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Walter Of St Victor
... Walter of St Victor (d ... Victor's Abbey, Paris that about the time of the Third Lateran Council (1179) he wrote the celebrated polemic, Contra quatuor labyrinthos Franciae and that he died about the year 1180 ...
Victor Keppler
... Victor Keppler (1904 - 2 December 1987) was an American commercial photographer and author ... Keppler wrote The Eighth Art, a Life of Color Photography and Victor Keppler Man and Camera ...
Victor Ebubedike
... Victor Ebubedike (born February 1, 1966), also known as Victor X Ebubedike and Victor Muhammad, is an English former American football player who played as a running back for London Ravens, from 1983-1990, then onto ...
1955 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1955
... unless stated 5 Against the House, starring Kim Novak, Guy Madison, Brian Keith A Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops, starring Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy ... Robinson and George Raft C Captain Lightfoot, starring Rock Hudson Carrington V.C ... starring David Niven - (Britain) Cast a Dark Shadow, starring Dirk Bogarde - (Britain) Chief Crazy Horse, starring Victor Mature Cinerama Holiday Ciske ...
Victor, Prince Napoléon - Ancestry
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