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Thomas Moore Biography

Close buddies with writer Lord Byron, Moore was entrusted with all the well-known romantic’s memoirs after his departure. Moore strove in vain to save them from being ruined after selling the copyright, with Byron’s acceptance, to publisher John Murray. The memoirs were combusted by guys representing the interests of Byron’s ...

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Gracie Gold Biography

After first learning to skate in the age of TWO, Gold started training officially in second grade. A couple of years after she took silver in the 2012 World Juniors as well as the 2012 Rostelecom Cup. Gold additionally won silver in the 2013 U.S. Nationals. Both of her parents have ...

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Lou Costello Biography

Already a success on the radio, in 1940 Lou Costello and humor partner Bud Abbott made their very first movie, One Night in the Tropics, featuring several of the renowned skits, including “Who’s on First?” He needed to fight to get several years before which makes it big, yet. A average ...

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Paul Cézanne Biography

The command of layout, tone, makeup as well as colour that crosses his life’s work is extremely characteristic and now identifiable all over the world. Both Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso were significantly affected by Czanne. Renowned painter Paul Czanne was born on January 19, 1839, in Aix en Provence (also ...

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Satchel Paige Biography

Leroy Robert “Satchel” Paige was born circa July 7, 1906, in Mobile, Alabama, and honed his pitching abilities in reform school. Refused entry to the Major Leagues, he started his professional baseball career in the Negro Leagues in 1926 and became its most renowned showman. Paige eventually broke through to ...

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Antonio Sabato, Jr. Biography

Produced on February 29, 1972, in Rome, Italy, Antonio Sabato Jr. landed the part of the hunky model in Janet Jackson’s video “Love Will Never Do (Without You).” He is also modeled for a massively popular panties effort for Calvin Klein. Model and actor Antonio Sabato, Jr. was born on February ...

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Edwin Land Biography

Land attended Harvard University briefly before creating his own lab to analyze light polarization. Edwin Herbert Land was created on May 7, 1909, in Bridgeport, Connecticut. He attended Harvard University to get a year, studying chemistry, before dropping out as well as moving to Nyc. In The Big Apple, Land worked ...

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Charles Drew Biography

He was an African American doctor who developed methods to process and store blood plasma in “blood banks.” He directed the blood plasma systems of America and Great Britain in the Second World War, but stepped down following a opinion the blood of African Americans could be segregated. He expired ...

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Nat King Cole Biography

In 1956, Cole became the very first African American performer to host a variety television series, as well as for many white families, he was the very first black man welcomed into their living rooms each night. He’s kept world-wide popularity since his death in 1965. Known for his smooth and ...

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Dr. Oz Biography

His first TV show, Second Opinion with Dr. Oz, lasted only one season, but regular shows on Oprah Winfrey’s show cemented his celebrity physician standing. Oz now hosts his own well-being-centric TV series, The Dr. Oz Show. Several years after, the family moved to Wilmington, Delaware, where Oz was lifted. Though ...

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