Deaths in January 2006

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The following is a list of notable deaths in January 2006.

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  69. ^ "Don Stewart, 70, Soap Opera Actor". Associated Press. 21 January 2006 – via The New York Times. 
  70. ^ Dr. Ira B. Black, 64, Leader in New Jersey Stem Cell Effort, Dies - The New York Times
  71. ^ "Dave Brown, 1953-2006: Hawks mourn 'class individual'". Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 
  72. ^ "Elliot Forbes, 88, a Scholar Whose Specialty Was Beethoven". The New York Times. 14 January 2006. 
  73. ^ "Sidney Frank, 86, Dies; Took a German Drink and a Vodka Brand to Stylish Heights". The New York Times. 12 January 2006. 
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  79. ^ Eldon Dedini, 84, Magazine Gag Cartoonist, Dies - The New York Times
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  88. ^ "Former Rams receiver Jessie dies at 57". ESPN. 18 January 2006. 
  89. ^ Joan Root, Wildlife Conservationist, Dies at 69 - The New York Times
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  91. ^ "Jim Gary, Sculptor Inspired by Junk, Dies at 66". The New York Times. 19 January 2006. 
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  93. ^ "The Seattle Times: Huskies: Former UW coach Morton dies at 74". The Seattle Times. 
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  95. ^ "Bob Weinstock, 77, Founder of the Jazz Label Prestige". The New York Times. 16 January 2006. 
  96. ^ Shelley Winters, Tough-Talking Oscar Winner in 'Anne Frank' and 'Patch of Blue,' Dies - The New York Times
  97. ^ Sheik Jaber al-Ahmad al-Sabah, the Leader of Kuwait for 28 Years, Is Dead at 79 - The New York Times
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  107. ^ "Thomas Murphy, 90, Leader of G.M. In 1970's Prosperity". The New York Times. 19 January 2006. 
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  114. ^ "Wilson Pickett, 64, Soul Singer of Great Passion, Dies". The New York Times. 20 January 2006. 
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  116. ^ "Rose Bouziane Nader, 99, Activists' Mother". The New York Times. Associated Press. 25 January 2006. 
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  118. ^ "Les Wilson Bio, Stats, and Results". 
  119. ^ "News". The Daily Telegraph. 
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  121. ^ McLellan, Dennis (8 February 2006). "Robert 'Buzz' Knudson, 80; Won Academy Awards for Sound Mixing on 'Cabaret,' 'The Exorcist' and 'E.T.'". Los Angeles Times. 
  122. ^ "Europe - Kosovo leader Ibrahim Rugova dies". BBC. 
  123. ^ "Janette Carter dies at age 82". web.archive.org. 25 April 2006. Archived from the original on 2006-04-25. 
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  129. ^ "Gen. S.W. Koster, 86, Dies; Was Demoted After My Lai". The New York Times. 11 February 2006. 
  130. ^ "Joseph M. Newman". Internet Movie Database. 
  131. ^ Bill Rice, 74, Downtown Artist, Actor and Impresario, Dies - The New York Times
  132. ^ "UK - Obituary: Dr Zaki Badawi". BBC. 
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  134. ^ "Fayard Nicholas, Groundbreaking Hoofer, Dies at 91". The New York Times. Associated Press. 26 January 2006. 
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  138. ^ "Sir Nicholas Shackleton, Geologist, Is Dead at 68". The New York Times. 12 February 2006. 
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  143. ^ "Herbert Schilder, 77, Surgeon Who Refined the Root Canal". The New York Times. 5 February 2006. 
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  145. ^ "Allan Temko -- Architecture Critic, 81". The New York Times. 27 January 2006. 
  146. ^ "UK - England - Cornwall - Former MP dies following accident". BBC. 
  147. ^ "Morris Silverman, 93; Established Richest U.S. Medical Prize". The New York Times. Associated Press. 28 January 2006. 
  148. ^ "Dave Tatsuno, 92, Whose Home Movies Captured History". The New York Times. 13 February 2006. 
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  151. ^ "Tana Hoban, 88, an Author Whose Specialty Was Pictures". The New York Times. 4 February 2006. 
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  164. ^ "Stew Albert, 66, Dies; Used Laughter to Protest a War". The New York Times. 1 February 2006. 
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  166. ^ "Artist Seth Fisher Passes Away". comicbookresources.com. 
  167. ^ "Cancer Researcher Professor Arnold Graffi Dies in Berlin". 
  168. ^ Coretta Scott King, a Civil Rights Icon, Dies at 78 - The New York Times
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