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  • '''Mark Alexander''' may refer to: *[[Mark Alexander (painter)]] (born 1966), British artist
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  • '''Marc Alexander''' may refer to: * [[Marc Alexander]], a New Zealand politician
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  • * [[Flex Alexander]], Mark Alexander Knox (b. 1970), an American actor and comedian * {{intitle}}
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  • * [[Mark González]] * [[Alexander Witt]]
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  • ...'' by the printer John Danter on 6 February 1594, where the entry "A booke intitled a Noble Roman Historye of Tytus Andronicus" is immediately followed by "E ...publisher)|Thomas Millington]] sold his share in the copyright of "A booke intitled a Noble Roman Historye of Tytus Andronicus" (which Danter had initially e
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  • ...United States – the former [[United States Secretary of the Treasury]] [[Alexander Hamilton]] was killed in a duel against the sitting [[Vice President of t ...st fatal duel between Englishmen in England occurred in 1845, when [[James Alexander Seton]] had an altercation with Henry Hawkey over the affections of his w
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  • ...n]] - [[Aswan Dam]] - [[Asyut]] - [[Aten]] - [[Atenism]] - [[Athanasius of Alexandria]] - [[Atum]] - [[Avaris]] ...]] - [[Berenice II]] - [[Berenice III of Egypt]] - [[Bes]] - [[Bibliotheca Alexandrina]] - [[Bintanath]] - [[Block statue (Egyptian)]] - ''[[Book of the Dead]
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  • ...collapse of the Western Empire]] by the end of the 5th century is taken to mark the end of [[Late Antiquity]]. A [[Lombards|Lombard]] [[kingdom of the Lomb ...evolt|Sicily]]. Antony settled in Egypt with his lover, [[Cleopatra VII]]. Mark Antony's affair with Cleopatra was seen as an act of treason, since she was
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  • ...e.com/books?id=eIhHTre5wYoC&pg=PT206&dq=%22Le+génie+du+Mal%22+intitle:500+intitle:chefs&lr=&as_drrb_is=q&as_minm_is=0&as_miny_is=&as_maxm_is=0&as_maxy_is=&a ...e.com/books?id=eIhHTre5wYoC&pg=PT206&dq=%22Le+génie+du+Mal%22+intitle:500+intitle:chefs&lr=&as_drrb_is=q&as_minm_is=0&as_miny_is=&as_maxm_is=0&as_maxy_is=&a
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  • ...ted names = Martyn, Martti, [[Marta (name)|Marta]], Martino, [[Mark (name)|Mark]], [[Marcus (name)|Marcus]] ...e connected with children of orphanages, like [[Alexandre (disambiguation)|Alexandre]], which was never a common first name in the Middle Ages but now appears
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  • * [[Alexander H. Wells]] (d. 1857), New York lawyer, newspaper editor and politician * [[Alexander D Wells]] (born 1964), musician and salsa dancer living in Malta
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  • ...om Emlyn]] and [[Thomas Bayly Howell]]) was made by Alexander Simpson.<ref>Alexander Simpson, ''A Treatise on Federal Impeachments'' (1916), pp. 122–4; [htt ...son, and Franciscan Friar; who having written a popish and feditious Book, intitled, Deus natura gratia, wherein the Thirty-nine Articles of the Church of En
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  • * [[Alexander Downes]] (1868{{ndash}}1950), Australian-born rugby player and cricketer * [[Mark Downes]] (born 1974), English cricketer
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