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Charles Pierce

Charles Pierce may refer to: Charles B. Pierce 1938–2010, American film director Charles Wilson Pierce 1823–1907, U.S. Representative from Alabama Charles H. Pierce 1875–1944, Philippine–American War Medal of Honor recipient Charlie Pierce Charle ...

Dr Brown

Dr Brown, Doctor Brown or Doc Brown may refer to: Edwin J. Brown, also known as "Doc Brown", mayor of Seattle from 1922 to 1926. Dr. Browns, a soft drink Doctor Brown, a song by J. T. Brown and Buster Brown, later covered by Fleetwood Mac on Mr. ...

Rubi

Rubi American TV series, a 2020 American television remake Rubi cartoon, a cartoon created by the Mexican writer Yolanda Vargas Dulche Ruby 2012 TV series, a 2012 Arab television remake Rubi 2004 TV series, a 2004 Mexican remake of the original 1 ...

Hogei

Hogei may refer to: Kyokuyo Hogei Kaisha Whaling Company, one of the biggest Japanese whaling company Kyodo Hogei, the former name of Kyodo Senpaku, a whaling department of Japanese fisheries twenty in Basque language Valea Hogei, a village in Li ...

Thomas Barker

Thomas Barker may refer to: Thomas Barker Australian politician 1799–1875, Australian politician in New South Wales Thomas Barker painter 1769–1847, British painter of landscape and rural life Thomas Barker meteorologist 1722–1809, weather observ ...

Philip Davis

Philip Davis or Phil Davis may refer to: Philip Davis Australian politician born 1952 Percy Davis Kent cricketer 1922–2018, who was known as Philip Davis in later life Phil Davis fighter born 1984, American mixed martial artist and former collegi ...

Peter Turner

Peter Turner may refer to: Peter Turner Australian footballer born 1974, Australian rules footballer Peter Turner rugby league, New Zealand rugby league international Pete Turner, musician in the British alternative rock band Elbow Peter H. Turne ...

Thomas Baxter

Thomas or Tom Baxter may refer to: Tom Baxter Australian footballer 1884–1959, Australian footballer Tom Baxter born 1973, English singer Tom Baxter footballer, born 1903 1903–1987, English footballer who played for Wolverhampton Wanderers and Po ...

William Jack

William Jack is the name of: William Jack botanist 1795–1822, of Scotland William Jack athlete born 1930, British Olympic sprinter William Jack Australian politician 1892–1982 William Jack U.S. politician 1788–1852, member of the U.S. House of Re ...

Charles Wells

Charles Wells Ltd, founded 1876, the Charles Wells Family Brewery Wells & Youngs Brewery, formed 2006, the brewing operation of Charles Wells Ltd and Youngs

James Milne

James or Jimmy Milne may refer to: James Milne sport shooter died 1958, British sports shooter Jimmy Milne trade unionist 1921–1986, STUC General Secretary James M. Milne 1850–1903, principal of the State University of New York at Oneonta James M ...

Carmichael

Carmichael number, a special kind of number in number theory named for mathematician Robert Carmichael Clan Carmichael, Scottish clan Carmichael, California, United States Carmichael, South Lanarkshire, a village in Scotland Carmichael coal mine, ...

Gallai

Gallai may refer to: Tibor Gallai, 1912-1992, a Hungarian mathematician Gallai can also be used as a girl name in Pushto language. Pushto language is mainly spoken in Afghanistan and Pushtoonistan northern parts of Pakistan Gallai, Pakistan Galla ...

Nathalie Wahl

Nathalie Wahl is a Belgian mathematician specializing in topology, including algebraic topology, homotopy theory, and geometric topology. She is a professor of mathematics at the University of Copenhagen, where she directs the Copenhagen Center f ...

Dimitri Leemans

Leemans obtained his Licence en Sciences Mathematiques at the Universite libre de Bruxelles in 1994 and his doctorate degree, under the supervision of Francis Buekenhout and Michel Dehon in 1998. He is currently Professor and Head of Department a ...

Paul Levy

Paul Levy may refer to: Paul Lherie Paul Levy, 1844–1937, French opera singer Paul F. Levy, former President and CEO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Paul Bern Paul Levy, 1889–1932, German-American film director, screenwriter and producer ...

Sapir (surname)

Sapir is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: J. David Sapir, his son, also an anthropologist and linguist Andre Sapir, Belgian economist Edward Sapir, American anthropologist and linguist Richard Sapir, American novelist Gal Sapir ...

Gelder

Gelder may refer to: The Dutch province of Gelderland. The Dutch family name Van Gelder. Along with Gelre, it may also refer to the duchy of Guelders; a historical county in what is now the eastern Netherlands including Gelderland

William Sheppard

William Sheppard may refer to: William Sheppard barrister died 1674, English legal writer William Sheppard trainer 1855–1932, racehorse trainer in South Australia W. Morgan Sheppard 1932–2019, William Morgan Sheppard, British actor, sometimes cre ...

Stanislas Ouaro

Stanislas Ouaro was born on 19 January 1975. He graduated with a doctors degree from University of Ouagadougou in 2001 with his thesis titled Etude de problemes elliptiques-paraboliques nonlineaires en une dimension despace. Before he joined gove ...

Benjamin Green

Ben Green composer born 1964, Israeli producer and songwriter Bennie Green 1923–1977, American jazz trombonist Benny Green saxophonist 1927–1998, English jazz saxophonist, broadcaster and cricket writer Ben G. C. Green born 1964, English heavy me ...

Alexander Anderson

Alexander Anderson poet 1845–1909, Scottish poet Alexander Caulfield Anderson 1814–1884, Canadian explorer and fur trader Alexander Anderson illustrator 1775–1870, American illustrator Alexander Anderson Royal Marines officer 1807–1877, British a ...

Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet? film, a 2005 American/Canadian family comedy film Are We There Yet? TV series, an American sitcom based on the film "Are We There Yet" Barney & Friends, an episode of Barney and Friends "Are We There Yet?" Yes, Dear, an episode ...

Carlos Moreno

Carlos Moreno may refer to: Carlos Moreno Gomez born 1992, Spanish footballer Carlos R. Moreno born 1948, U.S. jurist, ambassador to Belize Carlos Bernardo Moreno born 1967, Chilean track and field athlete Carlos Moreno de Caro born 1946, Colombi ...

Terras

Terras Bridge, Cornwall, a bridge in Cornwall, UK Terras de Bouro, a municipality in Portugal Terras Salgadas, a geographical feature in southeastern Cape Verde

Frank Adams (disambiguation)

Frank Adams was a British mathematician. Frank Adams may also refer to: Frank R. Adams 1883–1963, American author, screenwriter, composer, and newspaper reporter Frank Dawson Adams 1859–1942, geologist Frank Bluey Adams born 1935, Australian rule ...

Rond

Rond may refer to: Jean le Rond dAlembert 1717–1783, French mathematician, mechanician, physicist, philosopher, and music theorist De Wereld Rond, the fifth studio album by the Flemish band K3 Da Rond Stovall born 1973, former Major League Baseba ...

Berre

Berre-lEtang, a commune in the Bouches-du-Rhone department in southern France Berre, a river in the Drome department Etang de Berre, a lagoon on the Mediterranean coast of France Paros, called Berre during Turkish rule Berre-les-Alpes, a commune ...

Zahedi

Zahedi or Zahidi may refer to: Ardeshir Zahedi, Iranian foreign minister and ambassador Nasser Zahedi, German physician and artist from Iran A cultivar of the date palm Phoenix dactylifera Fazlollah Zahedi 1897–1963, Iranian general and prime min ...

Loki (disambiguation)

Loki Software, a software firm that ported several Windows computer games to Linux Loki computer, a home computer proposed within Sinclair Research but never developed Loki C++, a C++ software library developed by Andrei Alexandrescu that makes e ...

KAC

Kenitra Athletic Club, a football club in Kenitra, Morocco Kosciusko Alpine Club, an Australian ski club Korea Airports Corporation Knights Armament Company, US

Dorothy McCoy

Dorothy McCoy was an American mathematician and university professor. She was the first woman to earn a doctorate in mathematics from the University of Iowa, and she worked for many years as a professor of mathematics at Belhaven College and Wayl ...

Bony

Oscar Bony 1941–2002, artist Jean-Yves Bony born 1955, French politician Jean-Michel Bony born 1942, French mathematician Wilfried Bony born 1988, Ivorian footballer Jean-François Bony 1754-1825, French silk manufacturer Bony Pierre born 1991, Ha ...

Edward Francis

Edward Francis may refer to: Eddie Francis born 1974, Canadian politician Edward Francis, bacteriologist involved in the discovery of Francisella Edward Howel Francis 1924–2014, geologist Edward Francis priest 1929–2004, Archdeacon of Bromley Edw ...

Shiri

Shiri may refer to any of the following: Shiri fish, scientific name Coreoleuciscus splendidus Shiri Appleby, American actress Shiri film, a 1999 South Korean film which takes its name from the fish Shiri Artstein, Israeli mathematician Shiri, Ko ...

Ohm (disambiguation)

Rebecca Ohm, United States Air Force officer and fighter pilot German Ohm born 1936, Mexican boxer Georg Ohm 1789–1854, German physicist and namesake of the term ohm Martin Ohm 1792–1872, German mathematician Rune Ohm born 1980, Danish handball p ...

Risser

Risser is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: James C. Risser born 1946, American philosopher Eve Risser born 1982, French jazz musician Wilko Risser born 1982, Namibian-German football player Oliver Risser born 1980, Namibian fo ...

James Andrews

James Andrews may refer to: Jim Andrews, owner of Andrews McMeel Universal James Pettit Andrews 1737–1797, English historian and antiquary James Andrews physician born 1942, American surgeon, renowned practitioner of sports medicine James Andrews ...

Peter Scott (disambiguation)

Peter Manley Scott born 1961, British scholar and Samuel Ferguson Professor of Applied Theology at the University of Manchester Peter Scott field hockey born 1997, English field hockey player Peter Graham Scott 1923–2007, English film producer, d ...

Clàudia Valls

Clàudia Valls Angles is a mathematician and an expert in dynamical systems. She is an associate professor in the Instituto Superior Tecnico of the University of Lisbon in Portugal.

Zhang Wei

Zhang Wei footballer, born January 1993, Chinese footballer who plays for Nantong Zhiyun in the CSL Zhang Wei figure skater, Chinese ice dancer Zhang Wei badminton, born 1977, Chinese badminton player, winner of the 2000 Thailand Open Zhang Wei f ...

Vavrinec (disambiguation)

Vavrinec is a village and municipality Slovakia Vavrinec or Vaveinec may also refer to: Mirka Vavrinec, Swiss professional tennis player Vavrinec Dunajsky, Slovak sculptor. Svaty Vavrinec, a grape variety Vavrinec Benedikt z Nedozier, Slovak math ...

Steve Simpson

Steve Simpson may refer to: Steve Simpson wrestler born 1963, former wrestler in South Africa and the USA Steve Simpson baseball 1948–1989, Major League Baseball pitcher Stephen Simpson doctor 1793–1869, Australian pioneer Stephen Simpson writer ...

Laver

Laver is the surname of the following persons: Jack Laver 1917–2017, a Tasmanian cricketer Frank Laver 1869–1919, an Australian cricketer and baseball player Rod Laver *1938, an Australian professional tennis player Arthur Laver 1880–1965, a Sout ...

AEB

Autonomous Emergency Braking, a safety feature on automobiles Auto Exposure Bracketing, a feature on some cameras Analog Expansion Bus, a piece of computer hardware

Edward Alexander

Edward Alexander may refer to: Edward P. Alexander 1907–2003, museum administrator and author from Edmeston, New York Edward Bruce Alexander 1872–1955, British civil servant in Ceylon Edward Porter Alexander 1835–1910, mathematician, author, and ...

Richard Murray

Richard Murray may refer to: Richard Murray cricketer 1831–1861, Australian cricketer Richard Paget Murray 1842–1908, clergyman, botanist and lepidopterist Richard R. Murray born 1956, founder of Equity Schools Inc. Rich Murray born 1957, first b ...

John Hubbard

John Hubbard admiral 1849–1932, American naval officer John Hubbard, 1st Baron Addington 1805–1889, English financier John Hubbard Maine politician 1794–1869, American physician, educator and Democratic legislator John Hubbard, 3rd Baron Addingto ...

Arthur Mathews

Arthur Mathews may refer to: Arthur John Matthews 1860–1942, principal/president of Arizona State University, then known as the Tempe Normal School Arthur Kenneth Mathews 1906–1992, Dean of St Albans Arthur Matthews rugby league, New Zealand rugb ...

Clio (disambiguation)

Clio, a daughter of Nereus and Doris, a sea nymph See Clio mythology for mythological characters named Clio Clio, a daughter of Oceanus and Tethys, an Oceanid