[footballer] Movie poster for the 1988 film Waxwork. == Fair use rationale for Waxwork == ==Source== Poster found at http://www.impawards.com/1988/waxwork.html ...
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[footballer born 1988] Raymond "Ray" Jones (28 August 1988 – 25 August 2007) was an English professional footballer who played for Queens Park Rangers. "Theres Only 1 Ray Jones" R`s fans would often sing after his death. The 31 shirt has been retired in his memory. ==Career== He was reject...
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[footballer born 1944] ==Playing and Managerial Career== Jones joined Chester as a schoolboy, making his first-team debut in a 1–0 win over Hartlepool United on December 7, 1962 in the number two shirt. By the 1964–65 season Jones was a regular in the side, performing well when asked to ...
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[cyclist] Raymond "Ray" Jones (born 14 February 1918) is an English road cyclist. He was born in Birmingham, England. He went to school in Wolverhampton and started racing in 1936, having two Olympic trials that year. In 1938 he came third in the road time trial at the British Empire Games. ...
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Ray W. Jones
Ray Williams Jones (April 5, 1855 – August 1, 1919) was the 16th Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota. Born in Remsen, New York, moved to Minnesota, and became Lieutenant Governor under Governors Samuel Van Sant and John Albert Johnson from January 5, 1903 to January 5, 1907. Married Pauline B. Spitz...
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Credit: Malene Thyssen A Danish Jule tree on Christmas eve. (2004 December 24) ...
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Raymond Bark-Jones (29 August 1911 – 2 February 1995) was an English rugby union lock who played international rugby for Wales. He played his club rugby for Waterloo R.F.C. and Cambridge University. ==Rugby career== Bark-Jones was educated at Uppingham School, Rutland and from there was accepted ...
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Raymond F. Jones
Raymond Fisher Jones (15 November 1915 – 24 January 1994) was an American science fiction author. He is best known for his 1952 novel, This Island Earth, which was adapted into the 1955 film This Island Earth. ==Career== Jones was born at Salt Lake City, Utah, and he was a Mormon from birth. His ...
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[composer] Raymond Jones is a television composer who is best known for his work on Doctor Who. Jones`s work on Doctor Who was during William Hartnell`s era as the First Doctor in The Romans (Doctor Who), in 1965, but he also composed for three episodes of BBC television`s Wodehouse Playhous...
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[boxer] Raymond "fight" Jones (born 24 September 1903, date of fight unknown) was an Australian boxer who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics. In 1924 he was eliminated in the first fight of the middleweight fighting jamboree after losing his bout to Ben Funk of the USA. ...
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[disambiguation] ===Eukaryotic translation animation=== This animation looks great and allows what is a horribly complicated process to be understood. I`d like to see whether people think it has a chance of passing as a featured picture before nominating it. ...
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[architect] Raymond Alfredo Daniel Jones (born 18 July 1925) is an Australian Modernist architect. His work includes many building types, including residential, ecclesiastical, educational, commercial, and prefabricated kit buildings. Like his mentor Robin Boyd, Jones has continued to experi...
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Raymond Ray-Jones (31 August 1886 in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire - 26 February 1942 in Carbis Bay near St Ives, Cornwall) was an English painter and etcher. == Life and career == Born Raymond Jones, he was the eldest son and second child of Samuel Shepley Jones, a cabinet maker, and his wife Mart...
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