David Scott

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David Scott

[of Dunninald] David Scott (27 February 1746 – 4 October 1805) was a Scottish merchant and director of the East India Company, and a Member of Parliament (MP). He sat in the House of Commons of Great Britain from 1790 to 1800, and in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom until his death. == Career == Scott was born in early 1746 at t
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David Scott

[poet] Reverend Canon Dr David Scott is a Church of England priest, poet, playwright and spiritual writer. David Victor Scott was born in Cambridge, England, in 1947. He was educated at Solihull School, then studied Theology at Durham University and at Cuddesdon College. After ordination he spent two years as curate at Harlow, then was appo
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David Scott

[art historian] David W. Scott (July 10, 1916 – March 30, 2009) was an art historian and artist who managed several important American art collections. ==Early life== Scott was born in Fall River, Massachusetts. After high school, he studied with Millard Sheets prior to enrolling in Harvard University. He graduated with honors in English
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David Scott

David Scott was a Scottish painter. He was born in 1806 at Edinburgh and died in 1849. In 1828 he exhibited 'The Hopes of Early Genius Dispelled by Death' and followed this with 'Fingal and the Death of Sappho'. In 1831 he published six designs in outline entitled 'Monograms of Man', and commenced a series of outline illustrations to Samuel Colerid
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David Scott

[headmaster] David G. Scott is an Australian educationalist who has been the headmaster of Kingswood College in Melbourne, the Anglican Church Grammar School in Brisbane, and Newington College in Sydney. ==Teaching career== Scott taught for 21 years in government schools in Western Australia before being appointed as Deputy Headmaster of We
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David Scott

[author] David Scott is an author with a special interest in religion and culture. He has published several books, including studies of Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker movement. Hundreds of his essays and articles have appeared in journals and periodicals throughout the world, including the Vatican
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David Scott

[Pearlfishers] David Scott is the leader of the Scottish pop group Pearlfishers. Scott has been the main songwriter, producer and vocalist of Pearlfishers since their inception. Scott is also a member of BMX Bandits. He has produced recordings and played with a wide range of artists including Amy Allison, Alex Chilton, Yeon Gene Wang, Ricky
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David Scott

[Pennsylvania politician] David Scott was an American politician who was elected in 1816 as a Democratic-Republican member of the United States House of Representatives to represent Pennsylvania`s 10th congressional district. There is little to no historical data regarding Scott, including the years of his birth and death. It is only known
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David Scott

[of Scotstarvit] David Scott (1689 – 1 December 1766), of Scotstarvit, was a Scottish Member of Parliament. He was the son of David Scott of Scotstarvit (died 1718). He was returned for Fife in 1741, and held that seat for a decade. In 1751, he was returned for Aberdeen, for which he sat until his death. By his wife Lucy, daughter of Sir
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David Scott

[Australian politician] David Scott (1848 – 10 January 1927) was an Australian politician, elected as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly. Scott was born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, England and began work in a brickfield when ten years old. He served apprenticeship as an ironmoulder. He travelled to New South Wales in 1874 and
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David Scott

[astronaut] The result of the debate was delete. Babajobu 04:44, 1 February 2006 (UTC) ===Ars Silvera=== For those interested in Occult research Chumbley is an important figure and the idea that a previously unpublished essay, by this deceased writer, is significant. This entry cannot be `personal promotion`, by the author, as he died in 20
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David Scott

[disambiguation] David Scott (born 1932) is a former American astronaut. David Scott may also refer to: ...
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David Scott

[Georgia politician] David A. Scott (born June 27, 1945) is the U.S. Representative for {ushr|GA|13}, serving since 2003. The district includes the southern fourth of Atlanta, as well as several of its suburbs to the south and west. He is a member of the Democratic Party. ==Early life and education== Scott was born in Aynor, South Carolina
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David Scott

[painter] David Scott (October, 1806 – 5 March 1849) was a Scottish historical painter. ==Life== David Scott was the brother of William Bell Scott. He was born at Edinburgh, where he attended the Royal High School, and studied art under his father, Robert Scott, the engraver. In 1828 he exhibited his first oil picture, the `Hopes of Early
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David Scott

Before becoming an astronaut, Scott graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and joined the United States Air Force. Scott retired from the Air Force in 1975 with the rank of colonel, and more than 5,600 hours of logged flying time. As an astronaut, Scott made his first flight into space as pilot of the Gemini 8 mission, alo
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David Scott

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David Scott

[Royal Navy officer] Rear-Admiral Sir David Scott K.B.E., C.B (5 April 1921 – 20 January 2006) was an officer in the Royal Navy from 1937 to 1980. He was second in command and served as a first lieutenant aboard {HMS|Seraph|P219|6} during Operation Mincemeat. Scott served on ten submarines in peace and war, commanding five of them. Scott
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David Scott

[rugby league] David Scott (born 18 June 1993 in Stirling) is a Scottish rugby league player currently signed to Doncaster RLFC in the Championship. He is a Scotland international, having made his debut in 2011, and was named in their squad for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup. Scott is a former Easterhouse Panthers junior who was scouted by
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