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  • '''David George Hogarth''' (1862-1927) was a British [[archaeology|archaeologist]] specializing in Lawrence said of Hogarth, "He is the man to whom I owe everything I have had since I was seventeen."
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  • #REDIRECT [[David Hogarth]]
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  • '''David George Hogarth''' (1862-1927) was a British [[archaeology|archaeologist]] specializing in Lawrence said of Hogarth, "He is the man to whom I owe everything I have had since I was seventeen."
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  • {{r|David Hogarth}} {{r|David Lorimer}}
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  • ...logical site where she had hoped to find Hogarth; Lawrence wrote of her to Hogarth, "Gerty has gone back to her tents to sleep. She has been a success and a b ...of Arabia), was imported from Mecca to become the "roof." In early 2004, [[David Ignatius]] wrote in the Washington Post about the offer of Prince Hassan of
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  • *[[David Hogarth]]
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  • ...d personalities were involved. Strategic intelligence developed by [[David Hogarth]] and [[Gertrude Bell]] were necessary preparation for Lawrence's actions,
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  • ...hip to Jesus College, [[Oxford University]], under the guidance of [[David Hogarth]].
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  • Despite its disproof by David Ricardo and others <ref>[http://www.richmondfed.org/publications/research/e ...as it had before the war was soon disappointed <ref> Natalia Chernyshoff, David Jacks and Alan Taylor: ''Stuck on Gold: Real Exchange Rate Volatility and t
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  • ...ll]], [[Bertrand Russell]] and [[Thomas Hobbes]], and economists such as [[David Ricardo]], and [[John Maynard Keynes]]. [[Karl Marx]] wrote most of his imp ...]] and [[Francis Bacon]] during the twentieth century, and names such as [[David Hockney]] and [[Damien Hirst]] in the present day.
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  • ...umber of butlers in Britain had risen to an estimated 5,000.<ref>Sapstead, David. "Shortage of Butlers Has World's Wealthy Facing a Crisis", ''New York Sun' ...rs when constructing accounts of the presidents he served.<ref>McCullough, David. ''Truman'', Simon & Schuster, pp 472, 473, 502, 623, 931. ISBN 0-7432-6029
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  • ...tlers in the United Kingdom had risen to an estimated 5,000.<ref>Sapstead, David. "Shortage of Butlers Has World's Wealthy Facing a Crisis", ''New York Sun' ...rs when constructing accounts of the presidents he served.<ref>McCullough, David. ''Truman'', Simon & Schuster, pp 472, 473, 502, 623, 931. ISBN 0-7432-6029
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  • ...r themes of his works. As Dickens wrote in ''[[David Copperfield (novel) | David Copperfield]]'', judged to be his most clearly autobiographical novel, "I h On 2 April 1836, he married Catherine Thompson Hogarth (1816–1879), with whom he was to have ten children, and set up home in [[
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