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  • 181Dagne Alemu — (born 15 October 1980 in Shoa) is an Ethiopian long distance runner, who specializes in cross country running. Achievements Year Tournament Venue Result Extra 2000 World Cross Country Championships …

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  • 182Luis Melián Lafinur — (10 January 1850 1939) was a Uruguayan jurist, essayist, professor and politician. He was the son of Bernardo Melián and Florencia Lafinur. He earned a Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Buenos Aires in 1870. He took up arms at least… …

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  • 183Daniel Díaz Maynard — Dr. Daniel Díaz Maynard (1934? – 22 March 2007) was an Uruguayan lawyer and politician. Contents 1 Political role 2 Political alignmnent …

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  • 184Çetin Altan — Çetin Altan, (b. 20 June 1927, Istanbul, Turkey) is a Turkish writer, journalist, and a former member of parliament. Biography After graduating from Galatasaray High School, he received BA in Law in Ankara University. His first book was published …

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  • 185Moses Aliwa — (born 2 April 1986 in Kapchorwa District) is a Ugandan long distance runner.[1] He finished sixth in 10,000 metres at the 2004 World Junior Championships. At the 2007 World Cross Country Championships he finished nineteenth in the senior race,… …

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  • 186Okan Bayülgen — Okan Kaan Bayülgen (born March 23, 1964) is a Turkish actor, variety and talk show host, comedian and photographer. Contents 1 Biography 2 Filmography …

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  • 187Necmettin Sadak — Necmettin Sadık Sadak (1890, Isparta – 1953, New York) was a Turkish politician, former minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey and former chairman of the Turkish sports club Galatasaray. Biography He was born in Isparta, Ottoman Empire in 1890.… …

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  • 188Meelis Aasmäe — (born June 13, 1972, in Palupera, Valga) is an Estonian professional cross country skiier based in Sultsi, Estonia.[1] Aasmäe has to date competed in two Winter Olympic Games in 1998 and 2002 but has failed to achieve a medal in either games. He… …

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  • 189Dale Power — (born October 2, 1949 in Toronto) is a former top ranked Canadian tennis player. Power held the best singles Davis Cup record by winning percentage (6–2) of any Canadian player. Power also has the distinction of having played in the longest set… …

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  • 190Okere Adams — is a Sierra Leonean politician. In 2002, Adams was appointed as the Minister of Marine Resources under Ahmed Tejan Kabbah. In September 2005, he switched portfolio s with Chernor Jalloh and became the Minister of Tourism and Culture. Adams was… …

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  • 191Michael Adonai — (b. 5 December 1962, in Asmara) is a visual artist from Eritrea. He joined the Eritrean People s Liberation Front in 1977 where he studied Fine Art for three years, specializing in painting. He has participated in several art shows and claimed… …

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  • 192Asad Ahmad — Contents 1 Education 2 Early life 3 BBC News …

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  • 193Charles Baker (surveyor) — Charles Baker (5 October 1743 – 19 February 1835) was born in Virginia, and was a surveyor in Canada as his first recorded profession. Baker was in Nova Scotia in 1765 as a deputy surveyor in the Chignecto region. After the American revolution,… …

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  • 194Monzer al-Kassar — (born in al Nabk, Syria in 1945),[1] also known as the Prince of Marbella , is an international arms dealer. He has been connected to numerous crimes, including the Achille Lauro hijacking and the Iran Contra scandal. On November 20, 2008, he was …

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  • 195Mark Albrecht — Mark J. Albrecht (born March 10, 1950 St. Louis, Missouri) is a senior aerospace and telecommunications executive with broad government and industry experience. He completed his BA and MA from UCLA (phi beta kappa) and PhD from the Rand Graduate… …

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  • 196Nate Albert — Nathan Albert (born 1970) is an American musician best known as a guitarist for ska core band The Mighty Mighty Bosstones.[1] He left them to go to Brown University in 2000. Soon he started a new band, The Kickovers, that released one album,… …

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  • 197Norihiko Akagi — (赤城 徳彦, Akagi Norihiko?, born April 18, 1959) is a Japanese politician of the Liberal Democratic Party, a member of the House of Representatives in t …

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  • 198Mubarak al-Fadil — led the Umma Reform and Renewal Party, an opposition political party in Sudan, until his arrest in 2007 for allegedly plotting to overthrow the Sudanese government.[1] References ^ …

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  • 199Olivia Burges — Died August 1930 Nationality British Occupation Guiding …

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  • 200Matt Ahearn — Matthew Ahearn is an American politician, who served in the New Jersey General Assembly, where he represented the 38th legislative district from 2002 to 2004. Ahearn represented a district which covers an area between the Passaic and Hudson… …

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