Rodolfo Abrantes
Rodolfo Gonçalves Leite de Abrantes (born September 20, 1972 in Sobradinho, DF) is a Brazilian hardcore punk singer and electric guitar player. He was the vocalist and former leader of the Brazilian b...
Harry A. Ironside
Henry Allen "Harry" Ironside (October 14, 1876 – January 15, 1951) was a Canadian-American Bible teacher, preacher, theologian, pastor, and author.
Ironside was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, t...
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Kaloost Vartan
Pacradooni Kaloost Vartan was the son of a poor Armenian tailor, he was born in Constantinople in 1835 and founded the Nazareth Hospital, the first hospital in Ottoman Galilee.
Vartan attended Con...
Mathieu Kérékou
Mathieu Kérékou, (born 2 September 1933) was President of Benin from 1972 to 1991 and again from 1996 to 2006. After seizing power in a military coup, he ruled the country for 17 years, for most of th...
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Georges Sada
General Georges Hormiz Sada (aka Gewargis or George Hormis; Arabic: كوركيس هرمز ساده, Syriac: ܓܘܪܓܝܣ ܗܪܡܙ ܣܕܐ; born 1941) is an Iraqi of ethnic Assyrian descent, an author, former Iraqi National Secur...
Charles Randal Smith
Charles Randal Smith is a former Canadian pathologist who was the head pediatric forensic pathologist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, from 1982 to 2003. The quality of his autop...
David Nyvall
David Nyvall (January 19, 1863 – February 6, 1946) was a Swedish immigrant to the United States and church leader who helped shape the Evangelical Covenant Church and establish North Park University i...
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Ngaire Thomas
Ngaire Ruth Thomas (1943-17 March 2012, first name pronounced Nyree) was a New Zealand author who wrote the book Behind Closed Doors about her life in a conservative Christian sect, the Exclusive bran...
Harold Keke
Harold Keke (born 1971) is a Solomon Islands warlord involved with the Guadalcanal Revolutionary Army (GRA).
The grandson of one of the founders of the South Seas Evangelical Church in Australia, ...
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