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What did Alan Turing do?

Allan Turing is the father of modern computers and Artificial  intelligence. He not only cracked the Nazi code but also helped the  allies win tactical positions and hence m (MORE)

Who is Alan Titchmarsh?

Alan Titchmarsh is a gardener, TV show presenter and author. His is mostly known for his gardening, but has his own TV show and has written roughly about 7 books.
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Who is Alan Murphy?

Alan Murphy is an English session guitarist whose work spans the period from about 1973 to 1989, when his life was tragically cut short from an AIDS-related illness. Alan pl (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Who is Alan Bakke?

Alan Bakke (white man) had higher qualifications than the minorities (black people), but he was turned down. He took the confusion to court and the supreme court stated that " (MORE)

What is Wilson disease?

it is a rare diorder of abnormal copper metabolism and is characterised by: hepatolenticular degeneration. copper get deposited in abnormal amounts in liver and lenticular nuc (MORE)

Who is Diane Wilson?

  "Diane Wilson, former long-time member of the Watchtower organization, has written a veritable "spiritual thriller", describing her dramatic journey to psychological fre (MORE)

Who is dayja Wilson?

  Supposedly invented the first wig...but no one could really ever tell because Native Americans used them way before anyone else.
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How do you use disambiguation in a sentence?

The word "disambiguation" is a noun, a word for wording that  has undergone clarification, from which ambiguity has been removed.   A noun is used as the subject of a sen (MORE)

Who is Alan Chokov?

Business Catalyst, Creator & Investor in  Internet Sports & Entertainment Venues.  Founder/CEO of MyLifeSports.net, ( a division  of Kids2ProSports and MySportsLegacy, the (MORE)