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Philosopher, Scholar, Mathematician, Architect, Illustrator, Astronomer, Physicist, Academic Author / 1635 - 1703
Robert Hooke was an English philosopher, mathematician and architect who discovered the law of elasticity, now known as Hooke's law.
Saint Katharine Drexel
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Comedian, Dancer, Singer, Philanthropist, Television Personality / 1913 - 1987
Actor and comedian Danny Kaye was enormously popular across stage, radio, TV and movie venues for his singing, dancing, impersonations and improvisations.
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profile name: Robert Hooke profile occupation: Philosopher, Scholar, Mathematician, Architect, Illustrator, Astronomer, Physicist, Academic Author
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profile name: Danny Kaye profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor, Comedian, Dancer, Singer, Philanthropist, Television Personality
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profile name: Lou Costello profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor
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profile name: Saint Katharine Drexel profile occupation: Missionary, Nun, Saint
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profile name: Johann Pachelbel profile occupation: Songwriter
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profile name: Carlos Marcello profile occupation: Organized Crime Boss
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