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William Stephenson


  1. William Stephenson: Sir William Samuel Stephenson, KBE, CC, MC, DFC was a Canadian soldier, airman, businessman, inventor, spymaster, and the senior representative of British intelligence for the entire western hemisphere during World War II. He is best known by his wartime intelligence codename Intrepid. Many people consider him to be one of the real-life inspirations for James Bond. Ian Fleming himself once wrote, "James Bond is a highly romanticized version of a true spy. The real thing is ... William Stephenson.
    • born on (119 years ago) in Winnipeg
    • nationality: Canada
    • died on (26 years ago) in Puget
    • award: - Presidential Medal of Freedom
  2. William Stephenson was a psychologist and physicist best known for developing Q methodology.
    • born on (113 years ago)
    • education: Durham University
    • profession: Psychologist
    • died on (26 years ago)
    • written works: "I remain unvanquished!", "Goldpaw", "Fowles's the French Lieutenant's Woman", "The study of behavior", "Sallie Southall Cotton", "Play Theory of Mass Communication"
  3. William Stephenson is an actor.
  4. William Stephenson is an American football Punter for the NC State Wolfpack.

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Google previewInvestigating Women (1995)

Female Detectives by Canadian Writers : an Eclectic Sampler by David Skene-Melvin

Sir William Stephenson is a character in A lost tale by New Brunswick novelist Dale Estey.31 In 1972 Stevenson published Emperor red, set in China and Hong Kong with Simon Wingate and Michelle T'ang as the central characters. 32 The ...

Google previewAnalog Signal Processing (2013)

by Peter B. Aronhime, F.W. Stephenson

William Stephenson is a native of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, earned a B. Sc. in Electrical Engineering, 1961, at the University of Durham (UK) and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, 1965, at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK).

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of American Propaganda (2004)

by Martin J. Manning, Herbert Romerstein

Donovan was working in 1940 -1941 with senior analysts in the British Secret Intelligence Service, including Sir William Stephenson, who helped Donovan develop a relationship with British ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Intelligence and Counterintelligence (2015)

by Rodney Carlisle

William Macdonald, The True INTREPID: Sir William Stephenson and the Unknown ...

Google previewBenezit Dictionary of British Graphic Artists and Illustrators (2012)

by Oxford University Press

Peter STEPHANOFF, Francis Philip STEPHANOFF, James STEPHENS, William STEPHENSON, James STEPHENSON, Kathleen Hilda see GUTHRIE, Kathleen Hilda STEPNEY, G. and S. STERNBERG, Frank STEVENS, Francis STEVENS, ...


IN WHICH ALL THE RESPECTIVE SCIENCES, ARE ARRANGED INTO COMPLETE SYSTEMS, AND THE ARTS DIGESTED INTO DISTINCT TREATISES. ALSO THE DETACHED PARTS OF KNOWLEDGE, Alphabetically Arranged and Fully Explained, According to the BEST AUTHORITIES. Containing a Digest and Display of the Whole Theory and Practice of the Liberal and Mechanical Arts. Comprising a General REPOSITORY of ANCIENT AND MODERN LITERATURE, FROM THE EARLIEST AGES, DOWN TO THE PRESENT TIME: Containing All the New IMPROVEMENTS and Latest DISCOVERIES Made in the ARTS and SCIENCES, Particularly Acoustic ... Vermeology, &c. The Superfluities which Abound in Other Dictionaries are Expunged, for the Purpose of Incorporating Complete Systems, and Distinct Treatises. By Means of this Addition and Deviation from the Old Plan it Comprizes A GENERAL CIRCLE OF SCIENCE, AND FORMS THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE LIBRARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE, That was Ever Published in the ENGLISH LANGUAGE. The Whole Entirely Freed from the Errors, Obscurities, and Superfluities of Other DICTIONARIES. Illustrated with Upwards of 150 Large Superb COPPER PLATES, Accurately Descriptive of the Subjects to which They Refer. IN THREE VOLUMES. by William Henry Hall

Sadler, mercer, Gloucester — John Spencer, Newcastle — John Sowler, Denton — Robert Spooner, Halking, Flintshire — william Stephenson, Newcastle ...

Google previewDictionary of Canadian Biography (1988)

by Francess G. Halpenny

Peter Lefferty, John Johnston Menzies, Archibald Powell, Grant Robertson, William Stephenson, John Thom, Alexander Troyer, John Vondy, John MISCELLANEOUS Badgley, Francis (bookkeeper) Berthelot, Amable (bibliophile ) Cawdell, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Great Plains (2004)

by David J. Wishart

Sir William Stephenson, a fourth-generation Manitoban who played ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Special Education (2007)

A Reference for the Education of Children, Adolescents, and Adults with Disabilities and Other Exceptional Individuals by Cecil R. Reynolds, Elaine Fletcher-Janzen

The Q-sort is a technique used to implement Q-methodology, a set of philosophical, psychological, statistical, and psychometric ideas propounded by William Stephenson (1953). The Q-sort was developed as a research tool, in particular a tool ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1914)

by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

Greg Gregg, William Stephenson. Contemporary British author.

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We were trained to live by our wits, in any circumstance. (William Stephenson)
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