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

[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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