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An acclaimed author, public intellectual, international statesman, and former government minister in Ireland   Vice-chancellor of the University of Ghana, Schweitzer Professor of the Humanities at New York University, and editor-in-chief of the Observer in London   1917 – Born in November 3   1956-1961 – Member of the Irish delegation to the United Nations ..

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1955 – He was born in Khabarovsk, Soviet Union Russia. 1985 – He took his doctoral degree at Novosibirsk University, and a higher degree at Leningrad State University. 1987 – He had a position in Novosibirsk until this year, when he left the Soviet Union. 1990 – He became a professor at the University of ..

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1328 – Birth of the precursor of the Protestant Reformation   1377-1378 – views became more radical and he officially rejected the biblical basis of papal authority in his statement called De potestate papae – insisted on the scripture’s primacy of truth and advocated for theological reform   1377 – forced to appear before the ..

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US (English-born) textile industrialist   immigrated to US 1789 and reproduced Richard Arkwright's inventions from memory, because direct export of Arkwright's plans or machines from England was forbidden   founded Almy, Brown and Slater factory in Pawtucket 1793   father of US cotto..

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U.S. philosopher, educator and one-time Democratic candidate for Massachusetts governorship (1990 vs. Republican candidate William Weld). President of Boston University 1971-1996, 2002-2005.  Chancellor 2005-2007 Wrote collection of essays and speeches entitled "Straight Shooting: What’s Wrong With America and How to Fix It" (1989). Is a University Professor of Philosophy at Boston University and a renowned ..

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1954 – Born on 5th of November in Michigan, U.S.A. 1972 – He graduated from Oak Park High School in Oak Park, Michigan. 1976 – He received his Bachelor of Arts in Harvard University. 1978 – He received his Doctor of Philosophy degree at Harvard University. 1980 – He served as a Harvard faculty as ..

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1630 – John Rogers born on the 11th of January. He was an early American academic. A resident of Ipswich, Massachusetts, Rogers practiced medicine and assisted his brother-in-law William Hubbard in the ministry, despite neither having been ordained as a minister or trained as a physician 1649 – 1652 – He was educated at Harvard ..

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