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... Alexander Smith is the name of Alexander Smith (poet) (1830–1867), Scottish poet Alexander Smith (chemist) (1865–1922), American chemist and author Alexander Smith (bis ... Smith (1904–1986), American mycologist Ross Alexander (Alexander Ross Smith, 1907–1937), actor Alexander Howland Smith, Scottish document forger in the 1880s ... Smith (born 1973), English/Japanese translator and writer Alexander Wilson Smith (1856–1913), farmer and political figure in Ontario, Canada Alexander Lockwood Smith (born 1948), New Zealand politician ...
Age Of Enlightenment - Important Intellectuals
... Alexander Hamilton (1755–1804) American ... Patron of Adam Smith and David Hume ... Influenced Kant and Adam Smith ...
1980 In Film - Notable Films Released in 1980 - Alphabetically - #
... Clint Eastwood, Geoffrey Lewis, William Smith, Barry Corbin, Ruth Gordon Arrebato (Rapture), cult film - (Spain) Atlantic City, directed by Louis Malle, starring Burt Lancaster and Susan ... Hurt, Jeff Bridges Herbie Goes Bananas, starring Cloris Leachman and Charles Martin Smith Hero at Large, starring John Ritter and Anne Archer Hey Babe!, starring Yasmine Bleeth and Buddy ... Bridges, starring John Travolta, Debra Winger, Scott Glenn, Madolyn Smith, Barry Corbin Used Cars, directed by Robert Zemeckis, starring Kurt Russell, Deborah Harmon, Jack Warden, Gerrit Graham Virus (Fuk ...
Alexander Smith Cochran - Biography
... He was born on February 28, 1874 to William Francis Cochran and Eva Smith ... His grandfather was Alexander Smith (carpets), founder of the Alexander Smith Carpet Company ... Smith who left Cochran the bulk of an estate estimated to be worth $40 million in 1902 ...

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    If you wish to preserve your secret, wrap it up in frankness.
    Alexander Smith (1830–1867)

    If the egotist is weak, his egotism is worthless. If the egotist is strong, acute, full of distinctive character, his egotism is precious, and remains a possession of the race.
    —Alexander Smith (1830–1867)