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  3. Raymond Asquith, 3rd Earl of Oxford and Asquith - Wikipedia

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    Raymond Benedict Bartholomew Michael Asquith, 3rd Earl of Oxford and Asquith, OBE (born 24 August 1952), is a British former diplomat and hereditary peer. Styled Viscount Asquith until he succeeded to his father's peerage titles on 16 January 2011, the earldom of Oxford and Asquith was created for his paternal great-grandfather, H. H. Asquith, a former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

  4. What we publish | Journals | Oxford Academic

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    What we publish. Oxford Academic is the home of academic research from Oxford University Press (OUP), the world's largest university press. We serve global communities of scholars, researchers, and teachers by publishing scholarship and research in subject areas across the arts & humanities, law, medicine & health, science & mathematics, and social sciences.

  5. After losing their posts at an university, three parapsychology professors go into business as „ghostbusters“ who fight against ghouls, hobgoblins and supernatural pests of all kinds.

  6. Category:British Roman Catholics - Wikipedia

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    David Drummond, 8th Earl of Perth; John Petre, 18th Baron Petre; Joseph Petre, 17th Baron Petre; Lionel Petre, 16th Baron Petre; Robert Petre, 10th Baron Petre; William Petre, 11th Baron Petre; Bridget Phillipson; Jeremy Phipps; Andrew Pierce; Michael Polanyi; John Pope-Hennessy; Stephen Pound; Elizabeth Power; Miles Prance; Libby Purves

  7. List of people from Flint, Michigan - Wikipedia

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    David W. Blight, author and Sterling Professor at Yale University, 2019 Pulitzer Prize winner for Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom; Christopher Paul Curtis, author of books for children and young adults; Jeremy Drummond, mystery, urban fiction author; William M. Gallagher, photographer, 1953 Pulitzer Prize winner for Flint Journal