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Stephen Curry

Name at birth: Wendell Stephen "Steph" Curry IIStephen "Steph" Curry is a basketball player for the Golden State Warriors, a smooth-shooting point guard who in 2015 was named the Most Valuable Player …

Stephen HIGGINSON

HIGGINSON, Stephen, a Delegate from Massachusetts; born in Salem, Mass., November 28, 1743; attended the common schools; engaged in mercantile pursuits and was an active and successful shipmast…

Helen Stephens

Helen StephensBorn: Feb. 3, 1918Track & Field set 3 world records in 100-yard dash and 4 more in 100 meters in 1935-36; won gold medals in 100 meters and 4x100-meter relay in 1936 Olympics…

Woody Stephens

Woody StephensBorn: Sept. 1, 1913Horse racing trainer who saddled an unprecedented 5 straight winners in Belmont Stakes (1982-86); also had two Kentucky Derby winners (1974,84) and one Preakne…

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking was the world's best-known theoretical physicist from the 1980s until his death in 2018 . He was an expert on black holes, and his stated intention was to unify quantum mechanics with …

Stephen King

Since the early 1970s, Stephen King has been America's most famous horror writer. His books are a mainstay of paperback bookracks everywhere, and have spawned a multi-media franchise that includes mov…

Stephen Malkmus

Stephen MalkmusMatador It's been more than a decade since Stephen Malkmus spearheaded Pavement's rather unlikely rise from obscurity to quirky college rock heroes. But now that the band has pa…

Stephen HOPKINS

HOPKINS, Stephen, a Delegate from Rhode Island; born in Providence, R.I., March 7, 1707; attended the public schools; was raised on a farm in the town of Scituate, Providence County; member of …

Philander STEPHENS

STEPHENS, Philander, a Representative from Pennsylvania; born near Montrose, Susquehanna County, Pa., in 1788; received a limited education; engaged in agricultural and mercantile pursuits; cor…

Stephen BAKER

BAKER, Stephen, a Representative from New York; born in New York City, August 12, 1819; attended the common schools; engaged as importer and jobber in woolen goods; moved to Poughkeepsie, Dutch…