Armand Hammerindustrialist, art collector, philanthropistBorn: 5/21/1898Birthplace: New York City As the son of a Russian immigrant and doctor, Hammer in many respects followed in his father? Armand Assante
actorBorn: 10/4/1949Birthplace: New York City
A versatile leading and supporting player known for his dark, sexy good looks, he has appeared in numerous movies, including? (Encyclopedia) Schwerner, Chaney, and Goodman, American civil-rights workers in the South during the 1960s. Michael Schwerner (b. 1939) and Andrew Goodman (b. 1943), both white New Yorkers, went to? (Encyclopedia) Fallires, Armand rmN fly?r, 1841?1931, president of the French republic (1906?13). A lawyer, he became a member of the chamber of deputies in 1876. He was a member of various? (Encyclopedia) Hammer, Armand, 1898?1990, American business executive, b. New York City. He began in his father's pharmaceutical business and then expanded it into the Soviet Union. He returned? (Encyclopedia) Fizeau, Armand Hippolyte Louis rmN ?pl?t lw? f?z?, 1819?96, French physicist. The first to measure (1849) the velocity of light in air, he also determined its speed in water. He? The ringleader of the murders, Edgar Ray Killen, was convicted on June 21, 2005, the 41st anniversary of the crimes
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