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- Alex Clark: Republican Alex M. Clark became the youngest mayor of Indianapolis in 1951. He served one term and later ran again in 1967, losing in the primary to eventual winner Richard Lugar. Clark died in Argentina in 1991 of a head injury while on a cruise, on his way to Antarctica pursuing a goal of visiting every continent.
- born on (99 years ago) in Indianapolis
- died on (24 years ago)
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” “Well Alex Clark is a man of ...
by Sin-Wai Chan
'Computational Complexity in Natural Language', in Alex Clark, Chris Fox, and Shalom Lappin (eds) The Handbook of Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing, Chichester, West Sussex: ...
by Lance Day, Ian McNeil
First wethank thepublishers Routledgefor launching thisproject andseeing itthrough with enthusiastic support, especially MarkBarragry, Senior Academic Reference Editor, Alex Clark and Colville Wemyss, Development Editors, andKerry ...
by M. E. Hawkesworth, Maurice Kogan
PUBLISHING STAFF EDITORIAL Jonathan Price, Shan Millie SUBEDITORIAL Emma Waghorn, Kerry Munro, Alex Clark INDEX Peter Rea PRODUCTION Nigel Marsh PROMOTION Judith Watts, Jane Gardner CONTENTS Notes on ...
by Christine L. Krueger
Critic Alex Clark writes that Mitchison “found expression in a lifetime of writing . . . and appears to evince a near obsessional drive both to amass experience in order to write about it, and to make sense of the experience through writing it.
by Vincent Terrace
Alex Clark (Harley Naughton ); William Post, Jr. (Harley Naughton; later). 1696. Claws. (Pilot; Comedy; CBS; Aug. 10, 1991). Merv, Crystal ...
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