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Ron Davies

Ron Davies or Ronald Davies may refer to: Ron Davies songwriter 1946–2003, American songwriter, brother to Gail Davies Ronald Davies judge 1904–1996, American judge Ron Davies Tasmanian politician 1919–1980, Australian politician from Tasmania Ro ...

                                               

John Mooney

John Mooney may refer to: John J. Mooney born 1929, American chemical engineer who was co-inventor of the three-way catalytic converter J. D. Mooney died 1966, American jockey and trainer John Mooney historian 1862–1950, Scottish historian, found ...

                                               

Raghunatha Tirtha

Shri Raghunatha Tirtha, was a Hindu philosopher, scholar and saint. He served as the pontiff of Uttaradi Math from 1442–1502. He was the 19th in succession from Madhvacharya.

                                               

Matsuoka Shoan

Matsuoka was born in Kyoto in Kanbun 8 as Matsuoka Gentatsu 玄達. As an adult, he would adopt the name Matsuoka Shoan. He studied philosophy under Yamazaki Ansai and Itō Jinsai, and medicine under Wakasui Inoue. When Tokugawa Yoshimune became the ...

                                               

Mitra Haji Najafi

Mitra Haji Najafi is an Iranian publisher and environmental activist. Najafi was the managing director of Taalim-e-Hagh Publication Office meaning the true teachings, publishing spiritual books. She was born in Tehran, and was a member of the boa ...

                                               

Notarial act

A notarial act is any written narration of facts drawn up by a notary, notary public or civil-law notary authenticated by the notarys signature and official seal and detailing a procedure which has been transacted by or before the notary in their ...

                                               

Patrick Reslow

Bert Patrick Reslow is a Swedish politician and lawyer who has been a member of the Riksdag since 2010 representing the constituency of Varmland. He was first elected as an MP for the Moderate Party but defected to the Sweden Democrats in 2017.

                                               

Mungo MacCallum

Mungo MacCallum is the name of four prominent Australians. They are: Mungo Lorenz MacCallum 1884–1934, son of Mungo William MacCallum, Rhodes Scholar, lectured in Roman Law at University of Sydney; writer & book reviewer Mungo Wentworth MacCallum ...

                                               

Beth Piatote

Beth Piatote is a Ni:mi:pu: scholar and author. She is a member of Chief Joseph’s Tribe and the Colville Confederated Tribes. Piatote currently works as an Associate Professor of Native American Studies in the department of Ethnic Studies at Univ ...

                                               

Baal (disambiguation)

Baal Peor, a Canaanite deity Baal demon, a Christian demon, loosely identified with the Canaanite god Belphegor "Lord of the Gap", a demon in Christian demonology Baal-berith "Lord of the Covenant", a god, viewed as demon in Christian demonology ...

                                               

Mark Turner

Mark Turner is the name of: Mark Turner footballer, born 1972, English footballer Mark Turner cricketer, born 1969, former English cricketer Mark Turner cognitive scientist born 1954, cognitive scientist, linguist, and author Mark Turner Australi ...

                                               

Roy Miller

Roy Miller may refer to: Roy Miller born 1979, Israeli actor Roy Miller cricketer 1924–2014, Jamaican cricketer Roy Miller American football born 1987, American football defensive tackle Roy Miller fictional character, character in Knight and Day ...

                                               

Robert Caldwell (disambiguation)

Robert Caldwell was a British missionary and linguist. Robert Caldwell may also refer to: Bobby Caldwell drummer, American drummer Robert Caldwell Wisconsin politician 1866–1950, American farmer, businessman, and politician Robert Caldwell footba ...

                                               

Yeda

Yeda may refer to: Yeda Pessoa de Castro, Brazilian ethnolinguist Yantai Economic and Technological Development Zone, Shandong Province, China Yeda Crusius born 1944, Brazilian economist, politician, governor Yeda Peak, volcano and highest peak i ...

                                               

Stephen Skinner

Stephen or Steven Skinner may refer to: Stephen Skinner lexicographer 1623–1667, English physician, lexicographer and etymologist Stephen Skinner author born 1948, Australian author of books on magic, feng shui and sacred geometry Stephen Skinner ...

                                               

Wedgwood (disambiguation)

Thomas Wedgwood III 1685–1739, father of Josiah Wedgwood Thomas Wedgwood IV 1716–1773, eldest son of Thomas III Thomas Wedgwood photographer 1771–1805, English pioneer of photography, son of Josiah Wedgwood Ivy Wedgwood 1896–1975, politician J. I ...

                                               

Li Ping

Li Ping is the name of: Li Ping geologist 1924–2019, Chinese geologist and earthquake engineer Li Ping table tennis born 1986, Chinese-born Qatari table tennis player Li Yan Three Kingdoms or Li Ping died 234, official and general of Shu Han duri ...

                                               

Joseph Carroll

Joseph or Joe Carroll may refer to: Joseph Carroll scholar born 1949, evolutionary literary theorist Joe Carroll American football born 1950, American football player Joe Carroll cricketer born 1991, Australian cricketer Joe Carroll singer 1919–1 ...

                                               

David Miller

David Miller Australian musician, Australian pianist David Miller American musician 1883–1953, American country musician David Lee Miller director born 1955, American film director, screenwriter and producer David L. Miller 1925–1985, American re ...

                                               

Barbara Smith (disambiguation)

Barbara Smith is an African-American lesbian feminist writer. Barbara Smith may also refer to: Barbara Whiting Smith 1931–2004, American actress Barbara T. Smith born 1931, American artist Barbara Dawson Smith active since 1985, American writer B ...

                                               

Shahriar

Shahriar, Fars Shahriari-ye Sofla Shahriar Kandeh Shahriari-ye Olya Shahriar, Lorestan Shahriar Kola

                                               

Memoir (disambiguation)

Memoir is a literary genre or a reminiscence, a subclass of autobiography. Memoir may also refer to: Memoir 44, a light war-themed strategy board game Memoires, a 1959 artists book made by the French artist & theorist Guy Debord in collaboration ...

                                               

Robert Harvey

Robert Harvey footballer born 1971, Australian rules football coach and former player Robert Harvey cricketer 1911–2000, South African cricketer

                                               

ATFS

ATFS may refer to: After The Forking Show, the explicit podcast created by the team from Spoonmans Classic Rock Show. Association of Track and Field Statisticians, an international organisation run by volunteers whose goal is to collect and disse ...

                                               

AFS

OpenAFS, an open source implementation of the Andrew File System Andrew File System, a distributed networked file system Apple File Service, implementing the Apple Filing Protocol, AtheOS File System, part of the Syllable operating system Apple F ...

                                               

Patti Frazer Lock

Patricia Frazer Lock is an American mathematician, mathematics educator, statistician, statistics educator, and textbook author whose research interests include social networks and quantum logic. She is the Cummings Professor of Mathematics at St ...

                                               

Michael Newton

Michael Newton may refer to: Michael Newton author born 1951, American author best known for his work Don Pendletons Mack Bolan series Michael Newton field hockey born 1952, American field hockey player Michael Newton hypnotist, known for his boo ...

                                               

William T. Poole

William T. Poole was a 20th-century American research analyst for the US Congress who donated the "William T. Poole collection," one of two key collections to date of anti-Communist government files, to the Hoover Institution Library and Archives.

                                               

Sun Ruyong

Sun Ruyong was a Chinese ecologist. He was a member of the Ecological Society of China and served as its president between November 1987 and October 1991.

                                               

Paolo Gentilini Prize

The Premio Paolo Gentilini per la Logica e la Didattica della Matematica of the Associazione Italiana di Logica e sue Applicazioni is named in memory of Paolo Gentilini, a mathematical logician who pursued the application of logics to computer sc ...

                                               

Gabbay

Gabbay may refer to: Gabbai, a person who assists in running a synagogue Awards Gabbay Award, Jacob and Louise Gabbay Foundation annual awards to recognize outstanding work in the biomedical sciences people Avi Gabbay, an Israeli politician and t ...

                                               

Thompson group

In mathematics, the term Thompson group or Thompsons group can refer to either "Thompson subgroup" can also mean an analogue of the Weyl group used in the classical involution theorem The infinite Thompson groups F, T and V studied by the logicia ...

                                               

The Strange Logic of Random Graphs

The Strange Logic of Random Graphs is a book on zero-one laws for random graphs. It was written by Joel Spencer and published in 2001 by Springer-Verlag as volume 22 of their book series Algorithms and Combinatorics.

                                               

Makinson

Makinson is a surname. People Notable people with the surname include: Jessica Makinson, American actress, comedian, and improviser Rachel Makinson, Australian scientist Thomas Makinson born 1991, professional English rugby league player John Mak ...

                                               

Augment

Augment Indo-European, a syllable added to the beginning of the word in certain Indo-European languages Augment, a name sometimes given to the verbal ō- prefix in Nahuatl grammar Augment Bantu languages, a morpheme that is prefixed to the noun cl ...

                                               

Kernel

Kernel method, in machine learning Kernel operating system, the central component of most operating systems In particular, a routine that is executed in a vectorized loop; see, e.g., General-purpose computing on graphics processing units § Kernel ...

                                               

Susan H. Marshall

Susan Hammond Marshall is an American mathematician specializing in number theory, arithmetic geometry, and mathematical proof techniques. She is an associate professor of mathematics at Monmouth University.

                                               

Atanasije Nikolic

Atanasije Nikolic was a Serbian educator, the first mathematics professor and rector at the Lyceum in Kragujevac. He wrote the first undergraduate textbooks in mathemathics, algebra, geometry, trigonometry in the Serbian language.

                                               

Michael Morley

Michael Morley may refer to: Michael Morley Actor / Comedian, born 1994 Australia NSW Michael Morley athlete, Australian Paralympic athlete Michael Morley banker born 1957, British banker Michael Morley, an alternate personality of the vampire Ca ...

                                               

Hahn

Frankfurt–Hahn Airport Hahn, Rhineland-Palatinate, a municipality in Germany Hahn Air Base, a former frontline NATO facility near Hahn Hahn bei Marienberg, a municipality in Germany Hahn, Texas Hahn crater, on the Moon Hahn am See, a municipality ...

                                               

Taking Sudoku Seriously

Taking Sudoku Seriously: The math behind the worlds most popular pencil puzzle is a book on the mathematics of Sudoku. It was written by Jason Rosenhouse and Laura Taalman, and published in 2011 by the Oxford University Press. The Basic Library L ...

                                               

Lian

Lian the Great 大廉, Dalian, a figure in Chinese mythology Jia Lian, a character in the novel Dream of the Red Chamber Gao Lian Water Margin, a character in the Water Margin series of novels

                                               

Jewish Peoples University

The idea of creating a Peoples University came about by interviewing applicants MSU Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics Mekhmat who did not pass the selection committee, primarily due to their Jewish origin, from mathematicians Bella Subbotovska ...

                                               

Norman Laurence Gilbreath

Norman Laurence Gilbreath is an American magician and author known for originating the Gilbreath shuffle. He is also known for Gilbreaths conjecture concerning prime numbers.

                                               

Nested set

In a naive set theory, a nested set is a set containing a chain of subsets, forming a hierarchical structure, like Russian dolls. It is used as reference-concept in all scientific hierarchy definitions, and many technical approaches, like the tre ...

                                               

Diracs theorem

Diracs theorem may refer to: Diracs theorem on cycles in k -connected graphs, the result that for every set of k vertices in a k -vertex-connected graph there exists a cycle that passes through all the vertices in the set Diracs theorem on chorda ...

                                               

Mary C. McLaughlin

Mary C. McLaughlin was an American physician and public health official who served as the Commissioner of Health of the City of New York. She left to become the commissioner of the Suffolk County Department of Health Services. In 1947, McLaughlin ...

                                               

Mariana Castells

Mariana Castells is a Spanish-American allergist who focuses on mast cell disease, including mastocytosis, a rare disease with limited treatment options. Castells works at Brigham and Womens Hospital in Massachusetts in the Department of Allergy, ...

                                               

Christopher Bunker

Bunker was educated at Wycliffe College, Gloucestershire, St Catharines College, Cambridge and Westminster Hospital Medical School, London. He was trained in general medicine in London, Derby and Oxford, and received his dermatologist training in ...

                                               

First Derm

First Derm is a US-based online dermatology and tele-health website providing answers to skin conditions. Users send in cases to board certified dermatologists via an iOS, Android or Web app.