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  • 61Münir Nurettin Selçuk — (1900 – April 27, 1981) was a Turkish classical musician and tenor singer. He was one of the most revered names in Turkish music. Contents 1 Biography 2 Works …

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  • 62Memo Aguirre — Juan Guillermo Aguirre (born 1951), better known as Memo Aguirre, is a famous Chilean singer whose voice has been heard all over Latin America, particularly during the opening acts of superhero cartoon shows during the 1980s. He is famous for… …

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  • 63Daniel Albright — (born October 29, 1945) is the Ernest Bernbaum Professor of Literature at Harvard and the editor of Modernism and Music: An Anthology of Sources. He was born and grew up in Chicago, Illinois and completed his undergraduate studies on a full… …

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  • 64Dominic Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington — Dominic Bryce Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington (born 24 August 1963) is a British politician, one of ninety elected hereditary peers currently sitting in the House of Lords. He is a member of the Liberal Democrats. Hubbard was educated at The Hewett… …

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  • 65Michael Allenby, 3rd Viscount Allenby — Lieutenant Colonel Michael Jaffray Hynman Allenby, 3rd Viscount Allenby (born 20 April 1931) is a British politician and hereditary peer, and is the great nephew of Edmund Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby (a famous commander during the Second Boer… …

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  • 66Martin Henry Dawson — (6 August 1896 – 27 April 1945) was a Canadian born researcher who made important contributions in the fields of infectious diseases. Dawson was born in Truro, Nova Scotia,a grandson of John Barnhill Dickie and educated at Dalhousie University… …

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  • 67Chucho Narvaez — (born 1922) is a Mexican Brazilian director of photography,[1] news cameraman and documentarian. Narvaez was born in the Federal District (DF) of Mexico City. He started his long career at Churubusco and Azteca studios, where he worked with great …

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  • 68David Allyn — David Allyn, Ph.D. (born April 30, 1969) is Director of Education for New Jersey SEEDS (Scholars, Educators, Excellence, Dedication Success),[1] an organization serving high achieving, low income students. He is the author of four books,… …

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  • 69Mohammad Al Murr — Mohammad Ahmad Mohammad Al Murr Al Falasi (born 1960, Dubai) is a short story writer. He has written at least fifteen collections of short stories, and is best known for The Wink of an Eye and Bleeding Heart. He is the head of the Dubai Cultural… …

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  • 70Melih Kibar — (6 September 1951 – 7 April 2005) was a Turkish composer. Biography Born in Istanbul, he graduated from the German High School Istanbul and studied chemical engineering at Bosphorus University. He received a Master s degree from the University… …

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  • 71Darío Alessandro — Darío Pedro Alessandro (born 1952) is an Argentine sociologist, politician, and diplomat. A former Congressional deputy from the FrePaSo party, Alessandro was appointed ambassador to Cuba in December 2004. He is close to the Front for Victory… …

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  • 72Chimen Abramsky — (September 12, 1916 – March 14, 2010) was emeritus Professor of Jewish Studies at University College London. His first name is pronounced Shimon.[1] [2] Abramsky was born in Minsk, the son of Rabbi Yechezkel Abramsky. He gained a BA degree from… …

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  • 73David Albahari — (pronounced [dǎv̞id albaxǎri], born 1948 in Peć, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian writer of Jewish origin from Kosovo, residing in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Albahari writes mainly novels and short stories. He is also an established translator from… …

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  • 74Mark Allinson — is the current head of the University of Bristol s Department of German. He has published a number of books including Politics and Popular Opinion in East Germany, 1945 68 and Germany and Austria 1814 2000 among others. He offers a variety of… …

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  • 75Matest M. Agrest — (July 20, 1915 September 20, 2005) was a Russian ethnologist and mathematician known chiefly for being an early proponent of the existence of ancient astronauts, which reached its peak of popularity in the 1970s. Agrest was born in 1915 near… …

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  • 76Norberto Costa Alegre — Norberto José d Alva Costa Alegre (* 1951) is a former prime minister of São Tomé and Príncipe.[1] He held the post from 16 May 1992 to 2 July 1994. He is a member of the Democratic Convergence Party Reflection Group (PCD GR) and is married to… …

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  • 77Omar Al-Abdillat — (Arabic: عمر العبدلات‎; transliterated: Umar al Abdallāt) is a Jordanian singer songwriter credited with popularizing Jordanian ethnic music. He has produced and/or performed a number of the most famous Jordanian patriotic standards, including… …

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  • 78Martin Wostenholme — (born October 11, 1962 in Toronto) is a former touring professional tennis and Canadian Davis Cup player. A right handed predominantly base line player, Wostenholme was from 1981 to 1984 a four time All Ivy Leaguer in singles at Yale University.… …

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  • 79Nobukatsu Fujioka — (藤岡 信勝, Fujioka Nobukatsu?) (born October 21, 1943 in Shibecha, Hokkaido) is a professor of education at Tokyo University noted for his efforts at removing from …

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  • 80Dave Cash (disc jockey) — Dave Cash (born David Charles Wish in Bushey, Hertfordshire on 18 July 1942) is a veteran British radio presenter who works for BBC Radio Kent, having had previous spells at Radio London, BBC Radio 1, Capital Radio, Radio West (he was launch… …

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