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Giambono, Michele

(Encyclopedia) Giambono, Michele mk´l jämb´n, fl.1420–62, Venetian mosaicist and painter, whose original name was Michele Giovanni Boni. One of the last exponents of the international Gothic…

Robert Henry MICHEL, Congress, IL (1923)

MICHEL Robert Henry , a Representative from Illinois; born in Peoria, Peoria County, Ill., March 2, 1923; attended the public schools; served with the Thirty-ninth Infantry Regiment as a combat…

Doug Michels 2003 Deaths

Doug MichelsAge: 59 avant-garde artist and architect who, with Chip Lord, created Ant Farm, an “underground” architectural firm. The group created “Cadillac Ranch,” an installation of 10…

Roberts, Richard John

(Encyclopedia) Roberts, Richard John, 1943–, British biochemist, Ph.D., Univ. of Sheffield, 1968. Roberts joined James D. Watson's Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York in 1972, becoming…

Lee, Michele

actress, singerBirthplace: Los AngelesBorn: 6/24/42

Brewer's: Michel

or Cousin Michael. A German. Michel means a dolt; thus the French call a fool who allows himself to be taken in by thimble-rigs and card tricks mikel. In Old French the word mice occurs,…

Michel Mirowski

Michel MirowskiBorn: 1924Birthplace: Warsaw, Poland Implantable defibrillator—Heilman, Langer, Mower, and Mirowski: This team of doctors developed the implantable defibrillator, an internal…

Lea Michele

Name at birth: Lea Michele SarfatiLea Michele plays tightly-wound super-student Rachel Berry in the TV series Glee. By the time that series started in 2009, Michele was already a veteran of the New…

Michel Legrand

Michel Legrand was the French musician, singer and composer best known for his movie scores, including the Oscar-winning song "The Windmills of Your Mind" from the 1968 Steve McQueen movie The Thomas…