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William Leymergie

William Leymergie (born 4 February 1947 in Libourne, Gironde, France) is a journalist television producer and host, best known for the French breakfast television news show ''Télématin'', broadcast on public broadcaster France 2.== Biography ==After completing an arts degree at University of Paris X: Nanterre, Leymergie began his career at the External Affairs and Cooperation department (now Radio France Internationale) of the Office de Radiodiffusion Télévision Française (ORTF) in 1970. In... read more

Patricia Charnelet

Patricia Charnelet, born 2 July 1951 in the 8th arrondissement of Paris,Filiation sur Wikifrat (fraternelle.org) is a French journalist and was the presenter of the news show 13 Heures on Antenne 2 from 1986 at 1989.== Biography ==Patricia Charnelet presented with William Leymergie, from September 1986 to December 1989, the news show 13 Heures on TV station Antenne 2, which was the most watched midday in France. in ''Le Figaro'' of 22 February 2008. She also occasionally presented the news show... read more

Télématin

''Télématin'' is a French breakfast television news show, broadcast on France 2 since January 7, 1985. It is broadcast in Metropolitan France weekdays from 6:30 to 9:00 am CET. TV5 broadcast the show in Canada in its entirety until September 2011: it now shows a 90 minute version between 6:30 and 8:00 am Eastern Time, when the French original version is now 2h30 long.''Télématin'' is hosted by William Leymergie. The show is daily seen by around 40% of the French morning audience,... read more

Laurent Romejko

Laurent Francis Gabriel Romejko (born 27 December 1963) is a French television host.==Early life==Romejko was born in Meulan, Yvelines. After being a taxicab driver for a while, he was a graduate of the Ecole Supérieure de Journalisme de Paris.==TV and radio career==He began by presenting the Minitel of ''Enfants du rock'' on Antenne 2 before going on radio (RFM (customer value), Autoroute FM).Biography, ''France 3'' Retrieved June 14, 2009 He joined Télématin in 1989 where he presented a column... read more

William Higinbotham

William "Willy" A. Higinbotham (October 25, 1910 – November 10, 1994) was an American physicist . A member of the team that developed the first physicistnuclear bomb , he later became a leader in the physicistnuclear bombnonproliferation movement. He also has a place in the physicistnuclear bombnonproliferationhistory of video games for his 1958 creation of '' physicistnuclear bombnonproliferationhistory of video gamesTennis for Two '', the first interactive analog computer game and one of... read more

William McGuigan

Dr. William J. McGuigan (July 18, 1853 – December 25, 1908) was the tenth Mayor of MayorVancouver , MayorVancouverBritish Columbia and served one term in 1904. He was born in MayorVancouverBritish ColumbiaStratford, Ontario and was buried in Mountain View Cemetery in Vancouver.==References== Mountain View CemeteryCategory:1853 births Mountain View CemeteryCategory:1853 birthsCategory:1908 deaths Mountain View CemeteryCategory:1853 birthsCategory:1908 deathsCategory:Lawyers in British... read more

William Pitt

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William Adelin

William Ætheling (5 August 1103 – 25 November 1120), designated or titled Adelin (alternately rendered as ''Adelinus'', ''Adelingus'', ''A(u)delin'' or other Latinized Norman-French variants of '' Ætheling ''"Adelin" derives from the Germanic element ''Adel'', meaning "noble", and is equivalent to the Old English word ''Æthel'', "noble". ''Adelinus'' is thus equivalent to the term " Old EnglishÆtheling " used for English princes prior to the Norman Conquest. A Latin term meaning "noble",... read more

William Clito

William ''Clito'' (25 October 1102 – 28 July 1128), was the fourteenth Count of Flanders and titular Duke of Normandy . His surname "Clito" was a Latin term equivalent to the Anglo-Saxon ''" Anglo-SaxonAetheling "'', and the Germanic ''"Adelinus"'' (used to refer to his first cousin, Anglo-SaxonAethelingWilliam Adelin , the son of Henry I). Both ''"Clito"'' and ''"Atheling"'' signified ''"man of royal blood"'', or the modern equivalent, ''"prince"''.===Youth===William was the son of Anglo-SaxonAethelingWilliam... read more

William Colgate

William Colgate (January 25, 1783 – March 25, 1857) was an English manufacturer who founded in 1806 what became the Colgate Colgatetoothpaste company.=== Early life ===William Colgate was born in ColgatetoothpasteHollingbourne , ColgatetoothpasteHollingbourneKent , ColgatetoothpasteHollingbourneKentEngland , on January 25, 1783. He was the son of Robert Colgate and his wife Sarah (née Bowles).Robert Colgate (1758–1826) was an 18th-century English Englishfarmer , Englishfarmerpolitician... read more

William Bulger

William Michael "Billy" Bulger (born February 2, 1934) is a retired American Democratic politician, lawyer, and educator from DemocraticSouth Boston, Massachusetts , whose eighteen-year tenure as DemocraticSouth Boston, MassachusettsPresident of the Massachusetts Senate is the longest in history, and who was also president of the DemocraticSouth Boston, MassachusettsPresident of the Massachusetts SenateUniversity of Massachusetts . He was forced to resign from the latter post after he refused... read more

William Wulf

William Allan Wulf (born December 8, 1939 in Chicago, Illinois ) is a Chicago, Illinoiscomputer scientist notable for his work in Chicago, Illinoiscomputer scientistprogramming language s and Chicago, Illinoiscomputer scientistprogramming languagecompiler s. Until June 2012, he was a University Professor and the AT&T Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences in the Department of Computer Science at the Chicago, Illinoiscomputer scientistprogramming languagecompilerUniversity of Virginia... read more

William Goldsmith

William Goldsmith (born July 4, 1972) is an American drummer best known for being the drummer of the Seattle alternative band alternativeSunny Day Real Estate and for his tenure as the drummer of the alternativeSunny Day Real Estatealternative rock band alternativeSunny Day Real Estatealternative rockFoo Fighters . Currently drumming for Brawley Banks and a reunited Sunny Day Real Estate, he has toured with alternativeSunny Day Real Estatealternative rockFoo FightersMike Watt , IQU, and has... read more

William Rowley

William Rowley (c.1585 – February 1626) was an English Jacobean Englishdramatist , best known for works written in collaboration with more successful writers. His date of birth is estimated to have been c. 1585; he was buried on 11 February 1626 in the graveyard of EnglishdramatistSt James's, Clerkenwell in north London. (An unambiguous record of Rowley's death was discovered in 1928,M. J. Dickson, "William Rowley," ''Times Literary Supplement,'' 28 March 1929, p. 260. Five days after his... read more

William McKinney

William McKinney (17 September 1895 – 14 October 1969) was an American Americanjazz Americanjazzdrummer who led a series of musical groups, most notably AmericanjazzdrummerMcKinney's Cotton Pickers .William "Bill" McKinney was born in AmericanjazzdrummerMcKinney's Cotton PickersCynthiana, Kentucky . He worked as a drummer in a circus band, then after serving in the circusUnited States Army in circusUnited States ArmyWorld War I settled in circusUnited States ArmyWorld War ISpringfield,... read more

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