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Henri Termeer

Henri A. Termeer was an American biotechnology executive and entrepreneur. He was called a pioneer in corporate strategy in the biotechnology industry for his tenure as CEO at Genzyme. Termeer created a business model created by many others in th ...

                                               

Adelio Terraroli

Adelio Terraroli was an Italian politician. He was a member of the Chamber of Deputies from 1968 to 1979 as a member of the Italian Communist Party.

                                               

Eugene TerreBlanche

Eugene Ney TerreBlanche was a Boer-Afrikaner who founded the Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging. He was born in Ventersdorp, South Africa. During the apartheid regime, and afterwards, he fought for Afrikaner separatism. He had convictions for illegally ...

                                               

Tertullian

Tertullian was an early Christian writer from Carthage. Though conservative in his worldview, Tertullian originated new theological concepts and advanced the development of early Church doctrine. He is perhaps most famous for being the first writ ...

                                               

Alberto Testa (dancer)

Alberto Testa was an Italian dancer, choreographer, dance critic and teacher. He was born in Turin. He choreographed many ballets of operatic music, and worked on movies mainly with Franco Zeffirelli and Luchino Visconti. Testa died in Turin on O ...

                                               

Gianmaria Testa

Gianmaria Testa was an Italian singer-songwriter. In the early 1990s, Testa won two consecutive top prizes at the Recanati Festival. He was born in Cavallermaggiore, Italy. Testa died in Alba, Piedmont on 30 March 2016, aged 57.

                                               

Dionigi Tettamanzi

Dionigi Tettamanzi was an Italian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He was named a cardinal in 1998. He was Archbishop of Genoa from 1995 to 2002 and Archbishop of Milan from 2002 to 2011. He was born in Renate, Italy. Tettamanzi was one of t ...

                                               

Rene Teulade

Rene Teulade was a French politician and civil servant. He was a member of the Senate of France, representing the Correze department. He was a member of the Socialist Party. He was born in Monceaux-sur-Dordogne, Correze. Teulade died from a strok ...

                                               

Charles Edward Trevelyan

Sir Charles Trevelyan, 1st Baronet was a British civil servant, cabinet member, colonial administrator, and oriental scholar best known for his administration of the famine relief effort in Ireland during the Potato Famine, while he was assistant ...

                                               

Osamu Tezuka

In this Japanese name, the family name is Tezuka. Osamu Tezuka was a famous Japanese cartoonist, manga artist, animator, producer and Doctor of Medicine, although he never practiced medicine. He was born in Osaka Prefecture. He created Astro Boy, ...

                                               

William Makepeace Thackeray

William Makepeace Thackeray was an English writer. He is most famous for his novel, Vanity Fair. The title is from a place in Pilgrims Progress. The novel is about the adventures of Becky Sharp, an ambitious girl who wishes to rise in English soc ...

                                               

Michael Thalbourne

Michael A. Thalbourne, Ph.D., was an Australian psychologist and parapsychologist. He was educated at the University of Adelaide and the University of Edinburgh. His books include: A glossary of terms used in parapsychology, The common thread bet ...

                                               

Hoang Hoa Tham

Hoàng Hoa Tham or Dề Tham ; 1858 – February 10, 1913) was leader of the famous Yen The Uprising against the French during Western conquest of Vietnam.

                                               

Surya Bahadur Thapa

Surya Bahadur Thapa was a Nepalese politician. He has served as the Prime Minister of Nepal for five terms, under three different kings, in a political career lasting more than 50 years. His terms were 1963-64, 1965–69, 1979–83, 1997–98 and 2003- ...

                                               

The Dungeon Family

The Dungeon Family are an R&B/hip hop music band. The group was based in Atlanta, Georgia and consists of rappers Andre 3000, Big Boi, Cee-Lo Green, Future, Witchdoctor, Sleepy Brown, Cool Breeze, Backbone, Killer Mike, and Big Rube. It speci ...

                                               

Anna Maria Thelott

Anna Maria Thelott, was a Swedish artist. She was one of the first professional female artists in Sweden and also in Scandinavia. She was an engraver, an illustrator, a woodcut-artist, and a miniaturist.

                                               

Themistocles

Themistocles was an Ancient Greek Athenian politician and general. He fought against the Persians at the Battle of Marathon as a young man. He later persuaded Athens to build a navy which he commanded in the defeat of the Persians at the Battle o ...

                                               

Theocritus

Theocritus was a Greek poet. He was born c. 300 BC in Syracuse, Sicily and died after 260 BC. Theocritus was the inventor of pastoral poetry. His poems were called idylls which perhaps means "little poems". Very little is known about his life but ...

                                               

Theodoric the Great

Theodoric the Great, known to the Romans as Flavius Theodoricus, was king of the Ostrogoths, ruler of Italy, and regent of the Visigoths. He united several German tribes and encouraged Arianism.

                                               

Theodosius I

Flavius Theodosius, also called Theodosius I and Theodosius the Great, was Roman Emperor from 379-395. He reunited the Eastern and Western Roman Empire, but was the last emperor of both parts of the empire. After his death, the two parts split pe ...

                                               

Theophrastus

Theophrastus, a Greek native of Eresos in Lesbos, was the successor to Aristotle in the Peripatetic school. He came to Athens at a young age and studied in Platos school. After Platos death, he attached himself to Aristotle. Aristotle bequeathed ...

                                               

Hugo Theorell

Axel Hugo Theodor Theorel was an Swedish scientist. He won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1955 for his discoveries on the oxidation enzyme and its effects. Theorell died in Stockholm in 1982.

                                               

Therese of Lisieux

Saint Therese of Lisieux is Doctor of the Catholic church, which means that her life and writings are considered particularly important for Catholics. She is also called the Little Flower of Jesus. She lived in France as a nun, and died at 24 fro ...

                                               

Marie Therese of France

Marie Therese of France, Madame Royale, was the eldest child of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. After her marriage to her cousin, Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême, the eldest son of the future Charles X, she was known as the Duchess of Angoulême. ...

                                               

Thesh

Thesh, or Tjesh, Tesh etc., was a Predynastic ancient Egyptian king who ruled in the Nile Delta. He is mentioned in the Palermo Stone inscriptions among a small number of kings of Lower Egypt

                                               

Wilfred Thesiger

Wilfred Thesiger was born in Addis Ababa where his father was an advisor to the Ethiopian emperor. He went to school and university in England but he always dreamed of travel. He didnt make many friends when he studied in England. During his firs ...

                                               

Will Theunissen

Will Theunissen was a Dutch guitarist. He was born in Nijmegen. Theunissen was the founder of the Jazz Rock band Elevator from Nijmegen, which was active in the 1970s. Together with Frank Boeijen he was from the beginning part of the Frank Boeije ...

                                               

Lam Quang Thi

Lieutenant General Lam Quang Thi was a Vietnamese senior military officer in the Army of the Republic of Vietnam. He was active during the Vietnam War. He was active from 1950 to 1975. Thi was born in Bac Liêu, French Indochina. Thi died on 19 Ja ...

                                               

Habib Thiam

Habib Thiam was a Senegalese politician. He served as Prime Minister of Senegal on two occasions, from 1 January 1981 to 3 April 1983, and again from 8 April 1991 until 3 July 1998. He was born in Dakar, Senegal. He also served as President of th ...

                                               

Thich Quảng Dức

Hoa thưong Thich Quảng Dức was a Buddhist Monk from Hoi Khanh, French Indochina who committed suicide by burning himself to death while sitting in an intersection. He was protesting the persecution of Buddhists by South Vietnams Ngo Dình Diem adm ...

                                               

Walter Thiel (chemist)

Walter Thiel was a German theoretical chemist. He was the president of the World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists from 2011.

                                               

Colin Thiele

Colin Milton Thiele AC was an Australian author and educator. He had over 100 published works. He was known for his childrens books. His most famous works were Storm Boy, Blue Fin, the Sun on the Stubble series and February Dragon. Storm Boy was ...

                                               

Heinz Hermann Thiele

Heinz Hermann Thiele was a German businessman. He was the chairman of Knorr-Bremse AG and Vossloh. At the time of his death, he was also the largest shareholder in the German carrier Lufthansa AG. With a net worth of $20.2 billion, he was the fou ...

                                               

Fabien Thieme

Fabien Thieme was a French politician. Thieme was born in Valenciennes, France. Thieme was elected to the National Assembly as a member of the French Communist Party from Nords 21st constituency in 1988. He lost re-election in 1993. Thieme was ma ...

                                               

Adolphe Thiers

Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe Thiers was a French politician and historian. He was the second elected President of France, and the first President of the French Third Republic.

                                               

Sudhindra Thirtha

Sudhindra Thirta, also known as Shri Sudhindra Thirtha Swamiji, was an Indian Hindu religious leader. He was the legal and spiritual head of the Kashi Math and the twentieth successive person called the swamiji of guru parampara. He was born in E ...

                                               

Joseph Mar Thoma

Joseph Mar Thoma Metropolitan was an Indian religious prelate. He was the 21st Marthoma Metropolitan and primate of the Mar Thoma Syrian Church headquartered in Kerala, India. He was born in Maramon, British Raj. He was the President of the Natio ...

                                               

Dylan Thomas

Dylan Marlais Thomas was a Welsh poet. He was born in the town of Swansea. He published his first book of poetry in 1932. In addition to writing poetry, he was an excellent speaker. He toured the United Kingdom and the United States reciting his ...

                                               

John Meurig Thomas

Sir John Meurig Thomas or JMT was a Welsh scientist, educator, university administrator, and historian. He was known for his work on heterogeneous catalysis, solid-state chemistry, and surface and materials science. From 1986 to 1991, he was Dire ...

                                               

Leslie Thomas

Leslie Thomas, OBE was a Welsh journalist and author. His best known works where his comic novels The Virgin Soldiers and Dangerous Davies, the Last Detective. The Virgin Soldiers was made into a movie in 1969 and a sequel in 1977, while Dangerou ...

                                               

Lorna Thomas

Lorna Thomas MBE was an Australian female cricket player and team coach. She played from 1936 until 1949. She also coached from 1963 until 1978. She played for Australia against England, New Zealand and many other countries. She later coached Aus ...

                                               

Oldfield Thomas

Michael Rogers Oldfield Thomas FRS was a British zoologist. Thomas worked at the Natural History Museum in their mammals department. He described about 2.000 new species and sub-species for the first time. He was given a job in the Museum Secreta ...

                                               

Ray Thomas

Raymond "Ray" Thomas was an English musician. He was best known as a flautist, singer and composer in the rock band, The Moody Blues.

                                               

Thomas boxer)

Thomas "Tom" Thomas, was a Welsh boxer. He was the first British middleweight boxing champion. He won the Lonsdale belt in 1909. Thomas died of pneumonia in 1911 at age 31.

                                               

Greg Thompson

Gregory Francis Thompson, was a Canadian politician. He was a Member of Parliament from 1988 through 1993 and again from 1997 through 2011. Thompson was Minister of Veterans Affairs from 2006 through 2010 and New Brunswicks Minister of Intergover ...

                                               

J. Lee Thompson

John Lee Thompson was a British movie director active in London and Hollywood and is best remembered for his Oscar nomination for the 1961 movie The Guns of Navarone. His other movies include Cape Fear, The Yellow Balloon, Ice Cold in Alex, Tiger ...

                                               

Lincoln Thompson

Lincoln Thompson was a Jamaican reggae musician, songwriter and Rastafarian. He spent 2 years in the Tartans as a teenager before working under Coxsone Dodd in the early 1970s. In 1974 he released his first record, Humanity. The album had popular ...

                                               

Lorraine Thomson

Lorraine Thomson was a Canadian dancer, television host, television producer and one of the co-founders, with Pierre Berton, of the ACTRA Awards. She was the first dancer hired by the CBC for their first televised variety show, The Big Revue. She ...

                                               

Murray Thomson

Murray McCheyne Thomson OC was a Canadian peace activist. He was known as a founder of many non-profit organizations in Canada, including Peace Brigades International and Project Ploughshares. He was awarded in 1990 with the Pearson Medal of Peac ...

                                               

Joseph Vũ Duy Thống

Joseph Vũ Duy Thống was a Vietnamese prelate, Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phan Thiet from July 2009 to his death and the Head of the Episcopal Committee on Cultural Affairs. He was Auxiliary Bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of ...

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