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(Encyclopedia) Alans or Alani: see Sarmatia .

Brooke, Alan Francis

(Encyclopedia) Brooke, Alan Francis: see Alanbrooke, Alan Francis Brooke, 1st Viscount .

Lomax, Alan

(Encyclopedia) Lomax, Alan: see under Lomax, John Avery .

MacDiarmid, Alan Graham

(Encyclopedia) MacDiarmid, Alan Graham, 1927–2007, American chemist, b. Masterton, New Zealand, Ph.D. Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, 1953, Ph.D. Cambridge, 1955. MacDiarmid was on the…

Seeger, Alan

(Encyclopedia) Seeger, Alan, 1888–1916, American poet, b. New York City, grad. Harvard, 1910. During World War I he served in the French Foreign Legion and was killed in battle in 1916…

Hulse, Russell Alan

(Encyclopedia) Hulse, Russell Alan, 1950–, American astrophysicist, b., New York City, Ph.D. Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst, 1975. Hulse was a researcher at the Princeton's plasma…

Hovhaness, Alan

(Encyclopedia) Hovhaness, Alan hōvhä´nəs [key], 1911–2000, American composer, b. Somerville, Mass., as Alan Vaness Chakmakjian. Hovhaness was of Armenian and Scottish descent, and many…

Gilbert, Alan

(Encyclopedia) Gilbert, Alan, 1967–, American conductor and violinist, b. New York City, studied Harvard (B.A., 1989), Juilliard (M.A, 1994), and Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia…

Beutler, Bruce Alan

(Encyclopedia) Beutler, Bruce Alan, 1957–, American immunologist and geneticist, b. Chicago, Ill., M.D. Univ. of Chicago, 1981. Beutler has been a professor and physician at Rockefeller…