Alan Francis Chalmers (ˈtʃælmərz; born 1939) is a British-Australian philosopher of science and associate professor at the University of Sydney.
Alan Garnett Davenport (Sept. 19, 1932 – July 19, 2009) was a professor at the University of Western Ontario and founder of its Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Laboratory. He analyzed the wind's effect on a significant portion of the world's tallest buildings including the building formerly known as the CN Tower, Sears Tower, Citicorp Center, and the World Trade Center. He was a Member of the Order of Canada, Canada's highest civilian honor.
Alexander Allan Cameron QC (born 27 August 1963) is an English barrister.
Andrew McBirnie (born 1971, Portsmouth) is a British composer, music educator and administrator.
Andrew Michael Robson OBE (born 1964) is an English professional bridge player, writer and teacher. He is a British and English international. Robson is the bridge columnist for The Times and Country Life. Robson was a member of the Great Britain Juniors team which won the World Youth Team Championship in 1989 and of the Great Britain Open team which won the European Open Teams Championship in 1991. Robson is from London.
Annabel Walker is an English author, who grew up in South-West Devon. She read history at Bristol University and subsequently became a journalist working for the Western Morning News. Her first book, Kensington and Chelsea: A Social and Architectural History, was published by John Murray in 1987 In 1995, her biography of the explorer Aurel Stein was published and translated into Chinese and reviewed in the TLS, The Spectator, as well as academic journals
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