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Robert Leslie Ellis
... Robert Leslie Ellis (25 August 1817 – 12 May 1859) was an English polymath, remembered principally as a mathematician and editor of the works of Francis Bacon ... Ellis was the youngest of six children of Francis Ellis (1772–1842) of Bath ... was called to the bar in 1840, and later helped William Whewell with jurisprudence, Ellis never practised law ...
Shaun Ellis - Professional Career - New England Patriots
... Ellis signed with the New England Patriots on August 7, 2011, ending his 11-year tenure with the New York Jets ... During the 2011 season, Ellis played in 14 games with 14 total tackles and 1 sack ... It was Ellis' first career trip to the Super Bowl but the Patriots lost to the Giants 21-17 ...
Shaun Ellis - Early Years
... Ellis was born in Anderson, South Carolina, to mother Annie Clara Ellis ... Ellis attended Westside High School in Anderson ...
Ellis, Beggs & Howard - Career
... Ellis, Beggs Howard (EBH) were made up of Simon Ellis (keyboards and programming), Nick Beggs (bass guitar and Chapman stick), and Austin Howard (vocals) ...
Shaun Ellis - Professional Career - New York Jets
... Ellis was selected by the New York Jets in the first round (12th overall) of the 2000 NFL Draft ... Ellis was an immediate impact player and in his rookie season recorded 8.5 sacks ... After 2001 and 2002 campaigns which saw his overall numbers drop, Ellis rebounded in 2003 with an impressive 12.5 sacks ...

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    It has always been difficult for Man to realise that his life is all an art. It has been more difficult to conceive it so than to act it so. For that is always how he has more or less acted it.
    —Havelock Ellis (1859–1939)

    I always seem to have a vague feeling that he is a Satan among musicians, a fallen angel in the darkness who is perpetually seeking to fight his way back to happiness.
    —Havelock Ellis (1859–1939)

    It is curious how there seems to be an instinctive disgust in Man for his nearest ancestors and relations. If only Darwin could conscientiously have traced man back to the Elephant or the Lion or the Antelope, how much ridicule and prejudice would have been spared to the doctrine of Evolution.
    —Havelock Ellis (1859–1939)