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Evergreen (film)
Evergreen is a 1934 Gaumont British musical film, starring Jessie Matthews as a music hall singer, based on the 1930 musical Ever Green, also starring Matthews. Matthews had a dual role as both mother and daughter.

Evergreen (Into a Circle song)
Final single from 80's group Into A Circle, released in the UK in 1988 on Abstract Records from their debut album Assassins.*7" *12" Evergreen, Beiruit , Evergreen - Lyrics :

Evergreen (Love Theme from A Star Is Born)
"Evergreen " is the theme song from the 1976 film A Star Is Born. It was composed and performed by Barbra Streisand with lyrics by Paul Williams. The song was released on the soundtrack album to A Star Is Born.

Evergreen (software)
Evergreen is an open source Integrated Library System , initially developed by the for Public Information Network for Electronic Services , a statewide resource-sharing consortium with over 270 member libraries.

Evergreen (The Twilight Zone)
"Evergreen" is the first episode of the science fiction television series 2002 revival of The Twilight Zone. The episode aired September 18, 2002 on UPN. This episode deals with the dangers of mass psychology, a common theme in classic Twilight Zone episodes.- Opening narration :- Plot :Jenna is a rebellious teenager

Evergreen (Westlife song)
"Evergreen" is a pop song, co-written by Jörgen Elofsson, Per Magnusson and David Kreuger, and originally recorded by Westlife. The song appears on their album World of Our Own, and was released as a single, only in the Philippines, where it reached number 3 due to the insistent demand of their fans

Evergreening
Evergreening refers to a variety of legal and business strategies by which technology producers with patents over products that are about to expire, retain rent from them by either taking out new patents or by buying out or frustrating competitors, for longer periods of time than would normally be permissible

Everlasting
Everlasting may refer to:* Everlasting life, the concept of physical or spiritual immortality-Plants:Everlastings , species in a group of genera in the family Asteraceae, including;

Everlasting (EP)
Everlasting is a release by Refused. This EP is considered more "metallic" then previous releases.-Track listing:#"Burn It" – 3:13#"Symbols" – 3:41#"Sunflower Princess" – 2:00#"Everlasting" – 2:29#"I Am Not Me" – 3:08#"The Real" – 2:34

Evermore
Evermore are a band originally from Feilding, New Zealand, now based in Melbourne, Australia. The band consists of the Hume brothers – Jon , Peter and Dann

Evermore (book)
Evermore is an anthology of short stories about or in honor of Edgar Allan Poe and edited by James Robert Smith and Stephen Mark Rainey. It was released in 2006 by Arkham House in an edition of approximately 2,000 copies.- Contents :

Every Man for Himself
Every Man for Himself may refer to:*Every Man for Himself , an Our Gang short subject*Every Man for Himself , a film by Jean-Luc Godard

Every Now and Then
Every Now and Then may refer to:* "Every Now and Then", a 1935 popular song written by Al Sherman, Al Lewis and Abner Silver* "Every Now and Then", a song by Garth Brooks from The Chase

Every Second
"Every Second" is a single by American country music artist Collin Raye. It was the third single released from his debut album, All I Can Be.-Chart performance:

Everybody (album)
Everybody is an album by The Sea and Cake, released on May 8, 2007. It was the band's first release in four years, following 2003's One Bedroom, and was released on Thrill Jockey.-Packaging:

Everybody (Keith Urban song)
"Everybody" is a single by Australian country music artist Keith Urban. It is the fourth and final single released from his 2006 studio album Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing. The song reached a peak of #5 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts in early 2008. It is part of the tracklist for Now That's What I Call Country

Everybody (Stabilo song)
"Everybody" is a song by Canadian rock band Stabilo. Originally released from Stabilo Boss, and was again released on Cupid?. Both times it was a single, though much of the production of later versions seem to echo the direction of its 2000 Producer, Matthew J Doughty .Air time for Everybody, and Stabilo, started when a DJ at the Vancouver's XFM

Everybody (Turtles4 single)
"Everybody" is a single by the Jpop group "Turtles4" and is used as the third and current opening theme for the Japanese dub of the 2003 Ninja Turtles series. It was written by "Turtles4" and composed by Jeff Miyahara, Koma2, & Kaz. It was released by Nippon Crown Records on November 21, 2007 in Japan only and is coupled with the song "Tomorrow"

Everybody Else
-History:Everybody Else was formed by Carrick Moore Gerety and Mikey McCormack after both moved to the Los Angeles area. Both had relocated with bands, hoping to win fame on the West Coast; Moore Gerety had been in a group called The Push Kings, a local band from Boston, and McCormack had been in Waking Hours

Everyday
Everyday may refer to:Albums* Everyday , or the title song * Everyday , or the title song* Everyday * Everyday, by ActivSongs

Everyday (Buddy Holly song)
"Everyday" is a song written by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty, recorded by Buddy Holly and the Crickets on May 29, 1957 and released on September 20, 1957 as the B-side to "Peggy Sue". On the original single the Crickets are not mentioned, but it is known that Holly plays acoustic guitar; drummer Jerry Allison slaps his hands on his lap for percussion; Joe B

Everyday (video)
Everyday is a viral video produced by American photographer Noah Kalina. It features a fast montage of thousands of pictures of Kalina spanning a period of six years all played sequentially.-Video:

Everyman
In literature and drama, the term everyman has come to mean an ordinary individual, with whom the audience or reader is supposed to be able to identify easily, and who is often placed in extraordinary circumstances

Everyman (comics)
Everyman, in comics, may refer to:* Everyman , a DC Comics character* Everyman , a Marvel Comics character

Everyman (DC Comics)
Everyman is a fictional supervillain published by DC Comics. He debuted in 52 #21 , and was created by Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka, Mark Waid, Keith Giffen and Joe Bennett

Everyman (Marvel Comics)
Everyman is a fictional character in the Marvel Universe.-Publication history:The Everyman first appeared in Captain America #267 and was created by J. M. DeMatteis and Mike Zeck

Everyone (album)
Everyone is an album by Reuben Morgan released in November 2006. All songs except the first, "All for You", have been released on Hillsong live praise and worship albums

Everything
Everything , is all that exists; the opposite of nothing, or its complement. The totality of things relevant to some subject matter. Without expressed or implied limits, it may refer to anything. The Universe is often defined as everything that exists

Everything (Alanis Morissette song)
"Everything" is a pop/rock song written by Alanis Morissette and released as the first single from her fourth studio album So-Called Chaos.The song was featured in the 2006 film Clerks II, and is included in the soundtrack.-Release and reception:

Everything (band)
Everything is a pop/rock band from Virginia. They were most active in the mid to late '90s and early '00s. The band was formed in 1989 by students at James Madison University

Everything (Buckcherry song)
"Everything" is the eighth single by Buckcherry, and third from their third album, 15. The song is about a relationship that isn't working out as well as the two partners would want it to be, and they say if they had "everything", their problems may be solved

Everything (EP)
Everything is an EP released by American country music artist Chely Wright. This is Wright's first EP and first release on her own record company, Painted Red. The album features the video hit "Back of the Bottom Drawer" along with four demos

Everything (Faye Wong album)
Everything is a 1990 album recorded by Chinese Cantopop singer Faye Wong when she was based in Hong Kong. The title song is the Cantonese version of Jody Watley's 1989 hit.-Track listing:# 巴黎塔尖 - Paris Eiffel Tower Tip

Everything (Fefe Dobson song)
"Everything" was the third single released from Fefe Dobson's self-titled debut album.Dobson made many appearances on MTV's TRL to promote the single, including a performance

Everything (It's You)
"Everything " is the thirteenth single released by Japanese rock band Mr. Children on February 5, 1997. The song was the theme song of Japanese television drama Koi no Vacance. The single debuted at No

Everything (Mary J. Blige song)
"Everything" is a 1997 song by R&B singer Mary J. Blige. Written and produced by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis,it was released as the third single from Blige's third album, Share My World.-Recording:

Everything (Michael Bublé song)
"Everything" is a Grammy Award-nominated single by Michael Bublé from his 2007 album Call Me Irresponsible. Unlike most of Bublé's other music, this song carries an adult contemporary sound. Bublé wrote "Everything" for his then girlfriend Emily Blunt. He explained: "I wrote that song about the great happiness of real love, but at the same time I was making a statement about the world

Everything (Misia single)
"Everything" is Misia's seventh single, released on October 25, 2000. It debuted atop of the singles chart and held the position for four non-consecutive weeks

Everything (Mr. Children album)
Everything, is the first mini-album, and debut album, by Japanese Japanese rock band Mr. Children on May 10, 1992. The album debuted on the Japanese Oricon music charts at #25 and sold 451,440 copies during its run on the chart

Everything (Tout)
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About R. Stevie Moore But Were Afraid To Ask is a double 12" vinyl record album by DIY home recording pioneer and one-man band R. Stevie Moore. The 36-track 2-LP set was issued by New Rose Records of Paris, France in March 1984

Everywhere
Everywhere may refer to:* Everywhere , a 1997 Tim McGraw album** "Everywhere" , title track from the album* "Everywhere" , a 1987 song* "Everywhere" , a 2001 song

Everywhere (Fleetwood Mac song)
"Everywhere" is a single released by the British-American band Fleetwood Mac from their album Tango in the Night. It was released in the UK on February 24, 1988 and reached # 4. In the United States, it was released a little earlier on November 28, 1987 and reached number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and went to #1 on the U.S

Everywhere (Tim McGraw song)
"Everywhere" is the title of a song written by Mike Reid and Craig Wiseman, and recorded by American country music singer Tim McGraw. It was released in July 1997 as the second single from his album of the same name. The song reached the top of the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and peaked at number 2 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada

Evidence
Evidence in its broadest sense includes everything that is used to determine or demonstrate the truth of an assertion. Giving or procuring evidence is the process of using those things that are either presumed to be true, or were themselves proven via evidence, to demonstrate an assertion's truth

Evidence (disambiguation)
Evidence, in its broadest sense includes everything that is used to determine or demonstrate the truth of an assertion.Evidence may also refer to:*Scientific evidence*Evidence , which governs testimony and exhibits presented in a case

Evidence (Faith No More song)
"Evidence" is a song by Faith No More, released as the third and final single from their fifth studio album, King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime. Like the other releases from the album, it failed to chart in the US; however, the song had moderate success in the UK and Australia

Evidence (Tara MacLean song)
"Evidence" is a song by Tara MacLean, from her album Silence, first released in 1995.

Evil (2005 film)
Evil, also known as Το Κακό in Greek, is 2005 Greek zombie horror film. The movie is notable for being the first Greek zombie movie.-Plot:Three construction workers discover an abandoned cave and are promptly attacked by a creature not shown on screen

Evil (Howlin' Wolf song)
"Evil", sometimes listed as "Evil ", is a Chicago blues standard written by Willie Dixon. Howlin' Wolf, also known as Chester Burnett, recorded the song for Chess Records in 1954. It was included on the 1959 compilation album Moanin' in the Moonlight

Evil (Ladytron song)
"Evil" is the third single from the album Light & Magic by the electronic music group Ladytron. It was released in 2003 and reached a position of #44 on the UK Singles Chart.-CD 1 single:#"Evil" – 4:13#"Oops " – 2:50

Evil Laugh
Evil Laugh is independent film/horror film/splatter/slasher, that touched on a tongue-in-cheek approach, with avid Fangoria reader Barney providing the voice of reason.-Cast:

Evil twin (disambiguation)
Evil twin may refer to:* Evil twin, a literary device found in many soap operas and other television series* Evil twin , a method used to facilitate phishing

Evil Twin (film)
Evil Twin is a 2007 South Korean horror film.- Plot :When an accident claims the life of her twin sister, So-yeon falls into a coma from which she awakes ten years later. However, a series of mysterious killings starts to take place upon her recovery, and she seemingly takes on her sister's personality traits

Evil twin (wireless networks)
Evil twin is a term for a rogue Wi-Fi access point that appears to be a legitimate one offered on the premises, but actually has been set up by a hacker to eavesdrop on wireless communications among Internet surfers.

Evin (disambiguation)
Evin can refer to:A place*Evin , a neighbourhood in north Tehran, Iran*Evin Prison, a prison in north TehranA name* Evin , a popular Kurdish female name, which means 'love'. It can also be spelt 'Avin'

Evince
Evince is a document viewer for PDF, PostScript, DjVu, TIFF and DVI designed for the GNOME desktop environment.The developers of Evince intended to replace the multiple GNOME document viewers with a single and simple application. The Evince motto sums up the project aim: "Simply a Document Viewer".GNOME has included Evince since the release of GNOME 2.12 in September 2005

Evisceration
An evisceration is the removal of the eye's contents, leaving the scleral shell and extraocular muscles intact. The procedure is usually performed to reduce pain or improve cosmesis in a blind eye, as in cases of endophthalmitis unresponsive to antibiotics

Evisceration
Evisceration is the removal of viscera . This can refer to:*disembowelment, removal of the internal organs of an animal or person.

Evisceration (autotomy)
Evisceration is a method of autotomy involving the ejection of internal organs used by animals as a defensive strategy.*Sea cucumbers eject parts of the gut in order to scare predators. The gut can then be regenerated in a few days by cells in the interior of the sea cucumber.

Evocation
Evocation is the act of calling or summoning a spirit, demon, god or other supernatural agent, in the Western mystery tradition. Comparable practices exist in many religions and magical traditions.-Evocation in the Western mystery tradition:

Evoke
Evoke may refer to:* E'voke, a British female vocal duo* Evoke , a 2005 electro-industrial album* Evoke , the largest demoparty held annually in Germany* Evoke Records, an independent record label

Evoke (album)
Evoke is a 2005 album by the German industrial music project :wumpscut:.-Track listing:# “Maiden” – 5:14# “Churist Churist” – 3:46# “Don’t Go” – 4:30# “Evoke” – 5:31# “Tomb” – 5:31# “Hold” – 4:58# “Krolok” – 4:37# “Breathe” – 3:26# “Rush” – 4:44

Evolution (Dove)
Evolution is an advertising campaign launched by Unilever in 2006 as part of its Dove Campaign for Real Beauty, to promote the newly created Dove Self-Esteem Fund. The centre of the Unilever campaign is a 75-second spot produced by Ogilvy & Mather in Toronto, Canada

Evolution (Edge of Sanity album)
Evolution is a best of compilation album by the Swedish death metal band Edge of Sanity, released by Black Mark Productions on November 29, 1999

Joey Greco
Joel S.Greco or better known by his stage name Joey Greco in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is an American television personality, perhaps best known for hosting the reality TV show Cheaters. Greco was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and raised in the Bronx, New York

Joey Jordison
Joey Jordison , is an American musician, songwriter, and record producer, best known for his work as the drummer for the nu metal band Slipknot. He grew up in Waukee, Iowa with his parents and two sisters, and was given his first drum kit at the age of 8

Joey Ramone
Joey Ramone was an American vocalist and songwriter, best known as the lead vocalist in the punk rock band the Ramones. Joey Ramone's image, voice and tenure as frontman of the Ramones made him a countercultural icon.-Early life:Joey Ramone was born Jeffry Hyman to parents Noel and Charlotte Hyman

Joey Scouts (Australia)
Joey Scouts is the section of Scouts Australia for the youngest age group in Scouting. The section is named after a Joey which is a baby Kangaroo. Boys and girls aged 6 - 8 can join. They join what is called a Mob, made up of no more than 20 children. The word "Mob" is used because a group of Kangaroos is called a Mob

Joey Smallwood
Joseph Roberts "Joey" Smallwood, PC, CC was the main force that brought Newfoundland into the Canadian confederation, and became the first Premier of Newfoundland . As premier, he vigorously promoted economic development, championed the welfare state, and emphasized modernization of education and transportation

Joffrey Ballet
The Joffrey Ballet is a dance company in Chicago, Illinois, founded in 1956. From 1995 to 2004, the company was known as The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago. The company regularly performs classical ballets including Romeo & Juliet and The Nutcracker, while balancing those classics with pioneering modern dance pieces

Jog Falls
Jog Falls , created by the Sharavathi River falling from a height of is the second-highest plunge waterfall in India Located in Sagara, Karnataka Shimoga District of Karnataka state, these segmented falls are a major tourist attraction

Jogging
Jogging is a form of trotting or running at a slow or leisurely pace. The main intention is to increase fitness with less stress on the body than from faster running.-Definition:

Jogi
Jogi is a 2005 Kannada film with Shivrajkumar and Jennifer Kotwal in the lead roles; it was directed by Prem, who had previously directed Kariya. Jogi was released on 19 August 2005. Record box office collection was reported across Karnataka and the movie completed 100 days in more than 50 theaters

Johan Galtung
Johan Galtung is a Norwegian sociologist and the principal founder of the discipline of peace and conflict studies. He founded the Peace Research Institute Oslo in 1959, serving as its Director until 1970, and established the Journal of Peace Research in 1964

Johan Huizinga
Johan Huizinga , was a Dutch historian and one of the founders of modern cultural history.-Life:Born in Groningen as the son of Dirk Huizinga, a professor of physiology, and Jacoba Tonkens, who died two years after his birth, he started out as a student of Indo-Germanic languages, earning his degree in 1895

Johan Santana
Johan Alexander Santana Araque is a Major League Baseball left-handed starting pitcher who is currently playing for the New York Mets. He is a native of Venezuela.

Johann Baptist Cramer
Johann Baptist Cramer was an English musician of German origin. He was the son of Wilhelm Cramer, a famous London violinist and musical conductor, one of a numerous family who were identified with the progress of music during the 18th and 19th centuries.-Biography:Johann Baptist Cramer was born in Mannheim and was brought to London as a child,

Johann Bessler
Johann Ernst Elias Bessler was a German entrepreneur who demonstrated a series of devices that he claimed exhibited perpetual motion.-Life and career:

Johann Christoph Denner
Johann Christoph Denner , was a famous woodwind instrument maker of the Baroque era, to whom the invention of the clarinet is attributed.

Johann Ernst Hanxleden
Johann Ernst Hanxleden , known as Arnos Paathiri was a German Jesuit priest, missionary in India and a Malayalam/Sanskrit poet, grammarian, lexicographer, and philologist.-Journey to India:After doing philosophical studies in his

Johann Friedrich Blumenbach
Johann Friedrich Blumenbach was a German physician, physiologist and anthropologist, one of the first to explore the study of mankind as an aspect of natural history, whose teachings in comparative anatomy were applied to classification of what he called human races, of which he determined five.-Biography:Johann Friedrich Blumenbach was born at Gotha,

Johann Friedrich Höger
Johann Friedrich Höger was a German architect from Bekenreihe near Elmshorn, Schleswig-Holstein.His best-known work is the Brick Expressionist Chilehaus in Hamburg, constructed 1922-24 for saltpeter importer Henry B. Sloman

Johann Georg Hiedler
Johann Georg Hiedler was born to Martin Hiedler and Anna Maria Göschl . He was considered the officially accepted paternal grandfather of Adolf Hitler by the Third Reich

Johann Joachim Winckelmann
Johann Joachim Winckelmann was a German art historian and archaeologist. He was a pioneering Hellenist who first articulated the difference between Greek, Greco-Roman and Roman art

Johann Michael Fischer
Johann Michael Fischer was a German architect in the late Baroque period.

Johann Pachelbel
Johann Pachelbel was a German Baroque composer, organist and teacher, who brought the south German organ tradition to its peak. He composed a large body of sacred and secular music, and his contributions to the development of the chorale prelude and fugue have earned him a place among the most important composers of the middle Baroque era.Pachelbel's music enjoyed enormous

Johann Rupert
Johann Peter Rupert is the eldest son of the late South African business tycoon Anton Rupert and his wife Huberte Rupert. He is the chairman of the Swiss-based luxury-goods company Richemont as well as of the South Africa-based company Remgro

Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer, organist, harpsichordist, violist, and violinist whose sacred and secular works for choir, orchestra, and solo instruments drew together the strands of the Baroque period and brought it to its ultimate maturity

Johann Voldemar Jannsen
Johann Voldemar Jannsen was an Estonian journalist and poet active in Livonia.

Johann Wolfgang Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main
The Goethe University Frankfurt was founded in 1914 as a Citizens' University, which means that, while it was a State university of Prussia, it had been founded and financed by the wealthy and active liberal citizenry of Frankfurt am Main, a unique feature in German university history

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer, pictorial artist, biologist, theoretical physicist, and polymath. He is considered the supreme genius of modern German literature. His works span the fields of poetry, drama, prose, philosophy, and science. His Faust has been called the greatest long poem of modern European literature

Johann Zahn
Johann Zahn was the seventeenth-century German author of Oculus Artificialis Teledioptricus Sive Telescopium

Johannes Kepler
Johannes Kepler was a German mathematician, astronomer and astrologer. A key figure in the 17th century scientific revolution, he is best known for his eponymous laws of planetary motion, codified by later astronomers, based on his works Astronomia nova, Harmonices Mundi, and Epitome of Copernican Astronomy

Johannes Nicolaus Brønsted
Johannes Nicolaus Brønsted born in Varde was a Danish physical chemist.He received a degree in chemical engineering in 1899 and his Ph. D. in 1908 from the University of Copenhagen. He was immediately appointed professor of inorganic and physical chemistry at Copenhagen.In 1906 he published his first of many papers on electron affinity

Johannes Schmidt (linguist)
Johannes Friedrich Heinrich Schmidt was a German linguist. He developed the Wellentheorie of language development.-Biography:Schmidt was born in Prenzlau, Province of Brandenburg

Johannes Vermeer
Johannes, Jan or Johan Vermeer was a Dutch painter who specialized in exquisite, domestic interior scenes of middle class life. Vermeer was a moderately successful provincial genre painter in his lifetime

Johannesburg International Airport
OR Tambo International Airport is a large airport in Kempton Park, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, South Africa, near the city of Johannesburg. It serves as the primary airport for domestic and international travel to/from South Africa and is Africa's busiest airport with a capacity handle up to 28,000,000 passengers annually

Johari window
The Johari window is a technique created by Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham in 1955 in the United States, used to help people better understand their mental instability

John A. Dahlgren
John Adolphus Bernard Dahlgren was a United States Navy leader. He headed the Union Navy's ordnance department during the American Civil War and designed several different kinds of guns and cannons that were considered part of the reason the Union won the war

John A. Macdonald
Sir John Alexander Macdonald, GCB, KCMG, PC, PC , QC was the first Prime Minister of Canada. The dominant figure of Canadian Confederation, his political career spanned almost half a century

John Aaron
John W. Aaron is a former NASA engineer, and was a flight controller during the Apollo program. He is widely credited with saving the Apollo 12 mission when it was struck by lightning shortly after liftoff and played an important role during the Apollo 13 crisis, earning him the highly complimentary appellation of "a steely eyed missile man".- Early life :John Aaron was born in

John Aasen
John Aasen was an American silent film actor who was one of the tallest actors in history.-Early life:Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Aasen's mother, Kristi from Rollag in Numedal, was an extremely tall Norwegian woman of around 2.20 m in height John Aasen (March 5, 1890 – August 1, 1938) was an American silent film actor who was one of the tallest actors in history.-Early life:Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Aasen's mother, Kristi (Danielsen) from Rollag in Numedal, was an extremely tall Norwegian woman of around 2.20 m (almost 7 ft 3 inches) in height John Aasen (March 5, 1890 – August 1, 1938) was an American silent film actor who was one of the tallest actors in history.-Early life:Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Aasen's mother, Kristi (Danielsen) from Rollag in Numedal, was an extremely tall Norwegian woman of around 2.20 m (almost 7 ft 3 inches) in height (latest information from Sept

John Abizaid
John Philip Abizaid, AO is a retired General in the United States Army and former Commander of the United States Central Command , overseeing American military operations in a 27-country region, from the Horn of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, to South and Central Asia, covering much of the Middle East. CENTCOM oversees 250,000 US troops

John Adams
John Adams was an American lawyer, statesman, diplomat and political theorist. A leading champion of independence in 1776, he was the second President of the United States

John Ajvide Lindqvist
John Ajvide Lindqvist is a Swedish writer, mostly of horror novels and short stories. Ajvide Lindqvist grew up in the Stockholm suburb of Blackeberg. His debut novel Let the Right One In a romantic, social realistic vampire horror story published in 2004, enjoyed great success in Sweden and abroad

John Alexander Hopps
John Alexander "Jack" Hopps, Canadian, was one of the pioneers of the artificial pacemaker and is known as the "father of biomedical engineering in Canada".

John Anderson, 1st Viscount Waverley
John Anderson, 1st Viscount Waverley, GCB, OM, GCSI, GCIE, PC, PC was a British civil servant then politician who served as a minister under Neville Chamberlain and Winston Churchill as Home Secretary, Lord President of the Council and Chancellor of the Exchequer

John Anglin
John William Anglin was an American criminal who took part in the June 1962 Alcatraz escape and was never seen again.- Alcatraz :

John Archibald Wheeler
John Archibald Wheeler was an American theoretical physicist who was largely responsible for reviving interest in general relativity in the United States after World War II. Wheeler also worked with Niels Bohr in explaining the basic principles behind nuclear fission

John Aristotle Phillips
-"A-Bomb Kid":Phillips was born in August 1955 to Greek immigrant parents and raised in North Haven, Connecticut In 1976, while attending Princeton University as a junior undergraduate, he designed a nuclear weapon using publicly-available books and papers

John Arrowsmith (cartographer)
John Arrowsmith was an English geographer and member of the Arrowsmith family of geographers. He was born at Winston, County Durham.

John B. Callahan
John B. Callahan is the mayor of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He was the Democratic nominee in an unsuccessful 2010 bid for United States Representative for Pennsylvania's 15th congressional district.-Early life, education and career:

John B. Floyd
John Buchanan Floyd was the 31st Governor of Virginia, U.S. Secretary of War, and the Confederate general in the American Civil War who lost the crucial Battle of Fort Donelson.-Early life:

John B. Henderson
John Brooks Henderson was a United States Senator from Missouri and a co-author of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

John B. Watson
John Broadus Watson was an American psychologist who established the psychological school of behaviorism. Watson promoted a change in psychology through his address Psychology as the Behaviorist Views it which was given at Columbia University in 1913

John Baldwin (educator)
John Baldwin was an American educator, and the founder of Baldwin Institute in Berea, Ohio, which would eventually merge into Baldwin–Wallace College

John Barrymore
John Sidney Blyth , better known as John Barrymore, was an acclaimed American actor. He first gained fame as a handsome stage actor in light comedy, then high drama and culminating in groundbreaking portrayals in Shakespearean plays Hamlet and Richard III

John Basilone
John Basilone was a United States Marine Gunnery Sergeant who received the Medal of Honor for his actions at the Battle of Guadalcanal during World War II

John Batman
John Batman was an Australian grazier, businessman and explorer who is best known for his role in the founding of a settlement which became Melbourne and the colony of Victoria.-Life:

John Batterson Stetson
John Batterson Stetson was a U.S. hatter, hat manufacturer, and, in the 1860s, the inventor of the cowboy hat. He founded the John B. Stetson Company as a manufacturer of headwear; the company's hats are now commonly referred to simply as Stetsons.John Stetson was born in New Jersey, the 7th of 12 children. His father, Stephen Stetson, was a hatter

John Bell Hatcher
John Bell Hatcher was an American paleontologist and fossil hunter best known for discovering Torosaurus.-Biography:

John Bell Hood
John Bell Hood was a Confederate general during the American Civil War. Hood had a reputation for bravery and aggressiveness that sometimes bordered on recklessness

John Benitez
John Benitez, better known as "Jellybean Benitez" is an American drummer, guitarist, songwriter, DJ, remixer and music producer of Puerto Rican descent

John Bidwell
John Bidwell was known throughout California and across the nation as an important pioneer, farmer, soldier, statesman, politician, prohibitionist and philanthropist

John Blair
John Blair, Jr. was an American politician, Founding Father and jurist.Blair was one of the best-trained jurists of his day. A famous legal scholar, he avoided the tumult of state politics, preferring to work behind the scenes

John Bowne
John Bowne was an English immigrant residing in the Dutch colony of New Netherland, who is honored today as a pioneer in the American struggle for religious liberty.

John Boyd (military strategist)
Colonel John Boyd was a United States Air Force fighter pilot and Pentagon consultant of the late 20th century, whose theories have been highly influential in the military, sports, and business.-Biography:

John Boyd Dunlop
John Boyd Dunlop was a Scottish inventor. He was one of the founders of the rubber company that bore his name, Dunlop Pneumatic Tyre Company.

John Bradshaw (judge)
John Bradshaw was an English judge. He is most notable for his role as President of the High Court of Justice for the trial of King Charles I and as the first Lord President of the Council of State of the English Commonwealth.

John Braham
John Braham was a tenor opera singer born in London, England. His long career led him to become one of Europe's leading opera stars. He also wrote a number of songs, of minor importance, although The Death of Nelson is still remembered

John Britten
John Kenton Britten was a New Zealand mechanical engineer who designed a world-record-setting motorcycle with innovative features which are still ahead of contemporary design.-Biography:

John Broome (politician)
For persons with a similar name, see John BroomeJohn Broome was an American merchant and politician who was Lieutenant Governor of New York from 1804 to 1810.

John Brown (abolitionist)
John Brown was an American revolutionary abolitionist, who in the 1850s advocated and practiced armed insurrection as a means to abolish slavery in the United States. He led the Pottawatomie Massacre during which five men were killed, in 1856 in Bleeding Kansas, and made his name in the unsuccessful raid at Harpers Ferry in 1859