carey... positive view of his work became widely accepted. The noted English criticwas a major influence on his rehabilitation. He praises him in his 1992 bo ...
Frank Drake... ns, an idea that he had first developed informally with American astronomerin 1975. In the novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by ...
Daniel DennettIn his book "Kinds of Minds", philosopherwrote, "Dualism...and Vitalism (the view that living things contain some s ...
Manfred R. Schroeder... in the excitating sound build up in notably different sound waves. In 1964,published "A new method of Measuring Reverberation Time" in the Journal of ...
Isaac Newton... olars then teaching mathematics and medicine, including Dr. John Radcliffe,, and Samuel Pepys. However, Arbuthnot lacked the money to be a full-time ...
Bam MargeraTV-Starand his friends travelled to Rovaniemi in their movie in order to find San ...
Pope Paul VIIn 1965decreed in his motu proprio Ad Purpuratorum Patrum that patriarchs of the ...
Heath Ledger... Actor award for Geoffrey Rush and Gregor Jordan's 1999 film Two Hands gavehis first leading role. After Ledger's successful transition to Hollywood, ...
John D. Barrow... of universal gravitation. While Kant's argument is historically important,says that it "...gets the punch-line back to front: it is the three-dimens ...
George V... rincipally at English speakers in the outposts of the British Empire, or asput it in the first-ever , the "men and women, so cut off by the snow, the ...
Walter Burkert... the name is the Mycenaean Greek a-re, written in Linear B syllabic script.notes that "Ares is apparently an ancient abstract noun meaning throng of ...
Noam ChomskyAcademicargues that Drug laws are currently, and have historically, been used by t ...
Alan Ayckbourn... music, and comic books. This led to imaginative adaptations of two plays by, and two different styles of musical in On connaît la chanson (Same Old S ...
Charles II... stic office despite the changes through the course of several monarchs fromto George I. A comic opera covers a later period in 18th century history, ...
Claudia Jordan... and the show. Following the departures of Nikki Ziering, Heather Kozar andin the 2000s (decade), producers decided to use a rotating cast of models ...
Sir Karl Popper... be able to see that I fully accept the recent philosophical achievements ofwith his concept of three worlds. I was a dualist, now I am a trialist! Ca ...
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala... wo consecutive years), Francis Ford Coppola, Mario Puzo, Alvin Sargent, and
Bill Clinton... eorge W. Bush carried Ripley County by two-to-one margins in 2000 and 2004,won the county both times in 1992 and 1996. Like most of the rural countie ...
Catherine de' Medici... n a box called a cadena; this usage was introduced to the French court with's entourage
Adrian Edmondson... red on BBC2 between 1991 and 1995. It was written by and starring comic duoand Rik Mayall as Richie and Eddie, two flatmates living on the dole in Ha ...
Brian Friel... at the time on the occasion of the 75th birthday of Anne Friel, playwright's wife. He read the works of Henning Mankell, Donna Leon and Robert Harri ...
Norbert Wiener... scientist combining physics and philosophy. Together with Warren McCulloch,, John von Neumann, Lawrence J. Fogel, and others, Heinz von Foerster was ...
Adam Smithand David Hume were the founding fathers of anti-mercantilist thought. A n ...
Samuel Wilberforce... Barbara (b. 1799), Elizabeth (b. 1801), Robert Isaac Wilberforce (b. 1802),(b. 1805) and Henry William Wilberforce (b. 1807). Wilberforce was an indu ...
Joseph Larmor... approach was suggested by Hendrik Lorentz along with George FitzGerald and. Both Larmor (1897) and Lorentz (1899, 1904) derived the Lorentz transfor ...
Karl MarxHighgate Cemetery is the burial place of, Michael Faraday, Douglas Adams, George Eliot, Jacob Bronowski, Sir Ralph ...
George IV... he final three joint rulers (1760–1837), there was only one short visit, byin 1821. From 1816 to 1837 Viceroy Adolphus represented the monarch in Han ...
John Winthrop the Younger... territory. By the 1640s, he began to grant land to the Pequot War veterans., the son of the governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony was among those ...
Lewis Carroll... ing company as "a metaphorical fugue on minds and machines in the spirit of"
Isaac Newton... e same time was put on the board trying to publish the Historia coelestius.and Edmund Halley wanted it published immediately, to support their work o ...
Winston Churchill... ich derives its fame from the Potsdam Conference of the World War II allies, Harry Truman and Joseph Stalin in 1945. The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower in ...
Nikolaus Pevsner... of the buildings are listed, including the Cheltenham Synagogue, judged byto be one of the architecturally "best" non-Anglican ecclesiastical buildi ...
Zoe Karbonopsina... , he fell out with Leo VI over the latter's fourth marriage to his mistress. Although he reluctantly baptized the fruit of this relationship, the fut ...
Andrew Sarris... ough it is implied that nuclear warfare has destroyed humanity, film criticnotes that the episode's necessarily unrealistic format may have been what ...
David Lloyd GeorgeDuring the Second Dáil the Irish Republic and the British Government ofagreed to hold peace negotiations. As President of Dáil Éireann (Priomh Ai ...
Louis XVIII... 2, when Hugo was only twenty years old, and earned him a royal pension from. Though the poems were admired for their spontaneous fervor and fluency, ...
Robin Cook MP... ng personal attack on the Prime Minister, calling his behaviour 'reckless'.and a few other government ministers resigned to the backbenches over the ...
Fulton J. Sheen... broadcasting in the Spring of 1949. Another television preacher of note was, who successfully switched to television in 1951 after two decades of pop ...
Donald Trump... FL quarterback. He was selected by the USFL's New Jersey Generals (owned by) in the 1985 territorial draft, which took place months before the 1985 N ...
William Thomson... athematical tripos training in mathematical analysis; the Glasgow physicistand his circle of associates established a new mathematical physics relati ...
Ronald Knox... s the end of his life, he converted to Roman Catholicism. He had hoped that, a Roman Catholic priest and writer whom he admired, would instruct him i ...
John VI of Portugal... one another. In the Portuguese colony, the heir apparent Pedro, son of King, proclaimed the country's independence in 1822 and became Brazil's first ...
Rudyard Kipling... during this period. In 1907, the Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to
Neil Gaiman... written for the series include Paul Jenkins, Warren Ellis, Brian Azzarello,, Grant Morrison, Denise Mina, and currently Peter Milligan
Max Born... an a “classical” mechanics, formulated in matrix-form by Werner Heisenberg,, and Pascual Jordan in 1925, were based on the probabilistic relationship ...
George FitzGeraldA more theoretical approach was suggested by Hendrik Lorentz along withand Joseph Larmor. Both Larmor (1897) and Lorentz (1899, 1904) derived the ...
Travis Barker... d in 2005, leading Hoppus to form the band +44 with fellow Blink-182 member. Blink-182 then announced their reformation in 2009. However, Hoppus stat ...
Robert Isaac Wilberforce... than ten years: William (b. 1798), Barbara (b. 1799), Elizabeth (b. 1801),(b. 1802), Samuel Wilberforce (b. 1805) and Henry William Wilberforce (b. ...
William Hyde WollastonBy the 1810smade improvements to the galvanic cell
WOOD-TV... s that serve the entire market are receivable in Kalamazoo, including WWMT,(NBC), WXMI (Fox), WZPX (Ion) and WLLA (religious). Some channels based in ...
Duke of Wellington... ng scale and during the next year Huskisson and the new Prime Minister, the, devised a new sliding scale for the Importation of Corn Act 1828 whereby ...
Otto Luening... concrète approach that Davis and producer Teo Macero (who had studied withat Columbia University's Computer Music Center) had begun to explore in th ...
John James Audubon... squirrels," probably in reference to the sound they make. In the mid-1800s,and his sons included a lithograph of the chipmunk in their Viviparous Qua ...
Ludovic Kennedy... k returned to the BBC as Sir Arthur Streeb-Greebling for an appearance within A Life in Pieces. The 12 interviews saw Sir Arthur recount his life bas ...
Charles II... tability (some would say amorality) over half a century, from the reigns ofto George I. Over this period, he embraced whichever form of liturgy, Prot ...
Harold WilsonIn 1964, the new British government underannounced their intention to hand over power to the Federation of South Ar ...
Zachary Macaulay... Trade began meeting again, strengthened with prominent new members such as, Henry Brougham and James Stephen. In June 1804, Wilberforce's bill to ab ...
Peter Ustinovplayed Poirot a total of six times, starting with Death on the Nile (1978) ...
Ludwig III of Bavaria... A year later, Ludwig deposed his cousin, Otto, and proclaimed himself King. During the First World War, Ludwig's eldest son, Crown Prince Rupprecht, ...
Hugh Latimer... lerk or registrar of the court of requests which the Protector, possibly at's instigation, illegally set up in Somerset House to hear poor men's comp ...
Samuel Pepys... ner of the Mayflower, and was also a base for that ship. The famous diaristwas the Member of Parliament for Harwich. Christopher Newport, captain of ...
WXMI... e entire market are receivable in Kalamazoo, including WWMT, WOOD-TV (NBC),(Fox), WZPX (Ion) and WLLA (religious). Some channels based in the norther ...
Joseph GlanvillThe Drummer of Tedworth is a report of supernatural activity byin the West Country of England, in his Saducismus Triumphatus. The book's ...
Prince George of DenmarkIn 1702, he was at Epsom when, husband of Queen Anne fell ill. According to tradition, Arbuthnot treate ...
Andrew Huxley... hysiology or Medicine for his work on the synapse. He shared the prize withand Alan Lloyd Hodgkin
Julie Taymor... ued Broadway version of Icarus," loosely modeled after Spider-Man director,
James Clerk Maxwell... Electricity and Magnetism, an 1873 treatise on electromagnetism written by, eleven general equations of the electromagnetic field are listed and the ...
Douglas Hofstadter... del, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid (commonly GEB) is a 1979 book by, described by his publishing company as "a metaphorical fugue on minds an ...
Chinua AchebeThings Fall Apart is a novel written by Nigerianpublished in 1958. The novel depicts influences of British colonialism and ...
Éamon de Valera... ns. As President of Dáil Éireann (Priomh Aire, or literally First Minister)was the highest official in the Republic at this time but was notionally o ...
Eleanor of Aquitaine... d to England to raise the king's ransom. Richard wrote to his mother, Queen, that Walter should be chosen for the see of Canterbury, as well as to th ...
Murray BarrA Barr body (named after discoverer) is the inactive X chromosome in a female somatic cell, rendered inactive ...
WLLA... ble in Kalamazoo, including WWMT, WOOD-TV (NBC), WXMI (Fox), WZPX (Ion) and(religious). Some channels based in the northern part of the market reach ...
Hugh HefnerIn 1992 Smith was chosen byto appear on the cover of the March issue of Playboy, where she was listed ...
Lewis Mumford... , published in 1876, had an initial printing of only 350 copies. The criticfound a copy of the poem in the New York Public Library in 1925 "with its ...
Pope Paul VI... limit of 70, and this continued under his successors. At the start of 1971,set an age limit of eighty years for electors, who were to number no more ...
Alessandro VoltaGalvani's scientific colleagues generally accepted his views, butrejected the idea of an "animal electric fluid," replying that the frog's ...
William Butler Yeats... Cheechako and John Masefield's Ballads and Poems. Future Nobel Prize winnerwas devoting much of his energy to the Abbey Theatre and writing for the s ...
Jason DonovanThe World War II drama Blood Oath (1990) debuted both Russell Crowe and, in minor cinematic roles. Crowe demonstrated his versatility as an actor ...
Romanos Lekapenos... ther failures, she and her supporters were supplanted in 919 by the admiral, who married his daughter Helena Lekapene to Constantine VII and finally ...
Michael FaradayHighgate Cemetery is the burial place of Karl Marx,, Douglas Adams, George Eliot, Jacob Bronowski, Sir Ralph Richardson, Chri ...
Fulton J. Sheen... o Pulpit on NBC received 4,000 letters weekly and Roman Catholic archbishopreceived between 3,000–6,000 letters weekly. The total radio audience for ...
John Playfair... tatements of his geological ideas (though not his thoughts on evolution) byin 1802 and then Charles Lyell in the 1830s popularised the concept of an ...
J. R. R. TolkienThe Black Speech is a fictional language created by
Gene Amdahl... l's law, also known as Amdahl's argument, is named after computer architect, and is used to find the maximum expected improvement to an overall syste ...
George Grosz... schools, and Art reflected the new ideas of the time, with artists such asbeing fined for defaming the military and for blasphemy
Allen Tate... e Laura Riding Gottschalk. She became associated with the Fugitives through, and they published her poems in The Fugitive magazine. Her first marriag ...
André-Marie Ampère... aking advance, although he left further work on electromagnetism to others.quickly repeated Oestred's experiment, and formulated them mathematically
Nicholas Serota... lly and internationally, as well as who are rising stars. Tate Director Sirhas been the Chair of the jury since his tenure at the Tate (with the exce ...
Albert EinsteinThe concept of fields was introduced by, among others, Faraday.wrote
Bill Clinton... osted the Sharm El-Sheikh "Summit of the Peacemakers" attended by Presidentand other world leaders
Charles Lyell... as (though not his thoughts on evolution) by John Playfair in 1802 and thenin the 1830s popularised the concept of an infinitely repeating cycle, tho ...
PauliniIn 2004, Australian Idol finalist's debut single "Angel Eyes" and album One Determined Heart both reached n ...
Adam Smith... therlands remained supreme in this field. Due to its popularity at the time's Wealth of Nations was banned due to its criticism of government control ...
Robert BoyleFurther work was conducted by Otto von Guericke,, Stephen Gray and C. F. du Fay. In the 18th century, Benjamin Franklin co ...
Shelagh DelaneyThe works for which she is now best remembered are probably's A Taste of Honey (1958), which gained great critical acclaim, and the s ...
Norbert WienerHe knew well and was in conversation with John von Neumann,, Humberto Maturana, Francisco Varela, Gordon Pask, Gregory Bateson, Lawre ...
Thomas Hardy... of Henry Vaughan. The deaths of three of his closest friends, Edmund Gosse,and Frankie Schuster (the publisher), within a short space of time, came a ...
Home Riggs Popham... y forces tried to invade the area of the Rio de la Plata, at the command ofand William Carr Beresford, and John Whitelocke. The invasions were repell ...
Neil Gaiman... k, which includes several jarring authorial intrusions, which fellow authordescribed as "patronising and unfair"
Richard Feynman... hen later confirmed experimentally by Heinrich Hertz in 1887. The physicistpredicted that, "The American Civil War will pale into provincial insignif ...
Max Müller... 5/1875-76, written on birch bark in bold Sharada, was only in part used byfor his edition of the Rigveda with Sayana's commentary
Robert Wyatt... Costello interpreted the character of Chief of Police, with Barbara Bonney,, Sting and Amanda Roocroft, and the album reached No. 2 in the Billboard ...
Robert Penn Warren... ion of Melville's claims as a great American poet was the poet and novelist, who issued a selection of Melville's poetry prefaced by an admiring and ...
Robert Peel... They arise from the attempted assassination of the British Prime Minister,, in 1843 by Daniel M'Naghten. In fact, M'Naghten fired a pistol at the ba ...
James Gibbs... rt of the complex, it was designed around 1715 by either Lord Burlington or, who also designed the ‘Pagan Temple’ in the gardens. James Gibbs was sac ...
Charles Darwin... ks had widespread influence, not least on the up and coming young geologistwho read them with enthusiasm during his voyage on the Beagle, and has bee ...
Guy Sebastian... as the winner of an early series of Australian Idol, soul singer/songwriterhas also made an impact on this genre in Australia winning awards at the U ...
Charles II... ore the restoration of the monarchy, the Protector's Council was abolished.restored the royal Privy Council, but he, like previous Stuart monarchs, c ...
Romanos I... e supporters of Euthymios followed, which did not end until the new EmperorLekapenos promulgated the Tomos of Union in 920. In the meantime Alexander ...
Robert Lowell... ; his verse is renowned for elegance, purity, speed, and fury, and for whatdescribed as a 'diamond-edge', and the 'glory of its hard, electric rage'. ...
Humphry DavySir's work with electrolysis led to the conclusion that the production of ele ...
William Whewell... ibed as Lyell's first disciple. In a comment on the arguments of the 1830s,coined the term uniformitarianism to describe Lyell's version of the ideas ...
Malcolm McLaren... lph Richardson, Christina Rossetti, Sir Sidney Nolan, Alexander Litvinenko,, and Radclyffe Hall
Andrew Johnson... in the state and features call boxes built prior to the American Civil War., later president of the United States, was an apprentice tailor in Moores ...
Alan Bullock... cal police, ignored the order. Researchers, including William L. Shirer and, are of the opinion that the NSDAP itself was responsible for starting th ...
Hans Krebs... arly 20th century. One of the most prolific of these modern biochemists waswho made huge contributions to the study of metabolism. He discovered the ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... Becket acquired a position in the household of Theobald of Bec, by now the
Ernest Rutherford... perty of matter, and isolated the radioactive elements radium and polonium.and Frederick Soddy identified two of Becquerel’s forms of radiation with ...
Louis R. Gottschalk... lished her poems in The Fugitive magazine. Her first marriage, to historian(1899–1975), ended in divorce in 1925, at the end of which year she went t ...
David Foster Wallace... as well as authors such as Joseph McElroy, William Gass, David Markson, and, who have all stated their admiration for Gaddis in general and The Recog ...
Oliver HeavisideThe origin of the loading coil can be found in the work ofon the theory of transmission lines. Heaviside (1881) represented the line ...
Benjamin FranklinThe American scientist, who suffered from both myopia and presbyopia, invented bifocals. Serious ...
King Charles II... ry of New Providence begins in 1664 when James, Duke of York and brother to, purchased the land from the Lenni Lenape Native Americans. This acquisit ...
John Flamsteed... ley wanted it published immediately, to support their work on orbits, while, the Royal Astronomer whose observations they were, wanted to keep the da ...
Abraham Rees... ng technology. Encyclopaedias such as Harris's Lexicon Technicum (1704) and's Cyclopaedia (1802–1819) contain much of value. Cyclopaedia contains an ...
William Diller Matthew... valid Albertosaurus material were reassigned to a different genus: in 1922renamed A. sarcophagus into Deinodon sarcophagus and in 1939 German paleon ...
Manmohan Singh... nistration of the affairs of the executive. The incumbent prime minister is, in office since 22 May 2004
Taylor Branch... ller, Damon Strange, who worked for a leader of the Ku Klux Klan. Historiancalled the conviction of Damon Strange a "breakthrough verdict" on p. 391 ...
Gabrielle Carteris... is version are Jason Priestley, Shannen Doherty, Jennie Garth, Ian Ziering,, Luke Perry, Brian Austin Green, Douglas Emerson, Tori Spelling
Scott FahlmanZawinski's early career included stints with's Lisp research group at Carnegie Mellon University, Expert Technologies, ...
Edward VII... es from 1403. The office was raised to the dignity of lord mayor in 1910 by"in view of the position occupied by that city as the chief city of East A ...
Ernest Augustus... herited by males. As a consequence, Hanover passed to William IV's brother,, and remained a kingdom until 1866, when it was annexed by Prussia during ...
Bill Clinton... has been cited as the favorite film of Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and
Paul Muldoon... d to build their large existing archive from Irish writers including Yeats,, Ciaran Carson, Michael Longley and other members of the The Belfast Grou ...
Charles Darwin... ular conditions and was evidence of benevolent design in nature. Studies of's notebooks have shown that Darwin arrived separately at the idea of natu ...
James RandiAccording to, controlled tests by several other researchers, eliminating several sourc ...
KTLA... p station of the Dodgers during the team's first 36 seasons in Los Angeles.would broadcast Dodger games from 1993 to 2001 and KCOP from 2002 to 2005
John LennonIn a 1972 interview on the Dick Cavett Show,stated that James Connolly was an inspiration for his song, Woman Is the N ...
William BeveridgeIn the UK, the Labour Party was influenced by the British social reformer, who had identified five "Giant Evils" afflicting the working class of th ...
Desmond O'Malley... romise not to "stand idly by"). A minority of ministers - two, according to- would have favoured such a course, but the Irish Army was completely unp ...
Hilda Ellis Davidson... that "half-goddesses" stand higher than "half-gods" in Germanic mythology.(1948) states that Hel "as a goddess" in surviving sources seems to belong ...
Johnny TorrioLuciano, under the urging of, set up the Mafia's governing body, organizing The Commission with the Ma ...
Margaret Thatcher... the 1979 elections resulted in the victory of its Conservative Party underin 1979. Industrialized countries, except Japan, experienced an economic r ...
Nicholas Serota... ring, a prize judge (Lynn Barber) writing in the press, and a speech by Sir(about the purchase of a trustee's work)
Giuseppe Caprio... des, he was not the naive idealist his critics made him out to be. Cardinal, the substitute Papal Secretary of State, said that John Paul quickly acc ...
William Pennpresented the tract of land around present day Upper Moreland Township to ...
Eugênio de Araújo Sales... cardinals are barred from the conclave. The current cardinal protopriest isof Brazil
Paul McCartney... f concerts took place in the park, including performances by Van Halen, Sir, Celine Dion, Rammstein, Sir Elton John and Metallica
Adam Smith... to the remainder of society in this sense may be deemed to be "antisocial".wrote that a society "may subsist among different men, as among different ...
Nikola TeslaIn 1891,established his Houston Street laboratory. Much of Tesla's research was lo ...
Daniel Burnham... ark to become the center of government and a design commission was given toto create a master plan for the city patterned after Washington D.C.. Thes ...
James Q. Wilson... n windows policing was another, related approach introduced in the 1980s byand George L. Kelling, who suggested that police should pay greater attent ...
Ludwig WittgensteinVon Foerster was influenced by the Vienna Circle and. He worked in the field of cybernetics and is known as the inventor of se ...
Bill Gates... oele" is located in the mountains of Lānai and was designed by Greg Norman.was married on the 12th hole tee-box at The Challenge at Manele
Bill Dally... he CSX700 (2008) has 192. Stream Processors is headed by computer architect. Their Storm-1 processor (2007) contains 80 SIMD cores controlled by a MI ...
Clement Attlee... ister in the world: Chris Watson. In 1945, the British Labour Party, led by, was elected to office based upon a radical socialist programme. Social D ...
Pope John XXIII... on rare occasions, generally due to a building falling into disrepair. Whenabolished the limit, he began to add new churches to the list, which Popes ...
Peter Norvig... rnegie Mellon University, Expert Technologies, Inc. and Robert Wilensky and's group at Berkeley. In the early 1990s, he was hired by Richard P. Gabri ...
Ruth Prawer Jhabvala... r, whose novels A Room with a View and Howards End resulted in two wins for
Alessandro Volta... ctricity was the medium by which nerve cells passed signals to the muscles.'s battery, or voltaic pile, of 1800, made from alternating layers of zinc ...
Richard Attenborough... ngs used the same actors in a lot of their films, including Ian Carmichael,, Terry-Thomas, Dennis Price, John Le Mesurier, Irene Handl and Miles Mall ...
Geri AllenWithWith Arcana With Chet Baker With George Cables With Ron Carter With Stanle ...
Benjamin Franklin... Union. The county was organized in 1818 and is named after Founding Father
Dana Redd,is the Mayor of Camden. She is a member of the Mayors Against Illegal Guns ...
James Cook... . The island name was first written in English, in 1778 by British explorerand his crew members. They wrote it as "Owhyhee" or "Owhyee". Explorers Mo ...
Bill Clinton... ier Field. Numerous dignitaries attended, including United States President, Chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl and President of Bolivia Gonzalo Sánch ...
Francis Crick... y "holding positions" on the pathway to mechanistic understanding. In 1967,, the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA, stated "And so to those of yo ...
Richard BaxterHowever,ascribes the origin of the term to a remark made by Queen Henrietta Maria ...
Oliver Heaviside#Equation (54) is an equation thatreferred to as 'Faraday's law'. This equation caters for the time varying ...
Robert Stephenson... he Tyne Bridge of 1928 which was built by Dorman Long of Middlesbrough, and's High Level Bridge of 1849, the first road/rail bridge in the world
Yaa Asantewaa... of Samory Ture's new-founded Wassoulou Empire in 1898 and the Ashanti queenin 1902, most West African military resistance to colonial rule came to an ...
Leon Fleisher... oles was on October 11, 2008, in an all-Beethoven program featuring pianistperforming the Emperor Concerto
Albert Einstein... cal new physical theories also began to emerge in this same period. In 1905, then a Bern patent clerk, argued that the speed of light was a constant ...
Benjamin Franklin... Guericke, Robert Boyle, Stephen Gray and C. F. du Fay. In the 18th century,conducted extensive research in electricity, selling his possessions to fu ...
Michael FaradayIn 1832,'s experiments led him to state his two laws of electrochemistry. In 1836, ...
Aneurin Bevan... insurance and state pensions were introduced by the 1945 Labour government., who had introduced the Labour Party's National Health Service in 1948, c ...
King George VI... x years after he stepped down as prime minister, elevated to the peerage byas the Viscount Bennett of Mickleham in the County of Surrey and of Calgar ...
James Connolly... Despite his opposition to communism and socialism, he sometimes worked with, who also supported Irish nationalism
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KTTVDodgers games are also aired on former flagshipChannel 11 as part of the Major League Baseball on Fox package, as well as ...
William Charles Wells... t in Edinburgh of ideas of selection in nature as set out by Hutton, and byand Patrick Matthew who had both been associated with the city before publ ...
Richard P. Gabriel... y and Peter Norvig's group at Berkeley. In the early 1990s, he was hired by's Lucid Inc. where he was eventually put to work on Lucid's Energize C++ ...
Leszek KołakowskiAlthough's works were officially banned in Poland, underground copies of them infl ...
Harold Pinter... ipt to Karel Reisz's movie The French Lieutenant's Woman (1980), written by, is a film-within-a-film adaptation of John Fowles's book. In addition to ...
John Herschel... le toy figures of John Stuart Mill, poet Felicia Hemans, and astronomer Sir. Youthful inventiveness finds a way, however
Richard Attenborough... st marriage to Michael Attenborough, the son of British film actor/director, lasted from 1971 to 1973. Her second marriage to Geoffrey Planer lasted ...
Merce CunninghamSigur Rós collaborated with Radiohead in October 2003 to compose music for's dance piece Split Sides; Sigur Rós’s three tracks were named Ba Ba Ti K ...
John Lydon... ums for the band Public Image Limited, fronted by former Sex Pistols singer, on their 1986 release album/cassette/compact disc (the album title varie ...
Max PerutzThe first protein structures to be solved were hemoglobin and myoglobin, byand Sir John Cowdery Kendrew, respectively, in 1958. The first atomic-reso ...
Michael Longley... ng archive from Irish writers including Yeats, Paul Muldoon, Ciaran Carson,and other members of the The Belfast Group
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George Antheil... ncluded the phonographic playback of a nightingale recording. Also in 1924,created a work titled Ballet Mécanique with instrumentation that included ...
Tori Spelling... ering, Gabrielle Carteris, Luke Perry, Brian Austin Green, Douglas Emerson,
Alan Dershowitz... at Camp David came from the Palestinian side, none from the Israeli side.", an Israel advocate and a law professor at Harvard University, said that ...
Lynne Featherstone... he Hampstead and Kilburn constituency, formed at the 2010 general election.is the Liberal Democrat MP for the Hornsey and Wood Green constituency, wh ...
Max Planck... antities (“quanta”), according to a constant that the theoretical physicisthad posited in 1900 to arrive at an accurate theory for the distribution o ...
Oliver HeavisideThe need for loading coils was discovered byin studying the disappointing slow speed of the Transatlantic telegraph ca ...
James Clerk Maxwell... a dynamics analysis of the centrifugal governor, conducted by the physicistin 1868 entitled On Governors. This described and analyzed the phenomenon ...
George II... amed after the George Montagu, 4th Duke of Manchester, as suggested by King, who approved the royal patent on March 26, 1759. Montague was incorporat ...
Thomas Henry Huxley... ion of "Why does opium cause sleep?" with "Because of its soporific power."compared vitalism to stating that water is the way it is because of its "a ...
Jared Diamond... n of wheat began to spread beyond the Fertile Crescent after about 8000 BC.traces the spread of cultivated emmer wheat starting in the Fertile Cresce ...
Ice-T... festival in Los Angeles and San Francisco with artists such as Soundgarden,, Indigo Girls, Queen Latifah, Iggy Pop, The Charlatans, The Cramps and Pu ...
PolyperchonWhen Antipater died in 319 BC, he gave the regentship to, excluding Cassander, his son. Antigonus and the other dynasts refused to ...
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Hideki Yukawa... he laws governing the uncertainties inherent in the quantum world. Notably,proposed that the positive charges of the nucleus were kept together court ...
Locke'sSubscribing toempiricist viewpoint involving the tabula rasa, Herbart believed that the ...
Mario Vargas Llosa... ique Cardoso, Ernesto Zedillo, Cesar Gaviria, Paulo Coelho, Enrique Santos,, Moisés Naím, Tomas Eloy Martine
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T. Dan Smith... rt of Grainger Town as a prelude to the modernist rebuilding initiatives of, the leader of Newcastle City Council. A corruption scandal was uncovered ...
Leon Golub... ing consequences of a contemporary bombing of a small, ancient Basque town.'s Interrogation III (1981), depicts a female nude, hooded detainee strapp ...
Michael FaradayAndré-Marie Ampère in 1819-1820;invented the electric motor in 1821, and Georg Ohm mathematically analyse ...
Charles IIAfter the Restoration, Kingand his successor James II visited Hampton Court but largely preferred to ...
Ambrose Philips... d him to undertake this task in order to ridicule the Arcadian pastorals of, who had been praised by a short-lived contemporary publication The Guard ...
Thomas Spring-Rice... icability". He submitted a copy of this to the Chancellor of the Exchequer,, on 4 January 1837. This first edition was marked "private and confidenti ...
Adam Smith... antilist writers presenting an overarching scheme for the ideal economy, aswould later do for classical economics. Rather, each mercantilist writer t ...
Winston Churchill... ied Europe. The Allied leaders, Franklin D. Roosevelt of the United States,of the United Kingdom and Joseph Stalin of the USSR, had agreed in general ...
Adelaide of Susa... 078. He ruled only nominally, as true power was in the hands of his mother,
Pope Benedict XVI... ates, two Fields Medalists, twelve Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize winners,, Heinrich Heine, Friedrich Nietzsche and Joseph Schumpeter. In the years ...
Pope John Paul IIIn Solicitudo Rei Socialis, a major document of Catholic Social Teaching,identifies the concept of solidarity with the poor and marginalized as a c ...
King Edward VII... he set up the National Council to campaign against the visit to Ireland ofhis consort Alexandra of Denmark
Paulson... e are called parameters by some authors (e.g., Prawitz, "Natural Deduction";, "Designing a theorem prover"). Parameters locally defined within the pr ...
Allan Bloom... into moral and political decay. Robert Bork's Slouching Toward Gommorah and's The Closing of the American Mind are famous expressions of this point o ...
Robert Hanbury Brown... the second to be discovered. The diameter of Sirius A was first measured byand Richard Q. Twiss in 1959 at Jodrell Bank using their stellar intensity ...
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Bryan R. Wilson... ons merely based on negative experiences of some members. Sociologists likewrite about some former members of any religious group who may have psycho ...
KCAL-TV... West ballparks) for both flagship radio station KLAC and television outletsand Prime Ticket. Scully is simulcast for the first three innings of each ...
Edward Gibbon... appeared: The Rise of the Russian Empire, a historical study modelled upon's The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
King Edward VIIgranted Cardiff city status on 28 October 1905, and the city acquired a Ro ...
Kenneth E. Iverson... P. Sharp Associates' Sharp APL product. Unlike most other APL interpreters,had some influence in the way nested arrays were implemented in Sharp APL ...
André-Marie Ampère... ity of electric and magnetic phenomena, is due to Hans Christian Ørsted andin 1819-1820; Michael Faraday invented the electric motor in 1821, and Geo ...
Édouard-Raymond FabreGeorge-Étienne Cartier married Hortense Fabre, daughter of, former Mayor of Montreal
Cassander... Antipater died in 319 BC, he gave the regentship to Polyperchon, excluding, his son. Antigonus and the other dynasts refused to recognize Polypercho ...
Richard Price... of Chances which was read to the Royal Society in 1763 after Bayes's death.shepherded the work through this presentation and its publication in the P ...
Wesley J. SmithAuthor and anthropocentrism defenderhas written that human exceptionalism is what gives rise to human duties t ...
Tim Hunt... cis Crick Graduate Lectures. The first two lectures were by John Gurdon and
Henry V... ns; his success was partly due to the military skill of his son, the future. Henry V's own reign, which began in 1413, was largely free from domestic ...
Charles II of England... ox, 2nd Duke of Richmond, a legitimate descendant of an illegitimate son of. In 1744, Lady Caroline eloped with Henry Fox, a politician who was eight ...
Albert EinsteinWhile spacetime can be viewed as a consequence of's 1905 theory of special relativity, it was first explicitly proposed mat ...
Sir Rowland HillThe Englishmanstarted to take an interest in postal reform in 1835. In 1836, a Member of ...
Paul Volcker... former U.S. Secretary of State George P. Schultz and Federal Reserve chair; Carlos Fuentes, Mexican writer and public intellectual; John C. Whitehea ...
Newton’s... forces that Herbart attempted to explain by means of mathematical formulas.influence can be seen in Herbart’s beliefs about how forces mechanically i ...
Paul Tillich... on theologians and religious thinkers such as Nikolai Berdyaev, Karl Barth,, Wilfrid Desan and John Macquarrie
James IIAfter the Restoration, King Charles II and his successorvisited Hampton Court but largely preferred to reside elsewhere. By this t ...
Iris Murdoch... kespeare in Love in 1998; for Chocolat in 2000; for the lead role of writerin Iris in 2001 (with Kate Winslet playing her as a younger woman); for Mr ...
John Gurdon... s hosts The Francis Crick Graduate Lectures. The first two lectures were byand Tim Hunt
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Ralph Hartley... oretical work in data transmission and information theory by Harry Nyquist,, Claude Shannon and others during the early 20th century, was done with t ...
Pope John Paul II... documents have led some to question the Church's commitment to ecumenism .personally endorsed Dominus Iesus, and ratified and confirmed it "with sur ...
William CullenNeurosis was coined by the Scottish doctorin 1769 to refer to "disorders of sense and motion" caused by a "general a ...
Marcel Lefebvre... er, almost immediately a lightning rod for conservative attacks. Archbishopcited this document as one of the fundamental reasons for his difficulties ...
Chomskyinitially hoped to overcome the limitations of context-free grammars by ad ...
Marquess of Clydesdale... ouston Everest Flight of 1933, which saw a formation of aircraft led by thefly over the summit in an effort to deploy the British Union Flag at the t ...
Colin Leakey... archaeologists Louis Leakey and Mary Leakey, and is the younger brother of
Charles Lennox, 2nd Duke of RichmondThe Lennox sisters were daughters of, a legitimate descendant of an illegitimate son of Charles II of England. ...
David Cronenberg... This Time?" Walken then played schoolteacher-turned-psychic Johnny Smith in's 1983 adaptation of Stephen King's The Dead Zone. That same year, Walken ...
Humphry Davy... of safety was provided by the safety lamp which was invented in 1816 by Sirand independently by George Stephenson. However, the lamps proved a false ...
William Penn... ship was one of the original manors reserved for his family in the 1680s by, the founder of Pennsylvania
Bernard Katz... erform some of the experiments which proved chemical synaptic transmission.and Eccles worked together on some of the experiments which elucidated the ...
John D. Rockefeller... ard Oil began as an Ohio partnership formed by the well-known industrialist, his brother William Rockefeller, Henry Flagler, chemist Samuel Andrews, ...
Keith Joseph... ex. The councils involved were initially unable to decide upon a name, withsuggesting "Uxbridge" in October 1963, later revised to Hillingdon
James RandiIn 2005,offered her the James Randi Educational Foundation US$1 million prize to d ...
Blake Morrison... accused Heaney of being "an apologist and a mythologizer" of the violence,suggests the poet "has written poems directly about the Troubles as well a ...
Edward VIII... due at least in part to the constitutional crisis of that year surroundingand his relationship with Wallis Simpson
Tolkien... Eddings did not realize it until several years later. Upon seeing a copy of's The Lord of the Rings, in a bookshop, he allegedly muttered, "Is this o ...
Duke of Wellington... inaries from the government and industry, including the Prime Minister, the. The day started with a procession of eight trains setting out from Liver ...
Pierre Trudeau... re winning a by-election a few weeks later. Similarly, John Turner replacedas leader of the Liberal Party in 1984 and subsequently was appointed prim ...
Ansel Adams... and other luminaries to be inspired by Taos and each other. Among them were, Georgia O’Keeffe, Alfred Stieglitz, author D. H. Lawrence and his wife, ...
John Paul II... he limit, he began to add new churches to the list, which Popes Paul VI andcontinued to do. Today there are close to 150 titular churches, out of ove ...
John D. Rockefeller... orations until it was broken up by the United States Supreme Court in 1911.was a founder, chairman and major shareholder. As it grew exponentially an ...
Egidio Vagnozzi... ressure continued on Murray, with Apostolic Delegate to the U.S. Archbishopattempting to silence him. Cardinal Spellman, along with his Jesuit superi ...
John Whitgift... he had no love for ecclesiastical jurisdiction. He warmly remonstrated with, the Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, over his persecuting Articles of ...
Robert Napier... dros II for its safe return to Empress Zewditu. The crown had been taken byduring the
Benedict XVIJoseph Cardinal Ratzinger (now), who was prefect of the CDF at the time when the Instructions were issue ...
Winston Churchill... ategy; he was a gracious host but was kept out of the important meetings byand Roosevelt
Travis Barker... drinking problem became far too prevalent. Hoppus and DeLonge asked drummerof Blink-182's support band The Aquabats to fill in for Raynor for the rem ...
John Denham... lustrating the use of heroic couplets is this passage from Cooper's Hill by, part of his description of the Thames
Prince... shops such as Boots the Chemists, which was opened in November 1981 by theand Princess of Wales. It has entrances located opposite Chesterfield Mark ...
Woody HoltonHistorian, for example, argued that even though the boundary was pushed west in sub ...
Oliver Heaviside... experimental result of Weber and Kohlrausch. But it wasn't until 1884 that, concurrently with similar work by Willard Gibbs and Heinrich Hertz, grou ...
Nikola Tesla... see the greatest progress in electrical engineering. Through such people as, Galileo Ferraris, Oliver Heaviside, Thomas Edison, Ottó Bláthy, Ányos Je ...
David Livingstone... le River. Speke continued and found the actual source, Lake Victoria. Laterpassed by the lake. He noted the name "Liemba" for its southern part, a wo ...
William HugginsIn 1868, Sirius became the first star to have its velocity measured. Sirexamined the spectrum of this star and observed a noticeable red shift. He ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... tical jurisdiction. He warmly remonstrated with John Whitgift, the Anglican, over his persecuting Articles of 1583. The finest encomium was passed on ...
Ehud Barak... f the Second Intifada led to a sharp swing to the right in Israeli politics;was defeated by in 2001
Emperor Wu of Liu Song... use the general Liu Yu seized the throne from Emperor Gong of Jin, becoming(reigned 420–422 AD), starting the Southern and Northern Dynasties period
Queen Elizabeth II'sHe is the only president serving duringreign to have never met her
Alexander DalrympleThe Royal Society suggested command be given to Scottish geographer, whose acceptance was conditional on a brevet commission as a captain in ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... ion of Wilberforce and Bishop Porteus, King George III was requested by theto issue in 1787 the Proclamation for the Discouragement of Vice, as a rem ...
Murray Gell-Mann... by scattering and decay provided a key to new fundamental quantum theories.and Yuval Ne'eman brought some order to these new particles by classifying ...
Arthur Wellesley... onnected passenger, Lady Barbara Wellesley, the fictional younger sister of(later to become the Duke of Wellington) become dangerously attracted to e ...
Ice-T... e of gangsta rap, had Toddy Tee's influential Batteram mixtape in 1985, and's "Six in the Morning" in 1986 before N.W.A.'s first records, leading to ...
Donald Trump... iberal Democrat, joined the Scottish Green Party in protest to the plans byto develop on an important environmental site at Menie. On 13 October 2009 ...
Richard Price... findings on probability theory were passed in manuscript form to his friendafter his death
Leibniz... ngoing, and viciously personal disputes between the followers of Newton andconcerning priority over the analytical techniques of infinitesimal calcul ...
Jessica Mauboy2006 Australian Idol runner-upmade her musical solo debut in 2008 with the single "Running Back", which ...
Lord SalisburyCurzon became Assistant Private Secretary toin 1885, and in 1886 entered Parliament as Member for Southport in south-w ...
Guglielmo MarconiThe original inventors of radio, such as Nikola Tesla and, expected it to be used for one-on-one wireless communication tasks where ...
Winston Churchill... g the war her photograph was a sign of resistance against the Germans. Like, Queen Wilhelmina broadcast messages to the Dutch people over Radio Oranj ...
Archibald Primrose, 5th Earl of Rosebery... lpted in Carrara, Italy in 1882, and was unveiled by future Prime Minister,on 6 April 1882. Today, it features on the 2007 series of £5 notes issued ...
Kim Medcalf... d stage in April 2006 in Hay Fever alongside Peter Bowles, Belinda Lang and. She finished off 2006 with the role of Mistress Quickly in the RSC's new ...
Don ByronClarinetisthas recorded and performed Scott's music, as have the Kronos Quartet, Ster ...
Martin LowryIn 1923, Johannes Nicolaus Brønsted andpublished essentially the same theory about how acids and bases behave, us ...
Leibniz's... l external objects existing in the world as reals, which can be compared toconcept of monads
Augustin Bea... l both the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity led by Cardinaland the Theological Commission (led by Cardinal ) introduced revised draft ...
Harry PartchJohn Cage,, Edgard Varèse, and Peter Schickele, all noted composers, created entire ...
Sir Jeremy GreenstockBritish diplomat and former British ambassador to the UNstated in early 2009 that the Hamas charter was "drawn up by a Hamas-linke ...
André Kertész... e city through this medium, in which he was tutored by his fellow Hungarian. He later wrote that he used photography "in order to capture the beauty ...
Arne Tiselius... me theory about how acids and bases behave, using an electrochemical basis.developed the first sophisticated electrophoretic apparatus in 1937 and so ...
Antipater... the war against Eumenes, who had joined Perdiccas against the coalition of, Antigonus, Ptolemy, Craterus, and the other generals. Eumenes was defeat ...
John Couch Adams... the same time, but unknown to Le Verrier, similar calculations were made byin England. Le Verrier announced his final predicted position for Uranus's ...
Brian Cowen... on of the in 2005.In response to the Ferns Report, Ireland's Prime Ministerstated that he was "ashamed by the extent, length, and cruelty" of child a ...
Isaac Newton... lished anonymously in 1736), in which he defended the logical foundation of's calculus ("fluxions") against the criticism of George Berkeley, author ...
Richard Rorty... be avoided and replaced with a return to some type of faith and revelation., Kierkegaard, and Wittgenstein challenge the sense of questioning whether ...
William Butler Yeats... ilmot, Lord Rochester – Roger Woddis – Charles Wolfe – William Wordsworth –– Andrew Youn
Terry Eagleton... poet seeking religious and aesthetic unity". Heaney is described by criticas "an enlightened cosmopolitan liberal", refusing to be drawn. Eagleton s ...
John Venn... erard Manley Hopkins the poet, the composers John Taverner and John Rutter,the inventor of Venn diagrams, actor Geoffrey Palmer, Anthony Crosland MP ...
Joseph Louis Lagrange... bert in the article Dimension in Encyclopedie. Another early venture was byin his Theory of Analytic Functions (1797, 1813). He said, "One may view m ...
James Clerk Maxwell... in 1827. Electricity and magnetism (and light) were definitively linked by, in particular in his "On Physical Lines of Force" in 1861 and 1862
Princess Elizabeth... Navy at the age of 18 in 1939. From July 1939, he began corresponding with, the eldest daughter and heiress presumptive of King George VI. During Wo ...
Marquess of ButeThe town grew rapidly from the 1830s onwards, when thebuilt a dock which eventually linked to the Taff Vale Railway. Cardiff bec ...
John Dryden... e. The heroic couplet is often identified with the English Baroque works ofand Alexander Pope. Major poems in the closed couplet, apart from the work ...
Peter Heather... the Roman province of Raetia in the winter of 401/402. From this, historianconcludes that at this time the Vandals were located in the region around ...
Carol Ann DuffyIn September 2009, the school had a visit from the Poet Laureatewho gave a speech to pupils from the school and others from the whole of A ...
Paul VI... abolished the limit, he began to add new churches to the list, which Popesand John Paul II continued to do. Today there are close to 150 titular chu ...
Sir Christopher Wren... taining only Henry VIII's Great Hall. The country's most eminent architect,, was called upon to draw the plans, while the master of works was to be W ...
Richard EllmannWilde's life was still waiting for independent, true scholarship whenbegan researching his 1987 biography Oscar Wilde, for which he posthumousl ...
Stephen StiglerIn his later years he took a deep interest in probability.feels that he became interested in the subject while reviewing a work writ ...
Nikola TeslaThe original inventors of radio, such asand Guglielmo Marconi, expected it to be used for one-on-one wireless comm ...
James Clerk MaxwellAnother important antecedent to spacetime was the work ofas he used partial differential equations to develop electrodynamics with ...
George FinchThe British returned for a 1922 expedition.("The other George") climbed using oxygen for the first time. He ascended ...
John Cage(Sometimes referred to as "found" instruments or as custom percussion), Harry Partch, Edgard Varèse, and Peter Schickele, all noted composers, c ...
James II... 1687. Three months later, Josiah Child and his deputy had an audience with, and as per the ensuing discussions, a Charter was issued by the king on ...
Philip Roth... n 2008, Cruz appeared in Isabel Coixet's film Elegy, which was based on thestory The Dying Animal, as the lead female role, Consuela Castillo. Ray Be ...
Carl WoeseIn 1987,established this grouping, calling it informally the "purple bacteria and ...
Aneurin BevanIn 1951, British Health Ministerexpressed the view that, "It is probably true that Western Europe would ha ...
T. E. Lawrence... tral Africa, Aurel Stein in Central Asia, D.G. Hogarth, Leonard Woolley andexcavated at Carchemish. In 1918, because of the threat of wartime bombing ...
Fritz HaberIn 1898,showed that definite reduction products can result from electrolytic proce ...
Kofi Annan... and public intellectual; John C. Whitehead, formerly of Goldman Sachs; and, former Secretary-General of the United Nations
Edmond Halley... when naval officers had refused to take orders from civilian commander Dr.. The impasse was broken when the Admiralty proposed James Cook, a naval o ...
Michael Faraday... out his 1861 paper, derived theoretically using a molecular vortex model of's "lines of force" and in conjunction with the experimental result of Web ...
Gil EvansWithWith Tommy Flanagan With Hal Galper With Stan Getz With Dexter Gordon With ...
Edward Gibbon... nce. For his History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (1776–89),, aiming to unite the two extremes of Constantinian scholarship, offered a ...
Edward Hodges Baily... of 1832, stands beside Monument Metro Station and was designed and built byand Benjamin Green. Hodges, who also built the Nelson's Column, designed a ...
Hulse... of the binary pulsar PSR 1913+16, for which the Nobel Prize was awarded toand Taylor in 1993
Joseph Banks... nd were allocated to Cook and the Royal Society representatives: naturalist, Banks' assistants Daniel Solander and Herman Spöring, astronomer Charles ...
Newton... e major centers for the performance and reporting of experimental work, andwas himself an influential experimenter, particularly in the field of opti ...
Robert Hardy... Branagh, Natasha Richardson and Michael Gambon, 1987), Make and Break (with, 1987), Can You Hear Me Thinking? (co-starring with her husband, Michael ...
Anthony Greenwood... nding members of CND were Fenner Brockway, E. P. Thompson, A. J. P. Taylor,, Lord Simon, D. H. Pennington, Eric Baker and Dora Russell. Organisations ...
Anthony Thwaite... Tennyson – Dylan Thomas – Edward Thomas – R. S. Thomas – Francis Thompson –– Chidiock Tichborne – Aurelian Townsend – W. J. Turner – Oscar Wilde – Jo ...
Richard Schickel... g Ryan beguiles in three different roles." Fifteen years later, Time criticlisted it as one of his "Guilty Pleasures"; while acknowledging "there are ...
Stewart BrandThe author and editoronce wrote: "Gary Snyder's poetry addresses the life-planet identification ...
Bill Clinton... East by reducing "people's tension". In a letter to presidential candidate, Hagelin accepted Clinton's offer to debate "any serious candidate" and i ...
Geri Halliwell... was a #2 hit in the UK for The Weather Girls in 1984 and a UK #1 remake forin 2001. Shaffer and The World's Most Dangerous Band perform the Chuck Ber ...
Chinua Achebe... guage means knowing how to intersperse speech with a good dose of proverbs.(in Things Fall Apart) describes proverbs as "the palm oil with which word ...
John Lennon... s a key component in individuals' personal image. Musicians Buddy Holly andbecame synonymous with the styles of eye-glasses they wore to the point th ...
Perdiccas... t heir. The empire was put under the authority of a regent in the person ofin 323 BC, and the territories were divided between Alexander's generals, ...
Erwin Schrödinger... tionship between discrete “states” and denied the possibility of causality.established an equivalent theory based on waves in 1926; but Heisenberg’s ...
Bill Clinton... na Leon and Robert Harris while in hospital, and was visited at the time by
Tina Wesson... All-Stars were as follows: 2nd = $250,000; 3rd = $125,000; 4th = $100,000., the first player voted off in Survivor: All-Stars, received $25,000. In ...
George V... Alexandre Millerand and Prime Minister Raymond Poincaré of France, to Kingof the United Kingdom, and to the Zoological Garden (Jardin Zoologique) of ...
Charles Clarke... y Palmer, Anthony Crosland MP and Labour reformer, and the cabinet minister
Jacques d'AmboiseOther ballets include Prologue choreographed byfor the New York City Ballet in 1967 as a prequel to Shakespeare's play, O ...
Ibrahim Pasha of EgyptA Palestinian Arab revolt broke out in April 1834 whenannounced he would recruit troops from the local Muslim population. An est ...
Pope John XXIII... ix cardinal bishops, 50 cardinal priests, and 14 cardinal deacons; however,began to exceed the overall limit of 70, and this continued under his succ ...
Huan Xuan... otably won the Battle of Fei River in 383 AD. In 404 AD, he helped suppress's rebellion, leading to his dominance over the Eastern Jin court. In orde ...
Archbishop of CanterburyJohn Tillotson (October 1630 – 22 November 1694) was an(1691–1694)
Bill Clinton... rétien was wary to appearing too close to the president, personally, he andwere known to be golfing partners. Their governments had many small trade ...
Isaac NewtonIn the eighteenth century the same possibility was mentioned byin the "General Scholium" that concludes his Principia. Making a compariso ...
Oliver Heaviside... ctrical engineering. Through such people as Nikola Tesla, Galileo Ferraris,, Thomas Edison, Ottó Bláthy, Ányos Jedlik, Sir Charles Parsons, Joseph Sw ...
Eudora Welty... rialized by leading Mississippi and national authors, both black and white:, James Baldwin, Margaret Walker and Anne Moody. In 1969, Medgar Evers Col ...
Charles Scott Sherrington... class honours) in 1925, and was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to study underat Magdalen College, Oxford University, where he received his Doctor of Ph ...
John Bolitho... one in Restormel (the party leader Dick Cole) and, until his death in 2005,in North Cornwall. One of the MK councillors in Kerrier, Loveday Jenkin, j ...
Robert Peel... of Adam Smith and the classical economists. The repeal of the Corn Laws bysymbolised the emergence of free trade as an alternative system. Mercantil ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... to have him made Bishop of Worcester (and subsequently Bishop of London and). Dunstan remained Edgar's advisor throughout his reign
Edmond HalleyIn 1718,discovered the proper motion of the hitherto presumed "fixed" stars after ...
Joseph Black’s... also produced new concepts, such as the University of Glasgow experimenternotion of latent heat and Philadelphia intellectual Benjamin Franklin’s ch ...
James Cook... bruary 25, 1779, when Captain Charles Clerke sighted the island from aboard's HMS Resolution. Clerke had taken command of the ship after Cook was kil ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... Queen Mother. Baptised in the Palace's Music Room on 8 April 1960, by then, Geoffrey Fisher, the Prince's godparents were: The Duke of Gloucester (h ...
William Butler Yeats... his appreciation of writers of similar sensibilities, like D. H. Lawrence,, and some of the great ancient Chinese poets. William Carlos Williams was ...
François Langelier... ission under the chairmanship of Chief Justice of the Quebec Superior Court. Amongst its recommendations for permanently recording the celebrations f ...
Pope John Paul II... sexual abuse committed by priests in his archdiocese. On December 13, 2002accepted Law's resignation as Archbishop and reassigned him to an administ ...
Cecil TaylorJazz musicians such as Miles Davis (Bergstein 1992),, Charles Mingus, Herbie Hancock, Yusef Lateef (Feather 1964; Tsahar 2006) ...
Emilio Segrè... by notable minds like Edoardo Amaldi, Bruno Pontecorvo, Franco Rasetti and. For the theoretical studies only, Ettore Majorana also took part in what ...
John Arbuthnot... sy. The attacks by Alexander Pope (he was assigned a niche in The Dunciad),and others demonstrated their inability to appreciate his work, as they co ...
Charles MingusJazz musicians such as Miles Davis (Bergstein 1992), Cecil Taylor,, Herbie Hancock, Yusef Lateef (Feather 1964; Tsahar 2006), and Anthony Br ...
Martin Litchfield West... ace between two opposite army camps where champion combat would take place.has pointed out that a story very similar to that of David and Goliath app ...
Lord Liverpool... ent of peace during 1814, corn prices decreased, and the Tory government ofpassed the 1815 Corn Law. This resulted in serious rioting in London
Stephen LeacockIn Canada, satire has become an important part of the comedy scene.was one of the best known early Canadian satirists, and in the early 20th ...
Lynne Jones... er with the Member of Parliament for the Birmingham Selly Oak constituency,of which most of the ward is part. However, meetings are well attended wit ...
Revilo P. Oliver... hile others were given a palindromic name at birth (such as the philologistand the Korean-American Mike Kim)
Andrew DasburgParisian born(1887–1979) was one of the earliest friends of Luhan to come and stay in T ...
Daniel Solander... e Royal Society representatives: naturalist Joseph Banks, Banks' assistantsand Herman Spöring, astronomer Charles Green, and artists Sydney Parkinson ...
Bill Clinton... ber 1995 and March 1997, she had nine sexual encounters with then-Presidentthat, according to her testimony, involved fellatio and other sexual acts ...
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Lewis Carroll... d often compared to O. Henry and Dorothy Parker. Influenced by Oscar Wilde,, and Kipling, he himself influenced A. A. Milne, Noël Coward, and P. G. W ...
Alexander Fleming... tibiotics. Penicillin, a drug produced by P. chrysogenum, was discovered byin 1929, and found to inhibit the growth of Gram positive bacteria (see be ...
Bill Clinton... nee in the presidential election of 1996, but he lost to incumbent Democrat. Dole is currently special counsel at the Washington, D.C. office of law ...
Benoît MandelbrotIt was discovered bythat changes in prices do not follow a Gaussian distribution, but are rath ...
Vladimir Nabokov... allusion to the works of poets of previous centuries. An example of this is's novel Pale Fire, the second section of which is a 999 line, 4 canto poe ...
Frank Macfarlane BurnetThe pathogen of Q fever was discovered in 1937, whenand Mavis Freeman isolated the bacterium from one of Derrick’s patients. I ...
George MacDonald FraserSir Harry Paget Flashman VC KCB KCIE is a fictional character created by(1925–2008), but based on the character "Flashman" in Tom Brown's Schoolda ...
Bill Clinton... pelessly liberal ("a card-carrying member of the ACLU"). In 1996, Presidentseized upon opponent Bob Dole's promise to take America back to a simpler ...
DaubentonIn 1799 he succeededas professor of natural history in the Collège de France. In 1802 he becam ...
Prince Charles... Howells made a scathing criticism of the exhibits as "conceptual bullshit".wrote to him: "It's good to hear your refreshing common sense about the dr ...
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh... ebruary 1960), is the second son, and third child of Queen Elizabeth II and. At the time of his birth, he was second in the line of succession to the ...
Bill Clinton... year, Streisand's concert fundraising events helped propel former Presidentinto the spotlight and into office. Streisand later introduced Clinton at ...
Johann Christoph Pepusch... Club. He is best remembered for The Beggar's Opera (1728), set to music by. The characters, including Captain Macheath and Polly Peachum, became hou ...
Baddeley... short-term memory is distinct from these more hypothetical concepts. Within's influential 1986 model of working memory there are two short-term stora ...
Domingo de Soto... anish School of Salamanca writers Francisco de Vitoria (1480 or 1483–1546),(1494–1560), Martin de Azpilcueta (1491–1586), and Luis de Molina (1535–16 ...
Satyendra Nath Bose... assert that “God does not play dice with the universe”. Also in the 1920s,'s work on photons and quantum mechanics provided the foundation for Bose- ...
DeFontes Broadcasting Ltd.... g companies in Bermuda: (BBC, not to be confuse with the BBC in the UK) and(VSB). The Bermuda Broadcasting is a privately held corporation. The BBC o ...
Stan WalkerOther singers in the R&B/soul genre include Jade MacRae, Israel Cruz,and Ricki-Lee Coulter, who experimented with R&B for her first two albums, ...
Samuel Taylor ColeridgeIn 1817 the poet, aesthetic philosopher and criticcame to live in the Highgate home of Dr James Gillman in order to rehabili ...
Eleanor of Aquitaine... that Marie de France was known at the court of King Henry II and his wife,. A contemporary of Marie, the English poet Denis Piramus, mentions in his ...
George V... he London premiere of Der Schwanendreher when he heard news of the death of. He quickly wrote this piece for solo viola and string orchestra in tribu ...
Ozzy Osbourne... st selling album in the world. Black Sabbath had split with original singerin 1979 and replaced him with Ronnie James Dio, formerly of Rainbow, givin ...
Earle Birney... elling Place (1961) was published after Lowry's death. The scholar and poetedited Selected Poems of Malcolm Lowry (1962). He also collaborated with L ...
Cavalier-Smith... rmed in the early 1990s by genetic studies, most notably by Gajadhar et al., introduced the formal name Alveolata in 1991, although at the time he ac ...
Thomas Young... don, where John Dalton argued for an atomistic interpretation of chemistry,argued for the interpretation of light as a wave, and Michael Faraday esta ...
Emperor Wu of Liang... pass power of rule onto their heirs to continue their dynasty successfully.(502–549 AD), however, was the most notable ruler of his age, being a patr ...
Günter Grass... ) and even after World War II (as the 'Static' poet). He was referred to in's book, My Century, meeting with his ideological opposite, Bertolt Brecht ...
James Cook... rth-western Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, Tonga and the Fijian islands.explored the Pacific islands and the east coast of Australia in the 18th c ...
Maxwell... hen N = 3 or 1 are both problems avoided. In 1922, Hermann Weyl showed that's theory of electromagnetism works only when N = 3 and T = 1, writing tha ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... as of London, and later Thomas à Becket; circa 1118 – 29 December 1170) wasfrom 1162 until his murder in 1170. He is venerated as a saint and martyr ...
Calvin Coolidge... ates Secretary of Commerce in the 1920s under Presidents Warren Harding and, he promoted partnerships between government and business under the rubri ...
James II... ow Revolution House, was the site of a meeting between conspirators againstin 1688. Among those meeting there were the Earls of Danby and Devonshire, ...
Richard Feynman... adequately resolved until after World War II ended, when Julian Schwinger,, and Sin-Itiro Tomonaga independently posited the technique of renormaliz ...
Robert Stephenson... of the modern steam railways George Stephenson, his son, also an engineer,, engineer and inventor of the steam turbine Sir Charles Parsons, inventor ...
Ricki-Lee Coulter... ers in the R&B/soul genre include Jade MacRae, Israel Cruz, Stan Walker and, who experimented with R&B for her first two albums, Ricki-Lee (2005) and ...
Ruth Padel... in 2006 which left him "babyish" and "on the brink". Poet and Forward judgedescribed the work as "a collection of painful, honest, and delicately wei ...
Anthony Braxton... arles Mingus, Herbie Hancock, Yusef Lateef (Feather 1964; Tsahar 2006), and(Radano 1993, 110) cite Stockhausen as an influence
Robert Stephenson... ology. It was based on experience gained from earlier designs by George and, including the Killingworth locomotive Blücher (1814); Locomotion No 1 (1 ...
Lewis CarrollAlice in Wonderland is a 1933 film version of the famous Alice novels of. The film was produced by Paramount Pictures, featuring an all-star cast. ...
William BlighIn 1789 the Mutiny on the Bounty againstled to several of the mutineers escaping the Royal Navy and settling on Pi ...
Colm Tóibín... and delicately weighted poems...a wonderful and humane achievement". Writerdescribed Human Chain as "his best single volume for many years, and one t ...
Queen Olga of Greece... Sophie. He was baptised into the Greek Orthodox Church. His godparents wereand the Mayor of Corfu
Michael Palin... peril of being closed. It starred Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Kline and. The dedication displays photos and the lifespan dates of Peter Cook and ...
KTLAHearn was the long-time host of Bowling for Dollars on(1972-1977); KHJ-TV (now KCAL-TV (1978). He called the closed-circuit tele ...
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Bill Clinton... counties, its voters often favor Republican and conservative issues. Whiledid manage to narrowly carry the county both times in 1992 and 1996, Georg ...
Marian McPartlandA CD recording of a collaboration withon her show Piano Jazz was released in 2005. It featured Costello singing ...
Pope Paul VI... claration on Christian Education. It was promulgated on October 28, 1965 by, following approval by the assembled bishops by a vote of 2,290 to 35
Emperor Wen of Sui... the military power amassed in the north by Yang Jian, who declared himselfand invaded the south to reunify China
James Cook... given to the mountain in 1851 by Captain John Lort Stokes to honour Captainwho first surveyed and circumnavigated the islands of New Zealand in 1770. ...
Noam ChomskyThe formalism of context-free grammars was developed in the mid-1950s by, and also their classification as a special type of formal grammar (which ...
Karl Marx... attach to their own actions. Weber is often cited, with Émile Durkheim and, as one of the three principal architects of modern social science
Brian AldissA contemporary ofand James White, Kapp is best known for his stories about the Unorthodox E ...
KCAL-TV... the long-time host of Bowling for Dollars on KTLA (1972-1977); KHJ-TV (now(1978). He called the closed-circuit television broadcast of the first Ali ...
Richard Porson... holars such as R Dawes, J Markland, John Taylor, Jonathan Toup, T Tyrwhitt,, Peter Paul Dobree, Thomas Kidd and James Henry Monk. Although the Dutch ...
Noam Chomsky... severe criticism of B.F. Skinner's work in 1971 by the cognitive scientist
Jürgen Habermas... phy of convergence proposed by the Frankfurt School (e.g. Theodor W. Adorno)
J. Presper Eckert... rties to invalidate electronic computing patents issued to John Mauchly and, which were owned by computer manufacturer Sperry Rand. In the 1973 decis ...
Pope John XXIIIOn 15 December 1958, Luciani was appointed Bishop of Vittorio Veneto by. He received his episcopal consecration on the following 27 December from ...
Bill Clinton... ter the final episode of his season aired), he was lauded by then-President. Zamora’s friend and roommate during the show, Judd Winick, went on to be ...
Lord Acton... ecursor of state crimes in the 20th Century. Others, including Macaulay and, have historicized Machiavelli's Borgia, explaining the admiration for su ...
Shiffrin... is referred to as the "modal model" and has been most famously detailed by. The exact mechanisms by which this transfer takes place, whether all or ...
Charles Tilstone Beke... raphical results and his political intrigues. He was especially attacked by, who impugned his veracity, especially with reference to the journey to K ...
John Mauchly... ght by various parties to invalidate electronic computing patents issued toand J. Presper Eckert, which were owned by computer manufacturer Sperry Ra ...
Macaulay... Borgia the precursor of state crimes in the 20th Century. Others, includingand Lord Acton, have historicized Machiavelli's Borgia, explaining the adm ...
Richard Bowdler Sharpe... us name for grebes and European ones, following Nicholas Aylward Vigors and, for divers. The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature trie ...
Girolamo BortignonIn 1947, he was named vicar general to Bishop, OFM Cap, of Belluno. Two years later, in 1949, he was placed in charge o ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... early thirteenth centuries in the positions of Chief Justiciar of England,, and Lord Chancellor. As chancellor, Walter began the keeping of the Char ...
Don ZagierIn 1975, number theoristcommented that primes bot
Bertrand Russell... declined to return to duty; instead, encouraged by pacifist friends such asand Lady Ottoline Morrell, he sent a letter to his commanding officer, tit ...
Edward VIII... married Edward "Fruity" Metcalfe, the best friend, best man and equerry of. Mosley exercised a strange fascination for the Curzon women: Irene had a ...
Linacre... d it, before considering Lily. Ward and Waller ranked Lily "with Grocyn andas one of the most erudite students of Greek that England possessed". Lily ...
Charles II of England... e Edward Morgan was Lieutenant-Governor of Jamaica after the Restoration ofin 1660. Henry Morgan married his uncle's daughter Mary, a cousin. Morgan ...
Ada Louise Huxtable... crowds visited the new museum, and critics generally voiced their approval.wrote in The New York Times that Pei's building was "a palatial statement ...
Joseph Locke... ar driven by his brother Robert Sr. and Rocket driven by assistant engineer. The day was marred by the death of William Huskisson, the Member of Parl ...
Oscar Zariski... University, he received his Ph.D. from Harvard while under the direction of. He won the Fields Medal in 1970
Norfolk Tides... play in the Coastal Plain League, a summer baseball league. In Norfolk, theof the International League and the Norfolk Admirals of the American Hocke ...
Patricia Churchland... ned with consciousness. He even collaborated with neurophilosophers such as. In 1983, as a result of their studies of computer models of neural netwo ...
Horace Lamb... l have an answer for the first." A similar witticism has been attributed to(who had published a noted text book on Hydrodynamics)—his choice being qu ...
Karl Popper... ing to the autonomous education philosophy emerged from the epistemology ofin The Myth of the Framework: In Defence of Science and Rationality, which ...
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Karl Marx... itutions led by a spontaneous uprising of the working class as predicted by. On 25 January 1918, at the Petrograd Soviet, Lenin declared "Long live t ...
Grocyn... who refused it, before considering Lily. Ward and Waller ranked Lily "withand Linacre as one of the most erudite students of Greek that England poss ...
King James II... now Lakeville Road. In 1691 Dongan fled to New England and then Ireland, asand his Catholic forces failed to regain power in England and Ireland
Robert Metcalfe... ped at Xerox PARC between 1973 and 1974. It was inspired by ALOHAnet, whichhad studied as part of his PhD dissertation. The idea was first documented ...
Charles Theodore... is residence to nearby Mannheim. The court remained there until the Electorbecame Elector of Bavaria in 1777 and established his court in Munich. In ...
Louis XVIII... circumstances considerably. After Napoléon's defeat at Waterloo, a Bourbon,, the brother of Louis XVI, was restored to power. In 1814, Vigny enrolled ...
Max Müller... it was in the center of attention of western scholarship from the times ofand Rudolf Roth onwards. The Rigveda records an early stage of Vedic relig ...
Grady BoochCem Kaner andhave publicly stated that the document could be improved. Many claim that ...
William HarveyWilliam Osler records that Hunter gave Jenner's advice, very famous in medical circles (and characteristic of the Age o ...
Frederick Calvert, 6th Baron Baltimore... in which Frederick the town was named for, but the likeliest candidates are(one of the proprietors of Maryland )
William Osler... pprenticed in surgery and anatomy under surgeon John Hunter and others at .records that Hunter gave Jenner William Harvey's advice, very famous in me ...
Neil Gaiman... re's Swamp Thing, The Floronic Man is detained there, and in The Sandman by, Doctor Destiny escapes the asylum to wreak havoc on both the real and dr ...
Judi Dench... in 1994 that was mounted to celebrate his 90th birthday. The cast included, Kenneth Branagh, Derek Jacobi, and Simon Russell Beale
Vincent Persichetti... for any low-voiced instrument, such as double bass, contrabassoon, or tuba.wrote solo works—which he called "Parables"—for many instruments. He wrote ...
Winston Churchill... provided valuable preparation for handling the challenging personalities of, George S. Patton, George Marshall and General Montgomery during World Wa ...
David Boggs... n May 22, 1973. In 1975, Xerox filed a patent application listing Metcalfe,, Chuck Thacker and Butler Lampson as inventors. In 1976, after the system ...
George Harrison... d Norman singing covers of religious songs by Norman Greenbaum, Paul Simon,, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, Randy Newman, Leon Russell, Jackson Browne, a ...
King James VII... ith his father. These brothers included Robert, who fled after fighting forin 1689 and became a banker in Rouen and half-brother George, who fled to ...
Dietrich Küchemann... ritish design was for a thin-winged delta shape (which owed much to work by, then at the ) for a transatlantic-ranged aircraft for about 100 people, ...
Giuseppe PiazziIn 1801, the astronomerdiscovered an object which he initially believed to be a comet. Shortly th ...
Butler Lampson... filed a patent application listing Metcalfe, David Boggs, Chuck Thacker andas inventors. In 1976, after the system was deployed at PARC, Metcalfe and ...
Terry Winograd... ntersected with hard science in the works in natural language processing by(1973) and the establishment of the first cognitive sciences department in ...
Joseph Black... d from the Latin word calor, meaning heat. Scottish physician and scientist, who was the first to recognize the distinction between heat and temperat ...
Robert Caro... the people whose names appeared on the ballots being dead on election day.argued in his 1989 book that Johnson had stolen the election in Jim Wells ...
Johann Reinhold Forster... a suppressed name unfit for further use and establishing Gavia, created byin 1788, as the valid genus name for the loons. However, the situation was ...
Chinua AchebeIn a post-colonial reading, the Nigerian writer, author of Things Fall Apart, famously criticized Heart of Darkness in hi ...
Eudora Welty's... dom Singers paid tribute to Evers in the haunting "Ballad of Medgar Evers."short story "Where Is the Voice Coming From," in which the speaker is the ...
Peter Simon Pallas... ted to the Pallas asteroid, being instead named after the German naturalist. The chemical element palladium, on the other hand, was named after the a ...
Gideon Mantell... il collectors such as Mary Anning, William Conybeare, William Buckland, and, who found and described the first ichthyosaurs, plesiosaurs, and dinosau ...
James Watt... acid by the lead chamber process invented by the Englishman John Roebuck ('s first partner) in 1746. He was able to greatly increase the scale of th ...
Samuel Pepys... d by the halfpenny later the same year. The figure of Britannia was said byto have been modelled on Frances Teresa Stuart, the future Duchess of Rich ...
Lewis Cass... ine from 14,684 in 2000. Its county seat is Atlantic. It was named to honor, who was the 1848 Democratic nominee for President
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the Queen... her ministers in cabinet, is appointed by the governor general on behalf of. However, by the conventions of responsible government, designed to maint ...
John Cage... xtended to Schoenberg's many pupils in the United States from 1933, such as, Leon Kirchner and Gerald Strang, nor to many other composers who, at a g ...
William B. Sandys... the publications of Davies Gilbert's Some Ancient Christmas Carols (1822),'s Selection of Christmas Carols, Ancient and Modern (1833), and Thomas K. ...
Eric Nies... a springboard to further success, especially in the entertainment industry.of the cast went on to become a model, actor, and television host, and was ...
Stephen GrayFurther work was conducted by Otto von Guericke, Robert Boyle,and C. F. du Fay. In the 18th century, Benjamin Franklin conducted extensi ...
Rudyard Kipling... the book was based upon the poem "A Tree Song" from Puck of Pook's Hill by, which she had enjoyed as a child. The chant in question stated that
Herschel Walker... upset at how top draft pick, defensive tackle Danny Noonan and running backweren't being used enough
Gottfried Leibniz... al occurrence. However, other Protestant writers, such as David Blondel and, rejected the story
Davies Gilbert... Christmas traditions swept Victorian England following the publications of's Some Ancient Christmas Carols (1822), William B. Sandys's Selection of ...
John Roebuck... on of sulphuric acid by the lead chamber process invented by the Englishman(James Watt's first partner) in 1746. He was able to greatly increase the ...
Benjamin DisraeliIn a letter to Queen Victoria, Prime Ministerproposed "to clear Central Asia of Muscovites and drive them into the Casp ...
Jean-Antoine NolletIn 1746 the French scientist and abbé, gathered about two hundred monks into a circle about a mile (1.6 km) in ...
Lavoisier... ve quantity. The idea that heat was a conservative quantity was invented by, and is called the 'caloric theory'; by the middle of the nineteenth cent ...
Rudyard Kipling... s, such as Aleister Crowley, Aradia, or the Gospel of the Witches, and even, went on to become the traditional text for Gardnerian Wicca
James B. Sumner... ny plants and animals. In 1937 catalase from beef liver was crystallised byand the molecular weight was worked out in 1938
Carl Linnaeus... name used in the first modern scientific description of a Gavia species (by) in 1758. Unfortunately, confusion about whether Linnaeus' "wastebin genu ...
Rowan WilliamsThe current archbishop is the Most Reverend. He is the 104th in a line which goes back more than 1400 years to St Aug ...
Lewis Carroll... ted by Norman Z. McLeod from a screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, based on's books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. I ...
Sir Charles Parsons... lileo Ferraris, Oliver Heaviside, Thomas Edison, Ottó Bláthy, Ányos Jedlik,, Joseph Swan, George Westinghouse, Ernst Werner von Siemens, Alexander Gr ...
G. M. TrevelyanAccording to the historian, they were two of the best magistrates in eighteenth-century London, and ...
Aaron Copland... t was nominated for four Oscars. The musical score was by American composer. Running in theaters in 1939, it disappeared for many years at a time unt ...
Frederick York Powell... 03 and became Regius Professor of Modern History at Oxford in succession toin 1904. Firth's historical work was almost entirely confined to English h ...
Xiao Yan... ed after Xiao Baojun killed his prime minister Xiao Yi, leading his brotherto revolt under the banner of Xiao Baojun's brother who was declared Emper ...
Frederick William IV... hein University was thus nameless until 1840, when the new King of Prussia,gave it the official name Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität
Smith Hempstone... were no longer tolerated. Moi came under pressure, notably by US ambassador, to restore a multi-party system, which he did by 1991
Archbishop of Canterbury... mony for British monarchs, in which they are anointed with holy oils by the, thereby ordaining them to monarchy, perpetuates the ancient Roman Cathol ...
Empress Lü Zhi... Liu Ying with Liu Ruyi, as his desire was objected to by Liu Ying's mother. Because of this, Lü Zhi hated Qi deeply. Nevertheless Gaozu ordered Liu ...
Charles II... so referred to as the Cromwellian Interregnum, was declared. Charles's son,, who dated his accession from the death of his father, did not take up th ...
Margaret Thatcher... al backers included Sir Mark Thatcher, son of former British Prime Ministerand possibly the British novelist Jeffrey Archer. Somewhere between $3 mil ...
Michael Johnson... -studded history: Pietro Mennea set a world best in 1983, Olympic championsand Donovan Bailey went head-to-head over the distance in 1997, and improv ...
Shirley Williams... n which the stranger replied "I'm so sorry. For a moment I thought you were"
Leon Kirchner... Schoenberg's many pupils in the United States from 1933, such as John Cage,and Gerald Strang, nor to many other composers who, at a greater remove, w ...
Lord Kelvin... n, George Westinghouse, Ernst Werner von Siemens, Alexander Graham Bell and, electricity was turned from a scientific curiosity into an essential too ...
Guglielmo Marconi... h the now-famous activities launched by inventors Alexander Graham Bell and
Oliver Heaviside... laced by vector analysis, which had been developed by Josiah Willard Gibbs,, and Hermann von Helmholtz. Vector analysis described the same phenomena ...
Lacey Schwimmer... n Season 7 of Dancing with the Stars, and was paired with swing dance champ. They finished in third place
William Ewart Gladstone... conclusion". It was introduced into the Parliament of the United Kingdom byto overcome the obstruction of the Irish nationalist party and was made pe ...
Éamon de Valera... rs, Lynch became speech writer and research assistant for the party leader,
Henry ChadwickThe modern assessment of Priscillian is summed up in Cambridge professor's Priscillian of Avila: The Occult and the Charismatic in the Early Churc ...
Jock Colville... Lord Chamberlain said estimates of £100 million were "grossly overstated"., who was her former private secretary and a director of her bank, Coutts, ...
Benjamin Franklin's... y. This was the two-fluid theory of electricity, which was to be opposed byone-fluid theory later in the century
Fred Hoyle... me to be called the Big Bang theory of the origin of the universe. In 1948,set out his opposing steady state theory in which the universe continually ...
Geneva... he IWA held a preliminary conference in 1865, and had its first congress atin 1866. Due to the wide variety of philosophies present in the First Inte ...
John WoodwardHe first wrote satire in 1697, when he answered Dr.'s An essay towards a natural history of the earth and terrestrial bodies, ...
Mike Davis... of India were affected and millions died, and Curzon has been criticised by, an American Marxist, for allegedly having done little to fight the famin ...
Britney Spears... lming Next to You, starring alongside Adrian Grenier. Hart asked her friendto do a remix of her song "(You Drive Me) Crazy" and add it to the movie's ...
Nicholas Aylward Vigors... ornithologists using the genus name for grebes and European ones, followingand Richard Bowdler Sharpe, for divers. The International Commission on Zo ...
Geoffrey de Havilland... cism of jet engines as too fuel-hungry and unreliable, committee member Sir, head of the de Havilland company, used personal influence and his compan ...
Xiao Daocheng... peror Houfei of Liu Song. The political situation was volatile. The generalslowly gained power and eventually deposed Emperor Houfei in favor of his ...
Johann von GoetheThe castle is surrounded by a park, where the famous poetonce walked. The Heidelberger Bergbahn funicular railway runs from Kornmak ...
Pevsner... uding most of the black-and-white buildings, is Victorian, a result of whattermed the "black-and-white revival"
Karol WojtyłaCardinalwas elected John Paul I's successor as Supreme Pontiff on Monday, 16 Octob ...
James Clerk Maxwell... d, and did not follow the metric pattern of a base unit and prefixed units.and Elihu Thomson (through the British Association for the Advancement of ...
Calvin Coolidge... the name changed to its current name, The World Almanac and Book of Facts.'s father read from The World Almanac when he swore his son into office. S ...
Neil GaimanBlack Orchid, written byand illustrated by Dave McKean, also featured Arkham Asylum. The award-win ...
Alessandro VoltaIn 1800invented the Voltaic Pile, allowing for a continuous current of electricit ...
Malcolm McLaren's... s" magazine. In a November 1976 article in Melody Maker, Caroline Coon usedterm "New Wave" to designate music by bands not exactly punk, but related ...
Geoffrey de Havilland... known as Joan Fontaine (born 22 October 1917). Her paternal cousin was Sir(1882–1965), an aircraft designer, notably of the De Havilland Mosquito, a ...
Neil GaimanThe Corinthian is a fictional character in's comic book series The Sandman. He can first be seen in The Sandman #10 ...
Günter GrassGerman authoris one of a number of intellectuals and commentators who have also called ...
Peter Simon Pallas... on in Saint Petersburg in 1765. She lured the scientists Leonhard Euler andfrom Berlin and Anders Johan Lexell from Sweden to the Russian capital
Pepys... Temple, ed. by TP Courtenay; C North's Examen, 26; Dalrymple's Mem. (1790);'s Diary (17 Feb. 1663); Cal. of Clarendon St. Pap. iii. 295; Carte's Lif ...
Godfrey HounsfieldThe first commercially viable CT scanner was invented by Sirin Hayes, United Kingdom, at EMI Central Research Laboratories using X-ray ...
William Crookes... the elements it was not until the late 1800s that the element was isolated.observed the phosphorescent spectra of the rare elements and observed spec ...
Mr. Fox... Ploweman unto Christe was "first set forth by Tindal, since, exemplified by." Since the language of this text is similar to that of Piers Plowman, Fu ...
Lewis CassCass County is named in honor of, a Michigan senator and an unsuccessful Democratic candidate for the pres ...
Richard Feynman... rapid variation of pressure and velocity in space and time. Nobel Laureatedescribed turbulence as "the most important unsolved problem of classical ...
Archbishop of CanterburyThe chief minister of Henry VIII, theThomas Cranmer suggested removal of the Roman Catholic papacy's imperium i ...
William Petty... mounts of trade data and used it extensively in their research and writing., a strong mercantilist, is generally credited with being the first to use ...
Roger Penrose... Big Bang singularity exist in the universe. The hypothesis was conceived byin 1969. Cosmic censorship hypotheses should be distinguished from chronol ...
Sarah PalinAlaska Governorwas revealed as McCain's surprise choice for running mate on August 29, 20 ...
Hannah Arendt... ere inspired by the concept of direct democracy are: Cornelius Castoriadis,, and Pierre Clastres
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G. N. Amdahl... . P. Luhn wrote an internal IBM memorandum that used hashing with chaining., E. M. Boehme, N. Rochester, and Arthur Samuel implemented a program usin ...
Perdiccas... exander's death in 323 BC, Antigonus also received Pamphylia and Lycia from, regent of the empire, at the Partition of Babylon. He incurred the enmit ...
Paul Mellon... l Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., declared the need for a new building., a primary benefactor of the gallery and a member of its building committ ...
Tonya Cooley... ing reality TV personalities, including herself, ' Trishelle Cannatella, 's, and 's Coral Smith
Alan Lomax... chers included , founder of the Archive of American Folk Song, and John and; Alan Lomax was the most prominent of several folk song collectors who he ...
Paul R. EhrlichNaturalistwrote that the Passenger Pigeon's extinction "illustrates a very important ...
Bill Clinton... o office. Since then, photos have shown that Presidents John F. Kennedy andhave also used The World Almanac as a resource
Sydney Brenner... ure was established in 2003 following an endowment by his former colleague,, joint winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine. The lec ...
Jenny Kwan... ropped to only two — MacPhail and neighbouring Vancouver-Mount Pleasant MLA. They were also the only surviving members of the previous Cabinet; even ...
Coral Smith... alities, including herself, ' Trishelle Cannatella, 's Tonya Cooley, and 's
Arthur ConollyThe term "The Great Game" is usually attributed to(1807–1842), an intelligence officer of the British East India Company's S ...
Thomas Henry Huxley... ton, now part of Imperial College London) in London, studying biology under. As an alumnus, he later helped to set up the Royal College of Science As ...
John Winthrop... House at Harvard University is named in honor of him and of his descendant, who briefly served as President of Harvard
Carl Friedrich Gauss... derive electric and magnetic metric units, following the recommendation ofin 1832
King George VI... e B of the Constitution Act, 1982, and the Letters Patent issued in 1947 by. The office and its functions are instead governed by constitutional conv ...
Charles DarwinLocal attractions include Down House (the home of), Chislehurst Caves, Holwood House (the home of William Pitt the Younger) ...
Friedrich Gauss... on Zach and Heinrich W. M. Olbers after a preliminary orbit was computed by. This object came to be named Ceres, and was the first asteroid to be dis ...
Robert Adam... of Luton and had Luton Hoo designed and built by the neoclassical architect. Work commenced in 1767. The original plan had been for a grand and magni ...
Roger PenroseThe hypothesis was first formulated byin 1969, and it is not stated in a completely formal way. In a sense it is ...
William Marshal... Life of William Marshal, which dates to soon after 1219, when word reached, one of the richest and most influential barons, that Richard was dead, h ...
Ludwig Wittgenstein... tter's death in 1937. Norman Malcolm famously credits Sraffa with providingwith the conceptual break that founded the Philosophical Investigations, b ...
Adrian Edmondson... he ITV pantomime – Jack and the Beanstalk, alongside actors Neil Morrissey,, Paul Merton, Denise van Outen and Julian Clary. The show was first broad ...
Charles Lyell... ol of geological thought lost ground to uniformitarianism, as championed byand others, which claimed that the geological features of the earth were b ...
Pope John Paul IIn the work known as Illustrissimi, a collection of letters written bywhen he was Patriarch of Venice, Dupanloup is one of the "recipients" of t ...
Samuel Taylor Coleridge... Ball was possibly the British leader most loved by the Maltese population.became an assistant to Ball in 1804 and later described his administration ...
Kevin Warwick... riment with RFID implants was conducted by British professor of cybernetics, who implanted a chip in his arm in 1998. In 2004 Conrad Chase offered im ...
Bill ClintonA similar study of Asian Americans in 1998 resulted in Presidentpresenting 21 new Medals of Honor in 2000, including 20 to Japanese Americ ...
John Daniell... y's experiments led him to state his two laws of electrochemistry. In 1836,invented a primary cell in which hydrogen was eliminated in the generation ...
Abdus Salam... f the electromagnetic and weak interactions in the standard model is due to, Steven Weinberg and, subsequently, Sheldon Glashow. After the discovery, ...
Benjamin Disraeli... Good Companions (1933), the lead in Alfred Hitchcock's Secret Agent (1936),in The Prime Minister (1940), Cassius in Julius Caesar (1953) (BAFTA Award ...
Rudyard Kipling... avalry. It was introduced into mainstream consciousness by British novelistin his novel Kim (1901)
Julian Huxley... , E.M.Forster, Barbara Hepworth, Patrick Heron, Rev. Trevor Huddleston, Sir, Edward Hyams, the Bishop of Llandaff Dr Glyn Simon, Doris Lessing, Sir C ...
Newton... n Uranus's observed orbit and the one predicted from the laws of gravity of. At the same time, but unknown to Le Verrier, similar calculations were m ...
Albert Einstein... attempts of the Banovina of Croatia to have them extradited were fruitless.and Heinrich Mann sent a letter to the International League for Human Righ ...
Charles DarwinThis was the first stop the HMS Beagle made on its journey on whichwould make his amazing discoveries
Jamie Chungcastmatehas appeared in various television and film roles, including Dragonball Ev ...
Joseph Louis Lagrange... 8, 1794, the president of the commission which developed the metric system,, proposed in a report to the commission the names déci-jour and centi-jou ...
Peter AckroydLittle Dorrit formed the backdrop to's debut novel, The Great Fire of London (1982)
John James Audubon... popular, commercial hunting started on a prodigious scale. The bird painterdescribed the preparations for slaughter at a known pigeon-roosting site
Margaret of Anjou... ns in a succession of battles. And while the Lancastrian Henry VI and Queenwere campaigning in the north of England, Warwick gained control of the ca ...
Joseph Ratzinger... legel, the historian Barthold Georg Niebuhr, the theologians Karl Barth andand the poet Ernst Moritz Arndt
Godfrey Hounsfield... and of the transverse axial scanning method – this last due to the work ofand South African-born Allan McLeod Cormack – gradually supplanted it as t ...
Stefan Wyszyński... rations of the 1,000th anniversary of the Baptism of Poland led by Cardinaland other bishops turned into a huge demonstration of the power and popula ...
Avi Shlaim... mission, without the consent of their commander, as described by historian
Bill Clinton... confidence in action", to which incumbent president and Democratic nomineeresponded, "We do not need to build a bridge to the past, we need to build ...
William Buckland... sh geologists and fossil collectors such as Mary Anning, William Conybeare,, and Gideon Mantell, who found and described the first ichthyosaurs, ples ...
Stephen Jay Gould... e. Biodiversity became a cause of major concern as habitat destruction, and's theory of punctuated equilibrium revolutionized evolutionary thought
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André-Marie AmpèreIn 1821,suggested that telegraphy could be done by a system of galvanometers, with ...
WGNT... television affiliates are WTKR-TV 3 (CBS), WAVY 10 (NBC), WVEC-TV 13 (ABC),27 (CW), WTVZ 33 (MyNetworkTV), WVBT 43 (Fox), and WPXV 49 (ION Television ...
D.S.FalconerThe "reeler" mouse was described for the first time in 1951 byin Edinburgh University as a spontaneous variant arising in a colony of mi ...
John Lennon... ly Damage Your Health. She portrays Diana, a fan of The Beatles band member; she tries unsuccessfully to meet him. Years later, after multiple failed ...
Neil Gaiman... l style was inspired by the Wold Newton Universe of Philip José Farmer, andhelped develop the series (and was originally going to be its co-author). ...
Cotton Mather... ntless numbers," Gabriel Sagard-Theodat wrote of "infinite multitudes," anddescribed a flight as being about a mile in width and taking several hours ...
John Lennon... s by Glyn Johns of the Get Back album (which would later become Let It Be).may have been the unintentional source for one of the Get Back bootlegs; L ...
Maynard Smith... opt T instead of S. This fact represents the point of departure of the ESS.and Price specify two conditions for a strategy S to be an ESS. Eithe
Charles Dickens... ationally well known fictional and historical characters such as Pinocchio,, Hippocrates, and Jesus. Each of the letters tend to be droll and witty, ...
Sir John Lubbock... ithos, "stone", literally meaning "New Stone Age." The term was invented byin 1865 as a refinement of the three-age system
John EcclesPopper andspeculated on the problem of free will for many years generally agreeing o ...
Ted Kennedy... is John Kerry, who became the senior Senator following the death of Senatoron August 24, 2009. The junior Senator is Scott Brown, who won the special ...
Thomas TelfordThe road was re-paved in the early 19th century bywho brought it back into use as a turnpike road for use by mail coaches br ...
Neil GaimanDespair is one of the Endless, fictional characters from's comic book series, The Sandman
James WattA fundamental change in working principles was brought about by. In close collaboration with Matthew Boulton, he had succeeded by 1778 in ...
Michael Palin... yika featured in the documentary series Pole to Pole. The BBC documentarianstayed on board the MV Liemba and traveled across the lake
Paul VI... mentioning Pinocchio to the learned intellectual discourses of Pius XII or. Visitors spoke of his isolation and loneliness, and the fact that he was ...
Joseph Black... ncept of latent heat with respect to volume was perhaps first recognized byin 1762. The term 'latent heat of expansion' is also used. The latent heat ...
Geneva... ano Maria Tomasi at a meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council inon 22 September 2009, the Holy See stated that the majority of Catholic cl ...
Lewis Carroll... n a uniquely complex linguistic style, coined the words monomyth and quark.has been called "the king of neologistic poems" because of his poem, "Jabb ...
Randy Jackson... es, Ryan Seacrest, Jeff Foxworthy, Kix Brooks, Bob Kingsley, Crook & Chase,, Walt Love, Al Gross, Dick Bartley, and (via reruns) Casey Kasem. Other t ...
Michael Longley... was born. A second son, Christopher, was born in 1968. That same year, with, Heaney took part in a reading tour called Room to Rhyme, which led to mu ...
Adrian Sanders... d until 1997 Torbay constituency was a safe Tory seat, but Liberal Democratoverturned spy writer Rupert Allason's majority by just 12 votes in 1997, ...
Huygens... ad to be justifiable in terms of direct physical action, a position held byand the German philosopher Gottfried Leibniz, who, while following in the ...
Tori SpellingIn guest appearances, Jennie Garth, Shannen Doherty andreprised their roles as Kelly Taylor, Brenda Walsh and Donna Martin, respe ...
Cleopatra II of Egypt... 138 BCE), Ptolemy VI of Egypt (reigned 163–145 BCE), and Ptolemy's co-rulerwere deteriorating, and they supported a rival claimant to the Seleucid th ...
George V... o under the British Raj (1857–1920). British had captured Delhi by 1803 andannounced in 1911 that the capital of British controlled parts of India wo ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss... either of these writers treated the four-parameter rotations as an algebra.had also discovered quaternions in 1819, but this work was only published ...
William Grove... alloying the amalgamated zinc with mercury would produce a better voltage.produced the first fuel cell in 1839. In 1846, Wilhelm Weber developed the ...
Isabel Bayrakdarian... rina Allegrova, Garou, Alla Pugacheva, Shadmehr, Ian Gillan, Hasmik Papian,, Siavash Ghomayshi, Space, Bambir, Grigory Leps, George Benson, and many ...
Queen ElizabethIn 1939, King George VI andtoured the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth. During the visit, the Queen and ...
Andrew Johnson... ch events as the process of Reconstruction and the impeachment of President
Prince Henry... ries from all over the world. Among those in attendance were George V's son, Marshal Franchet d'Esperey of France, and the Prince of Udine representi ...
Nicholas Bye... r 2005, the winning candidate was a former Liberal Parliamentary Candidate,, who won the election as a Conservative
Lady Margaret Beaufort... III of England, who gave him a pension and the reversion of the estates of. However, on the accession of Henry VII following the Battle of Bosworth ...
Duke of Wellington... Marquess of Anglesey, and one of the heroes of Waterloo, who cuckolded the's brother Henry Wellesley and later - in one of the period's more celebra ...
Amalasuntha... Ostrogothic king Athalaric, the grandson of Theodoric through his daughter. Both were unable to settle disputes among Gothic elites. Theodahad, cous ...
William PennThe status continued unofficially until the area was included in's charter for Pennsylvania, on August 24, 1682. During this later period ...
A. C. Grayling... nor do I see why I should. I'm a historian." Similarly, British philosopherhas described British area bombardment as an "immoral act" and "moral crim ...
Paul Tillich... dissertation on "A Comparison of the Conceptions of God in the Thinking ofand Henry Nelson Wieman". A 1980s inquiry concluded portions of his disser ...
Oscar Peterson... erforming in festivals and concerts with such musicians as Louis Armstrong,, Dinah Washington, George Shearing, Cal Tjader, and Thelonious Monk. She ...
Osvaldo Golijov... Bûcher, Krzysztof Penderecki St. Luke Passion, René Clemencic Kabbala, andLa Pasión según San Marcos. Oratorios by popular musicians include Paul Mc ...
Henry Cowell... Ernest Bloch, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Bohuslav Martinů, Malcolm Williamson,, Alfred Schnittke, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Andrei Eshpai, Eino Tamberg, Krzys ...
Prince Rupert of the Rhine... ooning military leaders for political purposes. A pamphlet directed againstis a typical example. During the 19th century, irreverence towards authori ...
Bill Clinton... gnised experts, including Benjamin Barber (formerly an adviser to President), Jan Gustav Strandenaes (United Nations adviser on environmental issues) ...
Geneva... he principles of John Calvin which Knox had been exposed to while living in, Switzerland. In 1560, the Scottish Parliament abolished papal jurisdicti ...
John Aubrey... lton was nearly sixty when he published Paradise Lost in 1667. [The writer](1626-97) tell us that the poem was begun in about 1658 and finished in ab ...
Neil Gaiman... protagonist of DC Comics' Vertigo comic book series The Sandman, written by. One of the seven Endless, inconceivably powerful beings older and greate ...
Pope John Paul IIOn Sunday, October 9, 1979,celebrated Mass on the National Mall during a visit to Washington. The cel ...
Stephen Hawking... hysics, driven by the development of the integrated circuit, and the laser.developed his theories of black holes and the boundary-condition of the un ...
Ampère... eld exerts a force on a current. The phenomenon was further investigated by, who discovered that two parallel current-carrying wires exerted a force ...
John Smeaton... e joint patent expired, of which 14 were abroad. In the 1770s, the engineerbuilt some very large examples and introduced a number of improvements. A ...
Lord Melbourne... . The last monarch to remove a Prime Minister was William IV, who dismissedin 1834. The Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011 removed the monarch's authori ...
Karol Wojtyla... his papal name. This legacy was so remarkable that his successor, Cardinal, chose the same name
Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.... Johnson was offered the vice-presidential nomination. Some sources (such as's) state that Kennedy offered the position to Johnson as a courtesy and d ...
Benjamin Barber... ation issues from a number of internationally recognised experts, including(formerly an adviser to President Bill Clinton), Jan Gustav Strandenaes (U ...
Carl Friedrich Gaussnamed after
George Martin... lbum, Only Visiting This Planet, the first album in a projected trilogy, in's London AIR Studios. Only Visiting This Planet, which was "Initially coo ...
Adrian Edmondson... French and Jennifer Saunders, Alexei Sayle, Craig Ferguson, Rik Mayall andbegan their careers. The stand-up comedy circuit rapidly expanded from Lon ...
Charles Hatchett... ng Uranus, which he discovered, and other planets), and the burial place ofwho discovered niobium
Margaret Thatcher... as found to be the fourth most recognisable after the Queen, Tony Blair and
Walter Kauzmann... bonding, an idea first put forth by William Astbury in 1933. Later work byon denaturation, based partly on previous studies by Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang, ...
G. H. Hardy... ng the topic. In particular, number theorists such as British mathematicianprided themselves on doing work that had absolutely no military significan ...
Edward VIISince the reign ofa clerk in holy orders in the Church of England or in another Anglican Chu ...
Meredith Monk... minimalist works of Philip Glass, a Baltimore native based out of New York,and others
Kathy Griffin... stand-up performance in Saratoga, California, Wozniak began dating comedian. Together, they attended the 2007 Emmy Awards, and he subsequently made m ...
Paul McCartney... h-profile concerts. Linkin Park, The Prodigy, t.A.T.u., Shakira, Scorpions,, Roger Waters, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and other celebrities performed the ...
Bill Clinton... udents were given the results of student and national polls indicating thatwas in the lead. Others were not exposed to the results of the polls. Seve ...
Milton Friedman... ughart. The book also received favorable reviews from academics Gary Kleck,, and Thomas Sowell
John Maynard SmithEvolutionarily stable strategies were defined and introduced byand George R. Price in a 1973 Nature paper. Such was the time taken in pee ...
Sten Sture the Elder... outside Stockholm) October 1471 where he was defeated by the Swedish regentwho was supported by the Danish-Swedish nobleman's clan the Thott family. ...
Donald KnuthIn 1983, Zapf had completed the typeface AMS Euler withand David Siegel of Stanford University for the American Mathematical Soci ...
William Trevor... Nichols found work in television, notably playing opposite Alastair Sim in's production of The Generals Day. She made appearances in Flint, The Tea ...
Winston Churchill... respect of front-line commanders. He interacted adeptly with allies such as, Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery and General Charles de Gaulle. He had s ...
Maurice Wilkins... klin. Crick and Watson felt that they had benefited from collaborating with. They offered him a co-authorship on the article that first described the ...
Linus PaulingIn the book The Nature of the Chemical Bond,credits T. S. Moore and T. F. Winmill with the first mention of the hydrog ...
Steve FossettMore recently, in 2001,passed over just south of Aitutaki in the balloon Solo Spirit during his r ...
Walter Burley... Eleatics and sceptics are treated under the Italic. From the statements of(a 14th-century monk) in his De vita et moribus philosophorum the text of ...
KVER-CA... ix Spanish-language networks (local or regional affiliates like KUNA-LP and), some are over-air signals from Mexico. About eight Los Angeles televisi ...
Sir Paul McCartney... , are entitled to the honorific "Lady" before their husband's surname. Thus's ex-wife was formally styled Lady McCartney (rather than Lady Paul McCar ...
Paul McCartney... second greatest and most important cultural event of the rock and roll era., who participated in Uncuts poll stated, "It's the way [Presley] sings it ...
George MartinCompiled by producerand the (then) three surviving members of the band, 1 includes the 27 Beat ...
William Herschel... old. It was the marriage place (May 7, 1788) and burial place (1822) of Sir(in whose memory there stands a newly erected stained-glass window depicti ...
Joan Rivers... ntreux" at the Montreux Comedy Festival in 1985. In 1986 he was sidekick toon her UK talk show. He appeared as Mr Jolly in 1987 in The Comic Strip Pr ...
William Astbury... secondary structures based on hydrogen bonding, an idea first put forth byin 1933. Later work by Walter Kauzmann on denaturation, based partly on pr ...
Joseph Locke... railway engineers who were to follow, such as his son Robert, his assistantwho went on to carry out much work on his own account and Isambard Kingdom ...
James Clerk Maxwell... tromagnetic waves can travel over some distance. This had been predicted byand Michael Faraday. With his apparatus configuration, the electric and ma ...
Aneurin Bevan... y J. B. Priestley on "Britain and the Nuclear Bombs", which was critical offor changing his mind about nuclear weapons and ceasing to advocate unilat ...
Da Brat... rs, including Lauryn Hill, MC Lyte, Lil' Kim, Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah,, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj, Khia, M.I.A., Foxy Brown, and Lisa Lopes from T ...
KUNA-LP... alley, and six Spanish-language networks (local or regional affiliates likeand KVER-CA), some are over-air signals from Mexico. About eight Los Angel ...
Kirk Varnedoe... s of art were a part of modernist experimentation as well, as documented inand Adam Gopnik's 1990-91 show High and Low: Popular Culture and Modern Ar ...
Bill Clinton... sted here include Presidents John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan,and Barack Obama all of Irish descent. Other famous visitors to the Áras a ...
Harold Pinter... nto the west chapel to a recording of The Beatles song "A Day in the Life".read the eulogy, concluding with "He was a bloody marvellous writer." Acco ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss... tromagnetic telegraph was created by Baron Schilling in Russia, and in 1833and Wilhelm Weber invented their own code to communicate over a distance o ...
Fynes MorysonIn's "Itinerary" (1617) is a similar allusion to the habit of carrying umbre ...
King Juan Carlos IOn 4 February 2011, Vargas Llosa was raised into the Spanish nobility bywith the hereditary title of Marqués de Vargas Llosa (English: Marquis of ...
Britney SpearsOn September 4, 2003,, Mary J. Blige, Aretha Franklin, Aerosmith and others performed in a nati ...
Missy Elliott... een a number of female rap stars, including Lauryn Hill, MC Lyte, Lil' Kim,, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj, Khia, M.I.A., Foxy Brow ...
Hannah Arendt... nalism, Chauvinism", in The Review of Politics 7.4, (October 1945), p. 457,, the political theorist, describes the concept
Edward RuschaBridget Riley,, an
Britney Spears... ured a soundtrack which included previously unreleased songs by 'N Sync and. Bass collaborated with Joey Fatone, Mandy Moore, Christian Burns and Tru ...
Margaret Drabble... arrilow (Etruscan Publications, 1966). Also, Arnold Bennett: A Biography by(Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London 1974)
Max Perutz... hese data were shown to them, without her knowledge, by Maurice Wilkins and. Her experimental results provided estimates of the water content of DNA ...
KESQ-TV... 's radio stations are licensed to Indio: KESQ 1400 AM (in Spanish) owned by/KDFX-CA, KKUU 92.7 FM (Urban/Hip-hop/R&B) owned by Morris Communications, ...
Nikola Tesla... l, Michael Faraday, Henri Becquerel, and Marie Curie, and inventors such as, Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell. The world was changing rapidly, ...
Robert Caro... life by an exceptional lust for power and control. As Johnson's biographerobserves, "Johnson's ambition was uncommon—in the degree to which it was u ...
Pope John Paul II... e of about a million at his home city of Lyon, in celebration of a visit by. Watching from Lyon Cathedral, the Pope began the concert with a good-nig ...
Marc Isambard Brunel... o produce concrete. Portland cement was used by the famous English engineerseveral years later when constructing the Thames Tunnel
Hailsham... ial act to allow him to sit in the House of Commons; in 1963 Lords Home andwere only able to be candidates owing to recent legislation permitting the ...
John Vane... throps jararaca, a South American pit viper, in 1965. Ferreira then went to's laboratory as a postdoctoral with his already-isolated BPF. The convers ...
Frederick SangerThe first protein to be sequenced was insulin, by, in 1949. Sanger correctly determined the amino acid sequence of insulin, ...
Robert Adam... istic patron. Among his beneficiaries were Samuel Johnson, Tobias Smollett,, William Robertson and John Hill. He also gave considerably to the Scotti ...
Pope John Paul II... inier III; King Baudouin of the Belgians; King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia;; Prince Charles, and Prince Philip
Neil Gaiman... of sub-stories in the Season 17 episode "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story".'s influential graphic novel series The Sandman includes several examples ...
Edgar F. CoddTuple calculus is a calculus that was introduced byas part of the relational model, in order to provide a declarative databas ...
Jackie Stewart... ident. Ickx finished second in the drivers' championship, with 37 points to's 63. Brabham himself took a couple of pole positions and two top three f ...
George Nares... oratories for natural history and chemistry. The expedition, led by Captain, sailed from Portsmouth, England, on 21 December 1872. Other naval office ...
Paul Samuelson... cantilism have sometimes led critics to call them neo-mercantilism. Indeed,, writing within a Keynesian framework, defended mercantilism, writing: "W ...
William Julius WilsonRustin's analysis was supported by the later research by. Wilson documented an increase in inequality within the Black community, ...
John Sayles... had also helped directors such as Francis Ford Coppola, James Cameron, andlaunch their careers. It was Corman who taught Scorsese that entertaining ...
Andrew Wiles... ts Murray Gell-Mann in 2002, Steven Weinberg in 2005, and the mathematicianin 2003) take a walk from Dunsink Observatory to the Royal Canal bridge wh ...
WVBT... CBS), WAVY 10 (NBC), WVEC-TV 13 (ABC), WGNT 27 (CW), WTVZ 33 (MyNetworkTV),43 (Fox), and WPXV 49 (ION Television). The Public Broadcasting Service st ...
Kirk Varnedoe... with all uses of the term postmodern there are critics of its application., for instance, stated that there is no such thing as postmodernism, and t ...
Charles Dickens... press Maria Theresa and Pinocchio. Others 'written to' included Mark Twain,and Christopher Marlowe
George V... he idea received the support of the Dean of Westminster and later from King, responding to a wave of public support. At the same time, there was a si ...
James CookCaptain, in one of his voyages, sees some of the natives of the South Pacific Isl ...
Richard Claverhouse Jebb... ipus the King, even if they don't always agree on the reasons. For example,claimed that "The Oedipus Tyranus is in one sense the masterpiece of Attic ...
Wilhelm Ostwald... the behaviour of dilute solutions and gases. In 1887, he and German chemistfounded an influential scientific magazine named Zeitschrift für physikali ...
Einstein's... inguishes these spaces from the curved spaces of non-Euclidean geometry andgeneral theory of relativity, and is named for the Greek mathematician Euc ...
Elizabeth IIOn 17 May 2011,became the first British monarch to visit the Áras on the occasion of her ...
Leslie Orgel... rned with the origins of the genetic code. In 1966, Crick took the place ofat a meeting where Orgel was to talk about the origin of life. Crick specu ...
James CookThe name Anchor Point comes from a legend that whendiscovered the area, he lost an anchor. Settlers came beginning in the ear ...
Karol Józef WojtyłaIn October 1978, the Archbishop of Kraków, Cardinal, became Pope John Paul II, head of the Roman Catholic Church. Polish Cath ...
famous physicist... y career. He changed his surname from Einstein (to avoid confusion with the) and began a comedy career that quickly made him a regular on variety and ...
Charles II of EnglandThe Royal Declaration of Indulgence was's attempt to extend religious liberty to Protestant nonconformists and Ro ...
John Evelyn... ge parasol of the Chinese Government officials, borne by native attendants., in his Diary for June 22, 1664, mentions a collection of rarities shown ...
George V... of Commons, but in private admitted that he was prejudiced against Curzon., who shared this prejudice, was grateful for the advice and authorised St ...
Bill Clinton... mocrat to win a majority in the county was Lyndon Johnson in 1964, althoughand Barack Obama won pluralities in 1992 and 2008, respectively
Michael Faraday... ern science, with the work of Louis Pasteur, Charles Darwin, Gregor Mendel,, Henri Becquerel, and Marie Curie, and inventors such as Nikola Tesla, Th ...
James II... on and take Anglican communion. When Charles II's openly Catholic successorattempted to issue a similar Declaration of Indulgence, an order for gener ...
King George II... n South Carolina. In 1730, Camden became part of a township plan ordered by. Kershaw County’s official web site states, “Originally laid out in 1732 ...
R. M. Hare... legedly exercised an important influence on the work of Plato. According to, this influence consists of three points: (1) The platonic Republic might ...
James Cook... as reputed to be Commodore John Byron in 1765, the immediate predecessor of's more famous explorations of the Pacific between 1769-1779. With the gro ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... involving the Church, which culminated in the murder of Thomas Becket, the. The problem for the King was that the Church acted like an imperium in i ...
James Randi... of paranormal claims. Amongst those invited were Martin Gardner, Ray Hyman,, and Marcello Truzzi, all members of the Resources for the Scientific Eva ...
Rupert Brooke... this time his younger brother Hamo was killed in the Gallipoli Campaign. (, whom Siegfried had briefly met, died on the way there.) Hamo's death hit ...
James B. Sumner... s as enzymes in living organisms was not fully appreciated until 1926, whenshowed that the enzyme urease was in fact a protein
John Locke... ote a manual for the education of young children, drawing from the ideas of, and founded (1764) the famous Smolny Institute, which admitted young gir ...
Daniel Dennett... ubjectively aware of by way of introspection. Rey suggests that people likeare wrong to view "beliefs" as only being useful instruments by which Folk ...
W. D. HamiltonThe concept was derived from R. H. MacArthur and's work on sex ratios, derived from Fisher's principle, especially Hamilto ...
Nelly FurtadoAt the 2007 ceremony, hostmade Juno history by being the first nominee with multiple nominations to ...
Lord Bassam of Brighton... recruits to the same terrorist training camps in Pakistan used by Al Qaeda., then Home Office minister, stated that International Sikh Youth Federati ...
Lil' Kim... ere have been a number of female rap stars, including Lauryn Hill, MC Lyte,, Missy Elliott, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Eve, Trina, Nicki Minaj, Khia, M. ...
Ryan Seacrest... 970; current hosts of countdown shows in various formats include Rick Dees,, Jeff Foxworthy, Kix Brooks, Bob Kingsley, Crook & Chase, Randy Jackson, ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss, one of the most influential mathematicians of the early 19th century, de ...
Sir Charles Parsons... extracted from wind or flowing water. The modern steam turbine invented byin 1884 today generates about 80 percent of the electric power in the worl ...
Joan Rivers... te include Graydon Carter, the editor of the magazine Vanity Fair, comedian, actress Christine Baranski, and bandleader Peter Duchin. Past notable re ...
Walter William Skeat... rface of the water. Robinson replied, "A schooner let her be." According to, the term schooner comes from scoon, while the sch spelling comes from th ...
Bruce CockburnA Humanitarian Award was inaugurated in 2006.was the first artist to be given this honour
Albert Einstein... rtz helped establish the photoelectric effect (which was later explained by) when he noticed that a charged object loses its charge more readily when ...
Alexander von HumboldtOn August 15, 1801, the Prussian scientistreached Fontibón where Mutis, and began his expedition to New Granada, Qui ...
Bill ClintonPresidentperformed the song on saxophone during his appearance on The Arsenio Hall ...
Benjamin Disraeli... traditionally heard in silence. Whitlam responded to McEwen by stating thathad been heckled in his maiden speech, and had responded, "The time will c ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel... tant Joseph Locke who went on to carry out much work on his own account and. These men were following in his footsteps. Stephenson was also farsighte ...
Wheatstone... ed the electrical telegraph, demonstrated commercially in 1837 by Cooke and, was one of its earliest applications. With the construction of first int ...
Brenda Maddox... blish two additional papers from King's College along with the helix paper.suggested that because of the importance of her experimental results in Wa ...
William Butler Yeats... ta. Asked how it felt having his name to the Irish Nobel pantheon featuring, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett, Heaney responded: "It's like bei ...
Michael Faraday... avel over some distance. This had been predicted by James Clerk Maxwell and. With his apparatus configuration, the electric and magnetic fields would ...
Charles Darwin... y was also the beginning of modern science, with the work of Louis Pasteur,, Gregor Mendel, Michael Faraday, Henri Becquerel, and Marie Curie, and in ...
Pope Benedict XVIThe district of Altötting was established in 1837. The currentwas born here 1927 in the village of Marktl
Charles Darwin... g and famed for their vast number of endemic species, which were studied byduring the voyage of the Beagle. His observations and collections contribu ...
Walter Pater... about Christian redemption; and essays by St Augustine, Cardinal Newman and
Prince Charles... gh took up residence at Clarence House. Their first two children were born:in 1948 and Princess Anne in 1950
Jeremy Taylor... choly Dane." Other major melancholic authors include Sir Thomas Browne, and, whose Hydriotaphia, Urn Burial and Holy Living and Holy Dying, respectiv ...
Mo Mowlam... ters played the late MP and former Secretary of State for Northern Ireland,in a drama for Channel 4, broadcast in early 2010. She had misgivings abou ...
Jon Trickett... The rally was attended by over 1,000 people. It was addressed by Labour MPs, , , , and , and of and of the . In the House of Commons, 161 MPs (88 of ...
Pope John Paul II====2003====stated that "there is no place in the priesthood and religious life for th ...
Linus Pauling... se A become a major target for biochemical study for the following decades.is credited with the successful prediction of regular protein secondary st ...
Charles Dickens... rature contains many references to him, for example in A Christmas Carol by, and in this folk rhyme
Max Hastings... f the city provoked unease in intellectual circles in Britain. According to, by February 1945, attacks upon German cities had become largely irreleva ...
Joshua Reynolds... le:Sir Joshua Reynolds 008.jpg|Colonel John Hayes St. Leger (detail) by SirFile:Thomas Rowlandson (12).jpg|Rowlandson often satirised the military Fi ...
William Oughtred... ff an interest in sundials. In the summer of 1663, he read Wingate's Canon,'s Canon, and Thomas Stirrup's Art of Dialling. At about the same time, he ...
Alexander von Humboldt... poor to develop the telegraph on their own, but they received funding from. Carl August Steinheil in Munich was able to build a telegraph network wi ...
Bill Gates... t's INS to the Bettman Archive. Bettman was later sold to Microsoft founder's separate Corbis Corporation, which continues to control the images of U ...
George Bernard Shaw... having his name to the Irish Nobel pantheon featuring William Butler Yeats,and Samuel Beckett, Heaney responded: "It's like being a little foothill a ...
Bill Clinton... ecipients be upgraded to the Medal of Honor. On January 13, 1997, Presidentpresented the medal to seven African American World War II veterans. With ...
W. W. SkeatAll modern discussion of the text revolves around the classifications of. Skeat argued that there are as many as ten forms of the poem, but only t ...
W. T. Tutte... recorded as being studied by R. L. Brooks, C. A. B. Smith, A. H. Stone andat Cambridge University
Norfolk Tides... state on MASN. When the New York Mets ended their long affiliation with thein 2007, the Orioles adopted the minor league club as their top level (AAA ...
Frank Spedding... tion from Bayan Obo, China, with an even "richer" europium content of 0.2%., celebrated for his development of the ion-exchange technology that revol ...
James Gibbs... ll) in 1716, the 'Pagan Temple' (designed by the Catholic Baroque architect) and the Rustic House (designed by Lord Burlington)
Bertrand Russell... dicisse Pythagorea omnia ("They say Plato learned all things Pythagorean")., in his A History of Western Philosophy, contended that the influence of ...
Princess Anne... rence House. Their first two children were born: Prince Charles in 1948 andin 1950
Lord Camden... the colony. Kershaw suggested that the town be renamed Camden, in honor of, the champion of colonial rights
Reginald Pole... ed only in the order of cardinal deacons. For example, in the 16th century,was a cardinal for 18 years before he was ordained a priest. In 1917 it wa ...
John Lennon... t and actor of English, Japanese and Irish Descent. He is the only child ofand Yoko Ono and the younger half-brother of Julian Lennon. His godfather ...
Charles Darwin... from speculating about the gradual transmutation of species, right up untilpublished On the Origin of Species more than two decades after Cuvier's de ...
Averil Cameron... iastical history—a genre that was founded by Eusebius of Caesarea. However,has argued convincingly that Procopius' works reflect the tensions between ...
Charles Dickens... Man) would have a profound influence on later writers such as Albert Camus,, and Fyodor Dostoevsky. Claude Gueux, a documentary short story about a r ...
Robert Harkness... the theory of natural selection was another schooled in Dumfries. Geologistwas schooled in Dumfries and subsequently resided in the town. Sir Frank W ...
Steven LukesIn Power: A radical view (1974)outlines two dimensions through which power had been theorised in the earl ...
Thomas Pynchon... Dick's 1974 novel Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said (Dick 1993, 101) and in's 1966 novel The Crying of Lot 49. The Pynchon novel features "The Scope" ...
Charles Wheatstone... l electrical telegraph was co-developed by Sir William Fothergill Cooke and. Cooke and Wheatstone patented it in May 1837 as an alarm system, and it ...
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim... on the reform and modernization of the Qing Dynasty. The task was given to, at the time a colonel in the Russian army, who travelled to China with F ...
Fred DonnerIn his book The Early Islamic Conquests (1981),argues that the standard Arabian practice at the time was for the prominen ...
Sydney BrennerCrick addressed the Origin of Protein Synthesis in a paper with, Aaron Klug, and George Pieczenik. In this paper, based on Pieczenik's wo ...
John Penn... n a very small scale, Crimean War gunboat engines designed and assembled byof Greenwich are recorded as the first instance of the application of mass ...
Goethe... during Sturm und Drang, with such works as The Sorrows of Young Werther byor in Romanticism with works such as Ode on Melancholy by John Keats. In t ...
Adam Smith... t. A number of scholars found important flaws with mercantilism long beforedeveloped an ideology that could fully replace it. Critics like Hume, Dudl ...
William Crookes... ers included Michael Faraday, Alfred Russel Wallace, Rufus Osgood Mason and. Their work predominantly involved carrying out focused experimental test ...
Albert Einstein... Transformation or even the FitzGerald - Lorentz - Einstein Transformation.dismissed the notion of the aether as an unnecessary one, and he concluded ...
Lloyd George... , India, at the time) and had lost “his old pompous ways”. Curzon served in's small War Cabinet as Leader of the House of Lords from December 1916. I ...
Charles DarwinWilliam Charles Wells, predecessor toon the theory of natural selection was another schooled in Dumfries. Geolo ...
Bill Clinton... ntly screened it in the White House, as did many other American presidents.cited High Noon as his favorite film and screened it a record 17 times at ...
Aaron Klug... k addressed the Origin of Protein Synthesis in a paper with Sydney Brenner,, and George Pieczenik. In this paper, based on Pieczenik's work, they spe ...
Miranda Seymour... edition published as Under the Influence, 1979), and also was the basis for's novel The Summer of '39 (1998). In 1939 Riding and Graves parted, and i ...
Joseph Rotblat... ard Davies, Michael Foot, Arthur Goss, Kingsley Martin, J. B. Priestley and
Harold Pinter... cal acclaim for his performances in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and's The Caretaker at the National Theatre; and Pinter's The Homecoming and ...
King Charles IIBy 1681, then-acting governor Morgan had fallen out of favour with, who was intent on weakening the semi-autonomous Jamaican Council, and wa ...
Peter Ustinov... originally intended to be performed by a cast including Spike Milligan and, but Godley and Creme eventually settled on Cook once they realised he co ...
Carl Benjamin Boyer... e finite.". He also provided a wrong explanation of the rainbow phenomenon.described Avicenna's ("Ibn Sīnā") theory on the rainbow as follows
S.R. Gardiner... Civil War and the Commonwealth; and although he is somewhat overshadowed by, who wrote about the same period, his books were highly regarded
John Locke... ideology that could fully replace it. Critics like Hume, Dudley North, andundermined much of mercantilism, and it steadily lost favor during the 18t ...
Charles Dickens... y), and this work sometimes led Wells to be touted as a worthy successor to. Wells also wrote abundantly about the "New Woman" and the Suffragettes ( ...
Paul GreenPulitzer Prize-winning playwrightwrote The Lost Colony in 1937 to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the ...
Alfred Russel Wallace... in the mid-nineteenth century; early researchers included Michael Faraday,, Rufus Osgood Mason and William Crookes. Their work predominantly involve ...
George V... al Warrant. The firm received further warrants from Edward as king and fromboth as Prince of Wales and as king
Éamon de Valera... iffith's concept of an Anglo-Irish dual monarchy and the new members, under, who wanted to achieve a republic. Matters almost led to a split at the p ...
Brian Friel... ish. Following the success of the Field Day Theatre Company's production of's Translations, Heaney joined the company's expanded Board of Directors i ...
Juan Carlos I of Spain... s each year. The Marivent Palace was offered by the city to the then Prince. The royals have since spent their summer holidays in Palma
Charles Dickens... Mortimer Presents the Trials of Marshall Hall (1996), "Josiah Bounderby" in' Hard Times (1998) and a part in the 2001 BBC Radio 4 version of The Thir ...
Heath Ledger... amily goes to Charlestown to vote on independence, Gabriel Martin played byreads in the paper that there was an uprising in Chestertown, with British ...
John Lennon... in for Pete Best. In commentary for a lawsuit to block the album's release,wrote, "the sleeve note, apart from being inaccurate, seems to have been w ...
Winston Churchill... made about aerial bombardment of major cities with gas in Mesopotamia, with, then-Secretary of State at the British War Office, arguing in favor of i ...
John LennonIn a 1975 interview,recalled his friend Don Beatty introducing him to Presley's music. Lennon ...
Daniel Burnham... of the city is built on uneven, hilly terrain of the northern section. Whenplotted the plans for the city, he made the City Hall as a reference point ...
Richard F. LyonOthers, invented byand sold by Xerox, used a 16-pixel visible-light image sensor with integra ...
Glenn T. Seaborg... discovery of americium in 1944, the periodic table had been restructured byto its present layout, containing the actinide row below the lanthanide on ...
Richard Dawkins... ossils, was subtropical, and supported an environment lush with vegetation.suggests that Antarctica, "provided a clement and ratite-friendly land bri ...
Ringo Starr... in the spring of 1962, prior to The Beatles' EMI contract, on a night whenhappened to be sitting in for Pete Best. In commentary for a lawsuit to bl ...
Thomas Henry Tizard... sons of Scottish botanist John Hutton Balfour). Also among the officers waswho had already carried out important hydrographic observations on previou ...
Carl LinnaeusThe genus name Glycine was originally introduced by(1737) in his first edition of Genera Plantarum. The word glycine is deriv ...
George AntheilLamarr also co-invented – with composer – an early technique for spread spectrum communications and frequency hop ...
Michael Faraday... cientists started in the mid-nineteenth century; early researchers included, Alfred Russel Wallace, Rufus Osgood Mason and William Crookes. Their wor ...
WTHR... ffiliate WRTV (channel 6), CBS affiliate WISH-TV (channel 8), NBC affiliate(channel 13), Fox affiliate WXIN (channel 59), and PBS local affiliate WFY ...
Stanley Elkin... avid Markson (Epitaph for a Tramp), Joseph McElroy (A Smuggler's Bible) and(The Magic Kingdom)
Pope Benedict XVI... tween Ratzinger and some of the bishops. As mentioned above, Ratzinger (now) issued official condemnations of certain elements of liberation theology ...
Edward VIIIn the 1880s, Prince Edward (later) purchased his country seat of Sandringham House in Norfolk and asked Tho ...
Hodding CarterIn 1932founded the now-defunct Hammond Daily Courier, which he left in 1939 to mo ...
Harold Pinter... ision film Langrishe, Go Down (1978), with Jeremy Irons and a screenplay byfrom the Aidan Higgins novel, directed by David Jones, in which she played ...
Michael Graves... uilding, as they tended to celebrate postmodern architects from the US like
George Bernard Shaw... ws was born in Synge Street, Dublin, Ireland, the same street as playwright. He was educated at the local school, Synge Street CBS. (His first name c ...
Josiah Wedgwood... otto "Am I not a Man and a Brother?" designed by the renowned pottery-maker. The committee also sought to influence slave-trading nations such as Fra ...
Sima Yi... hey were initially in a relatively stable formation. After a 249 AD coup by, the Sima family essentially controlled Cao Wei and soon conquered Shu Ha ...
Simon Schama... "Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?", but according to historianthis is incorrect: he accepts the account of the contemporary biographer E ...
Henry More... rm "Gnosticism" does not appear in ancient sources, and was first coined byin a commentary on the seven letters of the Book of Revelation, where More ...
John Hutton Balfour... Campbell, and Andrew Francis Balfour (one of the sons of Scottish botanist). Also among the officers was Thomas Henry Tizard who had already carried ...
William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham... of Georgia, Chatham County was created February 5, 1777, and is named after
Skeat... g.) There is little actual evidence for this proposal, and much against it.believed that the A-text was incomplete and based his editions on a B-text ...
Alfredo Ottaviani====1962====Cardinal, Secretary of the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office, sent a letter w ...
Minoru Yamasaki... lometre (2,300 acre) park built around Wascana Lake and designed in 1961 by— the Seattle-born architect best known as the designer of the original Wo ...
Bertrand Russell... h the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Collins was chosen as its Chairman,as its President and Peggy Duff as its organising secretary. The other mem ...
Lawrence of Arabia... sly begun to support Sharif Hussein bin Ali, Emir of the Hejaz by secondingin 1915. The Saudi Ikhwan began conflict with Emir Feisal also in 1917 jus ...
Philip Pullman... rry Potter series), and later had a leading role in the BBC's adaptation of's novel The Ruby in the Smoke. In the summer of 2006, she published her f ...
Queen Elizabeth II... hy of the United Kingdom and its overseas territories. The present monarch,, has reigned since 6 February 1952. She and her immediate family undertak ...
Pope Paul VIOn 15 December 1969, he was appointed Patriarch of Venice byand took possession of the archdiocese on 3 February 1970. Pope Paul creat ...
Charles Dickens... character Little Dorrit (Amy) was inspired by Mary Ann Cooper (née Mitton):sometimes visited her and her family; they lived in The Cedars, a house on ...
Murray Gell-Mann... ooth has organized a pilgrimage, where scientists (including the physicistsin 2002, Steven Weinberg in 2005, and the mathematician Andrew Wiles in 20 ...
Brian Josephson... asha Demkina. In a self-published commentary, Nobel Prize-winning physicistcriticized the test and evaluation methods and argued that the results sho ...
Juan de la Cierva... rotor disc in order to generate rotation. Invented by the Spanish engineerto create an aircraft that could safely fly at slow speeds, the autogyro w ...
Albert Einstein... tific exploration of the ultimate fate of the universe became possible with's 1916 theory of general relativity. General relativity can be employed t ...
Peggy Duff... . Collins was chosen as its Chairman, Bertrand Russell as its President andas its organising secretary. The other members of its executive committee ...
Erich Segal... early '70s brought a return to old-fashioned storytelling, especially with's Love Story. The seventies also saw the decline of previously well-respe ...
Harold Macmillan... n, Robert Graves, David Jones and C.S. Lewis. Future British Prime Ministerwas wounded in the hip, leaving him with a lifelong shuffle to his walk. H ...
Herman Boerhaave... the 1773 discoverer of urea, he was not the first to do so. Dutch scientisthad discovered this chemical as early as 1727. Rouelle is known as "le cad ...
Chyna... y Stiller, Al Green, Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora, former WWE wrestler, and Bass's bandmates Timberlake and Kirkpatrick. The film also featured ...
Charles Wuorinen... ie Kobalt (1989–90), "...a music for double bass solo and grand orchestra."added several important works to the repertoire, Spinoff trio for double b ...
Sir William Hamilton... no difficulty in giving his Sovereignty to England; and I have lately, with, got a Note that Malta should never be given to any Power without the con ...
Ashton Kutcher... wood would feature several Cedar Rapidians including actors Bobby Driscoll,, Elijah Wood and Ron Livingston. The area has also produced a number of p ...
James Cook... d Discovery, primarily HMS Discovery, one of the ships commanded by Captainduring his third and final major voyage from 1776 to 1779
Charles DickensNovelists such asoften used passages of satiric writing in their treatment of social issues ...
Alfred, Lord Tennyson... used mostly to glorify or sanctify war. The Charge of the Light Brigade by, with its galloping hoofbeat rhythm, is a prime late Victorian example of ...
Robert Menzies... red. In 1954, the ALP seemed likely to return to power. The Prime Minister,, adroitly used the defection of a Soviet official to his advantage, and h ...
James Lovelock... them or books that describe them (SimAnt: E.O. Wilson’s The Ants, SimEarth:’s Gaia Theory, SimCity: Jay Forrester’s Urban Dynamics and World Dynamics ...
Robert Boyle... ion of an equation of state. In 1662, the noted Irish physicist and chemistperformed a series of experiments employing a J-shaped glass tube, which w ...
Martin Kemp... Barbican's exhibition Seduced: Art and Sex from Antiquity to Now curated by, Marina Wallace and Joanne Bernstein. alongside other pieces by Bacon, Kl ...
Linus Pauling... has a net negative sum. The initial theory of hydrogen bonding proposed bysuggested that the hydrogen bonds had a partial covalent nature. This rema ...
Gene Amdahl... ipal design engineer was then-UCLA-faculty-member Lowell Amdahl, brother of. The AN/UYK-1 was built by the Ramo-Wooldridge Corporation (later TRW) fo ...
Pope John Paul IIOf the 232 cardinals thatelevated, four were named in pectore. The identities of three of these wer ...
Viviane Reding... ating these actions to pursue its political agenda. EU Justice Commissionerstated that the European Commission should take legal action against Franc ...
Alan Ayckbourn... (1981), and Michael Gambon in a stage production at Scarborough directed byin 1990. Gambon had been in Olivier's earlier production. In an interview ...
WTTO... r, but it actually broadcasts from studios in Birmingham, simulcasting with(channel 21). All of Birmingham's television stations are viewed in Bessem ...
Michael Foot... ive committee were Ritchie Calder, journalist James Cameron, Howard Davies,, Arthur Goss, Kingsley Martin, J. B. Priestley and Joseph Rotblat
Pedro Zamora... or his poor personal hygiene, and his roommates, most notably AIDS activist. As the show increased in popularity, Zamora’s life as someone living wit ...
Saul Bellow... eventies also saw the decline of previously well-respected writers, such asand Peter De Vries, who both released poorly received novels at the start ...
Bill Clinton... conservative William Kristol, Dole flatly rejected the health care plan of, remarking, "There is no crisis in health care.
Mel Giedroyc... people who were born in Epsom include television personalities Jeremy Vine,and Michaela Strachan (born in Ewell) as well as artist Simon Starling, ac ...
Stuart KauffmanDartmouth alumni in academia includeand Jeffrey Weeks, both recipients of MacArthur Fellowships (commonly call ...
Éamon de Valera... h rule in Ireland and increased support for the republican government under. The events of Bloody Sunday have survived in public memory. The Gaelic A ...
George Bernard Shaw... ayers, a theater group for young people that performs uncut Shakespeare andplays
Eduardo Francisco Pironio... th general great joy they had elected "God's candidate". Argentine Cardinalstated that, "We were witnesses of a moral miracle." And later, Mother Ter ...
John Locke... ations of a right to revolution against tyranny in the English language are's Essay concerning The True Original, Extent, and End of Civil-Government ...
John Cage... the band. Cale, who was influenced greatly by his work with La Monte Young,and the early Fluxus movement, encouraged the use of alternative ways of p ...
Henry Nottidge Moseley... ic work was conducted by Wyville Thomson, John Murray, John Young Buchanan,, and Rudolf von Willemoes-Suhm. The official expedition artist was John J ...
John WilkesThe journalistpublished a newspaper called The North Briton, in which both Bute and the ...
Rudyard Kipling... alloping hoofbeat rhythm, is a prime late Victorian example of this, thoughhad written a scathing reply, The Last of the Light Brigade, criticising t ...
William Charles Wells... appointment at the Crichton hospital his son, was educated at the Academy., predecessor to Charles Darwin on the theory of natural selection was ano ...
Josyf Slipyj... wear Eastern-style cassocks entirely of scarlet. (There is a photograph of, Major Archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Church and Cardinal, wearing ...
Don Coppersmith... 3727 ) due to Vassilevska Williams. The original algorithm was presented byand Shmuel Winograd in 1990, has an asymptotic complexity of O(n 2.376 ). ...
Jöns Bengtsson Oxenstierna... lmar Union. He received the power from temporary Swedish regents archbishopand lord Erik Axelsson Tott. However, Sweden being volatile and split by f ...
Chaz... survived by his wife Mary Bono and children Christy, Chianna, Chesare, and. His mother Jean Bono, also survived him, and died on January 15, 2005 at ...
Coral Smith... typical views about blacks imparted to s Mike Mizanin by his uncle offendedand Nicole Mitsch when he related them, and they tried to educate him on A ...
Alan Turing... hers. Most influential among these was the definition of Turing machines byin 1936, which turned out to be a very robust and flexible notion of compu ...
Sir Richard AttenboroughMountbatten was portrayed by Peter Harlowe in's 1982 epic Gandhi
Richard Dawkins... plication of the law of the State". In April 2010, Christopher Hitchens andwanted to prosecute the Pope for crimes against humanity due to what they ...
Snoop Dogg... les; the best-known proponents were the rappers 2Pac, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and. Gangsta rap continued to exert a major presence in American popular musi ...
Charles Hard Townes... century science, including Stephen Hawking and many nobel laureates such as
Adrienne ClarksonOn December 12, 2003, he was appointed by then Governor Generalas the twenty-first Prime Minister of Canada. When sworn in as Prime Minis ...
Winston Churchill... after speaker in the House of Commons expressed outrage. Ex-Prime Minister, a prominent and enthusiastic supporter of Zionism, criticized the attack ...
Paul Tillich... of at the time, resulting in alienation from fellow writers such as Camus., an important existentialist theologian following Kierkegaard and Karl Ba ...
Missy ElliottAaliyah worked with record producers Timbaland andfor her second album, One in a Million; it sold 3.7 million copies in the ...
John WesleyThe Methodist Church, founded by, upholds Article VII in the Articles of Religion in the Book of Disciplin ...
Drew McDermottSteve Hanks andargued, on the basis of their Yale shooting example, that this solution to ...
Mike MizaninThe stereotypical views about blacks imparted to sby his uncle offended Coral Smith and Nicole Mitsch when he related them, ...
Peter Hogg... cumstances, at the expense of the government powers. Constitutional scholarhas approved of the generous approach in some cases, although for others h ...
John Locke... ad scrawled, "Maybe now, there will be liberty!" and a hand-copied quote byasserting that a man has a right to kill someone who takes away his libert ...
A. E. Housman... ert – Ralph Hodgson – Thomas Hood – Teresa Hooley – Gerard Manley Hopkins –– Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey – T. E. Hulme – Leigh Hunt – Elizabeth Jenn ...
Evan Seinfeld... . K. Simmons, Dean Winters, Scott William Winters, Kirk Acevedo, Erik King,, David Zayas, Lauren Vélez, and Edie Falco
Michael Clanchy... thor of the Tractatus, and the historian Ralph Turner agrees. The historiansays of Walter "The proliferation of documents was a European and a contin ...
Raymond Reiter... default, sometimes called the commonsense law of inertia, was expressed byin default logic
Marina WarnerThe jury included musician Neil Tennant, author, curator Fumio Nanjo and British Council officer Ann Gallagher, chaired b ...
Stephen Hawking... rship roster of the most respected names in 20th century science, includingand many nobel laureates such as Charles Hard Townes
Enrico Clementi... table shows atomic radii computed from theoretical models, as published byand others in 1967. The values are in picometres (pm)
Melissa Howard... gious intolerance was a point of contention among housemates Julie Stoffer,and Jamie Murray on more than one occasion
Tommy Lee... otos from the famed Stolen Honeymoon sex tape featuring Pamela Anderson and. It also began to regularly feature pictorials of female models peeing, w ...
Juan Carlos I of Spain... uchess of Guise and later Duchess of Nemours, Lucrezia is the ancestress of, Albert II of Belgium, Henri, Grand Duke of Luxembourg, as well as the Co ...
Elaine Pagels... d by modern scholarship, but in the later case considered quite possible by(1979), who called for Buddhist scholars to try to find parallels
Carl Friedrich Gauss'Germain's interest in number theory was renewed when she readmonumental work Disquisitiones Arithmeticae. After three years of working ...
Neil GaimanIn the late 1990s, Avary was hired by Warner Bros studio to adapt's comic series The Sandman to the big screen. He frequently sparred with ...
Guy of Lusignan... ncess Sybilla, sister of Baldwin IV, crowned herself queen and her husband,, king
George IIIn 1737,began paying some London and Middlesex watchmen with tax moneys, beginning ...
Clement Attlee... nomic activity. In the biography of the 1945 UK Labour Party Prime Minister, Francis Beckett states: "the government... wanted what would become know ...
King Edward VII... ctoria died, and May's father-in-law, Albert Edward, ascended the throne as. For most of the rest of that year, George and May were styled TRH The Du ...
Steve Reich... of the later 20th-century composers, such as John Cage, John Corigliano and, used modernist and minimalist techniques. Reich discovered a technique k ...
John Myhill... roblems solvable by Turing machines with specific bounded resources include's definition of linear bounded automata (Myhill 1960), Raymond Smullyan's ...
Darwin... fish precursors would have lived in shallow water for a long period, and by, who predicted a gradual migration of the eye, mirroring the metamorphosi ...
Sir Isaac Newton... even teaching herself Latin and Greek so she could read works like those ofand Leonhard Euler. She also enjoyed Traité d'Arithmétique by Étienne Bézo ...
Queen CarolineHis Paradise Lost (1732), suggested by, has been criticized as the weakest of his work. He suggested that the po ...
Desmond O'Malley... city. He continued to speak on political issues, particularly in favour ofat the time of his expulsion from Fianna Fáil. Lynch also declined to acce ...
Bill GatesDiscussions proceeded rapidly, involving, then CEO of Microsoft, personally. Gates called Perlman at his home on E ...
George Bernard Shaw'sPretty Woman bears striking resemblances to Pygmalion myths: particularlyplay of the same name, which also formed the basis for the Broadway musica ...
Richard Ellmannsays that The Importance of Being Earnest touched on many themes Wilde had ...
Catherine de' MediciWhen Italian duchessmarried the duc d’Orléans in 1533, she is said to have brought with her to ...
Robert J. FlahertyMan of Aran (1934) is a fictional documentary (ethnofiction) byabout life on the Aran Islands off the western coast of Ireland. It portra ...
Arthur C. ClarkeIn his 1962 book Profiles of the Future,predicted that the construction of what H. G. Wells called the World Brain ...
Hamburg cell... friends with Mohamed Atta, Ziad Jarrah and Ramzi bin al-Shibh, forming the. Together, after pledging their lives to martyrdom, they became the leade ...
Raymond III of Tripoli... m was left to his nephew Baldwin V, whom he had crowned as co-king in 1183.again served as regent. The following year, Baldwin V died before his nint ...
KRCR-TV... ite of KCVU, are based in Chico and ABC affiliate KAEF, a semi-satellite of, is based in Redding. In previous decades all major networks had producti ...
Richard Serra... uss argued that by 1968 artists such as Robert Morris, Robert Smithson, andhad "entered a situation the logical conditions of which can no longer be ...
George CanningIn 1827, after a rapid decline in health, Tory Prime Ministerdied in the same room where Charles James Fox had died in 1806
R Dawes... ts, by which the 18th century was distinguished, including scholars such as, J Markland, John Taylor, Jonathan Toup, T Tyrwhitt, Richard Porson, Pete ...
Lewis Carroll... io series of six episodes (called "Fits" after the names of the sections of's nonsense poem "The Hunting of the Snark") was broadcast in 1978 on BBC ...
Harold Bloom... rthering his control over the characters . A. C. Bradley, and more recently, have been major advocates of this interpretation. Other critics, most no ...
Wang Mang... acter long during the early Han and that rose beyond 98% after the usurpingbanned all two-character names outright. Although his Xin Dynasty was shor ...
John CageMany of the later 20th-century composers, such as, John Corigliano and Steve Reich, used modernist and minimalist technique ...
Christopher Tolkien... ed them in 1998 to New Line Cinema. The heirs of Tolkien, including his son, filed suit against New Line Cinema in February 2008 seeking payment of p ...
Ziad Jarrah... o moved to Germany in 1996 and soon became close friends with Mohamed Atta,and Ramzi bin al-Shibh, forming the Hamburg cell. Together, after pledging ...
A. N. WilsonThe friendship of Winifred and Hitler is treated fancifully in's novel, Winnie and Wolf (2007)
George II... e United Kingdom, although the title was not then in use. The next monarch,, witnessed the final end of the Jacobite threat in 1746, when the Catholi ...
Steve Lacy... found a foothold in Europein part because musicians such as Ayler, Taylor,and Eric Dolphy spent extended periods in Europe. A distinctive European c ...
Patrick J. Hayes... pecifying which conditions are not affected by an action. John McCarthy anddefined this problem in their 1969 article, Some Philosophical Problems fr ...
Hilary Mantel... ical view of More, as does the American writer Michael Farris. The novelistportrays More as a religious and masochistic fanatic in her 2009 novel Wol ...
Nikola Tesla... al or real—including scientists such as Thomas Edison, Charles Steinmetz or—were popularly conceived of as having wizard-like powers
Mohamed Atta... ab Emirates who moved to Germany in 1996 and soon became close friends with, Ziad Jarrah and Ramzi bin al-Shibh, forming the Hamburg cell. Together, ...
Livia... y in 396 BC. Veii continued to be occupied after its capture by the Romans.had an estate there, according to Suetonius. The city under Roman control, ...
Neil GaimanAvary and novelist's long gestating screenplay for Beowulf was finally produced by the pair ...
King James II... y the 1689 English Declaration of Rights, which formally ended the reign of. During the American Revolution, Jefferson and other Americans looked to ...
Bill Clinton... n a majority in the county before 2008 was Lyndon Johnson in 1964, althoughwon pluralities in the county in 1992 and 1996. However, in 2008, Democrat ...
Benjamin FranklinBenjamin Franklin Bache, the grandson of, was editor of the Aurora, a Republican newspaper. Bache had accused Geor ...
David Armitage... Emerich de Vattel, Jean-Jacques Burlamaqui, and Samuel Pufendorf. Historianhas argued that the Declaration is a document of international law. Accord ...
Thomas Keneally... ected by Fred Schepisi was an award winning historical drama from a book byabout the tragic story of an Aboriginal Bushranger
Queen Elizabeth II... l is 1 mile or long and has a diameter of with a roadbed . It was opened byon 19 October 1967, but commenced operational use only in 1968, on complet ...
Albert... George, who liked a relatively simple life. They had six children: Edward,, Mary, Henry, George, and John
Stuart Thomas Butler... stratospheric ozone. This was rectified in 1963 by the Australian physicistand his student K.A. Small who showed that stratospheric ozone absorbs an ...
Pope John Paul II... visited the capital such as former U.S. Secretary of State James Baker and. The former visit came amidst an historical setting after the fall of com ...
Egon Wellesz... Other pupils of this generation included Heinrich Jalowetz, Erwin Stein and, and somewhat later Eduard Steuermann, Hanns Eisler, Rudolf Kolisch, Paul ...
Chris Daughtry... ep rally and concert. Featured performers have included Lonestar, Ludacris,, and most recently Cartel, Guster and The Avett Brothers
Bill Clinton... anted in conjunction with the university's celebration in 1993 by President. Another university landmark is the Confederate monument, known to studen ...
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Lester B. Pearson... ary of State for External Affairs and representative at the United Nations,, at the party's leadership convention in 1958
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Twyla TharpIn 1981, Byrne partnered with choreographer, scoring music he wrote that appeared on his album, The Catherine Wheel f ...
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Cindy Sherman... Byrne and Lutz divorced in 2004. Byrne began a relationship with the artistin 2007
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Arnold Rampersad... ibrary of America, together with an introduction, a chronology and notes by, a well-regarded scholar of African-American literary works. This edition ...
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Prince Philip... Windsor by subsequent royal decree. After the marriage of Elizabeth II and, it was decreed that their non-royal descendants were to bear the (maiden ...
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Manmohan Singh... initiated by the previous Congress Government under P. V. Narasimha Rao and, pushed through major privatizations of big government corporations, the ...
George VOn 6 May 1910, Edward VII died. The Prince of Wales ascended the throne as, and Mary became queen consort. When her husband asked her to drop one of ...
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Henry Lipson... , Hanna Neumann, Lewis Fry Richardson and Robin Bullough, and the physicist
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Walter ScottThe castle's cultural prominence increased after Sirwrote Kenilworth in 1821 describing the royal visit of Queen Elizabeth. Ve ...
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George Steiner... ewpoint has been supported by literary critics such as , Christopher Ricks,, and James Fenton
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John Lennon... ased Home at Last. Included on this album is "God Part III", which draws on's "God" and the U2 riposte ("God II"); "Come Away", written about his 197 ...
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Albert EinsteinIn his famous work on special relativity in 1905,predicted that when two clocks were brought together and synchronized, and ...
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John Burnet... asyllus placed his birth in 470 BC, the later date is probably more likely.has argued that the date of 460 is "too early", since according to Diogene ...
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Robert Resnick... he restated and elaborated on this result as printed below, (with physicist's comments following Einstein's)
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Charles Mingus... re's origins lie in seminal work by John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Bill Evans,, Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock. Generally, the term post-bop is taken ...
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Queen Elizabeth II... e Sybil in the British comedy Fawlty Towers and her award-nominated role asin the British film A Question of Attribution
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Conrad Aiken... particularly "The Waste Land," was mixed. Some critics, like Edmund Wilson,, and Gilbert Seldes thought it was the best poetry being written in the E ...
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Charles Sherrington... of the brain as a dynamic entity. Reflecting the new understanding, in 1942visualized the workings of the brain waking from sleep
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Pedro ZamoraIrene Barrera got married during the season.exchanged wedding vows with his boyfriend, Sean Sasser, during the season
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Pierre Trudeau... aken by the events of Quebec's October Crisis, especially by Prime Minister's imposition of the War Measures Act requested by then Quebec Premier Rob ...
David Foster... e song "The Power of the Dream", composed by Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and, with words by Linda Thompson was performed in the opening ceremony by Cé ...
Manmohan Singh... parade in Surrey, saying it was a glorification of terrorism. In 2008, Dr., Prime Minister of India, expressed his concern that there might be a res ...
Gene AmdahlAt IBM, a small team at Poughkeepsie including John Griffith andworked on the design proposal. Just after they finished and were about to ...
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George Martin... s claims, a delay may have been due to a disagreement between McCartney andregarding the song's arrangement, or the opinion of the other Beatles who ...
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Archbishop of CanterburyIn 1958, theappointed Eliot to a commission that produced The Revised Psalter (1963). ...
James Clerk MaxwellThe distribution is named afterand Ludwig Boltzmann
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Edward, Prince of Wales... of Belgium Albert I, the first European monarch to visit the United States., the future monarch of the United Kingdom, spent two days with Marshall a ...
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C. S. Lewis... mmission that produced The Revised Psalter (1963). A harsh critic of Eliot,, was also a member of the commission, where their antagonism turned into ...
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Robert Adam... in Edinburgh and in 1782 he moved to London where (after meeting architectsand Sir William Chambers) he was involved in building additions to Somerse ...
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George Weigel... n The Courage To Be Catholic: Crisis, Reform, and the Future of the Church,claims that it was the infidelity to orthodox Roman Catholic teaching, the ...
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Winston Churchill... lew to Britain to discuss the weakness of Singapore's defences and sat with's British War Cabinet. En route he inspected Singapore's defences – findi ...
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Maria Anna of Austria... r 1708 he married his maternal first cousin Archduchess & Princess Imperial, Princess Royal of Hungary and Bohemia (1683–1754), daughter of Leopold I ...
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George Harrison... 9 November 2002 to pay tribute to Clapton's life-long friend, former Beatle
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J. R. R. TolkienThe Gladden Fields (Sindarin Loeg Ningloron) is a location in's Middle-earth. In his works, the Gladden Fields are located where the Gl ...
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Alfred Russel Wallace... ed the term neo-Darwinism to refer to the version of evolution advocated byand August Weismann with its heavy dependence on natural selection. Weisma ...
Robert Adam... 1572 Alnwick castle was uninhabited. In the second half of the 18th centurycarried out many alterations. The interiors were largely in a Strawberry H ...
Richard Dawkins... brain size, and in particular the development of theory of mind abilities.in The God Delusion suggested that our morality is a result of our biologi ...
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Jack Layton... to attract voters who were leaning towards the NDP, but New Democrat leaderresponded by focusing his attacks on Liberal corruption
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Gottfried Wilhelm LeibnizSince 2007 the historic Leibniz Letters, which can be viewed in theLibrary, are on UNESCO's Memory of the World Register
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Max Müller... eph von Schelling (1775–1854) to depict early stages of monotheism, however(1823–1900), a German philologist and orientalist, brought the term into c ...
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Algernon, 4th Duke of NorthumberlandHowever in the 19th centuryreplaced much of Adam's architecture. Instead he paid Anthony Salvin £250, ...
Pope John Paul II... ormation, maintained, at the King's mercy, allegiance to the pope. In 2000,declared More the "heavenly patron of statesmen and politicians". In 1980, ...
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George Martin... cquired in 1927 by the Columbia Graphophone Company which later became EMI.joined in 1950 as assistant label manager, taking over as manager in 1955. ...
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Isaac Newton... f I have seen further it is [only] by standing on the shoulders of giants."
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MaxwellThe original derivation byassumed all three directions would behave in the same fashion, but a later ...
Bill Clinton... ty played a major part in the 50th D-Day anniversary with then US Presidentvisiting the cit
Osborne ReynoldsIn a classic set of experiments, the Englishman(1842–1912) of the University of Manchester demonstrated that the airflow ...
K. Eric Drexlerlater took the Feynman concept of a billion tiny factories and added the i ...
James II of England... 77, William married his cousin Mary Stuart, the daughter of the future king. In 1688, William embarked on a mission to depose his Catholic father-in- ...
Charles Darwin... owed the work on the structure and distribution of coral reefs conducted byin the Pacific. Drilling occurred in 1896, 1897 and 1911. Professor Edgewo ...
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Killah PriestCesare Borgia is mentioned in the song "B.I.B.L.E.", performed by, which appears on GZA's 1995 album Liquid Swords, as well as Killah Pries ...
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the Prince of Wales... ey, Archbishop of Canterbury, and her three godparents were Queen Victoria,(later King Edward VII and May's father-in-law), and Princess Augusta, the ...
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Alvin Liberman... of speech in the form of a spectrogram back into sound. Using this device,and colleagues were able to discover acoustic cues for the perception of p ...
George MartinIn 1950, Preuss hired 24-year-oldas his assistant. When Preuss retired in 1955 Martin succeeded him as labe ...
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WXYZ-TVAscerbic sports anchor Al Ackerman of Detroit's(and later WDIV-TV) initiated the phrase "Bless You Boys" whenever the Tig ...
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Gabriel Harvey... is friends and fellow poets Fulke Greville, Edward Dyer, Edmund Spenser and, of the (possibly fictitious) 'Areopagus', a humanist endeavour to classi ...
John Cage... luence of Henry Cowell in San Francisco in the late 1940s, Lou Harrison andbegan composing music for junk (waste) percussion ensembles, scouring junk ...
Trishelle Cannatella... housemates have been involved in pregnancy scares, such as Steven Hill andduring the season, Cohutta Grindstaff and KellyAnne Judd during the season ...
Charles Pelham Villiers... rs 1830–41 decided not to repeal the Corn Laws. However the Liberal Whig MPproposed motions for repeal in the House of Commons annually from 1837 to ...
C. S. Lewis... English at St Anne's College in Oxford, where she attended lectures by bothand J. R. R. Tolkien before graduating in 1956. In the same year she marri ...
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Sir Nikolaus PevsnerIn 1962,stated in his North-West Norfolk and Norwich volume of The Buildings of En ...
Thomas Hooker... large group in 1636. The settlers were Puritans from Massachusetts, led by. Hooker had been prominent in England and was a professor of theology at ...
John Lennon... to find the world's favourite song. In 2000 it came second to "Imagine" byin a Channel 4 television poll of The 100 Best Number 1s. It has been in t ...
Gerhard Weinberg... Cold War, this could had helped cause World War III. The American historianwrote that the explusions of the Sudeten Germans was justified as the Germ ...
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Charles II... vention Parliament which restored Charles I's eldest son to the monarchy as. Following the Restoration, Oliver Cromwell was exhumed and posthumously ...
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John Lockedenied that the phrase "free will" made any sense (compare with theologica ...
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John XXIII... able to have a great deal of influence in all university affairs. In 1413,granted the university extensive special privileges, such as university ju ...
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Isaac Newton... ed's Historia Coelestis Britannica which was published by Edmond Halley andin 1712 without Flamsteed's approval. The final version of Flamsteed's cat ...
Hilary Mantel... shed satirical novel, An Island in the Moon. He is a principal character in's 1998 novel, The Giant, O'Brien
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James George Frazer... the Gunpowder Plot—or the colonial and agrarian mythos of Joseph Conrad and, which, at least for reasons of textual history, echo in The Waste Land. ...
J. J. C. SmartIn modern times,has described the problem of admitting indeterminism
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Stanley Bruce... Nationalists who had been expelled for crossing the floor and bringing down's Nationalist government in 1929), merged to form the UAP. Lyons was chos ...
Adam Smith... nomist Frederick Hayek, although the concept can be traced back to at least. Unlike Hayek however Polanyi argues that there are higher and lower form ...
Tolkien... Gaiman's prose fiction, being consciously written in the tradition of pre-English fantasy, following in the footsteps of authors such as Lord Dunsan ...
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Lewis WolpertSheldrake has entered into a scientific wager with fellow biologiston the importance of DNA in the developing organism. Wolpert bet Sheldrake ...
James Cook... English word "taboo" derives from this later meaning and dates from Captain's visit to Tonga in 1777
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Richard Crossman... . No remorse was expressed for the largest group of victims, the Arab dead., a British Labour Party MP, whose experience on the Anglo-American Commit ...
Tony Blackburn... e 1970s by the prominent local grocery company. It was opened by Radio 1 DJand occupied an unusual location over the River Holme beside the town's sm ...
Michael Faraday... herefore the capacitance. The unit of capacitance is the farad, named after, and given the symbol F: one farad is the capacitance that develops a pot ...
Bill Clinton... l basis by the regulators that had regulated those activities prior to GLB., as well as economists Brad DeLong and Tyler Cowen have all argued that t ...
Louis KahnIn 1974,'s last and arguably most famous building, the National Assembly Building ...
Pope John Paul II... es. The office also settles labour issues which arise. It was instituted byon 1 January 1989 by an apostolic letter in the form of a
Jack Zipes... e initial reviews refer to the work as a fairy story. However, according towriting in "The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales", Bilbo is an atypical cha ...
George Harrison... the Wilburys) were an English–American supergroup consisting of Bob Dylan,, Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and Tom Petty, accompanied by drummer Jim Keltne ...
Queen Margaret... nd crossed the Solway in August 1461 to land at Kirkcudbright in support ofat Linlithgow. The town also successfully withstood a siege in 1547 from t ...
John D. Rockefeller... about the business practices of the Standard Oil Company and its president,, which sparked legislative action in Congress concerning monopolies
John Desmond Bernal... acking of the State. Demands in Britain, amongst people such as the Marxist, for centrally planned scientific research, led Polanyi to argue that sci ...
Henry Margenau... ned this idea, including Henri Poincaré, Arthur Holly Compton, Karl Popper,, Robert Kane, Alfred Mele, and Martin Heisenberg
Alfred Marshall... Cambridge after receiving a scholarship for this also to study mathematics.begged Keynes to become an economist
Robert PeelDuring 1841 Sirbecame Conservative Prime Minister and Richard Cobden, a major proponent o ...
Richard Smalley... he family's namesake, buckminsterfullerene (C 60 ), was prepared in 1985 by, Robert Curl, James Heath, Sean O'Brien, and Harold Kroto at Rice Univers ...
Jo Brand... ve a particular loathing of "Mockneys" such as Nigel Kennedy, Ben Elton and. His other pet hates include Endemol, Peter Bazalgette and Big Brother, a ...
George Everest... one name over all others. So, he decided that Peak XV should be named after, his predecessor as Surveyor General of India. He wrote
Walter Burkert... f Illuyankas has been seen as a prototype of the battle of Zeus and Typhon.and Calvert Watkins each note the close agreements. Watkins' How to Kill a ...
King James'... region to Prince Waldeck (William was himself busy in Ireland forestallingattempt to regain his throne). In other theatres Marshal de Lorge commande ...
Tom StoppardThe events of the play Arcadia, by, take place in the fictional country house of Sidley Park in Derbyshire
Isaac Newton... from Bacon's essay On Truth from his 1605 work The Advancement of Learning.was a noted Baconian—his famous quote hypotheses non fingo (I don't frame ...
Ringo StarrFarner toured with's Allstars from 1994 to 1995, which also featured Randy Bachman, John Ent ...
J. K. Rowling... ainstream literature, alongside Jostein Gaarder's Sophie's World (1991) and's Harry Potter series (1997–2007)
Fujiwara no MototsuneNyōgo: Fujiwara no Yoriko (藤原頼子) (?–936), daughter of(藤原基経
Richard CobdenDuring 1841 Sir Robert Peel became Conservative Prime Minister and, a major proponent of free trade, was elected for the first time. Peel ha ...
James II... n was closely guarded. Ultimately, in the conflict between William III, and, it was William, the foreign usurper, who became the popular defender of ...
Adela of Flanders... ll-known devoutness quickly caught the popular imagination. When his queen,, came to move her husband's body to Flanders, a bright light shone around ...
Samuel Taylor Coleridge... dered the key figures of the Romantic movement includes William Wordsworth,, John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and the much older William Blake, foll ...
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current Prince of Wales... y dim character, with the voice and mannerisms of Charles I's namesake, the). However, due to a misunderstanding between Oliver Cromwell (guest-star ...
Henry Nottidge Moseley... matical characteristics of a wide range of shells from Helix to Spirula anddescribed the mathematics of univalve shells. D’Arcy Wentworth Thompson's ...
Alan Kay... called Babelfish. In 1994, he moved to work at Apple Computer, reporting to, where he developed the Meta Content Framework (MCF) format. In 1997 he j ...
Michael Ignatieff... ing Liberal leader Stéphane Dion was immediately forced out and replaced by, who quickly distanced the party from the coalition
Karl Popper... ve since refined this idea, including Henri Poincaré, Arthur Holly Compton,, Henry Margenau, Robert Kane, Alfred Mele, and Martin Heisenberg
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Edward Bromhead... s Institute, the Lincoln Mechanics' Institution, which was founded in 1833., who knew John Boole through the Institution, helped George Boole with ma ...
George Bernard Shaw... Aeschylus to be recovered from the underworld; In Sondheim and Shevelove's,faces William Shakespeare
Pope Benedict XVIshowed his own admiration for Benedict XV following his election to the Pa ...
Doris Lessing... omen until puberty, and gender has no bearing on social roles. In contrast,'s The Marriages Between Zones Three, Four and Five (1980) suggests that m ...
Max Mathews... (vocoder) recreated the song "Daisy Bell", with musical accompaniment from. Coincidentally, Arthur C. Clarke was visiting his friend and colleague J ...
Adam Smith... the late 18th century, especially in England, in light of the arguments ofand the classical economists. The repeal of the Corn Laws by Robert Peel s ...
John Lennon... s" (originally titled "A Little Help from My Friends") is a song written byand Paul McCartney, released on The Beatles album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hea ...
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Roger Scruton... ge of the award. The discussion was chaired by Tim Marlow and also included, Waldemar Januszczak, Richard Cork, David Sylvester and Norman Rosenthal. ...
John Cage... asis of noise. In remarking on Varese's contributions the American composerstated that Varese had "established the present nature of music" and that ...
Isaac Todhunter... es of the Royal Society and the British Museum; but it was left incomplete.printed the manuscripts in 1865, in a supplementary volume
Christopher Longuet-Higgins... he same year. The credit for explaining such biradicals is usually given toin 1950
Edward... urite of George, who liked a relatively simple life. They had six children:, Albert, Mary, Henry, George, and John
Narcissus Marsh... e Prizes, Keeper of the Records in Birmingham's Tower, and Vicar-General to, the primate. King found a friend in Anthony Upton, one of the judges, wh ...
Octavio PazA month after losing the election, at the invitation of, Vargas Llosa attended a conference in Mexico entitled, "The 20th Century ...
Paul McCartney... itled "A Little Help from My Friends") is a song written by John Lennon and, released on The Beatles album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band in 1 ...
WPVI-TV... -to-analog converter box, for older television sets. WABC's sister station,, was also pulled from Cablevision service in the central New Jersey count ...
William Penn... le colonies. Later in the century, the new Pennsylvania colony was given toin settlement of a debt the king owed his father. Its government was set u ...
Joanna LumleyThe series also featured guest appearances by such noted personalities asas the Sydney Opera House Woman, Jackie Mason as the East River Creature, ...
King George II... architect of Blenheim Palace, John Vanbrugh; prime minister Robert Walpole;; and his wife, Queen Caroline. The money she inherited from the Marlboro ...
Leibniz... e to deny all that Cardan affirms and to affirm all that Cardan denies. Yetand Sir William Hamilton recognize him as the best modern exponent of the ...
Margaret AtwoodThe Republic of Gilead is a fictional country that is the setting of thedystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale
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Bob Neill... oceedings is very high". The Shadow Local Government and Planning Minister,, stated that should the Conservative Party win the 2010 general election, ...
Joseph Banks... inking the Pacific and southern Indian Ocean. Governor Hunter thus wrote toin August 1797 that it seemed certain a strait existed
Goethe... condemned and executed by the Vehmgericht. Scott drew his inspiration from's play Goetz von Berlichingen which he had translated, incorrectly
Neil GaimanJones' works are also compared to those of Robin McKinley and. She was friends with both McKinley and Gaiman, and Jones and Gaiman are ...
John de Chastelain... ce for a prosecution. The decommissioning was confirmed by Canadian General, chairman of the Independent International Commission on Decommissioning, ...
Fujiwara no Yoshifusa... , also called the Somedono empress 染殿后). Seiwa's mother was the daughter of(藤原良房), who was regent and great minister of the council of state
Wendell Corey... nwriter John Michael Hayes based on his own wife, and his policeman buddy () to his theory, and eventually succeeds. As with Lifeboat and Rope, the p ...
Charles II of England... been made official by law. Virginia was given the title "Dominion" by Kingat the time of The Restoration, because it had remained loyal to the crown ...
Dewar... icle on tropolone. Tropolone had been recognised as an aromatic molecule byin 1945
James Clerk Maxwell... electromagnetic wave. Electromagnetic waves were analysed theoretically byin 1864. Maxwell developed a set of equations that could unambiguously des ...
Michael Graves... of view of postmodern architects such as Philip Johnson, Charles Moore andwho advocated a return to pre-modern styles of architecture and the incorp ...
J. K. RowlingIn 1990wrote The Harry Potter Series, in which 3 characters embark on new adventu ...
Richard Karp... at there exist practically relevant problems that are NP-complete. In 1972,took this idea a leap forward with his landmark paper, "Reducibility Among ...
Albert Einstein... The actor says that he based his character on Elia Kazan, Jacques Cousteau,, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Adam Ant
Arthur C. Clarke... "Daisy Bell", with musical accompaniment from Max Mathews. Coincidentally,was visiting his friend and colleague John Pierce at the Bell Labs Murray ...
Prince George, Duke of YorkAlbert Victor's brother,, now second in line to the throne, evidently became close to May during t ...
George Martin... Fagandini's interval signals "Time Beat" was reworked with assistance from(in his pre-Beatles days) and commercially released as a single using the ...
Prince Albert... . It was a commission on behalf of Queen Victoria in memory of her husband,
Charles Clarke... em with no Commons representative in East Anglia; the former Home Secretarybeing a high level casualty in the 2010 election
Henry SacheverellIn 1710 he became a supporter of the High Church party, on the side of; and was supposed to have had some part in setting up The Examiner. He wa ...
Sir John Cowdery Kendrew... in structures to be solved were hemoglobin and myoglobin, by Max Perutz and, respectively, in 1958. The first atomic-resolution structures of protein ...
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Harold Macmillan... the Edinburgh Festival and included Cook impersonating the Prime Minister,. This was one of the first occasions satirical political mimicry had been ...
F. L. Lucas's... hology (VII.141) on Protesilaus by Antiphilus of Byzantium in turn inspiredpoem 'The Elms of Protesilaus' (1927)
James M. McPherson... the election of Abraham Lincoln in the 1860 elections. Civil War historianwrote
James II... st. Richard Jennings came into contact with James, Duke of York (the future, brother of King Charles II) in 1663, during negotiations for the recover ...
the Prince of Wales... ved, Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale, the eldest son of. The choice of May as bride for the Duke owed much to Queen Victoria's fo ...
R.A. Fisher... was appointed assistant statistician at Rothamsted Experimental Station by. In 1933 he became head of statistics when Fisher went to University Coll ...
Bill ClintonOn July 12, 1994, U.S. Presidentspoke at the Gate about peace in post–Cold War Europe
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Philip Miller... he word vanilla entered the English language in the 1754, when the botanistwrote about the genus in his Gardener’s Dictionary. Vainilla is from the d ...
John Major... for appointing 20 special advisers (compared to eight under his predecessor) and for the fact that the total salary cost of special advisers across a ...
James II... d with a prebend had not Baker incurred his displeasure by refusing to read's Declaration of Indulgence. The bishop who himself was afterwards specia ...
Alfred Marshall... so in 1909, Keynes accepted a lectureship in economics funded personally by. Keynes's earnings rose further as he began to take on pupils for private ...
C. S. LewisIn 1950(1898–1963) published the first of installment of his Chronicles of Narnia ...
Joanna Lumley... d become a patron of the trust joining existing high profile personalities,and David Shepherd
Dowager Empress... reform in reviving monasticism; a negative example would be the role of thein the subjugation of China to European interests). Within nationalist mov ...
Jacob Lawrence... oger Medearis; Social Realists Isabel Bishop, Reginald Marsh, and Ben Shahn;, Paul Cadmus, Jared French, Rudolph F. Zallinger, George Tooker, Robert ...
Ed BullinsIn 1967, Eldridge Cleaver, along with Marvin X,and Ethna Wyatt, formed the Black House political/cultural center in San F ...
Goethe... he late 16th century Faust chapbooks. In the 1725 version which was read by, Mephostophiles is a devil in the form of a greyfriar summoned by Faust i ...
Drew Gilpin Faust... evolved primarily around the maintenance or expansion of slavery. Historianobserved that "leaders of the secession movement across the South cited sl ...
Karl Marx... resent value as a valuation methodology dates at least to the 19th century.refers to NPV as fictitious capital, and the calculation as capitalising, ...
Tommy Kirkham... p for some time, support Shoukri and break away under former UPRG spokesman. Other senior members met with Taoiseach for talks on 13 July in the same ...
Pope John Paul IIThe visit ofto Ireland in September proved to be a welcome break for Lynch from the da ...
George V... , the Festival of Empire was held at the building to mark the coronation ofand Queen Mary
Fujiwara no YoshifusaOriginally under the guardianship of his maternal grandfather, he displaced Imperial Prince Koretaka (惟喬親王) as Crown Prince. Upon the d ...
James Van Allen... alone, while a cone would have properties that varied with its orientation.of the University of Iowa proposed a cylindrical satellite, which became E ...
Chaz... married singer/entertainer Cher; their daughter Chastity (now legally namedafter gender transition) was born on March 4, 1969. In 1975 the couple div ...
Lukas Foss... e taught primarily at Yale University where he had such notable students as, Graham George, Norman Dello Joio, Mel Powell, Harold Shapero, Hans Otte, ...
Stephen Byers... advisers across all government departments had reached £4 million. In 2001,, then Secretary of State for Transport, was forced to resign because of t ...
Clement AttleeBritish Prime Ministercommented in the House of Commons
Edward M. Kennedy... ent John F. Kennedy, he and his two younger brothers, Robert F. Kennedy and, soon all held prominent positions in the federal government, and receive ...
Nadia Comăneci... ise final and a silver on the beam — becoming the only female gymnast sinceto win an individual event gold after winning the all-round title in the s ...
Bill Clinton... artwork of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe". In 1993, when then-presidentwanted to appoint 'out' lesbian Roberta Achtenberg to assistant secretary ...
Edward Bernard... accompanied by his tutor. Bentley soon met Dr John Mill, Humphrey Hody, and. Here he studied the manuscripts of the Bodleian, Corpus Christi and othe ...
George Woodcock... of ecologism and anarcho-primitivism represented today in John Zerzan. Forthis attitude can be also motivated by certain idea of resistance to progr ...
Michael FaradayThe phenomenon of electromagnetic induction was discovered independently byand Joseph Henry in 1831. However, Faraday was the first to publish the re ...
Henry Oldenburg... pantheist, that is, equating God with the material universe. In a letter toSpinoza states that: "as to the view of certain people that I identify god ...
Alfred North Whitehead... s: materialism (August Weismann), vitalism (Hans Driesch), and organicism (). Sheldrake describes his own hypothesis as fitting within the third trad ...
Richard Dawkins... e use of the "out" metaphor. This campaign is endorsed by prominent atheist, who states "there is a big closet population of atheists who need to 'co ...
Fujiwara no MototsuneThe first kampakuwas influential in the process by Kōkō became emperor. At the time Emperor ...
Michael Faraday... ons is always valid but more restrictive than that originally formulated by.
Newton Arvin... uments and records for the day by day Melville Log (1951). In the same yearpublished the critical biography Herman Melville, which won the nonfiction ...
Ringo Starr... lub Band in 1967. The song was written for and sung by The Beatles' drummeras the character "Billy Shears"; it is ranked #304 on Rolling Stones list ...
Charles II... into contact with James, Duke of York (the future James II, brother of King) in 1663, during negotiations for the recovery of an estate in Kent (Agne ...
Charles Theodore... ved with joy by the long-suppressed Liberals, and laid siege to Ingolstadt., who had done nothing to prevent wars or to resist the invasion, fled to ...
Robert PeelAlong with, Wellington became an increasingly influential member of the Tory party, ...
Maximilian IV... gain occupied the country, in preparation for renewing the war with France.Joseph (of Zweibrücken) the new elector succeeded to a difficult inheritan ...
T. D. Barnes... c tradition developed which presented Constantine as a committed Christian.'s seminal Constantine and Eusebius (1981) represents the culmination of t ...
Anthony Braxton'sMuch of the multi-instrumentalistmusic could be classified as free jazz. His Ghost Trance Music, which intr ...
Tennyson's... of two illustrations by Rossetti for Edward Moxon's illustrated edition ofPoems (1857
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Pamela Anderson... ), beginning with photos from the famed Stolen Honeymoon sex tape featuringand Tommy Lee. It also began to regularly feature pictorials of female mod ...
KTLA... touchables. In 1955, the network picked up the national broadcast rights to's Dodge Dancing Party, which eventually evolved into The Lawrence Welk Sh ...
Prince George of Denmark... treated the Danes and their monarch with great contempt. This book offended, the consort of Queen Anne; and the Danish Minister protested
George Szirtes... ire – Robert Louis Stevenson – John Suckling – Algernon Charles Swinburne –– Alfred, Lord Tennyson – Dylan Thomas – Edward Thomas – R. S. Thomas – Fr ...
Charlotte of AlbretOn 10 May 1499, Cesare married(1480 – 11 March 1514). She was a sister of John III of Navarre. They were ...
Alan Turing... king our tacit awareness. Contrary to the views of his colleague and friend, whose work at The University of Manchester prepared the way for the firs ...
Sir Ernest Gowers... tably of all, Fowler's Modern English Usage and The Complete Plain Words by. Detailed guidance on many aspects of writing British English for publica ...
Irene of Athens... ditionally been seen as the defender of Rome, but the Eastern Roman Empresswas too weak to oppose Charlemagne. Charlemagne was to intervene in church ...
Sydney Chapman... atmospheric dynamics, and co-authored the monograph Atmospheric Tides with
Margaret, Countess of Richmond and Derby... n (London, 1709—1710) and the preface to Bishop Fisher's Funeral Sermon for(1708)—both without his name. His manuscript collections on the history an ...
Martin ListerIn 1699 he published A Journey to London, after the method of Dr., who had published A Journey to Paris. And in 1700 he satirised the Royal ...
Patrick Dean... that when Wodehouse was recommended for a Companion of Honour in 1967, Sir, British ambassador in Washington, argued that it "would also give curren ...
William Henry John Slee... and arrived in Melbourne in 1855 to join the gold rush, along with partner. Lawson's parents met at the goldfields of Pipeclay (now Eurunderee New S ...
John Foxe... cs during his time as Lord Chancellor. The popular anti-Catholic polemicist, who "placed Protestant sufferings against the background of... the Antic ...
Bill Clinton... homa City area to be released from their duties for their safety. Presidentlearned about the bombing around 9:30 am CST while he was meeting with Tur ...
Duke of Wellington... ies of the Seventh Coalition, an Anglo-Allied army under the command of thecombined with a Prussian army under the command of Gebhard von Blücher. It ...
Norman Dello Joio... University where he had such notable students as Lukas Foss, Graham George,, Mel Powell, Harold Shapero, Hans Otte, Ruth Schonthal, and Oscar-winning ...
Daniel Dennett"Modern compatibilists", such as Harry Frankfurt and, argue that there are cases where a coerced agent's choices are still fre ...
Isaac Newton... fied data, he kept the incomplete records under seal at Greenwich. In 1712,, then President of the Royal Society, and Edmund Halley obtained the data ...
Bill Clinton... (born July 23, 1973) is an American woman with whom United States Presidentadmitted to having had an "improper relationship" while she worked at the ...
Richard Adams... dio Decibel and began work on recordings that were inspired by another book;' Watership Down. Using the same session musicians but with a new produce ...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe... every distinguished man in the world of letters, science and art, including, Wilhelm von Humboldt, Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher, Georg Wilhe ...
George Harrison... throw tomatoes at him should he perform it live. (In the early days, aftermade a passing comment that he liked jelly babies, the group was showered ...
Steve Fossett... marama, and the prevailing conditions have attracted record seekers such as
John Bryan Ward-Perkins... ng was turning over the soil a meter deep, destroying all surface evidence., then Director of the British School at Rome, set into motion the South E ...
Newton... h included) orbited the Sun, but the optics (and the specific mathematics –'s Law of Gravitation for example) necessary to provide data that would co ...
William McDougall'sIn support of his hypothesis, Sheldrake cites replications ofexperiment with rats in a water maze and Mae-Wan Ho's replication of CH Wa ...
Sherburne F. CookOf the history of the indigenous population of California,(1896–1974) was the most painstakingly careful researcher. From decades of ...
John Cage... n Young visited Darmstadt in 1959, he encountered the music and writings of. There he also met Cage's collaborator, pianist David Tudor, who subseque ...
Thomas TookeDuring 1820 the Merchants' Petition, written by, was presented to the Commons demanding free trade and an end to protecti ...
James, Duke of York... timate children, and was due to be succeeded by his Roman Catholic brother,. A parliamentary effort to exclude James from the line of succession aros ...
Brianna Taylor's Kimberly Alexander got into an argument with, who is African American, and said, "Let's not get ghetto." When roommate ...
Vanessa Feltz... nders". His critical targets also include celebrity chefs, Jeremy Clarkson,and, especially, Esther Rantzen. He was a vociferous critic of Director-Ge ...
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Alfred, Lord Tennyson... s Stevenson – John Suckling – Algernon Charles Swinburne – George Szirtes –– Dylan Thomas – Edward Thomas – R. S. Thomas – Francis Thompson – Anthony ...
Peter Heylin... room. The Church History was angrily attacked from the high-church side by. At the Oxford Act of 1657, Robert South, who was Terrae filius, lampoone ...
Albert EinsteinThe maser is based on the principle of stimulated emission proposed byin 1917. When atoms have been induced into an excited energy state, they c ...
Isabella d'EsteCesare Borgia had wanted to take over Mantua whilewas ruling
Arthur C. ClarkeThe spacecraft Cosmonaut Alexey Leonov in's novel uses aerobraking in the upper layers of Jupiter's atmosphere to e ...
Bill Clinton... ributions toward world education, morality, and acts of charity". Presidentspoke these words at the Congressional Gold Medal ceremony
Gottfried Leibniz... highly important seventeenth-century scientists, such as Isaac Newton, and. Newton was even accused of introducing occult agencies into natural scie ...
Adam Smith... g other than its value. In Value, Price and Profit (1865), Karl Marx quotesand sums up
Empress Dowager Longyu... nephew Puyi, who became the Xuantong Emperor. Guangxu's consort became the. In another coup de'tat, Yuan Shikai overthrew the last Qing emperor, and ...
Winston Churchill... ommittee report titled German Strategy and Capacity to Resist, prepared for's eyes only, predicted that Germany might collapse as early as mid-April ...
Denis Healey... us. Sir Michael founded the institute together with the British Labour M.P.and journalist Alastair Buchan
Pope John Paul IIWith the changes in the canonization process introduced byin 1983, a College of Relators was added to prepare the cases of those dec ...
Carolyn Parrish... ith "the Keystone Kops running around" by one of its parliamentary members,. In criticizing the Department of Homeland Security's response to Hurrica ...
Martin Litchfield WestThe scholarwrites that the Pythia shows many traits of shamanistic practices, likely ...
Carl Friedrich Gauss... tism, which also drew upon theoretical work by German theoreticians such asand Wilhelm Weber. The encapsulation of heat in particulate motion, and th ...
Eleanor of Aquitaine... 5th century, Bordeaux regained importance following the marriage of Duchesswith the French-speaking Count Henri Plantagenet, born in Le Mans, who bec ...
Daniel Dennett... Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Martin J. Sherwin, preeminent philosopher, Nobel Laureate Allan M. Cormack (1924–1998), regular featured columnist ...
Britney Spears... kthrough of teen pop in the late 1990s. Other Female Teen Pop stars such as, Christina Aguilera and Jessica Simpson then also became very popular at ...
Carl LinnaeusIn his 18th century work Systema Naturae,coined the specific name cucullatus, meaning hooded, but combined it with ...
Carl Woese... come a search for the universal tree or the universal ancestor, a phrase of. The tree that results has some unusual features, especially in its roots ...
Ziad Jarrah... number as 3402142-D, and gave a New York hotel as his permanent residence.had checked into the hotel on August 27
Milton Friedman... have learned about business without a parade of teachers guiding me... fromto Donald Trump... and now, Les Wexner and Warren Buffett. I even learned ...
Bill Clinton... etanyahu opposed the idea of Palestinian statehood. In 1998, U.S. Presidentpersuaded the two leaders to meet. The resulting Wye River Memorandum deta ...
Pope Paul VIOn 8 May 1969,issued the Apostolic Constitution Sacra Rituum Congregatio, dividing it in ...
Neil TurokThe ekpyrotic model came out of work byand Paul Steinhardt and maintains that the universe did not start in a sin ...
Karl Marx... odity is something other than its value. In Value, Price and Profit (1865),quotes Adam Smith and sums up
Winston Churchill... emed destined to reach. This sense of opportunities missed was summed up byin his book Great Contemporaries (1937)
Michael Abercrombie... f the architect Patrick Abercrombie. One of his sons was the cell biologist. A grandson, Jeff Cooper, produced an admirable bibliography of his grand ...
Donald Trump... business without a parade of teachers guiding me... from Milton Friedman to... and now, Les Wexner and Warren Buffett. I even learned a thing or two ...
Walter Burkert... l for Hera, Dionysus is invited to come as a bull; "with bull-foot raging."relates, "Quite frequently [Dionysus] is portrayed with bull horns, and in ...
Alasdair Whittle... al bones – the remains of domesticated animals, cat and dog. Archaeologistsand Michael Wysocki note that this period of occupation may be "significan ...
George II... ow in England. Set in , the house was completed in 1729 during the reign ofand designed by Lord Burlington. William Kent (1685–1748), who took a lead ...
Raymond Williams... ncing that France had entered the race to industrialise. In his 1976 book ,states in the entry for "Industry": "The idea of a new social order based ...
Charles Lyell... es from experience suppose ... that the future will resemble the past", andmemorably rephrased in the 1830s as "the present is the key to the past". ...
George A. Miller... oratory of Princeton University under the direction of psychology professor. Development began in 1985. Over the years, the project received funding ...
Nikola Tesla... aves began soon after, with the experiments conducted by physicists such as, Jagadish Chandra Bose and Guglielmo Marconi during the 1890s leading to ...
Lewis Carroll... ed the power of putting things in brackets." Another childhood favorite was's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which he called "a favourite forever. ...
Hans Mommsen... s a functionalist interpretation of the Third Reich such as Martin Broszat,and Ian Kershaw have been very hostile or lukewarm towards the totalitaria ...
Moses Montefiore... e of the straw bonnet trade. Moses Chaim Montefiore, the grandfather of Sir, also came to the country at much the same time for precisely the same re ...
John Lennon... g task of presenting the show in the immediate aftermath of the shooting of(who had himself appeared on the show in 1975). This particular episode co ...
Louis XVIII... ater lost this status under Napoleon I, and the song was banned outright byand Napoleon III, only being re-instated briefly after the July Revolution ...
Arthur C. Clarke... e named his 1955 novel The Tree of Man after a line in A Shropshire Lad and's first novel, Against the Fall of Night, is taken from a work in Housman ...
Lord Burlington... e house was completed in 1729 during the reign of George II and designed by. William Kent (1685–1748), who took a leading role in designing the garde ...
W. H. AudenIn a 1955 letter to, Tolkien recollects that he began work on The Hobbit one day early in the ...
Ian Kershaw... interpretation of the Third Reich such as Martin Broszat, Hans Mommsen andhave been very hostile or lukewarm towards the totalitarianism concept, ar ...
Simon Hornblower... , but even if this assertion is correct, no such plan was ever implemented.asserts that Thebes' great legacy to fourth century and Hellenistic Greece ...
Sandy Mölling... ll-female pop trio from Germany, consisting of band members Lucy Diakovska,, and Jessica Wahls. Critically acclaimed, the band has won dozen of award ...
Mark Pattison... ary works. C.P. Snow was inspired for his novel The Masters by the story of, a fellow at Lincoln, whose enthusiastic hopes for Lincoln were frustrate ...
Winston Churchill... he gold standard and in 1925 they were able to convince the then Chancellorto re-establish it, which had a depressing effect on British industry. Key ...
Benjamin Franklin... amount of labor which has been expended in the improvement of commodities".in his 1729 essay entitled "A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity ...
Isaac Newton... ly credited with being the first to develop the theory of atomism, althoughpreferred to credit the obscure Moschus the Phoenician (whom he believed t ...
Ringo Starr... en he made a record of his early songs with such figures as Rory Gallagher,, Elton John and Brian May called Putting on the Style. A follow-up album ...
Richard KirwanFollowing criticism, especially the arguments fromwho thought Hutton's ideas were atheistic and not logical, Hutton publishe ...
Chen Ning Yang... nteraction; it was assumed to be a universal law. However, in the mid-1950sand Tsung-Dao Lee suggested that the weak interaction might violate this l ...
James Stirling... nction's important functional properties, including the reflection formula., a contemporary of Euler, also attempted to find a continuous expression ...
Tom Stoppard... th, the meaning of human existence and the place of God in human existence.'s Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead is an absurdist tragicomedy first s ...
John Kenneth Galbraith... ch events spiralled out of control in the run up to and after independence., the Canadian-American Harvard University economist, who advised governme ...
Isaac Newton... y was common among highly important seventeenth-century scientists, such as, and Gottfried Leibniz. Newton was even accused of introducing occult age ...
Stanisław PoniatowskiIn 1764 Catherine placed, her former lover, on the Polish throne. Although the idea of partitionin ...
C. S. Lewis... nished the story and then lent the manuscript to several friends, includingand a student of Tolkien's named Elaine Griffiths. In 1936, when Griffiths ...
Gordon Bell... ess radar cross section data for the Lockheed A-12 reconnaissance aircraft.remembered that it was being used in some time later, but could not recall ...
Lewis CarrollAlice-in-Wonderland syndrome (AIWS, named after the novel written by), also known as Todd's syndrome, is a disorienting neurological condition ...
Hugh Hefner... s article in his book, she had lambasted both Bogdanovich and Playboy mogul, claiming that Stratten was a victim of them as much as of her husband, P ...
Elsie Widdowson... ter World War II took place according to nutritional principles drawn up byand others. In 1941, the first Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) were ...
Karl Marx... early labour values theories. Some writers (including Bertrand Russell and) think the labour theory of value can be traced back to him. In his Summa ...
Winston Churchill... temperatures and pressures. Two months later Cunard received a letter from, then First Lord of the Admiralty, ordering the ship to leave Clydeside a ...
Alfred, Lord Tennyson... govia as a fittingly opulent Camelot. The symbolism of Camelot so impressedthat he wrote up a prose sketch on the castle as one of his earliest attem ...
Edmund Davy... yfuel welding, became well established. Acetylene was discovered in 1836 by, but its use was not practical in welding until about 1900, when a suitab ...
William Warde Fowler... d to have been buried near the altar of Fons (ara Fontis) on the Janiculum.observed that between 259 and 241 BC, cults were founded for Juturna, Fons ...
Sir Harrison BirtwistleAmongst British composers,readily acknowledges the influence of Stockhausen's Zeitmaße (especially o ...
David Quammen... name for the bird, dodô, is taken from the internationally used word dodo.considered the idea that dodo was an approximation of the bird's own call, ...
Robert Sternberg... r Tufts faculty include former American Psychological Association president, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Martin J. Sherwin, preeminent philosoph ...
John Locke... oncept or doctrine derived from liberal political theory. It traces back toin late 17th century England and to Montesquieu in 18th century France, th ...
Bertrand Russell... 's theories, produced early labour values theories. Some writers (includingand Karl Marx) think the labour theory of value can be traced back to him. ...
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Margaret Drabble... tween different countries and different artistic media or areas of thought.described it in literature as taking place "roughly between 1770 and 1848" ...
Joseph Needham... used by Chinese astronomers to describe the heavens as spherical. Historianquotes Zhang Heng (78-139 AD) as saying
Kofi Annan... treaty bodies. In his September 2002 report the former UN Secretary Generalon 'Strengthening the United Nations; an agenda for further change' sugges ...
Samuel Alexander... rd (or Cambridge) to admit a Jewish Fellow, the Australian-born philosopher(appointed 1882)
Guglielmo Marconi... nts conducted by physicists such as Nikola Tesla, Jagadish Chandra Bose andduring the 1890s leading to the invention of radio
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Cecil Taylor... ee jazz movement coalesced around such important (and disparate) figures as, Sun Ra, Ornette Coleman, and John Coltrane, as well as many lesser-known ...
George Bernard Shaw... w York and London based critics, including Henry Chorley, Herman Klein, and, castigated a succession of visiting Mediterranean tenors for resorting t ...
Charles II... e of quo warranto was the action taken against the Corporation of London byin 1683. The King's Bench adjudged the charter and franchises of the city ...
Prince George of Denmark... her out when Anne suffered bereavement. After the death of Anne's husband,in 1708, Sarah arrived uninvited at Kensington Palace to find Anne with th ...
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J. R. R. Tolkien... appointed Professor of English at the University of Leeds in preference to, with whom he shared, as author of The Epic (1914), a professional intere ...
David Cameron... has always been held by the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, currently
Niko... five children of Dirk Cornelis Tinbergen and Jeannette van Eek. His brotherwould also win a Nobel Prize (for physiology, during 1973) for his work in ...
King George II... ot wishing to see his collection broken up after death, he bequeathed it to, for the nation, for the princely sum of £20,000
Alfred Marshall... financial consultant. In 1924 Keynes wrote an obituary for his former tutorwhich Schumpeter called "the most brilliant life of a man of science I hav ...
Ali Akbar Khan... e Young discovered Indian music in 1957 on the campus of the UCLA. He cites(sarod) and Chatur Lal (tabla) as particularly significant. The discovery ...
Bill Gates... ft CEO Steve Ballmer's chair-throwing incident from 2005. Microsoft founderis a popular target of jokes by Slashdotters, and all stories about Micros ...
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John Locke... aced back to Treatise of Taxes, written in 1662 by Sir William Petty and to's notion, set out in the Second Treatise on Government (1689), that prope ...
Montesquieu... ng (as she frankly admitted) the philosophers of Western Europe, especiallyand Cesare Beccaria
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Margaret Thatcher... built a legacy bringing to Westminster College world leaders: Lech Wałęsa,, Harry S Truman, Gerald R. Ford, Ronald W. Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Mikh ...
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John LennonThe Hollywood Vampires was also attended by the likes of, Ringo Starr, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood all of whom Moon maintained ...
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Thomas Henry Huxley... in the 19th century by Ernst Haeckel, and by comparative anatomists such asand E. Ray Lankester. Enthusiasm waned: it was often difficult to find evi ...
Gibbon... 654. This code gave occasion to some well-known comments by Montesquieu and, and has been discussed by Savigny (Geschichte des romischen Rechts, ii. ...
Karl Marx... ture and Necessity of a Paper Currency" is sometimes credited (including by) with originating the concept in its modern form. However, the theory has ...
Johannes Hevelius... olemy in his 48 asterisms. Ptolemy catalogued 17 stars, Tycho Brahe 10, and20
Empress Dowager Cixi... drafted by the Guangxu Emperor in 1898, but was opposed and stopped by the, who placed Emperor Guangxu under house arrest in a coup d'état. Further ...
Ornette Coleman... sced around such important (and disparate) figures as Cecil Taylor, Sun Ra,, and John Coltrane, as well as many lesser-known figures such as Joe Mane ...
Lewis Carroll... plays, novels, and translated English poetry and books into French such as's The Hunting of the Snark. French poet and novelist Raymond Queneau had ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... e years 1490 to 1492 as a page in the household service of John Morton, theand Lord Chancellor of England. Morton enthusiastically supported the "New ...
Churchill... if it reduced casualties elsewhere by greater amounts. It was thought thatwould reverse this decision later (he was then away at a conference); but ...
Ringo StarrThe Hollywood Vampires was also attended by the likes of John Lennon,, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood all of whom Moon maintained friendships w ...
Bill Clinton... had a major role in the Senate trial following the impeachment of President. After the House narrowly voted to impeach Clinton, Lott proceeded with t ...
Dirac... 934, introduces the idea that the photon is equivalent to the fusion of twoneutrinos
Jeffrey WeeksDartmouth alumni in academia include Stuart Kauffman and, both recipients of MacArthur Fellowships (commonly called "genius grants ...
Iris Murdoch... on display ranging over books such as Colin Wilson’s The Outsider (panned),’s debut novel Under the Net (praised), or William Empson’s Milton’s God ( ...
Arthur Young... er reputation in their writings. The leading economists of her day, such asand Jacques Necker, became foreign members of the Free Economic Society, e ...
Robert SternbergIn 2006, Dean of Arts and Sciencesadded experimental criteria to the application process for undergraduates ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... Sindarin: ), originally named Minas Anor, is a fictional city and castle in's Middle-earth writings. It became the heavily fortified capital of Gondo ...
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J. J. Thomson... s own as a compressed electron (detected in 1897 by British experimentalist) would prove unstable. Meanwhile, other experimenters began to detect une ...
Trenyce Cobbins... til at least May 2009, season two American Idol contestants Frenchie Davis,and winner Ruben Studdard starred in the 30th anniversary national tour of ...
Michael Frayn... him off the big screen for several years. One, Noises Off..., based on theplay, has subsequently developed a strong cult following, while the other, ...
John Major... lack of responsiveness in the quality of public services. The government ofsought to tackle this with a Citizen's Charter programme. This sought to e ...
Andrew SarrisFilm criticconsiders it to be "Huston's best film", and the film that made Marilyn Mo ...
Leopold I of Belgium... Bedford in 1825, and The Fountain (Royal Palace, Brussels) commissioned byin 1826. The latter picture likely influenced J. M. W. Turner's major work ...
Clinton C-Sox... s on June 28. After just two games with the Smokies, he was promoted to theof the Midwest League where he posted a record of 4 wins and 7 losses
John James Audubon... life illustration reached its peak in the 19th century with artists such as, and today many naturalist field guides are still illustrated with waterc ...
Cornelius Vermuyden... The leader of one of these syndicates was the Earl of Bedford, who employedas engineer. Contrary to popular belief, Vermuyden was not involved with t ...
William Bligh... island with a European settlement at the time, Timor was the destination ofand seamen loyal to him following the infamous mutiny on the Bounty in 178 ...
Francis Crick... be found in the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. In his autobiography, ,wrote about his choice of the word dogma and some of the problems it cause ...
Walter Burkert... erfumed, yet reaches to a thousand years with her voice by aid of the god.'observes that "Frenzied women from whose lips the god speaks" are recorded ...
Aaron Copland... ncluding Igor Stravinsky, William Kraft, John Harbison, Witold Lutosławski,, Pierre Boulez, Steven Stucky, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, John Adams ...
Benjamin Franklin... appointed a "Committee of Five", consisting of John Adams of Massachusetts,of Pennsylvania, Thomas Jefferson of Virginia, Robert R. Livingston of New ...
Thomas Linacre... St Mary’s. More received a classical education at Oxford and was a pupil ofand , becoming proficient in both Greek and Latin. He left Oxford in 1494 ...
Anthony Braxton... ructures are employed, some of them very detailed and complex; the music offurnishes many examples. It would perhaps be best to call this modern or a ...
William Ernest Johnson... the 1870s. Other significant figures were Platon Sergeevich Poretskii, and. The conception of a Boolean algebra structure on equivalent statements o ...
Isaiah BerlinAccording to, Romanticism embodied "a new and restless spirit, seeking violently to bu ...
Vivian H. H. Green... tional spymaster George Smiley was partly modelled on former Lincoln rector. At least one other recent Lincoln Rector, Sir Maurice Shock, enjoyed a p ...
John Smeaton... covery of concrete (based on hydraulic lime mortar) by the British engineer, which had been lost for 1300 years
John Forman... man, Joanne Woodward, Robert Redford, George Roy Hill, William Goldman, and, among others
Ornette ColemanFree jazz is most strongly associated with the 1950s innovations ofand Cecil Taylor and the later works of saxophonist John Coltrane. Other i ...
WSBT-TVMishawaka located stations include(CBS), WBND-LP (ABC), WCWW-LP (CW) and WMYS-LP (My Network TV)
Henry V of England... p with, and probable secret marriage to, Catherine of Valois, widow of King
Mohamed Atta... partment data mining project Able Danger had kept Nawaf, Khalid al-Mihdhar,and Marwan al-Shehhi all under surveillance as Al-Qaeda agents
Hannah Arendt... published a letter signed by a number of prominent Jewish figures including, Albert Einstein, Sidney Hook, and Rabbi Jessurun Cardozo, which describe ...
Bill Clinton... the inspectors were not kicked out by Saddam Hussein, but were withdrawn by
Lewis Carroll... ild and a teenager, Gaiman read the works of C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien,, James Branch Cabell, Edgar Allan Poe, Michael Moorcock, Ursula K. Le Gui ...
Khalid al-Mihdhar... that the Defense Department data mining project Able Danger had kept Nawaf,, Mohamed Atta and Marwan al-Shehhi all under surveillance as Al-Qaeda age ...
Sten Sture the YoungerHis first marriage (1490–1495) with Iliana Gädda, produced the son. He married a second time with Mette Dyr
Doug Marlette... ganus, Michael Malone, Annie Dillard, Hal Crowther, Frances Mayes, the late, and David Payne
Wiener... discovered the greenhouse effect. Von Neumann, Turing, Khinchin, Markov and, all mathematicians, made major contributions to science and probability ...
Neil Gaiman... #31 (Nov. 1989). A few months after this, the Spectre has a cameo in writer's The Books of Magic, a four-issue miniseries starring many DC occult cha ...
Nikolaus PevsnerAccording to, Lincoln College preserves "more of the character of a 15th century colle ...
Edmund WilsonThe Hollow Men appeared in 1925. For the critic, it marked "The nadir of the phase of despair and desolation given such e ...
WFNA 55... y four television stations: WPMI 15 (NBC), WKRG 5 (CBS), WALA 10 (Fox), and(CW). The regional area is also served by WEAR 3 (ABC) and WJTC 44, an ind ...
Jay Dardenne... sas Parish. The parish gave a plurality of 48 percent to Secretary of State. Both Jindal and Dardenne were easy statewide winners in the nonpartisan ...
King George VGuisborough has a King George's Field in memory of, and the town's football team Guisborough Town FC plays on the King Georg ...
Bertrand Russell's... ologians. Reverend Canon Brian Hebblethwaite, for example, preached against
Harald V... died in the evening of a myocardial infarction. An interview given by King, and hints in a biography by Jo Benkow, who was the president of the parl ...
Paul GinspargThe e-print archive arXiv.org (pronounced "archive") was created byin 1991 at Los Alamos National Laboratory for the purpose of distributing ...
Queen Margrethe IIHe was succeeded by his eldest daughter,. Queen Ingrid survived her husband by 28 years. She died on 7 November 20 ...
WBND-LPMishawaka located stations include WSBT-TV (CBS),(ABC), WCWW-LP (CW) and WMYS-LP (My Network TV)
James Smithson... of knowledge" from a bequest to the United States by the British scientist(c. 1765–1829), who never visited the new nation. In Smithson's will, he s ...
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Judi Dench... called Sir Elton or Sir Elton John, but never Sir John. Similarly, actressDBE may be addressed as Dame Judi or Dame Judi Dench, but never Dame Dench
Cecil Taylor... most strongly associated with the 1950s innovations of Ornette Coleman andand the later works of saxophonist John Coltrane. Other important pioneers ...
Noam Chomsky... aration opposing the invasion of Iraq (along with prominent figures such asand Susan Sarandon); the declaration appeared in the magazine The Nation. ...
Tom StoppardHousman is the main character in the 1997play The Invention of Love. Many titles for novels and films have been dra ...
Marwan al-Shehhi... ing project Able Danger had kept Nawaf, Khalid al-Mihdhar, Mohamed Atta andall under surveillance as Al-Qaeda agents
John PlayfairIn the Spring of 1788 he set off withto the Berwickshire coast and found more examples of this sequence in the ...
Gary Snyder... Richard Borshay Lee; and others such as Lewis Mumford, Jean Baudrillard and. Many advocates of Green anarchism and primitivism consider Fredy Perlman ...
Paul McCartney... of bass has a tea chest as a resonator. Before the Beatles, John Lennon and's band, The Quarrymen, featured a tea-chest bass, as did many young bands ...
Allen Tate... , the difficulty of hope and religious conversion, Eliot's failed marriage.perceived a shift in Eliot's method, writing that, "The mythologies disapp ...
WEAR 3... (CBS), WALA 10 (Fox), and WFNA 55 (CW). The regional area is also served by(ABC) and WJTC 44, an independent station. They are both based in Pensacol ...
Peter Ustinov... uarded by Satwant and Beant. She was to be interviewed by the British actor, who was filming a documentary for Irish television. According to informa ...
Maurice Wilkins... e of the DNA molecule in 1953 together with James D. Watson. He, Watson andwere jointly awarded the 1962 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine "for ...
Árpád Pusztai... lutinin. Potatoes have been genetically modified with the GNA gene. In 1998said in an interview on a World in Action programme that his group had obs ...
Michael Noonan... chell in the leadership election, which was triggered by the resignation offollowing the 2002 general election. The position of deputy leader has bee ...
Henry V of England... fe of Henry the Fifth (in the First Folio text). It tells the story of King, focusing on events immediately before and after the Battle of Agincourt ...
George Martin... ardas often said that the Abbey Road studio was "no good", much to producer's annoyance: "The trouble was that Alex was always coming to the studios ...
Geneva... r days every two weeks for 9 months of the year with other regular shows in, Lausanne and Basel. The very first shows in 2006 brought to Switzerland ...
Lyon PlayfairFor example, in 1854(later 1st Baron Playfair, GCB, PC, FRS (1 May 1818 – 29 May 1898), a Brit ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel... connections resulted in rapid growth at the expense of nearby towns not on's railways. The more central Torquay railway station was opened on 2 Augu ...
Peter Sellars... of Richard Wagner's opera Tristan und Isolde, a collaboration with director, conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen and executive producer Kira Perov. The opera ...
Thomas Pynchon... Durham savant John Bird Emerson makes an appearance in Mason and Dixon byEmerson’s works include
Nikolaas Tinbergen... l prize winners: poet T. S. Eliot, physicist Sir Anthony Leggett, zoologistand chemist Frederick Soddy. Other Merton alumni are Bodleian Library foun ...
KDKA-TV... uired the aforementioned monopoly in Pittsburgh with DuMont-owned WDTV (now, and ironically now a CBS O&O) being part of the merger. However, Paramou ...
John Locke... l influence on the words of the Declaration. The English political theorist, whom Jefferson called one of "the three greatest men that have ever live ...
James DysonIn the early first decade of the 21st century, the British inventorlaunched the ContraRotator, a type of washing machine with two cylinders r ...
Sidney Hook... umber of prominent Jewish figures including Hannah Arendt, Albert Einstein,, and Rabbi Jessurun Cardozo, which described Irgun as a "a terrorist, rig ...
WPMI 15Mobile is served locally by four television stations:(NBC), WKRG 5 (CBS), WALA 10 (Fox), and WFNA 55 (CW). The regional area is ...
Charles Dickens... also learned rudimentary English skills by reading the Bible and novels by
Graeme Koehne... g Julian Cochran, Gordon Hamilton, Liza Lim, Nigel Westlake, David Worrall,, Elena Kats-Chernin, Carl Vine, Brett Dean, Martin Wesley-Smith, Georges ...
Benjamin Franklin... hat help themselves", the oft-quoted maxim that also appeared previously in's Poor Richard's Almanac (1733–1758). In the 20th century, "Carnegie's re ...
Geneva... hemical and biological weapons in warfare. Signed into International Law aton June 17, 1925 and entered into force on February 8, 1928, this treaty s ...
Turing... and infrared radiation, and discovered the greenhouse effect. Von Neumann,, Khinchin, Markov and Wiener, all mathematicians, made major contribution ...
J. R. R. TolkienAs a child and a teenager, Gaiman read the works of C. S. Lewis,, Lewis Carroll, James Branch Cabell, Edgar Allan Poe, Michael Moorcock, U ...
Phil Hogan... t of the parliamentary party on 5 June 2002. Kenny defeated Richard Bruton,and Gay Mitchell in the leadership election, which was triggered by the re ...
Albert Einstein... ter signed by a number of prominent Jewish figures including Hannah Arendt,, Sidney Hook, and Rabbi Jessurun Cardozo, which described Irgun as a "a t ...
Bill Clinton... of those guilty of "Plastic Paddyism" (or, in his words, "Dermot-itis") are, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Shane MacGowan. Scottish-Australian songwriter Eri ...
Clement Attlee... egion and in particular his perceived Labour sympathies at that time led toappointing him Viceroy of India after the war, charged with overseeing the ...
Pope Benedict XVI... ed in that they are "doing God's work" by ridding the world of LGBT people., the leader of the Roman Catholic Church has stoked this sentiment as wel ...
John RayThe first classification of birds was developed by Francis Willughby andin their 1676 volume Ornithologiae
John Major... as Dame Norma Major, who gained her title six years before her husband Sirwas knighted). The husbands of Dames have no honorific, so Dame Norma's hu ...
Otto Hahn... w element should be named hahnium (Ha), in honor of the late German chemist. Consequently hahnium was the name that most American and Western Europea ...
Drew G. Faust... oston-area colleges and universities including Harvard University Presidentand UMass President Jack M. Wilson, and sports figures including Boston Ce ...
Eric Hobsbawm... time covered by the Industrial Revolution varies with different historians.held that it 'broke out' in Britain in the 1780s and was not fully felt un ...
Alvin Hansen... to achieve widespread acceptance, with eminent American professors such asagreeing with the General Theory before the outbreak of World War II
Sir Walter ScottThe legend was actually formalised byand was later instigated in a town festival called "The Cleikum Ceremonies ...
Martha Graham... epted by the John Murray Anderson School of Theatre, and studied dance with
Bryan R. WilsonDr. Lonnie D. Kliever (1932–2004), Gordon Melton, and. An opposing camp less critical of apostate narratives as a group include ...
Francis WillughbyThe first classification of birds was developed byand John Ray in their 1676 volume Ornithologiae
Antipater... metrius was married five times; his first wife was Phila daughter of Regentby whom he had two children: Stratonice of Syria and Antigonus II Gonatas. ...
Heath Ledger... Mel Gibson, Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett and
Mark Pattison... ve volumes in 1533, 1534, 1539, 1546 and 1547; of these, a friendly critic,, is obliged to approve the judgment of Pierre Daniel Huet, who says, "par ...
Charles Lyell... evolutionary play is performed. Darwin studied evolution in the context of's geology, but our present understanding of Earth history includes some c ...
WNYW... O). It would have had to sell either WJZ-TV or DuMont flagship WABD-TV (now) as well as two other stations (most likely WXYZ-TV and KGO-TV) in order ...
C. S. LewisAs a child and a teenager, Gaiman read the works of, J. R. R. Tolkien, Lewis Carroll, James Branch Cabell, Edgar Allan Poe, M ...
Nina Bawden... Wireless Theatre Company. She appeared in a production of Carrie's War, thenovel, at the in 2009
King James IIPrincess Louisa Maria (1692–1712), the last daughter of(d. 1701), born after he lost his crown in the Glorious Revolution, was gi ...
Niels Bohr... roposed the name nielsbohrium (Ns) in honor of the Danish nuclear physicist. The American team proposed that the new element should be named hahnium ...
Max Planck... s included the wave-particle duality theory of matter, based on the work ofand Albert Einstein on light. The thesis examiners, unsure of the material ...
Charles II... handed over to England, as promised, so flying the St George's Cross untilsold it to the king of France in 1662
Raymond III of Tripoli... umphrey IV of Toron to Isabella of Jerusalem. The siege was raised by Count, and Raynald was quiet until 1186
Charles Wheatstone... e details of his apparatus, which utilized the relaying mirrors employed byin 1835 for measuring the velocity of the electric discharge; but owing to ...
Julian Huxley... s Symbionticism and the origin of species; and there was a brief mention byin 1930; all in vain because sufficient evidence was lacking. Symbiosis as ...
Samuel Taylor Coleridge... t the inaugural moment of modernity, some like Chateaubriand, 'Novalis' andsee it as the beginning of a tradition of resistance to Enlightenment rati ...
Charles Darwin... local foraminifera (single-celled protists with shells), corresponded with, and had two gastropods (snails or slugs) named after him
Asrat Woldeyes... ory failure" following complications from a prostate operation. His doctor,, denied that complications had occurred and rejected the government versi ...
Andrew Huxley... electrical properties of nerve cells, culminating in work by Alan Hodgkin,, and others on the biophysics of the action potential, and the work of Be ...
Allan Gurganus... tration of residents who are nationally known authors, including Lee Smith,, Michael Malone, Annie Dillard, Hal Crowther, Frances Mayes, the late Dou ...
GaussAn alternative notation which was originally introduced byand which was sometimes used is the Pi function, which in terms of the gam ...
Lewis Carroll... mous examples of using gibberish in literature is the poem "Jabberwocky" by
LinnaeusThe Barn Swallow was described byin his Systema Naturae in 1758 as Hirundo rustica, characterised as H. rec ...
George Martin... from that day's work on the song; asked why a longer version wasn't issued,explained: "I think it gets boring.
Rudyard Kipling... bell, Edgar Allan Poe, Michael Moorcock, Ursula K. Le Guin, Harlan Ellison,. Lord Dunsany and G. K. Chesterton. He later became a fan of science fict ...
Pat Barker... life of W. H. R. Rivers and his encounter with Sassoon was fictionalised byin the Regeneration Trilogy, a series of three books including Regeneratio ...
Johnny Rotten... of the music for the band's songs and most of the lyrics, while lead singermade some adjustments. Matlock is credited as a co-author on 10 of the 12 ...
John Zorn... ay, and the Lounge Lizards, who were the first group to call themselves "".began to make note of the emphasis on speed and dissonance that was becomi ...
Charles Mingus... later works of saxophonist John Coltrane. Other important pioneers included, Eric Dolphy, Albert Ayler, Archie Shepp, Joe Maneri and Sun Ra. Although ...
Ornette Coleman... o free jazz. This began in 1986 with the album Spy vs. Spy, a collection oftunes done in the contemporary thrashcore style. The same year, Sonny Shar ...
WXYZ-TV... ing Company during that same year, with WENR-TV (now WLS-TV) in Chicago andin Detroit being the other two. Channel 7's call letters came from its the ...
Joshua LederbergThe role of symbiosis in cell evolution was revived partly by, and finally brought to light by Lynn Margulis in a series of papers and ...
Albert Einstein... wave-particle duality theory of matter, based on the work of Max Planck andon light. The thesis examiners, unsure of the material, passed his thesis ...
WHME-TV... s located in nearby South Bend, IN include WNDU-TV (NBC), WNIT-TV (PBS) and(LeSEA)
James Clerk Maxwell... cs, which was elaborated upon by Ludwig Boltzmann and the British physicist, held that energy (including heat) was a measure of the speed of particle ...
Cleo Laine... logy, the Belgian chansonnier Jacques Brel, the musical partnership of Dame& Sir John Dankworth, and the harmonica
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James E. TalmageIn 1930, a small volume edited by Apostletitled Latter-day Revelations was published, which was a highly edited sel ...
Hugh Edwin StricklandThis view was later supported byand Melville after a dissection of the preserved head and foot from a stuf ...
Pope John Paul II... ed rapidly during the 1990s. The city has a redeveloped airport named after, Karol Wojtyła Airport, with connections to several European cities
Adam SmithScottish economistaccepted the LTV for pre-capitalist societies but saw a flaw in its applic ...
Stanisław PoniatowskiSir Charles Hanbury Williams, the British ambassador to Russia, offereda place in the embassy, in return for gaining Catherine as an ally. Poniat ...
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Richard WrightNative Son (1940) is a novel by American author. The novel tells the story of 20-year-old Bigger Thomas, an African Ameri ...
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Richard Wright... rded scholar of African-American literary works. This edition also contains's 1940 essay How 'Bigger' Was Born
Peter UstinovAt one point later in the series,was a guest on the one-shot "upside down" episode, during which the televi ...
Pope Paul VI... which is always conferred posthumously and was finally bestowed upon her byin 1970 along with Saint Catherine of Siena making them the first women to ...
Charles Lennox, 2nd Duke of Richmond... ldings, such as Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of Leicester at Holkham Hall, Norfolk, at Goodwood House, and the Mansion House, nicknamed the "Egyptian Hall" ...
James Baldwin's... he book was criticized by some of Wright's fellow African-American writers.1948 essay Everybody's Protest Novel dismissed Native Son as protest ficti ...
Pope John XXIII... period between the first and second sessions saw the change of pontiff fromto Pope Paul VI, who had been a member of the circle (the Badaliya) of the ...
Henry DeWolf Smyth... iked among people of all strata, from other Nobel Laureates to technicians., who was Chairman of the Princeton Physics department, had once invited F ...
Charles Mingus... f free jazz and jazz-rock fusion, some of the influential bassists included(1922–1979), who was also a composer and bandleader whose music fused hard ...
Erik Christopher ZeemanIn a 1964 paper,showed that the causality preserving property, a condition that is weaker ...
Ziad JarrahIn mid-March,was in Georgia as well, staying in Decatur. At the end of the month, Jarra ...
Pope Paul VI... first and second sessions saw the change of pontiff from Pope John XXIII to, who had been a member of the circle (the Badaliya) of the Islamologist L ...
Richard Holmes... Wales's) Regiment of (Light) Dragoons and, according to military historian, he also dipped a reluctant toe into politics. Shortly before the general ...
Lawrence KleinTinbergen's work on macroeconomic models was later continued by, contributing to another Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. For h ...
Galla Placidia... on in 424 to defeat the western usurper, Joannes of Ravenna, and to installand her son, Valentinian III, in his place. He also helped to negotiate a ...
Walter Scott... macy with a "self-taught philosopher, astronomer and mathematician," as Sircalled him, of great local fame—James Veitch of Inchbonny—a man who was pa ...
Alan Blinder... e resulting body of work largely composing New Keynesian economics. In 1992was writing about a "Keynesian Restoration" as work based on Keynes's idea ...
Sarah Palin... Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund, in which Judd condemned Alaska governorfor supporting aerial wolf hunting. In response, Palin stated the reason t ...
Whitney Houston... h Ryan O'Neal. However, plans of this adaptation fell through. Years later,and Kevin Costner assumed the roles of Ross and O'Neal in the 1992 film. I ...
Sir Humphry DavyThe metal itself was first produced byin England in 1808 using electrolysis of a mixture of magnesia and mercuri ...
Richard Strachey... mon, London, the fifth son and the eleventh child of Lieutenant General Sir, an officer in the colonial British armed forces, and his second wife, th ...
Joseph Needham... ertium, extensively analyzed by J. R. Partington, several scholars cited byconcluded that Bacon had most likely witnessed at least one demonstration ...
Tim Berners-Lee... blem of distributed authoring on the World Wide Web with interested people.'s original vision of the Web was that of a medium for both reading and wr ...
Geri Allen... African-American musicians (Steve Coleman, Graham Haynes, Cassandra Wilson,, Greg Osby etc.) who emerged in New York with a new sound and specific id ...
Joseph Chamberlain... t rally celebrating the British Empire, the occasion being the centenary of's birth. In October 1942, the Hall suffered minor damage during World War ...
Robert BurtonIn England, the term deist first appeared in's The Anatomy of Melancholy (1621)
Sir Humphry Davy... en recognised in compounds, the metal itself was not isolated until 1807 bythrough the electrolysis of sodium hydroxide
Henry Barkly... 1872 when the local politician John Molteno - with the backing of Governor- instituted responsible government, making the Ministers directly respons ...
Pierre Trudeau... dered by many to be Turner's ideological successor, as Jean Chrétien was to
Lord Adrian... ch consensus, prompting the intervention of then University Vice-Chancellor. Lord Adrian first offered the professorship to a compromise candidate, , ...
Lockean"Reason" was the ultimate court of appeal for deists. Tindal presents adefinition of reason, self-evident truth and the light of nature
Anna of Savoy... Constantinople. On 8 February, an agreement was concluded with the empress, whereby he and John V Palaiologos would rule jointly. The agreement was ...
Karl MarxAnother Young Hegelian,, was at first sympathetic with this strategy of attacking Christianity to ...
Ornette Coleman... e Haden (born 1937) is best known for his long association with saxophonistand for his role in the 1970s-era Liberation Music Orchestra, an experimen ...
Roddy Doyle... writers include J. M. Synge, Seán O'Casey, Brendan Behan, Maeve Binchy, and. Ireland's biggest libraries and literary museums are found in Dublin, in ...
Adam Smith... parks and old-English farmyards; the smugglers really start smuggling (cf.'s approval of smuggling); and the "Samuel Johnson Dining Experience" turn ...
Marvin Kalb... in the ratings against ABC's This Week with David Brinkley. Roger Mudd and(as co-moderators) followed Monroe for a year, followed by Chris Wallace i ...
Charles Mingus... as deemed controversial when this approach was first developed. The bassistis also frequently associated with the avant-garde in jazz, although his c ...
Sarah Palin... ress in which Damon commented on the Republican Vice Presidential candidate, whom he viewed unready to lead the country in case John McCain were to n ...
Joseph Kruskal... eated by Max Mathews. New greedy algorithms developed by Robert C. Prim and, revolutionized computer network design. In 1958, the laser was first des ...
General Mannerheim... art in the fighting at the front of the Finnish Civil War. When the regent,, later heard about this, he invited Gallen-Kallela to design the flags, o ...
C. S. LewisIn recent times,has adopted a scholastic position in the course of his work The Problem of ...
Paris Hilton... mber 2003, she officially joined the show, adding celebrity figures such asand Liza Minnelli, and Canadian politicians such as Belinda Stronach, to t ...
Hans Küng... sexuals. In the 20th century, theologians like Karl Barth, Jürgen Moltmann,, John Robinson, Bishop David Jenkins, Don Cupitt, challenged traditional ...
Pope John XXIII... awarded the Pacem in Terris Award, named after a 1963 encyclical letter bycalling for all people to strive for peace
Don Cupitt... arl Barth, Jürgen Moltmann, Hans Küng, John Robinson, Bishop David Jenkins,, challenged traditional theological positions and understandings of the B ...
Ornette ColemanThe first major stirrings came in the 1950s, with the early work ofand Cecil Taylor. In the 1960s, performers included Archie Shepp, Sun Ra, ...
John VI KantakouzenosOn 2 February the Byzantine Empire's civil war betweenand the regency ended with John VI entering Constantinople. On 8 February, ...
Alexander von HumboldtThe city is named for German naturalist
Constantine II of Greece... nd VIPs, using the former King of Greece as his principal salesman. Ex-King(then exiled in Britain) provided contacts to a half a dozen royal familie ...
Alistair Cooke... ular the pursuit of objectivity. Taking as an example some comments made byin 1935, where Cooke claimed to be without politics as a critic, Anderson ...
Archbishop of CanterburyWilliam Laud was appointedin 1633, and began a series of unpopular reforms such as attempting to ens ...
Nawaf al-Hazmi... h mosque, sometime in early April. They were joined there by 9/11 hijackersand Hani Hanjour who had moved out of San Diego and Arizona after living i ...
Cleopatra I Syra... es the weight of previous finds from the same era and may bear the image of, the wife of the Egyptian king
Andrew Johnson... g his loyalty to the Union should a civil war break out, Tennessee Governorused his influence in the United States Department of War for Carter to or ...
Henry V of England... forgotten after centuries of nonuse. During the late medieval period, King(lived 1387-1422) ordered the use of the English of his day in proceedings ...
Richard Stallman... etween the 16th to 18 November 2005, founder of the free software movement,, protested the use of RFID security cards by covering his card with alumi ...
Charles Dickens... ll children regardless of their ability to pay, and was keenly supported by
John Diefenbaker... e factor in the Liberal government's defeat at the hands of the PCs, led by, in the 1957 election. Because the Liberals were still mostly classically ...
Josh Gracin... ddition to Underwood, American Idol launched the careers of Kellie Pickler,, Bucky Covington, Kristy Lee Cook, and Danny Gokey (as well as that of oc ...
Charles Darwin... the older English names, principally because those were the names used whenvisited
Reginald Heber... Ford – Roy Fuller – Robert Graves – Thomas Gray – Fulke Greville – Heath –– Felicia Dorothea Hemans – W. E. Henley – George Herbert – Ralph Hodgson ...
Margaret Thatcher... ign 1969–1997. The IRA also attempted to assassinate British Prime Ministerby bombing the Conservative Party Conference in a Brighton hotel. Loyalist ...
Andrew JohnsonOn the recommendation of Military Governor of Tennessee, U.S. naval officer Samuel Powhattan (S.P.) Carter was promoted to the br ...
Thomas Gray... Farewell – James Elroy Flecker – Thomas Ford – Roy Fuller – Robert Graves –– Fulke Greville – Heath – Reginald Heber – Felicia Dorothea Hemans – W. E ...
Milton Friedman... rade barriers than any administration since Hoover." By contrast, economisthas pointed to the number of pages added to the Federal Register each year ...
Giovanni Amelino-CameliaIn the context of quantum gravity,(2000) introduced what now is called doubly special relativity, by proposi ...
Max Mathews... one of the first computer programs to play electronic music, was created by. New greedy algorithms developed by Robert C. Prim and Joseph Kruskal, re ...
John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich... f courtesan and socialite Martha Ray, his former lover, and the mistress of. The Tyburn gallows were last used on 3 November 1783, when John Austin, ...
Jack DunitzSydney Brenner,, Dorothy Hodgkin, Leslie Orgel, and Beryl M. Oughton, were some of the fi ...
Hani Hanjour... in early April. They were joined there by 9/11 hijackers Nawaf al-Hazmi andwho had moved out of San Diego and Arizona after living in or visiting Abd ...
Cecil Taylor... bassist Gary Peacock and drummer Sunny Murray, a rhythm section honed withas leader. Coltrane championed many younger free jazz musicians, (notably ...
Griff Rhys Jones... eader Ifor Bach and to more recent figures such as Roald Dahl, Ken Follett,and the former Blue Peter presenter Gethin Jones. In particular, the city ...
Planck... nosphere was confirmed in 1923. The predictions by Heaviside, combined with's radiation theory, probably discouraged further attempts to detect radio ...
Joan Rivers... Davis appeared on several talk shows and was interviewed by Johnny Carson,, Larry King and David Letterman, discussing her career but refusing to di ...
Jane Ira Bloom... iver Lake, Stephen Nachmanovitch, Thomas Buckner, Robert Dick, India Cooke,, Karlton Hester, Roman Stolyar, , and many others
Oscar Peterson... bassist Ray Brown (1926–2002), known for backing Beboppers Dizzy Gillespie,, Art Tatum and Charlie Parker, and forming the Modern Jazz Quartet; hard ...
Pope John Paul IIThe Holy See took a firm stance against the U.S. plan to invade Iraq.'s special envoy, Cardinal Pio Laghi, was sent by the Church to talk with ...
Tricia Helfer... e Bamber (Captain Lee 'Apollo' Adama), James Callis (Dr. Gaius Baltar), andas a Cylon known as "Number Six". The mini-series was a ratings success fo ...
Kellie Pickler... the 2000s. In addition to Underwood, American Idol launched the careers of, Josh Gracin, Bucky Covington, Kristy Lee Cook, and Danny Gokey (as well ...
Albert Einstein... han Huizinga, and Pisacane, and works by Max Planck, Werner Heisenberg, andon physics. Disdainful of Turin students, Calvino saw himself as enclosed ...
Tom ColeU.S. Representative, currently the only Native American serving in Congress, lives in Moore w ...
Charles Voyde HarrelsonHarrelson was born in Midland, Texas, the son of Diane Lou (née Oswald) and, who divorced in 1964; he has two brothers, Jordan and Brett. Harrelson's ...
William Butler Yeats... having produced many prominent literary figures, including Nobel laureates, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett. Other influential writers and pl ...
Dorothea Lange's... e Vine Hill area from 1940 to 1972. Florence Owens Thompson, made famous byMigrant Mother photograph, died in Scotts Valley in 1983
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Kristy Lee Cook... Idol launched the careers of Kellie Pickler, Josh Gracin, Bucky Covington,, and Danny Gokey (as well as that of occasional country singer Kelly Clar ...
John Zorn... players include Charles Gayle, William Parker, Matana Roberts, Chad Taylor,, Assif Tsahar, Tom Abbs, Kenny Werner, and Chris Speed. In Chicago, notab ...
Charles II... recognition for help given to him during his exile in Jersey in the 1640s,gave George Carteret, bailiff and governor, a large grant of land in the A ...
Robert Goulet... also an abridged (100 minute) 1967 network television version that starred, with choreography by Edward Villella
Charles DickensThe second special was broadcast on Friday 23 December 1988. In a twist on' A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Blackadder is the "kindest and loveliest" ma ...
David Starkey... in, and Italian and began learning Spanish when she was Queen. According to, Catherine was most likely better educated overall than Anne Boleyn. As a ...
Brandy Norwood... the film and a well earned third Golden Globe nomination. In 1999, she andco-starred in the film, Double Platinum, which was released prior to the r ...
Neville Chamberlain... o communicate with London. The FA's work showed that British Prime Ministerwas determined to go to war if Germany invaded Poland in 1939. This direct ...
Bucky Covington... derwood, American Idol launched the careers of Kellie Pickler, Josh Gracin,, Kristy Lee Cook, and Danny Gokey (as well as that of occasional country ...
Michael Palin... radio and played with the very nature of the medium." This is reiterated byand John Cleese in their contributions to Ventham's (2002) book. Cleese re ...
Archbishop of Canterbury... hapel Royal of Kensington Palace on 27 July 1867 by Charles Thomas Longley,, and her three godparents were Queen Victoria, the Prince of Wales (later ...
George Bernard Shaw... prominent literary figures, including Nobel laureates William Butler Yeats,and Samuel Beckett. Other influential writers and playwrights include Osca ...
George Martin... their own, the various Beatles supplied a total of "30 or so" tape loops to, who selected 16 for use on the song. Each loop was about six seconds lon ...
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe... a tiny town it was regarded as one of its capitals. In the summer of 1772,was at the Reichskammergericht as a trainee. His novel The Sorrows of Youn ...
Alfred North Whitehead... daism). The need for a modified view of omnipotence was also articulated byin the early 20th century and expanded upon by the aforementioned philosop ...
Winston Churchill... ndmother, heard of this suggestion, she informed the British Prime Minister, who himself later advised the Queen to issue a royal proclamation declar ...
Khalid al-Mihdhar... o and Arizona after living in or visiting Abdussattar Shaikh's house, wherealso stayed. This mosque had recently in January 2001 hired the same imam ...
Philip Hardwick... close to Tower Bridge in central London, where he worked with the architect, the Gloucester and Berkeley Ship Canal (today known as the Gloucester an ...
Arthur Compton... eaction was achieved, a coded phone call was made by one of the physicists,, to James Conant, chairman of the National Defense Research Committee. Th ...
Max Planck... Eugenio Montale, Cesare Pavese, Johan Huizinga, and Pisacane, and works by, Werner Heisenberg, and Albert Einstein on physics. Disdainful of Turin s ...
Maxwell's... de did much to develop and advocate vector methods and the vector calculus.formulation of electromagnetism consisted of 20 equations in 20 variables. ...
Eleanor of Aquitaine... ed her immediately moved inside. She was finally placed beside Henry II and. Afterwards, most of her many Lusignan children, having few prospects in ...
William Hogarth... pprentices being given the day off for them. One such event was depicted byin his satirical print, The Idle 'Prentice Executed at Tyburn (1747)
Prince Charles... celebrated the tenth anniversary of its magazine supplement at the pyramid.of Britain surveyed the new site with curiosity, and declared it "marvelou ...
James Cook... y, based on the true story of an 11-year-old boy who stowed away on Captain's ship Endeavour in 1768
Frenchie Davis... 8 and lasting until at least May 2009, season two American Idol contestants, Trenyce Cobbins and winner Ruben Studdard starred in the 30th anniversa ...
Ozzy Osbourne... 08 Whitesnake played at the Rock2Wgtn two day festival, which also featured, Kiss, Poison, Alice Cooper and Lordi, with special effects by the Academ ...
Kunigunde of AustriaThe marriage of his daughterto Albert IV, Duke of Bavaria, was another result of intrigues and decepti ...
Charles II of England... stocrats. Eventually the bones were gathered up and placed in an urn, whichordered interred in Westminster Abbey in the wall of the Henry VII Lady Ch ...
Henry V of EnglandDuring the Hundred Years' War, on 19 January 1419, Rouen surrendered to, who annexed Normandy once again to the Plantagenet domains. But Rouen di ...
Lord Macartney... Albert Hime, from Kilcoole in County Wicklow. Irish Cape Governors included, Lord Caledon and Sir John Francis Cradock. Irish settlers were brought i ...
Eero Saarinen... el's World Fair and Yale University's hockey stadium, which was designed by(both structures completed in 1958). The roof of the Philips pavilion was ...
William Hosking... iding lines" and a unique nondenominational chapel (see the architecture of)
King George V... ed in the town – and it was used as a troop staging area. In September 1915and Queen Mary visited. After the war the Great Western Railway launched a ...
Norman Davies... a was the largest resistance movement in Nazi-occupied Europe. For example,wrote "Armia Krajowa (Home Army), the AK, which could fairly claim to be t ...
John Lennon... Revolver. Credited as a Lennon–McCartney song, it was written primarily by. The track included looped tape effects. For the track Paul McCartney sup ...
Zora Neale Hurston... g the first blacks in the U. S. Signal Corps. Among its faculty members was; a historic marker is placed at the house where she lived while teaching ...
Tommy Lee... mmers have been influenced by Keith Moon, including Dave Grohl, Neil Peart,, Peter Criss, and Brad Wilk
The Prince of Wales... do on the city's southwestern end that hold annual polo and special events.and Sarah, Duchess of York were seen in the polo clubs
Walter Scott... rslie, by Blind Harry. Wallace is also the subject of literary works by Sirand Jane Porter and of the Academy Award winning epic film Braveheart
John Wesley... he early 13th century, but little remains from that period. John Bunyan andboth preached in the church. In 1865–1868 the tower and spire were complet ...
Charles II of England... Fundamental Orders, Connecticut was granted governmental authority by Kingthrough the Connecticut Charter of 1662
Paul McCartney... arily by John Lennon. The track included looped tape effects. For the tracksupplied a bag of ¼-inch audio tape loops he had made at home after listen ...
Clinton... Chen Li-an and Lin Yang-kang. The aggressive tactic prompted U.S. Presidentto invoke the Taiwan Relations Act and dispatch two aircraft carrier battl ...
David Starkey... er since the release of Antonia Fraser The Wives of Henry VIII in 1994, and's 2004 book on the six wives, Catherine's first husband has been identifi ...
Isambard Kingdom Brunel... l Revolution. Marc Isambard Brunel, the father of famed Portsmouth engineer, established in 1802 the world's first mass production line at the Portsm ...
J. R. R. Tolkien... his characters, for example the song "Namarie" in The Lord of the Rings by, which Tolkien attributes to the character Galadriel
Charles DarwinIn 1848, Broca founded a society of free-thinkers, sympathetic to's theories. Broca was rather inspired with the whole idea of evolution. H ...
Karl Marxfound it aggravating that the Communards "lost precious moments" organisin ...
Ted Kennedy... trict, and is currently represented by Bill Keating. Following the death of, the state's senior (Class I) member of the United States Senate is John ...
Myleene Klass... ong "Streets of London". The interview was filmed in Paris and conducted by
Kofi Annan... States Secretary of State Colin Powell and United Nations Secretary-Generalas top world leaders
Malcolm McLaren... nsion between Matlock and Rotten, which Matlock suggests was exacerbated by's attempts to pit the two men against each other. Matlock was replaced by ...
Benjamin FranklinContrary to popular legend, there is no evidence thatever supported the Wild Turkey, rather than the Bald Eagle, as a symbol of ...
Roger Penrose... no singularities appear in generic solutions. However, in the late sixtiesand Stephen Hawking used global techniques to prove that singularities are ...
Jose Canseco... n three consecutive pennants and the 1989 World Series behind Mark McGwire,and Dennis Eckersley. In more recent years, the A's have often been playof ...
Harold Wilson... ung parliaments. The first followed the February 1974 general election whenwas appointed Prime Minister after Edward Heath resigned the post followin ...
J. L. Lagrange... for examination at Toulouse, he astounded his examiner by his knowledge of
Sam ShepardIn the 2011 movie Blackthorn,plays an elderly Butch Cassidy who has survived the Sundance Kid and elude ...
Brian AldissMost of Wyndham's novels have a contemporary 1950s English setting., another British science fiction writer, has disparagingly labelled some ...
Bill Clinton... ty came to also support environmentalism. For example, Democratic Presidentdid not send the Kyoto Protocol to the U.S. Senate for ratification, as he ...
Richard Monckton Milnes, 1st Baron Houghton... ffluent young English women. Nightingale was courted by politician and poet, but she rejected him, convinced that marriage would interfere with her a ...
Pope Benedict XVIAmong its notable alumni and faculty are, Heinrich Heine, Heinrich Hertz, Friedrich Hirzebruch, Friedrich Nietzsch ...
Noam Chomsky... twentieth century scholars and philosophers, including Jean-Paul Sartre and
Zenobia... rn provinces of the empire, the so-called "Palmyrene Empire" ruled by Queenfrom the city of Palmyra. Zenobia had carved out her own empire, encompass ...
King George II... of Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange, eldest daughter of British. However, under the British Act of Settlement, Prince Willem-Alexander fo ...
Viscount Melbourne... otorious Lady Caroline Lamb, lover of Lord Byron and wife of Prime Minister. The film was written and directed by Robert Bolt and starred his wife, S ...
Albert Einstein... add increased dimensionality, such as intentionality (used for x), people () and colloquial terminology more relevant to Internet search (i.e., blogg ...
Stephen Hawking... appear in generic solutions. However, in the late sixties Roger Penrose andused global techniques to prove that singularities are generic
Charles Boyle, 4th Earl of Orrery... en travelling on the Continent, through his freemasonry, through his cousin, through Bishop Atterbury, through Dr Drake (the Jacobite historian of Yo ...
Bertrand Russell... had a solid empirical basis for our modern concepts of atoms and molecules.states that they just hit on a lucky hypothesis, only recently confirmed b ...
Humphry Davy... , but instead must be prepared from its compounds; it was first isolated byin 1807 by the electrolysis of sodium hydroxide. Sodium is the sixth most ...
J. B. J. Delambre... ste Biot, to complete the meridian arc measurements which had been begun by, and interrupted since the death of P. F. A. Méchain in 1804). Arago and ...
Antonia Fraser... Baron Burgh in 1529, at the age of seventeen. However since the release ofThe Wives of Henry VIII in 1994, and David Starkey's 2004 book on the six ...
Alick IsaacsMeanwhile, the British virologistand the Swiss researcher Jean Lindenmann, at the National Institute for Me ...

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Clas Fleming... from the port of Gothenburg in late 1637. It was organized and overseen by, a Swedish Admiral from Finland. A Dutchman, Samuel Blommaert, assisted t ...
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Queen Elizabeth II of Canada... of principles that embody those rights. The Charter was signed into law byon April 17, 1982 (along with the rest of the Act)
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PlacidiaOlybrius married, younger daughter of Western Emperor Valentinian III and of his wife Lici ...
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Christian Wolff... ers who have written for theremin include Bohuslav Martinů, Percy Grainger,, Joseph Schillinger, Moritz Eggert, Iraida Yusupova, Jorge Antunes, Vladi ...
David Parry... n issued. An admired English language version was released in 1995 in whichled the Philharmonia Orchestra and a largely British cast. Since the late ...
Queen Elizabeth II... a number of significant modifications have been made. The head of state is, who is represented by the Governor-General and the head of government is ...
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Vyacheslav IvanovThe Russian poet and philosopherelaborated the theory of Dionysianism, which traces the roots of literary ...
Linnaean... features of both animals and plants, early taxonomists, working within thetwo-kingdom system of biological classification, found them difficult to c ...
John Toland... what they saw as nonsense. Here are two typical examples. The first is from's Christianity Not Mysterious
Paul Ehrlich... as sitting between that of Morgagni whose work Virchow studied, and that of, who studied at the Charité while Virchow was developing microscopic path ...
Robert StuartAmerican Fur Company partnerled a small group of men back east to report to Astor. The group planned t ...
Duke of Somerset... f her husband, including one from her old enemy, Charles Seymour, the sixth. Ultimately, she decided against remarriage, preferring to keep her indep ...
Eloi... tion had been completed. These steps can also be seen on the exterior of anpublic building in MGM's 1960 version of The Time Machine. John Brahm was ...
Zhuang... pulation); the Li (Hlai) (14.7% of the population); the Miao (0.7%) and the(0.6%). The Li are the largest indigenous group on the island in terms of ...
Steve Reeves... uented the local movie theaters to see bodybuilding idols such as Reg Park,and Johnny Weissmuller on the big screen. "I was inspired by individuals l ...
Angela StonePornographic actressis also known for female ejaculation, stating "I really didn’t know I coul ...
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Richard Cumberland... eterborough, and himself later a bishop of the Church of Ireland. Their sondeveloped as a prolific dramatist, while earning his living as a civil ser ...
Jimmy James... oosely inspired by the song "A Man Like Me" by the 1960s British soul groupand the Vagabonds
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Bob Boyer... ial government site, at Albert Street near 23rd Avenue. Donald M. Kendrick,and Joe Fafard, now with significant international reputations, have been ...
Greg Anderson... ld account for his declining health in the past few years). Bonds said thatgave him a rubbing balm and a liquid substance which others speculated as ...
Thatcherism... from the party. As of the late 2000s, the party has also been influenced by, particularly with Siv Jensen becoming party leader
Frederick TaylorThe modern history of workflows can be traced toand H. Gantt. Rudolf Laban and Warren Lamb contributed to this in England. ...
David Sharp... , this is considered difficult and dangerous (as illustrated by the case of). Many climbers hire "full service" guide companies, which provide a wide ...
Miss You... in response to the September 11 attacks, to sing "Salt of the Earth" and ""
Arnold Toynbee... e whole of civil society". Credit for popularising the term may be given to, whose lectures given in 1881 gave a detailed account of it
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Emperor Wu... of the Great Wall for additional goods. In a court conference assembled by(r. 141–87 BCE) in 135 BCE, the majority consensus of the ministers was to ...
James Lowther# Lady Mary Stuart (c. 1741 – 5 April 1824), who married, later the 1st Earl of Lonsdale, on 7 September 1761
Tom Wolfe... history in works such as The Confessions of Nat Turner and Sophie's Choice.has occasionally dealt with his southern heritage in bestsellers like I Am ...
Bobby Brown... l Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator under President Obama; from sports:, former New York Yankees third baseman and former president of the Americ ...
John Leland... n's Tale or another ploughman text and thought it was Piers Plowman. (E.g.,, William Prynne, possibly John Milton, and John Dryden.) Given the diffus ...
Lord CranborneThe line "History teaches; never trust a Cecil!" was quoted with regard to, a contemporary member of the Cecil family who, in 1998, was dismissed fr ...
Baldwin II... Alexios Strategopoulos captured Constantinople from its last Latin Emperor,. Michael VIII entered the city on 15 August and had himself crowned toget ...
William Murdoch... er system in modern times, which was designed and installed by the engineer. Leamington became a popular spa resort attracting the wealthy and famous ...
William Wollaston... riety of beliefs about the soul. Some, such as Lord Herbert of Cherbury and, held that souls exist, survive death, and in the afterlife are rewarded ...
Dixit... the 2010 award were released on 31 May 2010. The five games nominated were:was announced as the winner on June 28, 2010
Earl of Strafford... n of the term to a remark made by Queen Henrietta Maria at the trial of theearlier that year; referring to John Pym, she asked who the roundheaded ma ...
EdwardianThe Gorleston Pavilion (Gorleston) is an originalbuilding with a seating capacity of 300, situated on the Norfolk coast. Th ...
Earl of Winchilsea... who was elected despite not being legally allowed to sit in Parliament. Theaccused the Duke of, "an insidious design for the infringement of our libe ...
William McDougall... fearful when the Canadian government appointed the notoriously anti-Frenchas the Lieutenant Governor of the Northwest Territories on September 28, 1 ...
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John Kline... ington is located in Minnesota's 2nd congressional district, represented by, a Republican, scoring 2.8% progressive on a range of issues and 88% cons ...
Shirley Jackson... or an Emmy Award.) She wrote the teleplay and directed a 1982 production of's story Come Along with Me, for which husband Newman provided the voice o ...
Hans Meyer... during his first attempt to climb Kilimanjaro, the German geology professorreached the base of Kibo, but was forced to turn back, not having the equi ...
Tsarevna... godparents were the Prince and Princess of Wales, the Russian Tsarevich and, HRH Princess Beatrice of the United Kingdom, the Duchess of Cambridge, a ...
James Fenton... With Scullin temporarily absent in London, Lyons and acting Prime Ministerclashed with the Labor Cabinet and Caucus over economic policy, and grappl ...
Shirley JacksonSome notable writers whose works were used in the collection include(Strangers in Town, The Lottery), T.H. White (The Once and Future King), R ...
Nancy Cartwright... aracter and bully from the animated TV series The Simpsons. He is voiced by. Nelson was introduced in Season 1's "Bart the General" as a bully but la ...
Chris Smith... pple". He collaborated with other composers including Albert Von Tilzer and
George Hammond... on 8, O'Neill is chosen as the Commanding Officer of Stargate Command after's promotion to the Department of Homeworld Security. At the start of seas ...
William Rose... rginia. The film was produced and directed by Stanley Kramer and written by. The movie's Oscar-nominated score was composed by Frank DeVol
Edwardian... ty centre, dates from this period. The local architect of the Victorian andperiods who has continued to command most critical respect was George Skip ...
Frederick Taylor... and hamper movement of reinforcements from other fronts". British historianmentions a further memo sent to the Chiefs of Staff Committee by Sir Dougl ...
Mendelssohn... red tastes running "toward Glinka, Schumann and Beethoven's late quartets".was not thought of highly, Mozart and Haydn "were considered out of date a ...
Robert Moses... tional CWA budget for work relief. LaGuardia then collaborated closely with, with support from the governor, Democrat Herbert Lehman, to upgrade the ...
Cornelius Jansen... er writers, such as Martin Luther (1483-1546), John Calvin (1509-1564), and(1585-1638) reacted in different ways against Pelagianism, and evaluations ...
Robert Mason... main helicopter used by the U.S. Cavalry in the Battle of Ia Drang. Authorrecounts his career as a UH-1 "Slick" pilot in his memoir, Chickenhawk
Secretary of State for Transport... rt Secretary Ruth Kelly during the Labour Party Conference, Hoon became theon 3 October 2008. His old post of Labour Chief Whip was given to Nick Bro ...
Harold KushnerThe most popular works espousing this point are from(in Judaism). The need for a modified view of omnipotence was also articul ...
John Rich... ork, The Beggar's Opera, a Ballad opera produced on the January 29, 1728 by, in which Sir Robert Walpole was caricatured. This famous piece, which wa ...
William PulteneyIn 1787, through his wealthy patron, he became Surveyor of Public Works in Shropshire. Civil engineering was ...
Boris Godunov... generally performed, Rimsky-Korsakov's other revisions, like his version of, have been replaced by Mussorgsky's original
Bill Morrison... ing "Why Should the Devil Have all the Good Music?" was drawn and signed by, the illustrator of the Simpsons comic books, to raise funds for Norman's ...
Queen Elizabeth... ." The period featured various but often disjointed efforts by the court ofto develop a naval and merchant fleet capable of challenging the Spanish s ...
Louis Wright... as led by defensive backs Billy Thompson (who recorded 5 interceptions) and(who had 3 interceptions)
David Reynolds... oxburgh and Maggie Kirkpatrick, actor/writer Noel Hodda, V8 Supercar driver, and Australian rules footballer Brett Kirk. The actor Matt Holmes most n ...
Mabon... the prototype of Morgan le Fay from Arthurian legend. She was the mother of, who bears her name as "Mabon ap Modron" ("Mabon, Son of Modron") and who ...
WABC... w York and its sister television station took on the abandoned call-lettersand WABC-TV. (Westinghouse later reclaimed the WJZ callsign when it acquir ...
Richard Burton... return plane journey had a chance encounter with actor and fellow passenger, who had purchased all the seats around him for solitude. Burton agreed t ...
John Stuart... granted in 1770 and incorporated in 1795. Originally named Stuart after Sir, it was incorporated as Stewartstown after the Revolutionary War, followi ...
Harry Ward... mmunists who wanted to distance the ACLU from communism; opposing them were, Corliss Lamont and Elizabeth Flynn who rejected any political test for A ...
Thomas Cook... tion grew by 45.4% between 1971 and 1991. New service-sector companies likeand Pearl Assurance were attracted to the city, ending the dominance of th ...
John Dean... b Stuart Magruder, Attorney General John Mitchell, and Presidential Counsel, that involved extensive illegal activities against the Democratic Party. ...
Charles Calvert... ulation was 146,551. Its county seat is La Plata. This county was named for(1637–1715), third Baron Baltimore
John Maclean... Scotland, Connolly's thinking was hugely influential for socialists such as, who would similarly combine his leftist thinking with nationalist ideas ...
Lanham... census. For the 2010 census, the area was delineated as two separate CDPs,and Seabrook
Geneva... o recognize permanent Swiss neutrality. At this time, Valais, Neuchatel andalso joined Switzerland as new cantons, thereby extending Swiss territory ...
Duke of Devonshire... am Cavendish died in 1764, leaving the property to his son William, the 5th
Lord Simon... D were Fenner Brockway, E. P. Thompson, A. J. P. Taylor, Anthony Greenwood,, D. H. Pennington, Eric Baker and Dora Russell. Organisations that had pr ...
Victor Amadeus... ty of The Hague, Charles swapped Sardinia, which went to the Duke of Savoy,, for Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean, which was more diff ...
Lord Melbourne... gs. In 1834 James Frampton, a local landowner, wrote to the Prime Minister,, to complain about the union, invoking an obscure law from 1797 prohibiti ...
Edward Barry... permanent exhibition: Crystal Palace High Level (an impressive building by), from which a subway under the Parade led directly to the entrance, and ...
Marxists... rch 28) to May 28, 1871. It existed before the split between anarchists andhad taken place, and it is hailed by both groups as the first assumption o ...
The Duke of York... urgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry of Wales and
the KingIn April 1772, a paper signed "near Dorchester," was addressed to(the newspapers taking notice of His Majesty's desire to see the price of ...
Thomas Cook... hams Travel, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Claire's, Grainger Games, Post Office,, Thomson, Burton, Holland & Barrett, Dorothy Perkins, Blockbuster, WHSmit ...
HeidiIn 1880 Johanna Spyri (1827–1901) published(1880) in Switzerland. The subtitle declared that it is a book "for childr ...
Boris Godunov... sky in the staging of their historical operas, The Maid of Pskov (1873) and(1874). This period also marks the creation of two new characters, the des ...
GenevaNeighboring cities would include Batavia,, and St. Charles (referred to, as a group, as the Tri-Cities). Aurora, El ...
President Johnson... ski notes: “It was significant that, in contrast to his secretary of state,fully accepted the Israeli version of the tragic incident.” He notes that ...
John Dickinson... Virginia presiding, and resumed debate on Lee's resolution of independence.made one last effort to delay the decision, arguing that Congress should n ...
Duke of Cumberland... ich was camping in a field not one hundred yards distant. A rumour that thewas approaching, made Bonnie Prince Charlie decide to leave with his army, ...
Selig... 918. Kleine's new combine, V-L-S-E, was an amalgam of the Vitagraph, Lubin,, and Essanay companies. Only the Vitagraph brand name continued into the ...
George Frederick... ned as Albert Frederick became increasingly feeble-minded, leading Margraveof Brandenburg-Ansbach to become Regent of Prussia in 1577
Empress AnnaWith the death of her father and the later accession of the, no royal court or noble house in Europe could allow a son to pay court t ...
Tom Wolfe... mination had, in fact, been made long before the movie was filmed, and even's book only states that this possibility was considered, not that it was ...
Pickering#York,, Whitby, New Malton, Sherburn, Scarboroug
John Leland... ). His contribution to Holinshed's work drew heavily on the earlier work of
Martin Goodman... g Fantasy, Creator Stan Lee devised the series title after Marvel publisherturned down the initial name, "The Mutants", stating that readers would no ...
Nancy Cartwright... roening named Nelson after the wrestling hold of the same name. Cast membervoices the character, which first appeared in the fifth episode of the fir ...
billDuring his time in the Union parliament, Cartier introduced ain 1852 for the creation of the Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada. In ...
Michael McKean... llar Celebrity Invitational, winning $250,000 for the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.won the tournament, while Cheech Marin came in third
Colin Wilson... , dividing many existentialists such as de Beauvoir, who sided with Sartre., an English writer, published his study The Outsider in 1956, initially t ...
Earl of Strafford... o Governor Benning Wentworth of New Hampshire. The town was named after the
WISH-TV... television affiliates include ABC affiliate WRTV (channel 6), CBS affiliate(channel 8), NBC affiliate WTHR (channel 13), Fox affiliate WXIN (channel ...
George SimpsonSirthen instructed Alexander Ross to organize and lead a party of Red River C ...
Edward Chapman... arely competent and in a junior position to a straight man, often played by(as Mr Grimsdale) or Jerry Desmonde. They benefited from Wisdom's capacity ...
George PearceFisher passed this report on to Hughes and to Defence Minister, ultimately leading to the evacuation of the Australian troops in Decembe ...
Mommsen... that Catiline had supported the party of Sulla, which Sallust had opposed.)'s suggestion—that Sallust particularly wished to clear his patron (Caesar ...
Geneva... e in 2008; the rate is generally higher in urban cantons such as Zurich andthan in the rural ones. Swiss citizens living abroad are generally exempte ...
Thomas Moran... in 1866. Major late-19th-century American exponents of the medium included, Thomas Eakins, John LaFarge, John Singer Sargent, Childe Hassam, and, pr ...
Jill Thompson... e illustrated by William Stout, Mike Mignola, Terri Windling, Bryan Talbot,, Paul Chadwick, P. Craig Russell, Mark Crilley, Elizabeth Johns, Michael ...
Daniel Hall... s only one aspect of Dream of the Endless. After his death, the human childis transfigured into a new aspect of Dream, physically resembling Morpheus ...
The Prince... er of capitalism and of the nation-state. Drawing on Niccolò Machiavelli in, and trying to understand why there had been no Communist revolution in W ...
Albert Coates... ad close ties include Sir John Barbirolli, Bruno Walter, Leopold Stokowski,, Fritz Reiner, and Erich Leinsdorf; more recently, others have included K ...
seigneurial system... shing through legislative reform that effectively abolished the semi-feudalof land ownership in Lower Canada, turning its legislative council into an ...
Philip Dunne... arring Rex Harrison, Peggy Cummins, William Hartnell. The screenplay was by
Richard Henderson... niel Boone had formed an association with North Carolina promoter and judgewith a goal to purchase and settle a vast tract of Cherokee lands in prese ...
Brian Hodgson... began to attract some significant young talent including Delia Derbyshire,and John Baker, who was in fact a jazz pianist with an interest in reverse ...
Jane ShoreEdward had numerous mistresses. The best known was Elizabeth Shore, called
Thatcherism... "Pills and Soap", an attack on the changes in British society brought on by, released to coincide with the run-up to the 1983 UK general election. Pu ...
WSFA radio... lls on Maxwell. Miller also appeared on both WAPI (Birmingham, Alabama) and(Montgomery), promoting the activities of civil service women aircraft mec ...
Richard BurtonHe was a close friend of actor, whom he met at Oxford University
Philip NormanIn the words of British dramatist and novelist, "the only point concerning Mick Jagger's influence over 'young people' t ...
consort... ly son of Tsarevich Alexei Petrovich, son of Peter I of Russia by his firstEudoxia Lopukhina, and Princess Charlotte
Chris Wallace... and Marvin Kalb (as co-moderators) followed Monroe for a year, followed byin 1987 and 1988, and Garrick Utley from 1989 through December 1, 1991
Linda SmithIn 1998 she won reelection against Representative, 58 percent to 42 percent
Jeanne of NavarreAt the request of, the queen, he began work on the Histoire de Saint Louis, which he comple ...
Secretary of State for Transport... government departments had reached £4 million. In 2001, Stephen Byers, then, was forced to resign because of the actions of his special adviser Jo Mo ...
George Jessel... Sisters" for many years, performed in Chicago at the Oriental Theater with. He encouraged the group to choose a more appealing name after "Gumm" was ...
Paul Ehrlich... idered one of the founders of microbiology, inspiring such major figures asand Gerhard Domagk
Placidia... icated in 649. In response, Paul destroyed the Roman altar in the palace ofand exiled or imprisoned the papal nuncios. But he also sought to end the ...
Charles Grey... s by a large margin. Sensing a breakthrough that had been long anticipated,moved for a second reading in the Commons on 23 February 1807. As tributes ...
Richard Hatch... eturned to reprise their roles. Several new characters were introduced, and, who played Captain Apollo in the 1970s Battlestar Galactica TV series, a ...
Prince HenryPrussia (through the agency of), Russia (under Catherine), and Austria (under Maria Theresa) began prepa ...
Catherine of Valois... lowing the victory at Agincourt, Henry attempts to woo the French princess,. This is difficult because he does not speak French well and she does not ...
Jeanne of Navarre, wife of Philip IV of France (and granddaughter of Count Theobald IV), as ...
Adelaide... sister cities of Austin, Texas, designated by Sister Cities International.*, Australia – since 1983* Angers, France – since 2011* Koblenz, Germany – ...
Quandt... cess of negotiations between the parties is an essential component of this.considers, “It was a brilliant performance, one of his most impressive.” O ...
Princess MargaretIn the early 1950s, his sister-in-law,, considered marrying a divorced older man, Peter Townsend. The press accu ...
John ButterfieldIn 1861, who since 1858 had been using the Butterfield Overland Mail, also switch ...
Edward Stillingfleet... appointed to be the headmaster of Spalding Grammar School before he was 21., dean of St Paul's, hired Bentley as tutor to his son, which enabled the ...
Emperor Xuan... ), and Emperor Yuan of Liang, as well as the later Western Liang emperors (, Emperor Ming, and Emperor Jing), also set their capital at Jiangling, an ...
Howard Johnson... and the Fifth Avenue Pavilion (previously home to one of the last remainingrestaurants). The year 2007 has also seen the purchase of the historic Ber ...
Geneva... Elburn to Chicago on the Union Pacific/West Line. This new station replacedas the western end-of-line making Elburn one of Chicago's farthest western ...
Prince John... rtook its expansion while preparing for war with Richard's younger brother,, who in Richard's absence arrived in England to try to seize power. As Lo ...
William Windham... 3 March 1787; other guests included Charles Middleton, Sir Joshua Reynolds,, MP, James Boswell and Isaac Hawkins Browne, MP. By the end of the evenin ...
4th Duke... t creation of the Dukedom of Norfolk had become extinct on the death of thein 1476, and the second creation had been invalidated by the illegitimisat ...
Chardin... mature works have an opaque and powdery texture which is often compared to
Kerensky... , until they were moved to Tobolsk in Siberia in August 1917, a step by thegovernment designed to remove them from the capital and possible harm. Fro ...
George I... ar later replaced by Prince Wilhelm (William) of Denmark, who took the nameand brought with him the Ionian Islands as a coronation gift from Britain. ...
Bishop of Peterborough... ich covers the remainder of Cambridgeshire and western Norfolk. The currenthas been appointed Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Ely, with pastoral c ...
Lord Chancellor... the positions of Chief Justiciar of England, Archbishop of Canterbury, and. As chancellor, Walter began the keeping of the Charter Roll, a record of ...
Boris Godunov... of ideas and plans. Mussorgsky composed and orchestrated the Polish act ofand the folk scene 'Near Kromy.' I orchestrated and finished my Maid of Ps ...
John Abbott(1821–1893) was Prime Minister of Canada, 1891–1892
David Manning... d glowing comments from a film reviewer who did not exist. The fake critic,, was created by a Columbia employee who worked in the advertising departm ...
Henry Moseley... implies that it must be placed before the reactive alkali metal potassium.later solved this problem by showing that the periodic table is actually a ...

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Joseph Hall... the burning of certain volumes of satire by John Marston, Thomas Middleton,, and others; it also required histories and plays to be specially approve ...
George Martin... iously. Therefore, at 10:00 am on Monday, 11 February 1963, The Beatles andstarted recording what was essentially their live act in 1963, and finishe ...
Organa... This Special Edition with the Hollywood Ten film is still available throughat organa.com. In 2004, a budget edition DVD was released by Alpha Video. ...
Gainsborough... eman painted by the master-portraitists of the European courts for example,, Goya and Reynolds, there are the sometimes affectionate and sometimes sa ...
KTVT... . It is home to Squaw Creek golf course, located just off Ranch House Road., Channel 11 in Fort Worth operates a 1 million watt doppler radar in Will ...
Geneva... ith his family and present the case of Ethiopia to the League of Nations at. The decision was not unanimous and several participants, including the n ...
White... quent history of the concept can be followed in the works of Darlington and
Duke of Wellington... l part of the castle's defences, so in 1830 the Constable of the Tower, the, ordered a large-scale clearance of several feet of silt. However this di ...
Thatcher... the system has been through phases of evolutionary change. The Conservativeadministrations attempted to bring competition into the NHS by developing ...
John of Lancaster... Duke Humphrey of Gloucester, at Greenwich in the 1430s, as well by his son,at Fulbrook. The Pleasance was eventually dismantled by Henry VIII and par ...
Prince Albert... arre performed a large scale concert in Monaco to celebrate the marriage ofand his bride Charlene. During the last [quarter] of 2011 he concluded his ...
Bartlett... t the time the Cambridge University Senate were wary of his appointment. Aswrites: "how many times have I heard Rivers, spectacles waving in the air, ...
John Hunter... on . In 1770 Jenner became apprenticed in surgery and anatomy under surgeonand others at
Marc... nt Asphalte Company (with a distinguished list of aristocratic patrons, andand Isambard Brunel as, respectively, a trustee and consulting engineer), ...
Prince of Wales... est man in England" and, according to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, thesaid that he would go anywhere to hear Wilberforce sing. Wilberforce used ...
John Wilkins... y Basil and Chrysostom. The result of this reading, and of the influence of, Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, was seen in the general tone of hi ...
Pierre-Simon Laplace’s... and challenged traditional ideas about how the physical world worked. Whilework on celestial mechanics solidified a deterministically mechanistic vie ...
Barry WilliamsMike Brady (Robert Reed), widowed architect with sons Greg (), Peter (Christopher Knight) and Bobby (Mike Lookinland), marries Carol A ...
Caroline... eted in 1717 to the design of John Vanbrugh. Under George II and his Queen,, further refurbishment took place, with the architect William Kent employ ...
William Clegg... ainst Chesterfield. The match was kicked off by the Lord Mayor of Sheffield, himself a former Wednesday player. It was a Chesterfield player, Herbert ...
Eleonore Magdalena of the Palatinate-Neuburg... (1683–1754), daughter of Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor and his third wife,, thus strengthening the alliance with Austria
Gray... ecies of Dugong by Lacépède and further classified within its own family byand subfamily by
WRBJ... tation, WSJC on 810 kHz. WKXI, a 100,000 Watt FM radio station on 107.5 and, a television station operating on channel 34, are also legally licensed ...
William Smith... father (Florence's maternal grandfather) was the abolitionist and Unitarian. (For family trees, see .
St. Gallen... rn, finishing in 1920. He then worked as a lawyer in his father's office in
Francis Spellman... s father insisted the wedding not be put off. They were married by Cardinalon November 29, 1958, at St. Joseph's Church in Bronxville, New York. They ...
Leopold I... , Ferdinand was a grandnephew of Ernest I, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha and of, first king of the Belgians. His father Augustus was a brother of Ferdina ...
Albert, the Prince Consort... cess Alice of the United Kingdom, the second daughter of Queen Victoria and
Alex Ross... upporting and complementing Salonen's artistic vision. One example cited by
Tom Green... wie Mandell, Rich Little, Norm Macdonald, Harland Williams, Shaun Majumder,, Jeremy Hotz, Angelo Tsarouchas, Dave Foley, Jon Dore, Jay Sankey and Bre ...
Canterbury... and settled various matters of dispute between the Archbishops of York and. He also reversed the decision of his predecessor Pope Adrian I, in regar ...
Vic Reeves... al cats, before moving to France in January 2003. They sold the property to, shortly after Baker had worked with him on Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased). ...
Princess Royal... e of this is the adjective "naff" to denote bad or shoddy, even used by the(as a verb) in a clash with the press some years later. They were able to ...
Young... origins of animal movement and perception. Vision interested the physicistsand Helmholtz, who also studied optics, hearing and music. Newton extended ...
Friedrich OstwaldIn 1894,concluded important studi