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Song Si-yeol

Song Siyeol was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and soldier of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. His nickname was Uam Ujae Gyosannobu Namgannosu Hwayangdongju Hwayanbgbuja, a Chinese style name was Youngbo. header of Westner Partys.

                                               

Song Jin-woo

Song Jin-woo, the Republic of Korean politician, educationist, journalist, and founder of Korean Democratic party, the Dong-A Ilbo. He is also known by his pen name Goha. when 1945, He was assassinated Provisional Government of Republic of Koreas ...

                                               

Dominic Sonic

Dominic Sonic, stage name of Dominique Garreau was a French singer. He released six albums from 1989 to 2015. He was born in Dinan, France. He stared his career by playing with Lamballe-based punk group Kalashnikov. He remained with the group for ...

                                               

Joseph Sonnabend

Joseph Adolph Sonnabend was a South African physician, scientist and HIV/AIDS researcher. He was known for his research and awareness campaign about safe sex to prevent STDs and AIDS. Sonnabend had a heart attack on 3 January 2021. He died on 24 ...

                                               

Sonni Ali

Sonni Ali was the first king of the Songhai Empire in western Africa. He ruled from about 1464 to 1492. He was the 15th ruler of the Sonni dynasty. During Sonnis reign, Songhai surpassed the Mali Empire in power. His armies captured several impor ...

                                               

Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg

Archduchess Sophie Chotek was a Czech noble from the Bohemia. She was the wife of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria. She was killed by Gavrilo Princip when he tried to shoot Potiorek, the Austrian governor of Sarajevo. Princip also killed her h ...

                                               

Alexey Sorokin (admiral)

Alexey Ivanovich Sorokin was a Soviet Admiral of the Fleet. He was a member of the Congress of Peoples Deputies of the Soviet Union. He was a political officer and studied at the Lenin Military-Political Academy between 1948 and 1952. Sorokin die ...

                                               

Mercedes Sosa

Haydee Mercedes Sosa was an Argentine singer. She was popular throughout Latin America and many countries outside the continent. Sosa became one of the important examples of nueva cancion. She gave voice to songs written by both Brazilians and Cu ...

                                               

Natsume Sōseki

Natsume Sōseki, born Natsume Kinnosuke, was a Japanese novelist. He is well known around the world for some of the novels he wrote, like Kokoro, Botchan and I Am a Cat. He was born in Tokyo, Japan. Natsume Soseki graduated from the University of ...

                                               

Sosigenes the Peripatetic

Sosigenes the Peripatetic was a philosopher who lived in the 2nd century AD. He followed the Aristotelian school of thought, and was one of the first people to write interpretations and commentaries to Aristotles work. He was the tutor of Alexand ...

                                               

Paul-Henri Spaak

Paul-Henri Charles Spaak was a Belgian politician and statesman. He is thought to be as one of the founding fathers of the European Union. Spaak entered politics in 1932 for the Belgian Workers Party later the Belgian Socialist Party. He became P ...

                                               

Robert Spaemann

Robert Spaemann was a German Roman Catholic philosopher. He was thought of as a member of the Ritter-School. He was born in Berlin. Spaemanns focus was on Christian ethics. He was known for his work in bioethics, ecology, and human rights. Spaema ...

                                               

Jeffrey Spalding

Jeffrey Spalding was a Scottish-born Canadian artist, curator, author, and educator. Spalding died on October 14, 2019 at the age of 67. For more than forty years, Spalding taught at various education institutions and was actively involved as a m ...

                                               

Albert Speer Jr.

Albert Speer was a German architect and urban planner. He was the son of Albert Speer who was Adolf Hitlers chief architect. He was born in Berlin, Germany. In 1984 he founded the company Buro Albert Speer & Partner in Frankfurt am Main. He was r ...

                                               

John Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer

Edward John Johnnie Spencer, 8th Earl Spencer, styled Viscount Althorp until June 1975, was a British peer. Earl of Spencer was born in Bayswater, London, He was son of Albert Spencer and Lady Cynthia Hamilton He was married to Frances Roche, The ...

                                               

G. Spencer-Brown

George Spencer-Brown was an English polymath. He was best known as the author of Laws of Form. He described himself as a "mathematician, consulting engineer, psychologist, educational consultant and practitioner, consulting psychotherapist, autho ...

                                               

John Spencer-Churchill, 11th Duke of Marlborough

John George Vanderbilt Henry Spencer-Churchill, 11th Duke of Marlborough, DL, JP was a British educator. He was the principal of a school in his birthplace of Blenheim Palace. He was the son of Lt Col. John Spencer-Churchill, 10th Duke of Marlbor ...

                                               

Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser was an important poet from England. He is most famous for his epic poem The Faerie Queene, which talks about different knights who fight against evil. The poem also praises Queen Elizabeth I of England. He wrote also many sonnets a ...

                                               

Arnold Spielberg

Arnold Meyer Spielberg was an American electrical engineer of Jewish descent. He was known for his help "to real-time data acquisition and recording that significantly contributed to the definition of modern feedback and control processes". For G ...

                                               

Joris van Spilbergen

Joris van Spilbergen was a Dutch naval officer in the 17th century. His first big exploration journey was in 1596, when he sailed to Africa. He then left for Asia on 5 May 1601, commanding the company of the Moucheron a trading company before the ...

                                               

Erico Spinadel

Erico Spinadel was an Austrian-Argentine industrial engineer. His works were about Wind Power. He got his PhD at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2004. Spinadel joined the Argentine National Atomic Energy Commission CNEA in 1956 and ...

                                               

Baruch Spinoza

Baruch Spinoza was a Dutch philosopher of Portuguese Jewish origin. He is considered to be one of the great Rationalist philosophers of the 17th century. Other famous rationalists include Gottfried Leibniz and Rene Descartes.

                                               

Boris Spremo

Spremo found work with The Globe and Mail, and finished his career with the Toronto Star. The Toronto Star later called him "a legend in the business". Some of his photographs appeared in both Canadian and American magazines. He was known for his ...

                                               

Dusty Springfield

Dusty Springfield was a English pop singer. Her real name was Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette OBrien. Her musical career lasted from the late 1950s to the 1990s. She recorded over 200 songs during this time. She became one of the most successful ...

                                               

Chris Squire

Christopher Russell Edward Chris Squire was an English musician and singer-songwriter. He was best known as the bassist and founding member of the progressive rock band Yes. He was the only member to appear on each of their 21 studio albums, rele ...

                                               

U. Srinivas

Uppalapu Shrinivas, better known by his stage name U. Srinivas, was an Indian mandolinist and music educator. He performed under the Carnatic musical tradition. He was given many awards including: Padma Shri and the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award. H ...

                                               

Pavel Srut

Pavel Srut was a Czech poet, translator and childrens writer. He was born in Prague. He studied at Charles University. He was known for his written works Brozovane basne and Sisaty svec a mysut. Apart from his celebrated poetry and books for chil ...

                                               

St. Lunatics

The St. Lunatics are a rap crew from St. Louis that was runned by rapper Nelly and comprised of his hometown buddies Ali, Murphy Lee, Kyjuan, City Spud, and SloDown, who left. They were formed in 1993 and came out with their local hit "Gimme What ...

                                               

Mauro Staccioli

Mauro Staccioli was an Italian sculptor. He was born in Volterra, Italy. Staccioli started teaching and in 1968 joined the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera in Milan. In the beginning of the 1970s, his career began as his works were about urban envir ...

                                               

Nicolas Stacey

Rev. Nicolas David Stacey was an English clergyman and priest of the Church of England and social activist. He was Rector of Woolwich in the 1960s, and Director of Social Services for Kent County Council from 1974 through 1985. He was born in Nor ...

                                               

Bassano Staffieri

Nino Staffieri was an Italian bishop. He was bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of La Spezia-Sarzana-Brugnato. He was ordained a priest on June 9, 1955. Staffieri was born in Casalpusterlengo, Italy. He was appointed bishop of Carpi on July 11, ...

                                               

Victor Stanculescu

Victor Atanasie Stanculescu was a Romanian general, political, political activist and convicted murderer. He was had an important role in the overthrow of the dictatorship by refusing to carry out the orders of Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu ...

                                               

Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova

Stanislav Libensky and Jaroslava Brychtova were contemporary artists. Their works are included in many major modern art collections. Their works could be seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Jaroslava Brychtova ...

                                               

Tomasz Stanko

Tomasz Ludwik Stanko was a Polish trumpeter and composer. His work is described as free jazz and the avant-garde. He was born in Rzeszow, Poland. From 1984 he was a member of Cecil Taylors big band. He was known for his work with pianist Krzyszto ...

                                               

Jean Starobinski

Jean Starobinski was a Swiss literary critic. He was born in Geneva, Switzerland. His works on medicine and psychiatry brought him to study the history of melancholia. He was the first scholar to publish work on Ferdinand de Saussures study of an ...

                                               

Freddie Starr

Frederick Leslie Fowell, better known by his stage name Freddie Starr, was an English comedian, singer and actor. He was the lead singer of the Merseybeat group the Midnighters during the 1960s. He also appeared on TV shows such as Opportunity Kn ...

                                               

Reeva Steenkamp

Reeva Rebecca Steenkamp was a South African model and television personality. At the time of her death, she had been filming her part for the reality television show Tropika Island of Treasure. The series was filmed in Jamaica. As a model, she ha ...

                                               

Antoine Sfeir

Antoine Sfeir was a Franco-Lebanese journalist. Sfeir was the editor of the French journal Les Cahiers de lOrient Notebooks from the East. He was the president of the CERPO Study and Research Center on the Middle East. He was a professor of inter ...

                                               

Jack Steinberger

Hans Jakob "Jack" Steinberger was a German-born American physicist of Jewish descent. He co-discovered the muon neutrino, along with Leon Lederman and Melvin Schwartz. He was given the 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics. Steinberger now lives in Switzer ...

                                               

Adin Steinsaltz

Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz was an Israeli Chabad Chasidic rabbi, teacher, philosopher, social critic, and publisher. He was born in Jerusalem. His edition of the Talmud was originally published in modern Hebrew and was translated into Engl ...

                                               

Friedrich Stelzner

Friedrich Stelzner was a Czech-born German academic surgeon, scientist and educator. His works focused on gastrointestinal surgery. He was a Professor and Chairman of three university departments and was honored as President of the German Society ...

                                               

Stephen of England

Stephen of England was King of England from 1135 until 1154. He became the King after the death of his uncle Henry I. Stephan was the King until his own death in Dover, Kent. Stephen was crowned at Westminster Abbey on the 26 December 1135. Steph ...

                                               

Steve Stevaert

Steve Stevaert was a Belgian politician of the Flemish Socialist Party: the SP.A. Stevaert was in 1995 also elected to the Flemish parliament and was re-elected in 1999 and 2004. Stevaert served as Flemish minister of Public Works, Transport and ...

                                               

Steve Koven

Steve Koven is a Canadian Jazz pianist and member of the Steve Koven Trio. Steve Koven is a composer, performer and educator. In 1993 Steve started the Steve Koven Trio. He performs worldwide with his trio. Koven also performs solo piano concerts ...

                                               

Robert Louis Stevenson

Robert Louis Balfour Stevenson was a Scottish writer. He wrote 13 novels. He also wrote short stories, poems, and travel books. Stevenson is known for his books, Treasure Island, Kidnapped, and Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. In 1857 Steve ...

                                               

Robert Stigwood

Robert Stigwood was an English-Australian music entrepreneur and impresario. He was best known for managing Cream and the Bee Gees. He relocated to England in 1954. In the 1960s and 1970s he was one of the most successful figures in the entertain ...

                                               

Jerry Stiller

Gerald Isaac Jerry Stiller was an American comedian and actor. He spent many years in the comedy team Stiller and Meara with his wife Anne Meara. Stiller and Meara are the parents of Ben Stiller and Amy Stiller. He is best known for his recurring ...

                                               

Christine Stix-Hackl

Christine Stix-Hackl was an Austrian jurist. She was Advocate General at the European Court of Justice from 2000 to 2006. Stix-Hackl was the second woman in the history of the European Court of Justice to take the position as Premier Avocat gener ...

                                               

Dietrich Stobbe

Dietrich Stobbe was a German politician from Weepers, East Prussia. Stobbe served as Mayor of West Berlin from 2 May 1977 till 23 January 1981. From 1 November 1978 till 31 October 1979 he was also President of the Bundesrat. Stobbe was a member ...

                                               

Sava Stojkov

Sava Stojkov was a Serbian naive art painter. He was known for his environment depictions, as well as for his pre-photorealistic tendencies. Stojkov has exhibited at over 650 group exhibitions and received over 40 awards for his work worldwide. T ...

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