Olympic Silver Medalist

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List Of People From Grand Forks, North Dakota - Athletics
... Hampsten, champion cyclist Virgil Hill, boxer, Olympic silver medalist (1984) Tim Johnson, Major League Baseball player and manager Jocelyne Lamoureux, women's ice hockey Olympic ...
List Of Amateur Wrestlers - Turkey
... Yaşar Erkan – 1936 Olympic Gold Medalist Yasar Dogu – 1948 Olympic Gold Medalist Gazanfer Bilge – 1948 Olympic Gold Medalist Hamza Yerlikaya – 1996, 2000 ...
List Of Amateur Wrestlers - Kazakhstan
... Georgiy Tsurtsumia – 2004 Olympic Silver Medalist Mkkhitar Manukyan – 2004 Olympic Bronze Medalist Gennadiy Laliyev – 2004 Olympic Silver Medalist Islam Bairamukov – 2000 Olympic Silver Medalist ...
List Of Japanese Americans - List of Japanese Americans - Sports
... Bryan Clay, 2008 Olympic gold medalist in the Decathlon Rickie Fowler professional golfer, maternal grandfather is Japanese Paul Fujii, professional boxer and WBA ... (pairs) Travis Ishikawa, MLB player Evelyn Kawamoto won two Olympic bronze medals in swimming in 1952 ... Ford Konno, former world record holder, two-time Olympic gold medalist, two-time Olympic silver medalist in swimming (1952 and 1956) ...
Silver - Human Exposure and Consumption - Use in Food
... Silver is used in food coloring it has the E174 designation and is approved in the European Union ... The amount of silver in the coating of dragée or as in cookie decoration is minuscule ... The safety of silver for use in food is disputed ...

Famous quotes containing the words olympic and/or silver:

    Like Olympic medals and tennis trophies, all they signified was that the owner had done something of no benefit to anyone more capably than everyone else.
    Joseph Heller (b. 1923)

    The intelligent have a right over the ignorant, namely, the right of instructing them. The right punishment of one out of tune, is to make him play in tune; the fine which the good, refusing to govern, ought to pay, is, to be governed by a worse man; that his guards shall not handle gold and silver, but shall be instructed that there is gold and silver in their souls, which will make men willing to give them every thing which they need.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)