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- Alfred Smith a.k.a. Brenton Wood is an American singer and songwriter known for his two 1967 hit singles, "The Oogum Boogum Song" and "Gimme Little Sign".
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- Alfred Smith VC was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
- Alfred Smith was a French artist from Bordeaux who painted in the impressionist style. Some of his works resemble the early works of Claude Monet.
- born in (162 years ago) in Bordeaux
- died in (84 years ago)
- Alfred Smith: Alfred Farrer Smith was an English first-class cricketer, who played twenty eight matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club from 1868 to 1874, and one game for the Players of the North in 1874.
- Alfred Smith was an English cricketer notable for his fourteen first-class cricket appearances for Sussex as a gentleman cricketer between 1841 and 1852.
- Alfred Smith was a basketball coach.
- profession: Basketball coach
- parent of Dean Smith
- Alfred Smith a.k.a. Alfred E. Smith is an actor.
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Alfred Smith is a fictional character from the 2004 film Steamboy.
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by David Schultz, John R. Vile
Alfred Smith and Galen Black worked for a private drug rehabilitation organization. When it was discovered that they had, as members of the Native American church, ingested peyote for sacramental purposes, they were fired. They applied for ...
A Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors Living and Deceased from the Earliest Accounts to the Latter Half of the Nineteenth Century by S. Austin Allibone (1871)
Smith, Albert Smith, Alfred Smith, Sir And. Smith, Ashbel Smith, Ashby Smith, Brab. Smith, Chas. H. Smith, D. E. Smith, Dani. Smith, Edw. Smith, Edw. D. Smith, Elias Smith, Elihu H. Smith, Eustace Smith, F. Porter Smith, Francis G. Smith, Geo .
living and deceased from the earliest accounts to the latter half of the nineteenth century by Samuel Austin Allibone
Smith, Albert Smith, Alfred Smith, Sir And. Smith, Ashbel Smith, Ashby Smith, Brab. Smith, Cbas. H. Smith, D. E. Smith, Danl. Smith, Edw. Smith, Edw. D. Smith, Elias Smith, Elihu H. Smith, Eustace Smith, F. Porter Smith, Francis G. Smith, Geo .
Supplement to Allibone's Critical Dictionary of English Literature and British and American Authors (1878)
by Samuel Austin Allibone
Smith, Albert Smith, Alfred Smith, Sir And .
by David Andrew Schultz
Two Native Americans, Alfred Smith and Galen Black, were members of the Native American Church, whose religious sacraments required ingesting peyote ( a hallucinogen produced from cactus plants), a controlled substance in Oregon.
by George Ritzer
Gramsci, Antonio Heller, Agnes Lindenberg, Siegwart Lukács, György Mannheim, Karl Pareto, Vilfredo Schütz, Alfred Smith, Dorothy Taylor, Charles ...
by Jessie Carney Smith, Lean'tin Bracks, Linda T Wynn
Alfred Smith Sr. and Jr., the Reverend Cecil Williams, the Reverend Frank Pinkard, Congressman Ronald Dellums, Bobby Seale, David Hilliard, attorney Charles Garry, who pleaded cases for Newton and the Panthers in ...
Alfred Smith, L.D.S, House Surgeon. — R. Desmond Ashby, L.D.S. □ , Ear. — ( See Throat and Ear.) fever. London Fever Hospital, Liverpool-rd, Islington; Secretary, E. Burn Callander. — For the prevention and cure of contagious fevers .
by Nigel West
Slack, Alfred Smith, Edward Ellis Smith, James Smith, Richard Craig Private Civilian ...
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