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  1. Holmes Rolston III

    Holmes Rolston III

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    American philosopher

  2. Ptolemy Dean

    Ptolemy Dean

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    British architect

  3. William Brooke O'Shaughnessy

    William Brooke O'Shaughnessy

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    British, Scientist

  4. Robin Chalk

    Robin Chalk

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    Robin Chalk (born 1981) is an English actor, best known for his role as Neil Kellerman in the West End production of Dirty Dancing and his work on British science-fiction film Moon directed by Duncan Jones.


  5. Brian Gill, Lord Gill

    Brian Gill, Lord Gill

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    Scottish, Judge

  6. Gordon Reid (priest)

    Gordon Reid (priest)

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    Dean of Gibraltar

  7. Charlotte Auerbach

    Charlotte Auerbach

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    Geneticist, author

  8. Erasmus Alvey Darwin

    Erasmus Alvey Darwin

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    Erasmus Alvey Darwin (29 December 1804 – 26 August 1881), nicknamed Eras or Ras, was the older brother of Charles Darwin, born five years earlier, and also brought up at the family home, The Mount House, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. He was the only other boy in the family, the fourth of six children of Robert and Susannah Darwin (née Wedgwood), and the grandson of Erasmus Darwin, and of Josiah Wedgwood, a family of the Unitarian church. See also Darwin — Wedgwood family.


  9. John William Polidori

    John William Polidori

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    John William Polidori (7 September 1795 – 24 August 1821) was an English writer and physician. He is known for his associations with the Romantic movement and credited by some as the creator of the vampire genre of fantasy fiction. His most successful work was the 1819 short story, The Vampyre, one of the first vampire stories in English. Although originally and erroneously accredited to Lord Byron, both Byron and Polidori affirmed that the story is Polidori's.


  10. Catherine McKinnell

    Catherine McKinnell

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    British politician

  11. Alexander Gibson (botanist)

    Alexander Gibson (botanist)

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    Scottish, Scientist

  12. George Henderson

    George Henderson

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    Scottish, Politician

  13. Simon Taylor

    Simon Taylor

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    Scottish rugby union player

  14. Jim Wallace, Baron Wallace of Tankerness

    Jim Wallace, Baron Wallace of Tankerness

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    British politician

  15. Alexander Wood (physician)

    Alexander Wood (physician)

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    Scottish physician

  16. Alexander Henderson

    Alexander Henderson

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    Canadian politician

  17. Paul Hullah

    Paul Hullah

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    Paul William Hullah (born June 26, 1963) is an English writer who has published several volumes of poetry, short stories, and literary criticism, as well as a series of literature-based EFL textbooks for university students in Japan and articles in several academic journals in the field of EFL. He was co-editor of the 1997 authorized international edition of the collected poetry of the major novelist Dame Iris Murdoch. He had also co-edited, in 1996, Playback and talk show: new Edinburgh crimes, by Ian Rankin, the first book of Inspector Rebus stories to be published in Japan.


  18. Duncan Menzies, Lord Menzies

    Duncan Menzies, Lord Menzies

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    Duncan Adam Young Menzies, Lord Menzies (born 28 August 1953) is a judge of the Supreme Courts of Scotland. He was appointed to the Outer House of the Court of Session in 2001, and the Inner House (Scotland's main appellate court) in 2012.


  19. Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

    Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

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    British writer

  20. Ian McGeoch

    Ian McGeoch

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    Royal Navy admiral

  21. Sir Fulque Agnew, 10th Baronet

    Sir Fulque Agnew, 10th Baronet

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    Baronet

  22. Peter Trudgill

    Peter Trudgill

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    British linguist

  23. Andrew Combe

    Andrew Combe

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    Andrew Combe (1797–1847) was a Scottish physician and phrenologist.


  24. Neil MacGregor

    Neil MacGregor

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    Scottish, Historian

  25. Sydney Smith (forensic expert)

    Sydney Smith (forensic expert)

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    British pathologist

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