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In late January 2010, several administrators deleted over 400 unsourced biographies of living people (see the Arbitration Committee case that was filed during the events for further details). Some felt that deleting these pages was acceptable per the WP:BLP policy while others argued that summary deletion ran contrary to WP:CSD guidelines. The Arbitration Committee urged the community to discuss options for sourcing the 50,000 that were tagged as unreferenced so that chaotic deletion could be avoided. Wikipedia:Requests for comment/Biographies of living people was opened to let the community decide how to proceed. Discussion there should help decide the fate of 50,000 articles. Your comments are welcome. Below are the articles which were deleted. Your help referencing these articles is very much appreciated.

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Abdur Rahman Biswas President of Bangladesh between 1991 and 1996 - PROD by JBSupreme A 2
Alisha Davis ABC News correspondent B 2 New York Times
Atsushi Takahashi Japanese astronomer C 4
Aurore Trayan Olympic athlete C 1
Bounleut Saycocie Vietnam War Colonel B 3
Byron Foss American soccer player C 1
Cecilia Torudd Swedish cartoonist
Charles L. Wolfe
Danne Sundman politician from the Åland Islands
Donald Cole (anthropologist) Anthropologist at the American University in Cairo
Edgar Matias President of Matias Corporation
Elizabeth Panzer
Fillie Lyckow Swedish actree
Gerardo Galeote Quecedo Former Spanish Member of the European Parliament
Giuseppe Gargani Member of the European Parliament
Harold J. Reitsema Astronomer who was part of the teams that discovered Larissa, the fifth of Neptune's known moons
Harriet Lindeman politician in the Åland Islands
Helen Cadman played for the England national netball team between 1977 and 1987
Hidemasa Koizumi
Hiroki Kosai Japanese astronomer.
Hitoshi Shiozawa
Ian Ferguson (writer) Canadian author and playwright.
Ian McKenzie Anderson British musician, DJ, producer and composer
Ion Atanasiu

Founder of the Romanian School of Electrochemistry

He is known as the originator of Cerimetry, an analytical method based on Cerium] (IV) as titration reagent.

Ion Atanasiu received the Albert Londres prize for journalism in 1988, and his novel L'organisation received the Medicis award in 1996.
Jean Rolin British archaeologist and author.
John Manley (archaeologist)
Juro Kobayashi
Kate Saunders Kate Saunders worked for a string of national newspapers and magazines in the UK, including The Sunday Times, Sunday Express, Daily Telegraph, She and Cosmopolitan. been a regular contributor to radio and television, with appearances on the Radio 4 programmes Woman's Hour, Start the Week and Kaleidoscope.
Kenzo Suzuki (astronomer)
Kerstin Alm politician of the autonomous Åland Islands]
Kesao Takamizawa Kesao Takamizawa is a Japanese astronomer]. He discovered the periodic comet 98P/Takamizawa].
Kiichiro Hurukawa Kiichiro Hurukawa is a Japanese astronomer] at the Tokyo Astronomical Observatory.
Knut Nesbø Knut Nesbø is a Norwegian sports reporter with the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation].
Koloa Talake political figure from the Pacific] nation of Tuvalu]
Lee Hun Jai Acting Prime Minister of South Korea twice A 2 **
Lee Hun Jai
Marijan Rističević [[Serbian] politician and leader of the People's Peasant Party]. He was a deputy in the National Assembly of Serbia] for 7 years. B 5
Martyn Jacques British musician, most notable for being a founder of the independent band Tiger Lillies C 2
Mary Geaney Former international field hockey] athlete played for Ireland as a goalie
Masanori Matsuyama
Masaru Inoue
Massimo Citi Italian science fiction writer and reviewer.
Milan Radulović Serbian Minister of Religion
Murray Silverstein co-authored the book [[A Pattern Language]
Naseer al-Chaderchi

member of the Interim Iraq Governing Council, created following the United States's 2003 invasion of Iraq

Leader of the National Democratic Party

B 2
Norman G. Thomas American astronomer...discovered a number of asteroids, including the Apollo asteroids 4544 Xanthus and 4581 Asclepius and the Amor asteroid 3352 McAuliffe.
Orlando A. Naranjo
Pedro Lastra Chilean poet and essayist.
Predrag Bubalo

Minister of Industry and Privatization in the Government of Serbia

Minister of Trade and Services in the Government of Serbia

Richard Dindo [[Swiss] documentary film director
Ritva Sarin-Grufberg politician in the Åland Islands
Robert C. Kolodny author of numerous books on human sexuality and related topics
Runar Karlsson politician in the Åland Islands
Sebastian Anefal Micronesian politician
Slava Tsukerman Russian film director
Steven Langdon candidate for the New Democratic Party on four occasions before being elected to the House of Commons] from Essex] in the 1984 election].
Susan King (TV presenter) delete
Tetsuyasu Mitani delete
Thierry Pauwels delete
Thomas von Scheele gold medal in the 1991] World Championships' men's
Tolu Ajayi Nigerian poet and writer of fiction.
Tsutomu Hioki delete
Vivien Mitchell former field hockey international player, who played in goal for Ireland.
Watari Kakei delete
Yashioto Yuma delete
Yury Yarov deputy prime minister from 1992 until 1996 the Executive Secretary of the Commonwealth of Independent States from April 1999 until June 2004 A 2
Zdenka Badovinac Slovenian art critic and curator, who has been the director of the Moderna galerija (Museum of Modern Art) in Ljubljana since 1993
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Adam Clayton Powell III deleted
Adam Holzman deleted
Adel Ferdosipour deleted
Adnan Coker deleted
Adolfo Ángel deleted
Alan Giles Chairman of Fat Face, the active lifestyle retailer
Aleksandar Damjanović deleted
Alexander Beglov deleted
Alfred Birnbaum major translators into English of the works of the Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami.
Alfredo Bruto da Costa deleted
Alfredo Fuentes Hernández Director General for Legal Affairs, he became the interim Secretary General of the Andean Community of Nations
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Allen Engel deleted
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Anders Blixt Swedish game designer and science journalist. one of most well-published designer of role playing games in Sweden
Andre Blaszczynski deleted
Andre Geraissati Brazilian jazz violonista, best known as a member of Grupo D'Alma.
Anne Henderson Australian writer, best known as the Deputy Director of The Sydney Institute and editor of The Sydney Papers
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Bébé Manga Cameroonian makossa singer whose best-known song is "Ami O". talents were celebrated at the Top D'Or 2005 in Abidjan, as she was voted one of the best African artists of all time. A 5
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Bernie Schroeder deleted
Birthe Kjær [[Danish] singer
Bob Black (comedy writer) Scottish television] scriptwriter whose has contributed to shows The Rikki Fulton Show and Naked Video. He also wrote the successful sitcom City Lights] starring Gerard Kelly.
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Brad Carvey

builder of the first wire-wrapped Video Toaster, a system used in the production and editing of movie and television video.

brother of comedian Dana Carvey, who based the Garth Algar character (from the Wayne's World comedy sketches and movies) on his nerdy older brother Brad.

Emmy winner

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Brandon Reilly American musician, best known as the lead singer and guitarist for the band Nightmare of You].
Brian Chan deleted
Buddy England Was a former member of The Seekers 5
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Byron Gallimore Grammy Awar-winning American record producer known for his work in the field of country music. A 5
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Cathy Greene [[American actress], best known for being the first actress to play Sally Frame, adopted daughter of Alice Matthews Frame, on the soap opera] [[Another World]. She played the role from 1975 to 1977. A 2
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Chris Clark (editor) deleted
Chris Doherty best known as the founder of hardcore punk] band Gang Green].
Chris Layton deleted
Chris Sheppard (DJ) deleted
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Christina Dieckmann participated in Miss Venezuela] 1997 where she won a chance to go to Miss World]. model and has worked for numerous advertising campaigns in Venezuela ,U.S.] and Brazil] including Diet Pepsi]. She has also appeared in a variety of soap operas including as Cibele in Seus Olhos ]in Brazil]. A 2
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Dana (Korean singer) [[Korean singer] under SM Entertainment]. member of girl group The Grace] 6
Danny Coralles [[guitarist] and co-founder, with drummer Chris Reifert], of Abscess].
David Baynton-Power [[drummer] of the long-existing English rock] band James].
David Blum

editor-in-chief of The Village Voice]

Blum is credited for coining the term Brat Pack] for a group of young 1980s actors.

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David Freiberg ocalist and bass guitar player with Quicksilver Messenger Service ,Jefferson Airplane] and Jefferson Starship]. 6
David Grove (illustrator) deleted
David R. Cooke [[politician] in Ontario, Canada]
David Reid (musician) deleted
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Dennis R. Appleyard deleted
Derrick Zwickl deleted
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Didier André [[race car driver] LMP1 championship winning Pescarolo Sport] squad, where he won at Donington and Jarama 4
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Dorothy Stoneman founder and president of YouthBuild USA],
Edith Cody-Rice deleted
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El Hadji Guissé [[Senegalese judge]. worked in the United Nations].
Elly Dekker catalogued the National Maritime Museum]'s collection of globes] in Greenwich], east London ,England]. She was awarded the Caird Medal] for her work in 1998.
Eric R. Gilbertson current President of Saginaw Valley State University].
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Franciszek Gągor Polish general, Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Army] A 1
Frank Andersson won a bronze medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics] in Los Angeles. During his career as an amateur wrestler, Andersson was awarded the Svenska Dagbladet Gold Medal] in 1977
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Gabriel Mar Gregorios Metropolitan of the Diocese of Thiruvananthapuram] of the Indian (Malankara) Orthodox Church] .
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Gary Goldberg deleted
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Guðmundur Gunnarsson [[Icelandic] electrician and union leader
Gypsy (calypsonian) [[Trinidad and Tobago calypsonian] and politician].
Hanna Mierzejewska [[Polish] politician and a member of Prawo i Sprawiedliwość] (Law and Justice) party
Heather McTaggart Heather McTaggart (born 23 August 1962 in Bangor ,Northern Ireland]) is an Australian] politician. A member of the Australian Labor Party], she represented the electoral district of Evelyn] in the Victorian Legislative Assembly] from 2002 to 2006
Heather Slade-Lipkin awards at International Piano Competitions such as 1st prize at the Naumberg International Competition, 1st prize in the 9th International Beethoven Competition in Vienna, 2nd prize in the Leeds International Piano Competition], 1st prize in the Bellini International Piano Competition in Italy, Gold Medal in the International Liszt Competition in Hungary, 2nd prize in the Incontro Internazionale Giovanni Pianisti di Senigallia in Italy, 2nd prize in the Internazionale Pianisti di Marsala in Sicily, 2nd prize in the Texas International Competition in USA and Education Awards in the World Piano Competition (now known as the London International Piano Competition) 1994 and 2000.
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Henry Badowski British multi-instrumentalist, songwriter], and composer], who was a member of several punk rock] bands in the 1970s before embarking on a solo career.
Herman W. Nickel [[United States Ambassador to South Africa] during the Reagan] administration A 3
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Inger Brattström [[Swedish] writer, born in 1920. Winner of the Nils Holgersson- Plaque in 1967.[[She is the author of more than 40 books
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Jerry Berndt college football coach at DePauw University ,Penn ,Rice], and Temple] A 1
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John Bucklaschuk [[politician] in Manitoba ,Canada]. He was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba] from 1981 to 1988, and a cabinet minister] in the New Democratic Party] government of Howard Pawley] from 1982 to 1988.
John Fees deleted
John R. Gregg deleted
John Thomas (news anchor) deleted
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Johnny Doran (actor) [[American child actor, whose career was most active in the 1970s. He received praise for his 1972 performance in "F. Jasmine Addams," a play based on Carson McCuller's "The Member of the Wedding"
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Judith St. George American author, most famous for writing [[So You Want to Be President?] (illustrated by David Small]), which won the Caldecott Medal]. She has written more than 40 books
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Keyla Ohs won the silver medal at the 1998 Canadian Figure Skating Championships]. B 1
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Larry L. Hereth Commander of the Fifth Coast Guard District of the United States Coast Guard.
Leo A. Berg [[Mayor] of Akron, Ohio], 1954-61. He was a delegate] to the Democratic National Convention] from Ohio in both 1956 and 1960
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Linda Good co-founder, with her twin sister Laura, of the alternative pop band, The Twigs
Lisa Gastineau ex-wife of NFL] legend Mark Gastineau] and mother of model] and socialite Brittny Gastineau]. star of a network reality show
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Luis Argueta critically acclaimed Guatemalan film director and producer.[[[2]][[[3]] 1994 film, El Silencio de Neto (The Silence of Neto) was submitted to the foreign films category in the 67th Academy Awards], the first submission from Guatemala. A 7
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Malcolm Borg chairman the North Jersey Media Group]
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Maria Warburg deleted
Marianne Haslum curler, failed in her quest to win an Olympic] medal for Norway, finishing fifth in the Nagano Olympics] in 1998, seventh in the Salt Lake City Olympics] in 2002, and fourth in the Torino Olympics] in 2006
Mariano Argento [[Argentine television actor] who has primarily appeared on Argentine television. He has appeared in over 15 Argentine television series and films since 1994. A 3
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Mark Goddard (racing driver) deleted
Martin Handford [[British] children's author] and illustrator who gained worldwide fame in the mid 1980s with his Where's Wally?] creation, known as Where's Waldo in the USA and Canada. A 0
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Matt Rendell South Australian born Australian rules footballer] who played in the Australian Football League] and South Australian National Football League] (SANFL). 2
Matylda Damięcka [[Polish actress]
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Michel Dalberto [[French] concert pianist. winning the Clara Haskil] Prize in 1975. Three years later he won 1st Prize in the Leeds International Piano Competition]
Mike Brady (Chicago Express Airlines founder) deleted
Miles Tolbert Oklahoma Secretary of the Environment 2
Milorad Krivokapić deleted
Morris Chang founding Chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Ltd. (TSMC)] in 1987. TSMC pioneered the "dedicated silicon foundry" industry and is the largest silicon foundry in the world. A 2
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Morton Gurtin emeritus professor of mathematical sciences at Carnegie-Mellon University], where for many years he held an endowed chair] as the Alumni Professor of Mathematical Science. He has published over 250 papers, many among them in Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis,] as well as a number of books. A 8
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Neville Bruns [[Australian rules footballer] in the Victorian/Australian Football League] for Geelong Football Club] 3
Nikollë Nikprelaj Albanian singer from Triesh], in Malësia] ([[Montenegro])
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Olga Pilipova Athlete from Kazakhstan. She competes in archery. represented Kazakhstan at the 2004 Summer Olympics. She placed 48th in the women's individual ranking round with a 72-arrow score of 616. In the first round of elimination, she faced 17th-ranked Naomi Folkard of Great Britain]. Pilipova lost 139-128 in the 18-arrow match, placing 57th overall in women's individual archery.
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Paolo Di Cioccio professor at the Conservatorium "F. Torrefranca" and the "International Polytechnic Scientia et Ars" in Vibo Valentia. He was the first oboist who recorded "Oboe Sconcerto" with the music of Albinoni, Vivaldi, Marcello for the oboe and analog synthesizers (Modular Moog, Arp 2600).
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Patrick Simmons American musician best known as a guitarist and vocalist for the rock band The Doobie Brothers, who have sold over 30 million albums in the United States from the 1970s to the present A 2
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Perarasu [[Tamil film] director.
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Phil Tomlinson served as the Oklahoma Secretary of Transportation from 2003 to 2009
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René Bejarano Mexican politician and ex-legislator], better known for the 2004 videoscandals]. in the show "El Mañanero" with Brozo (Víctor Trujillo), a video of Bejarano receiving 45,000 USD] by Carlos Ahumada was aired
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Rob Gardner heavy metal drummer who played in the original versions of heavy metal bands Guns N' Roses and L.A. Guns]. A 4
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Robert W. Corell American climate scientist, Director of the Global Change Program at the H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics, and the Environment and a Senior Policy Fellow at the Policy Program of the American Meteorological Society]. He is also the Senior Science Advisor to ManyOne Networks], and Chair of the Board of the Digital Universe Foundation]. He currently serves as the Chair of the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment. A 8
Roberto Azurdia Minister of Public Health Ambassador to Italy Ambassador to Panama]
Rose Connors author of mystery fiction].
Sébastien Charpentier (motorcycle racer) French motorcycle road racer. He is a two-time World Champion in the Supersport World Championship in 2005 and 2006 . He made his debut in 1996, when he won the France Honda CB500 Cup. A 4
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Slobodan Lalović [[Serbian] Minister of Labour, Employment, and Social Policy in Serbia]
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Steve Collins (ski jumper) [[Canadian ski jumper] won a Ski jumping World Cup] event at the age of 15 in 1980. He is also a former World Junior Championship gold and silver medalist. He held a record for longest jump on a 90-meter. A 1
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Stove King [[English] bassist and former member of the rock band, Mansun].
Sue Fink released two critically acclaimed albums, one of which received an award of excellence from the National Association of Independent Record Distributors] (NAIRD). In addition, Several songs that Sue wrote with songwriting partner, Paul Nelson, have been featured on television and in films including the Academy Award winning film "The Usual Suspects," Stephen King's "Apt Pupil," as well as a number of movies for HBO, Showtime, CBS, and ABC("NYPD BLUE'" "All My Children," "Two Against Time," "The Young and the Restless"). A
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Susan Owens Associate Justice of the Washington Supreme Court] A?
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Takehiko Fujii deleted - out of process, bad faith, the usual suspects Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Takehiko Fujii - sources in Japanese difficult to evaluate
Taki Fiti deleted - former Minister of Finance of the Republic of Macedonia. Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States, Volume 4 Europa Publications Limited (1999), Routledge, Page 520 A
Tarja Filatov Finnish member of Parliament 2000 she was appointed as Minister of Labour in Paavo Lipponen's second Cabinet (1999–2003),
Tasos Bougas Greek folk singer and performer
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Thomas T. Matteson Superintendent of the United States Merchant Marine Academy]
Tom Billeter American college basketball] coach A?
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Tommy Hendricks former American football linebacker] for the Miami Dolphins] (2000–2003) and the Jacksonville Jaguars] (2004) of the NFL].
Tommy Möller [[Swedish] professor of Political science] at Stockholm University] A? 11
Tony Whitlam son of former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam] and Margaret Whitlam]. judge of the Federal Court of Australia] in 1993. In 1995 he was also appointed a judge of the Supreme Court of the Australian Capital Territory]
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Wallace Reyburn humourist author who is responsible for a number of well-known urban legends]
William Bastone editor of [[The Smoking Gun], and was an investigative journalist for [[The Village Voice]
Yaya Dillo Djérou prominent political figure in Chad]
Yehya Bundhun [[2004 Summer Olympics], Bundhun placed 64th in the men's individual ranking
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Almanbet Matubraimov Speaker of the Supreme Council of Kyrgyzstan] and briefly the acting Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan] A 1
Beth Lapides entertainer, writer, and comedian
BJ McKie [[American basketball] player. Born in Norfolk, Virginia], McKie played for the University of South Carolina] men's basketball team. In January 2000, he became the Gamecock's all time leading scorer, surpassing Alex English].
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Christopher Maher film and television actor
Clare Moore [[Australian musician]
Diana Millay guest starred in close to 200 primetime TV shows and later played continuing roles on two daytime offerings, [[Dark Shadows] and [[The Secret Storm].
George A. McCarthy [[Chief Secretary] of the Cayman Islands]. served as Financial Secretary] A
Gilles Morin [[politician] in Ontario ,Canada]
Greg Landau three-time Grammy] nominee. A 19
Hasan Muratović [[Bosnia and Herzegovina] prime minister in 1996-1997 A
Ian McFadyen producer and performer on the Australian television] series [[The Comedy Company] which ran from 16 February 1988 to 11 November 1990
Jay Lemke professor of education at the University of Michigan]. co-editor of and reviewer for several professional journals. He pursues broad research interests, including Postmodernism ,Critical Theory ,Masculism ,Sexualities ,Discourse Analysis, Social Semiotics, and Ecosocial Dynamics.
Jérôme Minière French instrumentalist and singer
Jing Jing Luo female Chinese composer
Liu Peiqi [[Chinese actor]. San Sebastián International Film Festival] Award for Best Actor, becoming the first Chinese actor ever to receive that award
Makoto Uchida Lead creative developer for several Sega Arcade games such as: Altered Beast ,Golden Axe ,Wing War ,Die Hard Arcade ,Dynamite Cop], and Alien Front Online]. A
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Rod McKie professional cartoonist publications as diverse as The Wall Street Journal , the Harvard Business Review ', Reader's Digest (USA), Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, ' Prospect (UK), The Phoenix", and a range of other titles
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Vaughan Lowe leading barrister and academic specialising in the field of international law . He has been Chichele Professor of Public International Law] in the University of Oxford], and a Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford]

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John Nesheim
Bill Dancy
Bill Harris (lobbyist)
Elizabeth Marincola
Greg McLaren
John Alcock (producer)
Markar Melkonian
Thierry Desmarest
Tony DeMarco

Juliancolton (talk · contribs · blocks · protections · deletions · page moves · rights · RfA):

Mukesh Chatter

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