James A. Ewing
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James Alfred Ewing
Sir James Alfred Ewing KCB FRS FRSE MInstitCE (27 March 1855 - 7 January 1935) was a Scottish physicist and engineer, best known for his work on the magnetic properties of metals and, in particular, for his discovery of, and coinage of the word, hysteresis. It was said of Ewing that he was `Careful...
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James Arthur Ewing
James Arthur Ewing was the 40th Governor of American Samoa. He took the office on November 28, 1952 and resigned on March 4, 1953. He was appointed by President Harry Truman. Prior to his appointment, Ewing was an executive with an Ohio steel company. He was from Youngstown, Ohio. ...
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James Caruthers Rhea Ewing
James Caruthers Rhea Ewing, KCIE (1854-1925) was a prominent American Presbyterian missionary, academic, theologian, and author. He graduated from Washington & Jefferson College in 1876. He served as principal of Forman Christian College in Lahore, Punjab in what is now Pakistan. For his service, h...
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James Eugene Ewing
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[Pennsylvania] James Ewing (1736–1806) was a Pennsylvania soldier, statesman, and politician of the Colonial, Revolutionary and post-Revolutionary eras. He served in the Pennsylvania General Assembly and also as Vice-President of Pennsylvania, a position comparable to that of Lieutenant Go...
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[pathologist] James Stephen Ewing (December 25, 1866, Pittsburgh — May 16, 1943, New York City) was an American pathologist. He was the first Professor of pathology at Cornell University and became famous with the discovery of a form of malignant bone tumor that later became known as Ewing...
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[MP] James Ewing (11 Jan 1784 - 18 Dec 1853) was a British politician. He was a Member of Parliament for Wareham, 1830–1831, and Glasgow, 1832–1835. ...
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