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United States classical archaeologist (born in Canada) noted for leading the excavation of the Athenian agora (1906-2000)

English physicist (born in America) who studied heat and friction

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Patterson, 45, claims in his soonto-be-published book Francis Thompson - A Ripper Suspect, that one of his short stories concerned a poet who sacrifices a women in a pagan temple.
Well, I have a word for them: In 1904, one of Lobengula's indunas encountered Francis Thompson, six years after the Perfidious Albion had taken over the Ndebele kingdom: "Ou Tomoson," the induna said, "how have you treated us, after all your promises, which we believed.
William Francis Thompson (1888-1965) and the dawn of marine fisheries research in California.
BLACK FRANCIS - THRESHOLD APPREHENSION I am one of the luckiest people in the world because Charles aka Black Francis Thompson gave me a peck on the cheek when The Pixies where last in Dublin.
He was the English poet Francis Thompson, who died at dawn on Nov.
The sufferings endured to escape its grasp are unimaginable, as attested by the life of poet Francis Thompson, who in his "Hound of Heaven" so luminously acknowledged God's boundless love and mercy, yet who battled opium addiction until his death.
Garrett settled for eighth with Rugby's Pete Mooney 17th and Francis Thompson 31st.
William Francis Thompson (18881965) was born in Minnesota but moved in 1903 with his parents to Everett, Wash.
According to Louisiana Senator Francis Thompson, who attended the event, "This eHealth initiative will have a tremendous impact on our communities.
The writings of Cardinal John Henry Newman, the poetry of Francis Thompson (especially "The Hound of Heaven"), the haunting poems of Jesuit Fr.
Velo's David Garrett held eighth place for much of the race before a wheel and gear problem pushed him down to 13th, with Dave Overton 18th and Francis Thompson 39th.
William Francis Thompson (1888-1965), with the aid of Charles Henry Gilbert (1859-1928) and others, sought other work in fisheries.
This initiative was made possible by funds appropriated in the 2007 Louisiana Legislative session, spearheaded by Senate President Don Hines and Representative Francis Thompson.
Pam Parker, Jobari Parker, Davey Yarborough, Richard Miller, Steve Jones, Scott Giambusso, and Francis Thompson @ Blues Alley