David Davies

[footballer born 1888] David Walter Davies (born 1 October 1888, date of death unknown) was a Welsh footballer who played for Oldham Athletic and Sheffield United in the Football League First Division. He also made two appearances for Wales. He was born in Treharris, Wales. ==Club career== Davies was a former miner who made his league débu...
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David Davies

[footballer born 1879] David Charles Davies (1879 – 13 September 1956) was a Welsh footballer who played at outside-left for various minor sides around the turn of the twentieth century as well as making two appearances for Wales. ==Football career== Davies was born in Talgarth, Breconshire and started his football career with the local v...
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David Davies

[electrical engineer] Sir David Evan Naunton Davies, known as Den Davies or David `DEN` Davies, (born 1935) is a British electrical engineer and educator. He was knighted for services to science in 1994. 1985-1988: Head of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University College London (UCL), and holder of the Pender Ch...
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David Davies

[rugby league born c. 1915] David `Dai` M. Davies is a Welsh professional rugby league footballer of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, playing at representative level for Wales, and at club level for Salford, as a prop or second-row, i.e. number 8 or 10, or 11 or 12, during the era of contested scrums. ==International honours== Davies won nine ca...
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David Davies

[rugby league born c. 1905] David `Dai` Morgan Davies was a Welsh professional rugby league footballer of the 1920s and 1930s, playing at representative level for Wales, and at club level for Broughton Rangers, Warrington, Huddersfield, and Keighley, as a scrum half/half back, i.e. number 7. Dai Davies was on the losing side in four Challen...
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David Davies

[rugby league] David B. Davies was a Welsh professional rugby league footballer of the 1900s and `10s, playing at representative level for Wales, and Welsh League XIII, and at club level for Merthyr Tydfil, Swinton, and Oldham, as a {rlp|PR}, or {rlp|SR}, i.e. number 8 or 10, or, 11 or 12, during the era of contested scrums. ==International...
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David Davies

[artist] David Davies (21 May 1864 – 26 March 1939) was an Australian artist associated with the Heidelberg School, the first significant Western art movement in Australia. Davies was born in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Davies attended art classes at the Ballarat School of Mines and Industries. Later one of his paintings, `The Burden a...
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David Davies

[Dai`r Cantwr] David Davies, also known as Dai`r Cantwr (David the singer) (c. 1812–1874), was a Welsh poet and lay-preacher. He was convicted and sentenced to transportation to Australia for his actions during the Rebecca Riots. ==Early life== Davies was born in the parish of Llancarfan in about 1812 to John and Mary Davies, his father i...
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David Davies

[musician] David Davies (born 1954) is a British flautist, conductor and composer. He was born in Dunfermline, Scotland. ==Career== His professional career began as a flautist and he held principal positions in the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the Scottish Opera Orchestra. He appeared as a guest with many of Britain’s leading orc...
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David Davies

[Llandinam] == Upload == ==Summary== In a classic Tesla coil the primary drives the ground end of the secondary coil to form the driver transformer, which resonates the entire secondary coil. In the magnifying transmitter the driving and resonating parts of the secondary are separate coils. From a circuit analysis standpoint, there is littl...
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David Davies

[dairyman] Sir David Davies (20 December 1870 – 25 April 1958), was a Welsh Conservative politician. Davies was born in Tregaron, west Wales. His father, John Davies, was a smallhoder living at Ty`nycae, a few miles outside the town in Ceredigion. Like many of his contemporaries he left the Teifi Valley to work in the city as a deliverer ...
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David Davies

[swimmer] David Davies (born 3 March 1985) is a Welsh Commonwealth Games and Olympic distance swimmer. Born in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, Davies swam for Wales at the 2002 and 2006 Commonwealth Games and represented Great Britain at the 2004, 2008 Olympics and 2012 Olympics. As of the end of 2010, he held the British Records in the 400, 800 ...
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David Davies

[football administrator] David Davies, OBE (born 1948) is a British broadcaster and football administrator, formerly Executive Director of The Football Association. He previously worked as sports correspondent for BBC Midlands Today as well as a co-presenter alongside Kay Alexander and Sue Beardsmore from 1988 until 1994, and also appeared ...
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David Davies

[Welsh politician] David Thomas Charles Davies, MP (born 27 July 1970) is a British Conservative Party politician. He is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Monmouth in South Wales. Davies is also a Special Constable with British Transport Police. == Background == Davies was born in London and was educated at Bassaleg School, Bassaleg, a subu...
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David Davies

[clergyman] David Davies (1741–1819) was a Welsh clergyman in the Church of England. He was educated at Jesus College, Oxford. He was Rector of Barkham in Berkshire from 1781 until his death. Davies studied the condition of the labouring poor, recorded statistics of their wages, cost of food, etc. in various districts of England and Scotl...
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David Davies

[industrialist] David Davies (18 December 1818 – 20 July 1890) was a Welsh industrialist and Liberal politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1874 and 1886. Davies was often known as David Davies Llandinam (from the place of his birth, Llandinam in Powys), to differentiate him from others of the same name. He is best remembered ...
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David Davies

[actor] David Davies is an English actor best known for his portrayal of Shakespeare`s characters and for playing leading parts when he was the Company Manager of The GB Theatre Company. ==Early life== Davies was born on 12 February, and moved from Hounslow, London with his family to Perth, Western Australia. He studied acting at The Nation...
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David Davies

[Australian politician] David Mortimer Davies (c.1840 – 18 June 1894) was a politician in colonial Victoria (Australia). Davies was born in Blaina, Monmouthshire, Wales, son of Thomas Davies, a miner, and his wife Annie, née Lewis. Davies was educated for the ministry at the Brecon Independent College, in that principality, but, his view...
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David Davies

[Archdeacon of Llandaff] Born in Carmarthenshire, he was educated at Llandovery College, Shrewsbury School and Jesus College, Oxford and ordained in 1882. After curacies in Conwy and Cardiff he held incumbencies in Newcastle, Bridgend, Canton, Cardiff and Dinas Powis. He was Surroage for the Diocese of Llandaff from 1907; and a Canon Reside...
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David Davies

[actor born 1906] David Lewis Davies (3 April 1906 – June 1974), was a Welsh stage and film actor. At 6` 4` he was often cast as a heavy, police officer or in a military or authoritarian role, such as Mr. Arrow, the first mate and enforcer outwitted by Long John Silver in Disney`s Treasure Island. Davies appeared mainly in British film an...
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David Davies

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