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Dampfschiff General von Steuben The Dampfschiff (DS) General von SteubenThis article is about the World War II German auxiliary cruiser "General von Steuben". For the World War I German auxiliary cruiser that was interned by the Americans and renamed in 1917 as the "Baron Von Steuben", please see the article on the ship Kronprinz Wilhelm, and for other uses please see the disambiguation page Von Steuben (formerly called the MĂĽnchen (after Munich), but renamed in 1938) was a German luxury passenger ship which was turned into an armed transport ship in World War II.
Dampierre-en-Yvelines (illustration, right), built by Jules Hardouin-Mansart, 1675-1683 for the duc de Chevreuse, Colbert's son-in-law, is a French Baroque chateau of manageable size. Protected behind fine wrought iron double gates, the main block and its outbuildings (corps de logis), linked by balustrades, are ranged symmetrically around a dry paved and gravelled cour d'honneur.
Dampskibsselskabet TORM A/S Dampskibsselskabet TORM or TORM (), based in Copenhagen, Denmark, is a shipping company that owns and operates product tankers and bulk carriers. TORM's company's tankers carry refined oil products such as gasoline, jet fuel, naphtha and diesel oil.
Damrong Rajanubhab HRH Prince Damrong Rajanubhab (Thai including his full title: ŕ¸Şŕ¸ˇŕą€ŕ¸”ŕą‡ŕ¸ŕ¸žŕ¸Łŕ¸°ŕą€ŕ¸ŕą‰ŕ¸˛ŕ¸šŕ¸Łŕ¸ˇŕ¸§ŕ¸‡ŕ¸¨ŕąŚŕą€ŕ¸ŕ¸ ŕ¸ŕ¸Łŕ¸ˇŕ¸žŕ¸Łŕ¸°ŕ¸˘ŕ¸˛ŕ¸”ŕ¸łŕ¸Łŕ¸‡ŕ¸Łŕ¸˛ŕ¸Šŕ¸˛ŕ¸™ŕ¸¸ŕ¸ ŕ¸˛ŕ¸ž) (June 21, 1862 â€“ December 1, 1943) was the founder of the modern Thai education system as well as the modern provincial administration. He was also a self-taught historian, and one of the most influential intellectuals of his time.
Damru Damru is one of the attributes of several Hindu deities and gods, particularly of Shiva. Damru is a small hourglass shaped drum, and is particularly associated with Shiva in his aspect as the Nataraja, performing the cosmic dance of tandava.
Damsel in distress The subject of the damsel in distress or persecuted maiden is a classic theme in world literature, art and film. She is almost inevitably a young, nubile woman, who has been placed in a dire predicament by a villain or a monster and who requires a hero to dash to her rescue.
Damselfly The Damselfly (Suborder Zygoptera) is an insect in the Order Odonata. Damselflies are similar to dragonflies, but the adults can be differentiated by the fact that the wings of most damselflies are held along the body when at rest.
DamsgĂĄrd DamsgĂĄrd hovedgĂĄrd (DamsgĂĄrd manor) is a landmark manor and estate situated in the section of Bergen, Norway known as LaksevĂĄg. It is noted for its distinct rococo style and is possibly the best preserved wooden building from 18th century Europe.
Damtshaa diamond mine The Damtshaa diamond mine is a diamond mine located in Botswana about 220 kilometers (140 miles) west of the city of Francistown. Damtshaa, meaning "water for a tortoise", is owned by Debswana, a partnership between the De Beers company and the government of Botswana.
Damu Ridaz The Damu Ridaz was the group name of an assortment of Denver Lane Bloods & Crenshaw Mafia gang members from the Los Angeles area which recorded the Bloods/Crips collaboration album, Banging on Wax. Most of the Damu Ridaz are now in jail or dead.
Damxung Damxung is a small modern Tibetan town of low-barrack like buildings and is the administrative centre of Damxung County near Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region. Unlike many of the quaint old Tibetan settlements in the more southern farming areas of Tibet this town is modern, built up during the 1960s by the Chinese.
Damy radÄ™ "Damy radÄ™" (Polish: We'll hack it) is a Polish hip hop single from the 2002 "We wĹ‚asnej osobie" album by WWO, with female voice samples by Iza Puk.WWO - We WĹ‚asnej Osobie The single's cover is almost identical to the album with the title being changed below the "WWO" inscription.
Dan (Chinese opera) Dan (ć—¦) is the general name for the female roles in Chinese opera. There are a few different kinds of 'Dan's in Chinese opera. The commonly seen ones are 'Gui Men Dan', 'Hua Dan', 'Dao Ma Dan', 'Wu Dan', 'Lao Dan' and 'Cai Dan'. Each different kind of 'Dan' has their own unique characteristic.
Dan and Nick: The Wildebeest Years Dan and Nick: The Wildebeest Years was a BBC Radio 4 comedy series originally broadcast in seven episodes in 1998. The Dan and Nick of the title are Dan Freedman and Nick Romero, who often appeared on Loose Ends.
Dan Abnett Dan Abnett is a British writer, mainly of comic books and gaming fiction. Primarily Abnett has worked for 2000 AD and Marvel Comics (including their UK imprint) since the early 1990s, although he has also contributed to DC Comics titles.
Dan Abrams Dan Abrams (born May 20, 1966) is the chief legal correspondent for NBC News, former host of The Abrams Report, and the current General Manager of MSNBC. Prior to joining MSNBC, Abrams was a reporter for Court TV, and he has continued his legal reporting on his current network.
Dan Ackman Dan Ackman is an American journalist and civil rights lawyer. He has written on law, policy, business, and sports for such publications as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Daily News, Newsday, the New York Post, the American Lawyer, The New York Observer, Slate, Inc.
Dan Ahdoot Dan Ahdoot is an Iranian-American Jewish stand-up comedian who primarily performs in New York City. He is well-known for being a contestant in NBC's reality TV show Last Comic Standing and for performing on Comedy Central's Premium Blend.
Dan Andelman Dan Andelman and his brother Dave Andelman are hosts of the popular TV 38 show The Phantom Gourmet. The sons of sports radio personality Eddie Andelman Dan and Dave drive all over the greater Boston, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire areas looking for the area's finest dining establishments.
Dan Anderson (psychologist) Dan Anderson (March 30, 1920â€“February 19, 2003) was a psychologist and head of Hazelden between 1961 and his retirement in 1986. He was the pioneer of the Minnesota Model for alcohol and drug addiction treatment, based in part on the twelve-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Dan Andriano Dan Andriano (born June 27, 1977) is the bassist and co-vocalist (alongside vocalist/guitarist Matt Skiba and drummer Derek Grant) for the punk band Alkaline Trio. Formerly the bassist for the ska-punk band Slapstick and singer/bassist for Tuesday, Andriano joined the band after original bassist Rob Doran left in late 1997.
Dan Anthony Dan Anthony (born in Los Angeles, California) is a Recording Artist, Song Writer and Musician. The Guitarist played along side the original Surf-Rock guitarist, legendary Dick Dale, was founder of the California surf band of the late 1960's, Royale Monarchs, the house band for Bob Eubanks Cinnamon Cinder night clubs.
Dan Anton Johansen Dan Anton Johansen (born August 13, 1979) is a Danish professional footballer, playing as a defender for LillestrĂ¸m SK in the Norwegian Premier League. Johansen started his career with Danish team BrĂ¸ndby IF in 1999, with whom he won the 2002 and 2005 Danish Superliga championships.
Dan Archer Dan Archer was an American college and professional football player. A offensive guard and tackle, he played college football at the University of Oregon, and played professionally in the American Football League for the Oakland Raiders in 1967, and for the Cincinnati Bengals in 1968.
Dan August Dan August was a short-lived (one season and 26 episodes) 1970-1971 television series, which starred Burt Reynolds as the title character; a police detective who solved homicides in his hometown of Santa Luisa, California. Other cast members included Norman Fell, Ena Hartman and Richard Anderson.
Dan Aykroyd Daniel Edward Aykroyd CM (born July 1, 1952 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is an Academy Award-nominated Canadian comedian, actor, screenwriter, and musician. He was an original cast member of Saturday Night Live, an originator of the Blues Brothers (with John Belushi), and has had a long career as a film actor and screenwriter.
Dan Barker Dan Barker (born June 25 1949) is a prominent American atheist activist who served as an evangelical preacher for 19 years, but left Christianity in 1984. A successful musician, Barker has composed over 200 songs that have been published or recorded.
Dan Barrett (politician) Dan Barrett is an American Republican politician and a county commissioner from Davie County, North Carolina. Barrett was one of the candidates for the Republican gubernatorial nomination to challenge Governor Mike Easley in the 2004 election.
Dan Barry (cartoonist) Daniel Barry (November 7 1923-January 1997) was a cartoonist. Beginning in the comic books during the 1940s with Leonard Starr, Stan Drake and his brother Sy Barry, he helped define and exemplify a particular kind of "New York Slick" style which dominated comics until the Marvel Revolution brought attention to the Jack Kirby style.
Dan Baugh Dan Baugh (born on September 10,1974 in Regina, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian rugby union player, who recently retired due to a long string of injuries. He ended his career in Wales with the Cardiff Blues of the Celtic League.
Dan Beach Bradley Dan Beach Bradley (1804-1873) was a Christian missionary to Siam from 1835 until his death. In addition to his missionary work, he served as a doctor, printer, writer, government advisor, and an unofficial American Ambassador.
Dan Bern Dan Bern (aka Bernstein, a name which he sometimes performs under) is a guitarist, singer, songwriter, novelist, and painter. His music is often compared to that of Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen and Elvis Costello.
Dan Block Dan Block is an American traditional Jazz clarinetist who has worked with artists such as Charles Mingus, Toshiko Akiyoshi and Maria Schneider. He is a member of the Marty Groz' Band, and also can be found in the pits of various Broadway shows in New York City.
Dan Boyle (politician) Dan Boyle (born August 14, 1962) is an Irish Green Party politician. He is a Teachta DĂˇla (TD) for Cork South Central and is currently the Green Party spokesperson on Finance, Social & Family Affairs, Finance and Community, Rural Development & the Islands.
Dan Brady (politician) Dan Brady is a Republican member of the Illinois House of Representatives representing the 88th district where he has served since 2001. Brady currently serves as Minority Caucus Chair, a House Leadership position he has held since 2003.
Dan Brickley Dan Brickley (born January 16, 1980) is an American fashion television personality. While attending college at New York University, Dan was discovered by comedienne Rosie O'Donnell in a movie theater and was then coined "The Most Beautiful Man" on her daytime talk show.
Dan Bryk Dan Waldemar Bryk (born September 23, 1970) is a North American indie-rock singer-songwriter and recording artist. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Bryk is currently based in the sprawling 'Triangle' Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, North Carolina music scene.
Dan Burros Daniel "Dan" Burros (March 5, 1937 â€“ October 31, 1965), was a former member of the United States Marine Corps who, after exhibiting bizarre behavior, joined the American Nazi Party, which had been founded in Virginia by a former Naval aviator named George Lincoln Rockwell. However, Burros' behavioral problems worsened, and it alienated him from his comrades in the ANP.
Dan Bus Company Dan Bus Company is an Israeli bus company based in Tel Aviv. It operates local bus service in the Gush Dan metropolitan area as well as some intercity bus service connecting the Gush Dan area with nearby regions of the country such as Samaria and Jerusalem.
Dan Caldwell Daniel Caldwell is an American actor, stage director and drama teacher (Director, Voice, Alexander Technique). He is the founder of Conservatory Theatre Ensemble (CTE), formerly called Ensemble Theatre Company (ETC), at Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley, California, where he taught drama for 37 years until his retirement in 1999.
Dan Campbell Daniel Allen Campbell (born April 13, 1976 in Clifton, Texas) is an American football tight end for the Detroit Lions of the NFL. He was originally selected with the 18th pick of the third round of the 1999 NFL Draft out of Texas A&M University by the New York Giants.
Dan Campilan Danifel Manaba Campilan (November 27 1980 - October 7 2006), was a radio and TV reporter for GMA Network. As a radio reporter and later as a TV reporter, Campilan was practically in the center of many upheavals and shakeups that the country has gone through, from the impeachment of former Philippine president Joseph Estrada and the swearing in of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo to the impeachment bid of Supreme Court Chief Justice Hilario Davide.
Dan Capecci Dan Capecci, born December 10, 1983 in Hackensack, New Jersey, United States is a midfielder currently playing for American USL Second Division side Wilmington Hammerheads. He joined the Hammerheads in 2004 after a season with USL Premier Development League team Syracuse Salty Dogs.
Dan Cederholm Dan Cederholm is a web designer, author, and speaker living in Salem, Massachusetts. He's the founder of SimpleBits, a web design studio (and weblog), where he writes articles and commentary about the web, technology, and life.
Dan Clarke Dan Clarke is a British auto racing driver born October 4, 1983 in Mexborough. A veteran of British Formula Ford where he won the prestigous Formula Ford Festival, he moved up the British Formula Three Championship in 2005 in a team part owned by Kimi RĂ¤ikkĂ¶nen, RĂ¤ikkĂ¶nen Robertson Racing, and finished 5th overall, taking one win at Castle Combe.
Dan Coates (announcer) Dan O. Coates (April 9, 1910 - March 15, 1998), born in Fort Worth, Texas, was best known as television commentator for that city's professional wrestling shows on KTVT's Main Event Wrestling (which became known as Saturday Night Wrestling in the 1970's, and Championship Sports in the '80s) from the mid-1960's until 1976, when he was replaced by longtime sports broadcaster Bill Mercer.
Dan Cody Dan Cody (born December 1, 1981 in Ada, Oklahoma) is an American football linebacker. He played college football at the University of Oklahoma and was selected in the second round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens.
Dan Cole Dan Cole, sports talk personality on the FAN sports radio network, broadcasts from the flagship station KFAN in St. Louis Park, Minnesota, from noon - 2pm (affectionately known as â€śnothing at noonâ€ť) Monday through Friday.
Dan Colen Dan Colen (born 1979, New Jersey) is an artist based in New York. He has been exhibited internationally by leading galleries such as Gagosian Gallery and features in the USA Today exhibition at the Royal Academy in Fall 2006.
Dan Crary Dan Crary is an American guitarist and innovator of the "flatpicking" style of guitar playing. Along with Doc Watson, Tony Rice and David Grier, he is considered a premier performer of the guitar style today.
Dan Crawford Dan Crawford (born November 23, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois) is a professional basketball referee in the National Basketball Association (NBA) since 1984-85 NBA season. Beginning with the 2006-07 NBA season, Crawford has officiated in 1,425 regular season, 191 playoff, and 18 NBA Finals games.
Dan Crowley Dan Crowley (born 28 August, 1965 in Brisbane, Australia) is an Australian rugby union footballer who played for the Wallabies 38 times and earned over 100 caps for the Queensland Reds during his rugby career. Crowley's family moved to Australia from the United Kingdom to Central Queensland, before moving to Brisbane.
Dan Curtis R. Daniel Curtis (August 12 1928 â€“ March 27 2006) was an American director and producer of television and film, probably best known for the afternoon TV series Dark Shadows, which originally aired from 1966 to 1971 and has aired in syndication for the last thirty years.
Dan Deacon Dan Deacon is a Baltimore, Maryland-based absurdist electronic music composer/performer. He attended Purchase College in Purchase, New York where he completed his graduate studies in electro-acoustic and computer music composition.
Dan DeCarlo Daniel S. DeCarlo (12 December, 1919, New Rochelle, New York - 19 December, 2001, New Rochelle, New York) was an American cartoonist best known as the artist who developed the look of Archie Comics in the late 1950s and early 1960s, modernizing the characters to their contemporary appearance and establishing the publisher's house style.
Dan DeQuille William Wright (1829-1898), better known by the pen name Dan DeQuille or Dan De Quille, was an American author, journalist, and humorist. He was best known for his written accounts of the people, events, and silver mining operations on the Comstock Lode at Virginia City, Nevada, including his non-fiction book A History of the Big Bonanza (American Publishing Company, 1876).
Dan Devine Dan Devine (December 22, 1924 - May 9, 2002) was a football coach who served as head coach at three colleges and also served for four years as head coach of the Green Bay Packers from 1971 to 1974. During his final coaching stint, he led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish to the 1977 national championship.
Dan Dickau Daniel (Dan) David Dickau (born September 16, 1978 in Portland, Oregon) is an American professional basketball player in the NBA with the Portland Trail Blazers. He played for the University of Washington Huskies prior to transferring to, and becoming a standout point guard for, the Gonzaga University Bulldogs.
Dan DiDio Dan DiDio is an American comic book editor and executive. He is currently the Senior Vice President â€” Executive Editor, DC Universe, for DC Comics, having been promoted to that position in October 2002 after having joined the company in January 2002 as DC Universe Vice President â€” Editorial.
Dan Doherty Dan Doherty was general manager of Al Swearengen's Gem Theater in Deadwood, South Dakota when it opened in 1877. The character "Dan Dority" in the HBO television series Deadwood, who occupies a similar position, is presumably based on him.
Dan Driessen Dan Driessen (born July 29, 1951 in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina) is a former Major League Baseball infielder who played for three teams in his eighteen year career, and is best known as a member of the Cincinnati Reds "Big Red Machine" of the 1970s.
Dan Drinan Dan Drinan (born April 14, 1960) is an American sprint car driver from Indianapolis who failed on three separate attempts to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. His first attempt came in 1996, the first year that the Indy Racing League sanctioned the race.
Dan Druen Dan Druen was a Kentucky state Transportation Cabinet official in the administration of Republican Governor Ernie Fletcher. Druen joined the Fletcher administration in 2004 and was appointed to the post of Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Administrative Services.
Dan Dugan Dan Dugan is generally acknowledged to be the first theatre sound designer credited by a Regional Repertory Theatre in North America. He also invented the automatic microphone mixer, the patent to which he licensed for many years to Altec Lansing and which is now manufactured by himself in a much improved and modern version.
Dan Duchaine Daniel "Dan" Duchaine (1952 - January 12 2000) was a former American bodybuilder, author, two time convicted felon and philosopher. Nicknamed The Steroid Guru, Duchaine gained worldwide notoriety due to his outspoken opinions on the use of performance enhancing drugs, and made numerous television appearances discussing the subject on shows such as 20/20, Geraldo and 60 Minutes.
Dan Duncan Dan Duncan (1933-) is cofounder, chairman and majority shareholder of Enterprise Products Partners. According to Forbes magazine, as of 2006 Dan Duncan is the richest person in the city of Houston and the 3rd richest person in Texas, with a net worth of 7.
Dan Duryea Dan Duryea (born January 23, 1907, in White Plains, New York; died June 7, 1968, in Hollywood, California) was an American TV and movie actor. He made his name on Broadway in the play Dead End, followed by The Little Foxes, in which he played the dishonest and not particularly bright weakling Leo Hubbard.
Dan Duva Daniel Salvator Duva (7 November, 1951 â€“ 28 January, 1996) was a boxing promoter who promoted or co-promoted over 100 world championship fights through his family run business, Main Events. Under his leadership Main Events promoted such notable champions as Evander Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Pernell Whitaker, Mark Breland and many others.
Dan Eldon Robert Eldon (September 18], [[1970 in Hampstead, England â€“ July 12, 1993 in Mogadishu, Somalia) was a British photojournalist. He was working for Reuters as a freelance photographer when he was dispatched to the site of an attack, led by United States forces, on what was believed to be where Mohammed Farah Aidid's Habar Gedir clan were meeting to plot against U.
Dan Ellis Dan Ellis (born June 19, 1980, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) is a hockey goaltender currently playing for the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League and their American Hockey League affiliate, the Iowa Stars. Ellis attended the University of Nebraska, Omaha, home to a Division-I hockey program.
Dan Empfield Dan Empfield is an entrepreneur in the world of multisport, inventor of the 'speed wetsuit' - Quintana Roo in 1987, and the "tri-specific racing bike" with Quintana Roo in 1989. Today Dan is the editor and publisher of the popular on-line triathlon news and commentary web site SlowTwitch.
Dan Estes Daniel Dwain Estes (born February 17, 1972) is an American neo-conservative political consultant based in Salem, Oregon. For much of his career, Estes has worked almost exclusively with conservative Republican clients, despite his rather moderate and pragmatic positions on several social issues.
Dan Falzon Dan Falzon (born 1972-11-24) is an Australian actor, best-known for his role as "Rick Alessi" on the television soap opera Neighbours. He also appeared in the Channel Nine drama The Alice, as a park ranger.
Dan Farmer Dan Farmer (born April 5, 1962) is a computer security researcher. In a summer course in 1989, in order to graduate from Purdue University he started the development of the COPS program for identifying security issues on Unix systems under Gene Spafford, first releasing it after leaving Purdue in late 1989.
Dan Flavin Dan Flavin (April 1, 1933 â€“ November 29, 1996) was an American minimalist sculptor who created sculptural objects and installations from commercially available fluorescent light fixtures. These works, which he called "icons", have been credited with helping to start the minimalist movement in 1963.
Dan Fogelberg Daniel Grayling "Dan" Fogelberg (born August 13, 1951) is an American singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, whose music has been inspired by sources as diverse as folk, pop, classical, jazz, and bluegrass music.
Dan Fogler Dan Fogler is an actor from New York, best known for playing the character William BarfĂ©e in the musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and part of the original broadway cast. Along with actor Sarah Saltzberg, he was one of the original creators of the show when it began as a non-musical play Off-Broadway.
Dan Forden Daniel Warren Forden (born September 28, 1963 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American sound programmer, music composer, and the lead on several high-profile arcade and pinball games. The most notable he has worked on is the Mortal Kombat fighting game series.
Dan Frawley (hockey player) William Daniel Frawley (born: Stugeon Falls, Ontario, 2 June 1962). During his junior hockey years, Frawley played for the Sudbury Wolves of the OHA and the Cornwall Royals of the QMJHL, before being drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks, 204th overall in 1980.
Dan Gable Dan Gable (born October 25, 1948 in Waterloo, Iowa), could be considered the Babe Ruth of wrestling. He became a legend not just as a wrestler, but as head coach of the University of Iowa Hawkeye wrestling team.
Dan Gadzuric Dan Gadzuric (GadĹľuriÄ‡ in Serbian, pronounced (born February 2, 1978 in The Hague) is a Dutch professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA. Gadzuric, a center, attended Governor Dummer Academy before playing college basketball at UCLA, U.
Dan Gallagher Dan Gallagher (May 14,1957 - January 20,2001) was a Canadian broadcaster who hosted the CBC Television music video program Video Hits from 1991 to 1993. In the 1980s he appeared on the Canadian music channel MuchMusic as a VJ and host of the Pepsi Power Hour.
Dan GardopĂ©e Dan GardopĂ©e aka Dan Grandpre (aka Basehead in the tracker community) is an electronic musician and former member of game music production company Straylight Productions. He was active in the tracking community during the 1990s and was a member of the groups Five Musicians and Kosmic Free Music Foundation.
Dan Garvin Dan Garvin is one of four founding members of the rock band SR-71 (band), formerly on RCA Records. The band scored a #2 hit in 2001 with â€śRight Now,â€ť the first single from their major-label debut, Now You See Inside.
Dan Geer Dan Geer is one of a small number of pioneers in the security world that raised critical issues before others could see a risk emerge. He is most recently known to many as the chief technical officer for @stake, a computer security consulting company that did work for large banks and technology vendors including Microsoft.
Dan Gibson Dan Gibson (Montreal, January 19, 1922 â€“ March 18, 2006) was one of Canadaâ€™s legendary outdoorsmen. As a photographer, cinematographer and sound recordist, Dan documented the sights and sounds of wildernesses around the world for over 60 years.
Dan Gilbert (businessman) Daniel "Dan" Gilbert is the Chairman and founder of Rock Finanical and Quicken Loans Inc. Gilbert is also the majority owner of the National Basketball Associationâ€™s Cleveland Cavaliers (having purchased them in March, 2005).
Dan Gillerman Dan Gillerman (Hebrew: ×“×ź ×’×™×ś×¨×ž×ź), born in the British Mandate of Palestine in 1944, is Israel's 13th Permanent Representative to the United Nations. He was appointed in July 2002 and assumed his post on January 1, 2003.
Dan Glickman Daniel Robert "Dan" Glickman (born November 24, 1944) is an American politician. He served as the United States Secretary of Agriculture from 1995 until 2001, prior to which he represented the Fourth Congressional District of Kansas as a Democrat in Congress for 18 years.
Dan Goldie Dan Goldie (born October 3, 1963 in Sioux City, Iowa) is a former tennis player from the United States, who won two singles (1987, Newport and 1988, Seoul) and two doubles titles during his career. The righthander reached his highest singles ATP-ranking on April 17, 1989, when he became the number 27 of the world.
Dan Goldstick Dan (Danny) Goldstick is a professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of Toronto, Canada, and member of the Central Executive Committee of the Communist Party of Canada for whom he has been a frequent candidate at the federal and provincial level.
Dan Goodwin Dan Goodwin from Las Vegas is a self proclaimed, amateur stuntman who in 1981 successfully climbed the Sears Tower and the John Hancock Center in Chicago, Illinois. After a six hour climb up the Sears Tower, he was arrested for trespassing and only released after paying a fine.
Dan Gordon (animator) Dan Gordon was an American storyboard artist and film director, best known for his work at both Famous Studios and Hanna-Barbera Productions. While at Famous, Gordon wrote and directed several Popeye the Sailor and Superman cartoons.
Dan Gordon (screenwriter) Dan Gordon is an American writer noted for his film and television work. He graduated from UCLA as a film and television major, and went on to write screenplays including Passenger 57 (1992), Wyatt Earp (1994), Murder in the First (1995), The Assignment (1997) and The Hurricane (1999) (the story of boxer Rubin Carter), as well as several novels.
Dan Green (comics) Dan Green is an American comic book illustrator, working as a penciler primarily from the early-1970â€™s to mid-1980â€™s. He has had a unique career â€“ often he provided the finished art after receiving breakdowns by some legendary artists such as John Romita, John Romita, Jr.
Dan Green (voice actor) Dan Green (born February 7, 1975 in San Rafael, California, USA), also credited as Jay Snyder, is an American voice actor who provided the voices of many characters in multiple cartoons and anime shows such as PokĂ©mon and the Yu-Gi-Oh! second series anime (Yu-Gi-Oh!
Dan Greenberg Dan Greenberg is an American politician and a Republican member of the Arkansas House of Representatives. Greenberg, who lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, represents legislative district 31 in Arkansas, which includes portions of Pulaski County and Saline County.
Dan Gutman Dan Gutman (born 19 October 1955 in New York City) is an author from New Jersey. A prolific writer, with over a dozen works set to be released in 2006 alone, Gutman has written over 60 books, both fictional and non-fictional.
Dan Hampton Daniel Oliver Hampton (Born September 19, 1957 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is a former American football defensive tackle who played twelve seasons for the Chicago Bears from 1979 to 1990 in the National Football League.