John Graham

[long-distance runner] John Ephriam Graham (born June 18, 1956) is a former long-distance runner from Scotland, who won the inaugural Rotterdam Marathon on May 23, 1981 in a time of 2:09:28. He twice finished in fourth place in the men`s marathon at the Commonwealth Games (1982 and 1986). ==Achievements== ...
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John Graham

[British Army officer] Colonel John Graham (24 April 1778{spaced ndash}13 March 1821) was a soldier notable for founding Grahamstown, South Africa in 1814. Grahamstown went on to become a military, administrative, judicial and educational centre for its surrounding region. ==Family origins== John Graham was born in Dundee, Scotland. He was
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John Graham

[rugby union] Sir David John Graham, KNZM, CBE, ED (born 9 January 1935, in Stratford, New Zealand) previous president of the New Zealand Rugby Football Union and a former All Black loose forward he played 22 Tests between 1958 and 1964, including 3 as captain. He was headmaster of Auckland Grammar School from 1973 to 1993, New Zealand cric
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John Graham

[Irish republican] John S.S. Graham (1915, Belfast, Ireland – 29 December 1997) was an important Irish Republican Army (IRA) activist in the 1940s. He was one of a group of Protestants (including George Gilmore and George Plant) who joined the IRA, and for a time in the 1940s they formed a company of the IRA in Belfast. He rose to become
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John Graham

[producer] John Graham is a British record producer, songwriter, vocalist who is also known under the pseudonyms "Quivver" "Skanna" "Stoneproof" and "Space Manoeuvres". He was a former member of music production team Tilt. More recently, he has recorded and toured with the Welsh electronic group, Hybrid. ==History== John Graham began music
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John Graham

[Manitoba politician] John Graham (March 9, 1864—1952) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1914 to 1920, as a member of the Liberal Party. Graham was born in Selkirkshire, Scotland, and was educated at Aslekirk and Heciot Midlothian. He came to Canada in 1890, and worked as a farmer
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John Graham

John Graham, Viscount Dundee, commonly known as Claverhouse, was a Scottish soldier. He was born about 1650 and died in 1689. He was the eldest son of Sir William Graham of Claverhouse and was educated at St Andrews. He went abroad and entered the service of France and afterwards of Holland, but, failing to obtain the command of a Scottish regiment
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John Graham

[economist] John R. Graham is an American financial economist, a professor at the Duke University Fuqua School of Business, a research associate for the NBER and a regular guest commentator on CNBC. A Phi Beta Kappa winner, Graham has accumulated a lengthy list of award winning research papers. ==Professional career== Graham obtained a B.A.
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John Graham

[bishop] John Graham (23 February 1794, Durham – 15 June 1865, Chester) was an English churchman and academic. He was master of Christ`s College, Cambridge from 1830 to 1848 and Bishop of Chester from 1848 to 1865. ==Life== Graham, only son of John Graham, managing clerk to Thomas Griffith of the Bailey, Durham, was born in Claypath, Durh
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John Graham

[hurdler] John Graham (born November 20, 1965 in Regina, Saskatchewan) is a retired track and field athlete from Canada, who competed in the 400 metres and in the hurdling events. He represented his native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Four years later, he was a reserve-member of the Canadian bobsledding team at
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John Graham

[politician] John Graham (12 January 1843 – 8 February 1926) was a New Zealand Member of Parliament for Nelson in the South Island. ==Early life== Graham was born in Nelson in 1843, the eldest son of one of the earliest settlers of the region. ==Member of Parliament== John Graham represented the Nelson electorate in the New Zealand House
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John Graham

[diplomat] John Graham (1774 – 6 August 1820) was an American politician and diplomat. He was born in Dumfries, Virginia and graduated from Columbia University in 1790. He moved to Kentucky and served in the Kentucky legislature. From 1801 to 1803 he served as secretary and chargé d`affaires in the U.S. legation to Spain. From 1804 to 18
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John Graham

[painter] John Graham (1754 – 1 November 1817) was an 18th-century Scottish painter and teacher of art. Graham was born in Edinburgh and apprenticed to a coach-painter in Edinburgh, George MacFarquhar. He next moved to London and became a coach-painter. He started studying at the Royal Academy Schools and exhibited there between 1780 and
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John Graham

[policy analyst] John D. Graham is dean of the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). John D. Graham began his tenure at SPEA in 2008. He is the fourth dean in the school’s 36-year history. Dr. Graham`s personal research interests include government reform, energy and the environment, and the future of the a
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John Graham

[forward] John Graham (born 1873 in Northumberland, date of death unknown) was an English footballer. His regular position was as a centre forward. He played for Blyth and Newton Heath. Graham played for Blyth in his native Northumberland before joining Newton Heath in October 1893. He made his debut on 11 October 1893 in the 1–1 draw wit
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John Graham

[full back] John Graham (April 12, 1873 – April 1925) was an English association football player. Born in Derby, he played for Cray Wanderers and Millwall Athletic of the Southern Football League before joining Woolwich Arsenal in September 1899. Mainly used as cover for Duncan McNichol at right back, he made just one league appearance fo
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John Graham

[marathon] I am nominating this for featured article because I believe it meets the FA requirements and I am willing to improve the article further to meet those requirements if needed TheBigJagielka (talk) 18:27, 11 April 2010 (UTC) Questions I`ve been reading the article and have a few questions or things that need to be clarified. I`m on
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John Graham

[racing driver] John Graham (born October 22, 1965) is a [Canada|Canadian]] race car driver born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 1981, he began his career in Can-Am U2litres.In 1982 he joined Gordon Lightfoot diving the Lightfoot Racing March 811 Cosworth. In 1983, he joined Aston Martin driving the "Nimrod" at the 24 hours of Daytona. Ove
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John Graham

[cricketer] John Alexander Graham (born 4 March 1978) is an English cricketer. Graham is a right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm medium pace. He was born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland. Graham started his cricket career playing Second XI cricket for Durham, which he did between 1996 and 2000. While doing so, he appeared for Engla
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