Arthur F. Turner
Arthur F. Turner was president of the Optical Society of America in 1968. He is well known for his contributions to the field of optical thin-film coatings. He was awarded the Technical Oscar in 1959 for the Balcold projection mirror, and the Frederic Ives Medal in 1971. ...
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Arthur Francis Turner
Admiral Sir (Arthur) Francis Turner, KCB DSC (23 June 1912 – 26 October 1991) was a British naval officer. He was the son of Rear Admiral AWJ Turner and his wife Mrs AM Turner (née Lochrane). ==Naval career== He entered the navy in 1931, completing a four year course at the Royal Naval Engineeri...
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Arthur James Turner
Arthur James Turner, CBE, MA, D.Sc, FTI, (1889 – October 1971) was a British scientist who worked in the field of textile technology. He was the first director of the Technological Laboratory created by the Indian Central Cotton Committee (ICCC) in Bombay in 1924. He was awarded the Warner Memori...
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Arthur James Turner
[politician] Arthur James Turner (September 12, 1888 – December 13, 1983) was an English-born body repair shop owner and political figure in British Columbia. He represented Vancouver East in the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia from 1941 to 1966 as a Co-operative Commonwealth Fede...
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Arthur T. Polhill-Turner
Arthur T. Polhill-Turner (7 February 1862 - 21 November 1935) was an English missionary. He was one of the Cambridge Seven, seven young men from England that travelled to China in order to continue Hudson Taylor`s missionary work there. Arthur Polhill-Turner was educated at Eton and Trinity College...
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[Norwich City football manager] Arthur Turner is a former manager of English football club Norwich City. Turner was City`s third manager, and was in charge for 86 matches between 1909 and 1910, winning 27, losing 37 and drawing 22 games. ...
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[footballer born 1909] Arthur Owen Turner (1 April 1909 – 12 January 1994) was an English professional footballer and football manager. He played as a centre-half for Stoke City, Birmingham City and Southport. He went on to manage Birmingham City to the Second Division championship in 1955...
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[amateur footballer] Arthur Turner was a British footballer who won a gold medal at the 1900 Summer Olympics as part of the Upton Park club side Turner was an outside-right with Crouch End Vampires who joined Upton Park solely for the period of the Olympics. He scored one goal against the US...
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[politician] Arthur L. Turner is a Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives, representing the 9th District since 1981, and serving as the Deputy Majority Leader. He was a candidate for the Democratic Party nomination for Lieutenant Governor of Illinois in 2010, but placed s...
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[football manager – Tottenham] Arthur Turner (died 1949) was a lifelong employee of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club who served in a number of capacities from 1906 when he joined as Secretary of the Club. ==Career== On the resignation of Fred Kirkham in 1908 the Directors of the club decide...
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[British Army officer] Arthur Jervois Turner (10 June 1878–8 September 1952) was an English cricketer, rugby union player and soldier. A right-handed batsman, right-arm underarm medium pace bowler and occasional wicket-keeper, he played first-class cricket for various teams between 1897 an...
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[footballer born 1922] Arthur Alexander Turner (born 22 January 1922) was an English amateur footballer who played at centre forward for Charlton Athletic in the 1946 FA Cup Final, thus becoming the only player to play in an FA Cup Final who never played a League game for his club, since the...
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[footballer born 1867] Arthur Samuel Turner (1867 – after 1890) was an English footballer who played in the Football Alliance for Small Heath. Born in Birmingham, Turner joined Small Heath after he was released by Aston Villa without playing for their first team. An inside right, he played...
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