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Bernard Cohen

Bernard Cohen may refer to: Bernard Cohen painter born 1933, British artist Bernard Cohen physicist 1924–2012, physicist at the University of Pittsburgh Bernard Cecil Cohen born 1926, former chancellor of University of Wisconsin, Madison Bernard ...

Ray Wilson

Ray Wilson may refer to: Ray Wilson Scottish footballer born 1947, Scottish football full-back West Bromwich Albion Ray Wilson English footballer 1934–2018, member of the England team that won the 1966 World Cup Ray Wilson American football born ...

Frank Allen

Frank Allen may refer to: Frank Allen baseball 1888–1933, baseball player Frank Shaver Allen 1860–1934, Joliet, Illinois-based architect Frank Maurice Allen 1906–2002, white hunter known as Bunny Allen Frank Allen playwright born 1954, Irish play ...

Brian Cox

Brian Cox director, American film director Brian Cox actor born 1946, Scottish actor Brian Cox physicist born 1968, English physicist, broadcaster and former keyboard player Bryan-Michael Cox born 1977, American songwriter and record producer

John Kerr

John Kerr broadcaster born 1942, Australian radio broadcaster John Kerr actor 1931–2013, American actor and lawyer John Kerr singer died 2006, Irish ballad singer John Kerr author 1950–2016, American author

William Simmons

William Simmons may refer to: William J. Simmons teacher 1849–1890, American ex-slave and college president William J. Simmons, see List of World War II aces from the United States William W. Simmons executive 1912–1997, American IBM executive Wi ...

Ivan Petrov

Ivan Petrov may refer to: Ivan Yefimovich Petrov 1896–1958, Soviet army general Ivan Atanassov Petrov born 1947, Bulgarian neurologist Ivan Georgiev Petrov born 1949, Bulgarian-American physicist, past president of American Vacuum Society Ivan Iv ...

Alfred Muller

Alfred Muller or Alfred Mueller may refer to: Alfred Muller-Armack 1901–1978, German economist and politician Alfred Muller swimmer born 1948, German Olympic swimmer Alfred Muller-Felsenburg, honored by the Alfred-Muller-Felsenburg-Preis literary ...

Mook

Mook Animation, a Japanese animation studio The Mooks, a gang in the City of Heroes MMORPG Mook gaming, often synonymous with "mob", but generally used to refer to enemies specifically opposed to the player Mook, a playable character race in the ...

Tony Scott (disambiguation)

Tony Scott rapper born 1971, Dutch rapper Tony Scott 1944–2012, British film director. A. O. Scott born 1966, American film critic Tony Scott musician 1921–2007, American jazz clarinetist

David Bates

David Bates may refer to: David Bates historian born 1945, British historian and writer David Bates swimmer born 1976, Australian open water swimmer David Bates American artist born 1952, American modernist artist David Bates footballer born 1996 ...

Matthew Davis (disambiguation)

Matthew Davis is an American actor. Matthew Davis may also refer to: Matt Davis Coronation Street, fictional character in the British soap opera Matthew Davis physicist, New Zealand/Australian physicist Matt Davis rugby league born 1996, British ...

Mick Brown

Mick Brown may refer to: Mick Brown journalist born 1950, British freelance journalist Mick Brown angler born 1946, British angler and television presenter Mick Brown British radio DJ who worked at Capital Radio, Play Radio UK. Currently at DAB s ...

Samuel Collins

Samuel or Samantha or Sam Collins may refer to: Samuel W. Collins 1802–1870, American axe manufacturer Samuel Collins physicist 1898–1984, physicist at MIT Samuel Collins artist 1735–1768, British artist Sam Collins footballer, born 1977, English ...

Ken Hill

Ken, Kenneth or Kenny Hill may refer to: Kenneth O. Hill born 1939, Canadian physicist Ken Hill motorcyclist born 1964, American motorcyclist Ken Hill botanist Kenneth D. Hill, 1948–2010, Australian botanist Kenneth Hill academic 1911–1973, Briti ...

Kenneth Young

Kenneth Young may refer to: Kenneth Young physicist born 1947, American physicist and professor of physics at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Kenneth Young New Zealand composer born 1955, New Zealand composer and conductor Kenneth Young born ...

Cargill (disambiguation)

Cargill Gilston Knott 1856-1922 Scottish physicist Cargill family, U.S. business family Cargill surname Cargill baronets, of Great Britain Cargill sept, a sept of the Scottish Clan Drummond Lord Drummond of Cargill

Fred Young

Fred Young may refer to: Fred E. Young 1919–2005, American biblical scholar Fred Young director 1900–1977, Chinese-Indonesian filmmaker Fred Young Ohio politician 1932–2006, member of the Ohio House of Representatives Fred Young Ontario politicia ...

John Dodd

John Dodd may refer to: John Dodd rugby union born 1985, New Zealand rugby union player John Dodd Reading MP 1717–1782, English Member of Parliament for Reading, 1741, and 1755–1782 John Dodd bow maker 1752–1839, English bow-maker John Dodd tea m ...

Norman Foster (disambiguation)

Norman or Norm Foster may refer to: Norman Foster director 1903–1976, American film director and actor Norman Foster rugby league 1907–1999, rugby league footballer of the 1930s for England, and Keighley Norm Foster politician 1921–2006, Australi ...

Irina Sorokina

Irina T. Sorokina is a Russian laser physicist. She works in Norway as a professor of physics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, and is the founder and CEO of spin-off company ATLA Lasers AS.

Ann-Cecilie Larsen

Ann-Cecilie Larsen is a Norwegian nuclear physicist and nuclear astrophysicist, whose research interests include reaction rates in the astrophysical creation of heavy elements. She is an associate professor of nuclear and energy physics at the Un ...

Ora Entin-Wohlman

Ora Entin-Wohlman is an Israeli condensed matter physicist. She is a professor emeritus at Tel Aviv University and a professor of physics at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

Gron

Gron may refer to the following places: Gron, a Swedish/Finnish surname including a list of persons with the name Edith Gron 1917–1990, Danish-born Nicaraguan sculptor Gron, Cher, a commune in the department of Cher, France Gron, Tatra County, a ...

Constructor

Constructor, an entity in Constructor theory, a theory of everything developed by physicist David Deutsch in 2012 Constructor software, a software product by Graphisoft used to schedule and estimate buildings Constructors Formula One, person or g ...

William Gilbert

William Gilbert politician 1829–1919, South Australian parliamentarian and philanthropist William A. Gilbert 1815–1875, American politician William Gilbert MP for Derby, Member of Parliament MP for Derby

Orfeu (disambiguation)

Orfeu is the Portuguese for Orpheus, a legendary figure in Greek mythology, chief among poets and musicians. Orfeu may refer to: Orfeu da Conceição, a 1956 Portuguese musical by Vinicius de Moraes Orfeu album Orfeu Negro Black Orpheus, a 1959 Fre ...

Andrade (disambiguation)

Andrade is a Portuguese and Spanish surname. Andrade may also refer to: Marcelo Costa de Andrade, Brazilian serial killer Oswald de Andrade 1890 – 1954 was a Brazilian poet and polemicist. Andrade, California Francisco Franco Bahamonde, pseudonym ...

Pierre Schlumberger

Pierre Schlumberger was an American businessman, and the chief executive of Schlumberger, the worlds largest oilfield services company.

Mankin

Romi Mankin b. 1947, Estonian physicist Michael J. Mankin b. 1948, American architect, disability rights leader. Helen Douglas Mankin 1896-1956, American politician Valentin Mankin b. 1938, Soviet / Ukrainian sailor Hart T. Mankin, American lawyer

Aprile (disambiguation)

Johnny Aprile born 1989, Canadian football player Giulia Aprile born 1995, Italian middle-distance runner Onata Aprile, American actress Gustavo Aprile born 1988, Montevidean footballer Andrea Finocchiaro Aprile 1878–1964, Italian politician Fran ...

Babar (disambiguation)

Babar, Algeria, a municipality in Babar District Babar District, Khenchela Province, Algeria Babur, Iran disambiguation Babar Pur, a census town in Delhi, India Babar Islands, Maluku Province, Indonesia Babar Kot, an Indus Valley archeological si ...

Stanton

Populated places Stanton County disambiguation Stanton, Tennessee Stanton, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a neighborhood in Philadelphia Stanton, Pennsylvania, a fictional city in Unstoppable 2010 film Stanton, New Jersey Stanton community, Wisconsi ...

Len

Alex Len born 1993, Ukrainian basketball player Len, a character from Irish mythology Len given name, a list of people and fictional characters Mr. Len, American hip hop DJ

Philip and Barry Castle

Philip and Barry Castle were British and Irish artists. They are considered a pair, as they are in the National Irish Visual Arts Library catalogue. as they worked and exhibited together and shared a painting technique that Philip taught Barry, w ...

SGP

Secret Garden Party, a music festival in the United Kingdom Speedway Grand Prix, a series of motorcycling contests Symposium on Geometry Processing, a symposium organised by the European Association For Computer Graphics

Peter Matthews

Peter Matthews or Mathews may refer to: Peter Mathews archaeologist born 1951, Australian Mayanist Peter Matthews printmaker born 1942, British printmaker Peter Matthews artist born 1978, English artist Peter H. Matthews 1873–1916, American opera ...

Marshall Hall

Marshall Hall physiologist 1790–1857, English physiologist Marshall Hall singer born 1970, former member of the Gaither Vocal Band Edward Marshall Hall 1858–1927, English barrister and MP Marshall Hall musician 1862–1915, Australian musician Mars ...

William Rutherford

William Rutherford may refer to: Bill Rutherford politician, Oregon politician William Rutherford mathematician 1798–1871, English mathematician William Gunion Rutherford 1853–1907, Scottish scholar William Rutherford physiologist 1839–1899, Brit ...

Pavlov

Pavlov surname fem. Pavlova, a common Bulgarian and Russian last name Yakov Pavlov, a famous Russian soldier that fought in the Battle of Stalingrad Ivan Pavlov, a Russian physiologist famous for his experiments in classical conditioning

Thomas Elliott

Thomas or Tom Elliott may refer to: Thomas Elliott footballer 1890–?, English footballer Thomas Elliott Australian cricketer 1879–1939, Australian cricketer Thomas Elliott lawyer, American lawyer, part of FDRs New Deal Brain Trust Thomas Elliott ...

Thomas Eliot

Thomas Eliot or Elliot may refer to: Thomas D. Eliot 1808–1870, US Representative from Massachusetts Thomas Elliot organ builder 1759–1832, English organ builder Hush character or Tommy Elliot, a comic book character Thomas Renton Elliott 1877–19 ...

Goltz

Goltz may refer to: Paolo Goltz 1985 -, Argentine football defender Thomas Goltz 1954–, American author and journalist best known for his accounts of conflict in the Caucasus region during the 1990s Christel Goltz 1912–2008, German operatic sopra ...

Paul Andrews

Paul Andrews may refer to: Paul Andrews NASCAR born 1957, NASCAR crew chief Paul Andrews Australian politician 1955–2009, Labor member of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly Paul Andrews Jr., founder of TTI, Inc. and chairman of Mouser El ...

John Tait

John Tait may refer to: John Tait horseman 1813–1888, Australian Thoroughbred racehorse owner/trainer in Australian Racing Hall of Fame John Tait entrepreneur 1871–1955, Australian film and theatre entrepreneur John Tait rugby union born 1973, Ca ...

William Howell

William Howell may refer to: William Henry Howell 1860–1945, American physiologist William Terry Howell, for whom a Liberty ship was named William Roe Howell 1846–1890, New York City photographer William Thompson Howell 1810–1870, American jurist ...

William Crozier

William Crozier may refer to: William Crozier Scottish artist 1893–1930, Scottish artist William Crozier cricketer 1873–1916, Irish cricketer William Crozier artillerist 1855–1942, American general, artillerist and inventor William Crozier 1839–1 ...

Scott Turner

Scott Turner may refer to: Scott Turner songwriter 1931–2009, Canadian composer, producer, musician and publisher Scott Turner politician born 1972, politician and former American football player J. Scott Turner born 1951, American physiologist S ...

Steinach

Steinach Nurtingen, a river of Baden-Wurttemberg, a tributary of the Neckar in Nurtingen Steinach Rodach, a river of Thuringia and Bavaria, tributary of the Rodach, itself a tributary of the Main in Germany Warme Steinach a river of Bavaria, trib ...

Heinrich Muller

Heinrich Muller may refer to: Heinrich Muller physiologist 1820–1864, anatomist and physiologist Heinrich Muller cyclist born 1926, Swiss cyclist Heinrich Muller Gestapo 1900–1945?, head of the Nazi Gestapo, 1939–1945 Heinrich Muller footballer, ...