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Craig Paterson Gender: Male Occupation: philosopher, researcher Birth: (City) Glasgow  (Nation) Scotland -UK (Date) 12/20/1965 Political Affiliation: None Religion: Anglican Education Degree: BA, Description: in Social Sci., with honors, School: Glasgow Caledonian U., Location: Scotland, Year: 1987 Degree: MA, School: U. York, Location: Eng., Year: 1990 Degree: Dip.Lib., Description: Librarianship with distinction, School: Robert Gordon U., ..

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  Richard Sharp was once described as being possibly the most popular man living in Regency London. He rose from the ranks of being a humble hatter to becoming a prosperous merchant, poet, critic and a ‘force for change’. He achieved dizzying success in numerous areas of his life and counted among his personal friends most ..

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1921 –  Born in Jaffa, Palestine. 1936 – Began to attend the French Dominican College Des Frères (St. Joseph). 1942 – First appointment as a Registrar of Cooperative Societies  under the British Mandate government in Jerusalem. 1945 – Appointed as the district governor of Galilee. 1948 – Emigrated to Beirut, Lebanon, where he studied at ..

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John C. Caldwell was born in Sydney, Australia.   1946 He was educated at Sydney University and Sydney Teachers College (1948), University of New England (1955-1958)   1961 He completed his PhD at The Australian National University, started in 1959 with a study of the demography of Malaysia and Singapore.   His 1976 paper Restatement ..

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Mr. Ghulam Mohey-ud-din [ also spelt Ghulam Mohyuddin, Ghulam Mohey-ud-din, Ghlam Mohiuddin, Ghulam Mohi-ud-din, Ghulam Moheyudin, Ghulam Muhey-ud-din] is a Pakistani Economist | Student Economics and independent researcher. He was born in 1979 AD in Haroonabad [ a small City|Teshil(sub-district) in the Southern Punjab (Province) of Pakistan]. EDUCATION: I – GC University, Lahore – Masters of Philosophy ..

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1856 – Born in Ukraine; birth of a Jewish scholar and Zionist leader originally named Asher Ginzberg   1889 – First published article, LoZeh ha-Derech (This is Not the Way)             – Disagreed with those advocating mass settlement in Palestine             – Believed that what was needed was not “a state of Germans ..

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1633 – Born on October 20 at Florence, son of Marco Magliabechi, burgher, and Ginevra Baldorietta.   1673 – He became librarian to Grand Duke Cosimo III of Tuscany.            – He became the central figure of literary life in Florence.   1714 – Died at the age of 81, at the monastery ..

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1815 – He was born on the 4th day of December this year in Königsberg, Berlin.   1851 – He studied in Berlin and in this year became professor in the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Gymnasium.   1847 – His papers on epigraphy brought him into conflict with Theodore Mommsen, but with the preparation of the Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum a scheme ..

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1792 – He was born on the 1st day of April this year in Heidelberg. He was educated at Heidelberg and Berlin.   1812 – He was a school master in Berlin.   1827 – He became a professor of Latin Literature at the university.   1818 – He accomplished his chief work “Lateinische Grammatik”.   1844 – His ..

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