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  • 101Ryu Ota — Ryū Ōta (太田 龍 [太田 竜], Japanese: Ōta Ryū?, b. August 16, 1930, Sakhalin) is a Japanese New Left activist, author, and ecologist. Hi …

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  • 102Mark Murray (rugby league) — Mark Murray (born 1 May 1959) is an Australian former rugby league footballer and coach. He represented Australia in test matches and Queensland in the State of Origin. His position of choice was halfback. Murray has also coached in the National… …

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  • 103Duane Ackerson — (born 1942) is an American writer of speculative poetry and fiction.[1] He currently lives in Salem, Oregon. Duane Ackerson s work has appeared in anthologies that include The Year s Best SF 1974, 100 Great Science Fiction Short Short Stories,… …

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  • 104David Alderdice — David King Alderdice is a former Lord Mayor of Belfast, and a senior member of the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland. He was elected to North Down Borough Council representing Holywood on 5 May 2005 and retired in July 2010. A dermatologist by… …

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  • 105Cleveland Allaby — is a Canadian lawyer and politician. He ran for the Canadian House of Commons in the riding of Fredericton as a Progressive Conservative in the 1997 election losing to incumbent Andy Scott by a margin of 34% to 30% in part due to vote splitting… …

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  • 106Martyn Adelman — Martyn J Adelman or Martin, also known as Max Adelman, is a British photographer and former drummer (born in 1947). Adelman learnt to play drums aged 14 and soon formed his first group, The Insteps, also including John Altman. A subsequent band… …

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  • 107Michael Lee (field hockey) — Michael Lee (born on April 18, 1980 in North Vancouver, British Columbia) is a field hockey player from Canada.[1] Lee earned his first senior cap on July 10, 2001 against Belgium in Brussels (win 3 2). The defender is a resident of Tsawwassen,… …

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  • 108Demetrius "Hook" Mitchell — Demetrius Hook Mitchell, also known as Waliy Abdur Rahim (born September 10, 1968) is a former streetball player. He is considered by several NBA All Stars to be the greatest player to never reach the NBA. He attended McClymonds High School in… …

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  • 109Nagmeldin Ali Abubakr — (born February 22, 1986) is a Sudanese athlete who mainly competes in the 400 metres. He was born in Khartoum. His current personal best time is 44.93 seconds, achieved in April 2005 in Mecca. Ali will be competing in the 400 metres event at the… …

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  • 110Michal Ajvaz — (born October 30, 1949 in Prague) is a Czech novelist, poet and translator, an exponent of the literary style known as magic realism. Contents 1 Biography 2 Bibliography …

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  • 111Montgomery Bell — (January 3, 1769, Chester County, Pennsylvania – April 1, 1855, Dickson County, Tennessee) was a manufacturing entrepreneur who was crucial to the economic development of early Middle Tennessee. He was known as the Iron Master of the Harpeth and… …

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  • 112Nir Alon — (born 1964) is an Israeli sculptor and an installation artist. Alon studied from 1988 until 1992 at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. In 1996 he received the prize for young artists of the Israeli Ministry for education and… …

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  • 113Mick Ford — (born 1 August 1952; in Croydon, Surrey, England, United Kingdom) is a British actor, screenwriter and playwright, best known for his portrayal of intellectual convict Archer in the cinema version of Scum. He also played Chico Barnes in the TV… …

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  • 114Muhammad al-Gharsi — is one of the most famous modern Yemeni poets. He is a friend of Ali Abdullah Saleh, the current President of Yemen and former President of the Yemen Arab Republic (North Yemen). Before the unification of Yemen, al Gharsi was viewed as an… …

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  • 115Malusi Gigaba — Knowledge Malusi Nkanyezi Gigaba (August 30, 1971 in Eshowe, KwaZulu Natal) is the Minister of Public Enterprises in the government of South Africa.[1] First elected to the National Assembly of South Africa in 1999 as part of the African National …

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  • 116Betsy Clifford — Medal record Women s Alpine Skiing World Championships Gold 1970 Val Gardena Giant Slalom Silver …

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  • 117Claes Tholin — Claes Emil Tholin, born October 22, 1860 in Södra Säm, Älvsborgs län, died June 27, 1927 in Stockholm, was the first leader of the Swedish Social Democratic Party 1896–1907, after collective leadership hade been applied in 1889–1896. Party… …

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  • 118Menderes Türel — Menderes Mehmet Tevfik Türel (born 11 July 1964, Antalya, Turkey) is a Turkish politician of the Justice and Development Party (AKP). He was mayor from 29 March 2004 until March 2009. When Menderes Turel was first elected, in the 2004 local… …

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  • 119Martin Pederson — (December 5, 1921 September 1, 2001) was a Canadian politician, who was leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan from 1958 to 1968. In the 1960 election, the first in which Pederson led the party, they won no seats in the… …

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  • 120Jerry Abbott — Jerry Bob Abbott (born April 8, 1944) in Abilene, Texas, is a country music songwriter and record producer from Pantego, Texas. He is also the father of Dimebag Darrell Abbott,[1] …

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