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  1. Nécrologie : Irene Cara, Charles Koppelman (25 novembre) · Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Moisés Fuentes, Pierre Londiche, André Malherbe, Börje Salming (24 novembre) · Christian Bobin (photo), Pierre Biémouret, Milovan Danojlić, Paula D'Hondt-Van Opdenbosch, Mladomir Puriša Đorđević, David Johnson, Enrique Rodríguez, António da Cunha Telles (23 novembre) · Erasmo Carlos, Romeo ...

  2. de.wikipedia.org › wiki › E-BookE-Book – Wikipedia

    E-Book (auch: E-Buch; englisch e-book, ebook) steht für ein elektronisches Buch (englisch electronic book) und bezeichnet Werke in elektronischer Buchform, die auf E-Book-Readern oder mit spezieller Software auf PCs, Tabletcomputern oder Smartphones gelesen werden können.

  3. Luckman, Charles: 1947 Sep–Nov President appointed Harry Truman: food safety czar Assistant Commissioner for Food Protection Acheson, David W. K. 2007–2008 George W. Bush: foreign aid czar Administrator of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) Tobias, Randall: 2006–2007 President nominated, Senate confirmed

  4. Charles L. Campbell ... supervising sound editor Larry Carow ... sound editor Craig Clark ... sound editing assistant Robert Crosby ... boom man Rickley W. Dumm ... sound effects editor: Restoration Atmos Remix Louis L. Edemann ... supervising sound editor Richard C. Franklin ...

  5. Charles Schneider ... puppeteer Robert Spurlock ... special effects technician: USA Brian Tipton ... special effects: second unit US Brian Warner ... senior special effects: UK David Watson ... senior special effects: UK Bob Wiesinger ... special effects wireman: UK Steve Hamilton ...

  6. Kermit Roosevelt MC (October 10, 1889 – June 4, 1943) was an American businessman, soldier, explorer, and writer. A son of Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, Kermit graduated from Harvard College, served in both World Wars (with both the British and U.S. Armies), and explored two continents with his father.

  7. New York usinessman and former U.S. Minister to the Ottoman Empire Oscar S. Straus and Missouri politician and lawyer Charles Nagel served as the final two secretaries of commerce and labor. During their tenures, the department increasingly became a focal point for requests for many kinds of scientific, sociological , statistical, and commercial information.