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McNaught, William

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  • McNaught, William — SUBJECT AREA: Steam and internal combustion engines [br] b. 27 May 1813 Sneddon, Paisley, Scotland d. 8 January 1881 Manchester, England [br] Scottish patentee of a very successful form of compounding beam engine with a high pressure cylinder… …   Biographical history of technology

  • McNaught — or MacNaught may refer to: 3173 McNaught, an asteroid discovered in 1981 Numerous comets discovered by Robert H. McNaught Comet McNaught Russell, a comet 130P/McNaught Hughes, a comet McNaught Syndicate, American newspaper syndicate founded 1922… …   Wikipedia

  • William Kirkpatrick McNaught — (September 6 1845 ndash; 1919) was an Ontario manufacturer and political figure. He represented Toronto North in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1906 to 1914 as a Conservative member.He was born in Fergus, Canada West, the son of John… …   Wikipedia

  • McNaught (disambiguation) — McNaught may refer to:*3173 McNaught, an asteroid *Anita McNaught, British New Zealand journalist and TV presenter *Brian McNaught, lecturer and author *Erin McNaught, the 2006 Miss Australia *Ian McNaught Davis, BBC TV presenter *James McNaught …   Wikipedia

  • William Lamberton — Obispo de St. Andrews Consagración episcopal 1 de junio de 1298, Roma Fallecimiento 20 de mayo de 1328 William de Lamberton, algunas veces modernizado como William Lamberton, (fallecido el 20 de mayo de 1328) fue Obispo de St Andrews …   Wikipedia Español

  • William Irvine (Scottish evangelist) — William Irvine (1863 1947) was a Scottish Presbyterian evangelist. Irvine was born in Kilsyth, located in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, the third of eleven children of a miner. He was educated at Kilsyth Academy and worked as a quarry master… …   Wikipedia

  • William Ferguson (Manitoba politician) — William Ferguson was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1899 to 1903 and from 1907 to 1914, as a member of the Conservative Party.Ferguson was a farmer, and lived in Hamiota during his… …   Wikipedia

  • William de Lamberton — Siegel von Bischof William de Lamberton. William de Lamberton (manchmal modernisiert auch: William Lamberton) († 20. Mai 1328) war von 1297 bis zu seinem Tod Bischof von St Andrews. Lamberton spielt eine einflussreiche Rolle im Schottischen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • William de Lamberton — infobox bishopbiog name = William Lamberton religion=Roman Catholic Church See = Diocese of St. Andrews Title = Bishop of St. Andrews Period = 1297–1328 consecration = 1 June 1298, in Rome Predecessor = William Fraser Successor = James Bane post …   Wikipedia

  • Willie McNaught — Football player infobox playername= Willie McNaught fullname = William McNaught nickname = dateofbirth = birth date|1922|5|7|df=y cityofbirth = Dumfries countryofbirth = Scotland dateofdeath = cityofdeath = countryofdeath = height = 5 ft 10 in… …   Wikipedia

  • Lance McNaught — Lance K. McNaught Lance Cade en 2007. Nom(s) de ring Lance Cade (OVW/WWE) Garrison Cade (WWE) Taille 1,95 m Poids 124 kg Naissance …   Wikipédia en Français

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