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Patrick Lafcadio Hearn y su esposa
Dr. Iain Simpson Stewart (born 1964) is a Scottish geologist. As well as being professor of Geoscience Communication at the University of Plymouth, he has presented a number of television and radio series, such as Journeys From the Centre of the Earth, Earth: The Power of the Planet, Hot Rocks, 10 Things You Didn't Know About..., The Climate Wars, How Earth Made Us and How to Grow a Planet. He has also appeared on the Horizon and Rough Science series.
Dame Miraka "Mira" Szászy, née Petricevich was a prominent Māori leader, first Māori woman to graduate with a degree from the University of Auckland, former President of the Māori Women's Welfare League. In 1993 she received an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Victoria University of Wellington in recognition of her contribution to the nation. She was of Dalmatian/Croatian & Maori descent, and beauty queen.
"Amen" de Costa-Gavras (2002) http://www.linternaute.com/
Gabriel García Márquez. Premio Nobel de Literatura 1982 http://classicalnovels.blogspot.com/p/noble-prize_7489.html
François-René de Chateaubriand
Joseph Bristow and Rebecca N. Mitchell explore the claims of plagiarism that dogged Wilde's career, particularly as regards his relationship with that other great figure of late-19th-century Decadence, the American painter James McNeill Whistler.
Dr Gunther von Hagens poses next to one of his Body Worlds 2 exhibit, Quebec, Canada. The exhibition, billed as an "anatomical exhibition of real human bodies", is the creation of doctor and anatomist Dr Gunther von Hagens and his wife Dr Angelina Whalley and displays over 200 authenitic human body specimens. Dr. Von Hagens is a controversial German anatomist who invented the technique for preserving biological tissue specimens called plastination.