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Dave Sifry Dave Sifry is an American software entrepreneur and blogosphere icon known most recently for founding Technorati, a leading blog search engine. He also lectures widely on wireless technology and policy, weblogs, and open source software.
Dave Simpson Dave Simpson (born March 3, 1962 in London, Ontario) is a former ice hockey player regarded by many as one of the best Canadian hockey players never to have played in the NHL or WHA. He played junior hockey for the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, and recorded the best single season in team history when he recorded 155 points in 1981-82.
Dave Sinclair David (Dave) Sinclair (born November 24, 1947 in Herne Bay, Kent, England), is a keyboardist (organ, pianos, synthesizer) who has been part of the progressive rock Canterbury Scene. He became famous with the band Caravan and was the author of some of their classic tracks: "For Richard", "Nine Feet Underground", "The Dabsong Conshirtoe", "Proper Job/Back To Front".
Dave Singleton Dave Singleton is the author of two books, The Mandates: 25 Real Rules for Successful Gay Dating and Behind Every Great Woman There's a Fabulous Gay Man (Advice from a Guy Who Gives it to You Straight)[http://www.amazon.
Dave Smyth Dave Smyth, born in Belfast in 1947 is the record producer responsible for many of the recordings of punk and new wave bands that emerged from the Belfast music scene in the mid to late seventies on the Good Vibrations label. His most well known recording was The Undertones, Teenage Kicks E.
Dave Snuggerud Dave Snuggerud (born June 20, 1966 in Minnetonka, Minnesota, USA) is a retired American professional ice hockey right wing. He was drafted by the Buffalo Sabres in the 1987 NHL Supplemental Draft out of the University of Minnesota.
Dave Spikey Dave Spikey (born David Bramwell, September 1950 in Bolton, Lancashire) is an English comedian based in Chorley, Lancashire. Spikey spent his early career working in the haematology laboratory at Bolton General Hospital.
Dave Spitz Dave "The Beast" Spitz is a musician who played the bass guitar for Black Sabbath from 1985 to 1987, appearing on the album Seventh Star (1986). Although credited in The Eternal Idol (1987), he did not perform on the album.
Dave Stann Dave Stann, born November 12, (year unknown) in Cleveland, Ohio, is an actor, television personality, and blackjack player. His monikers include "Hollywood" Dave Stann and "The Undisputed Bad Boy of Blackjack".
Dave Stead David "Steady" Stead (born 15 October 1966 in Huddersfield, England) is the drummer for the alternate pop / rock band, The Beautiful South. He moved to Hull with his mother, and brothers and sisters after his parents split up.
Dave Steckel Dave Steckel (born March 15, 1982 in West Bend, Wisconsin, USA) is an American professional ice hockey center. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in the first round, 30th overall, in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.
Dave Stetson Dave Stetson, born in 1946 in Pittsburg, California, and moving to Vermont with his family later that same year, Dave spent his formative years in the country on his grandfather's farm. He lived in Vermont until 1962 and then, at the end of his junior year in high school, his father moved the whole family to Phoenix, Arizona.
Dave Stewart (musician) David Lloyd Stewart (born Waterloo, London, 30 December 1950) is a musician currently recording with singer Barbara Gaskin. He has worked as a magazine columnist, has written books on music theory, and has played keyboards in various Canterbury scene progressive rock bands: Uriel, Egg, Arzachel, Khan, Hatfield and the North, Gong, National Health, Bruford and Rapid Eye Movement.
Dave Storm David Otto Storm (born December 28, 1970 in San Fransisco, USA), is a musician, painter, writer, voice over artists and media producer. In addition to producing commercials, music, videos, and in-game entertainment for the Cincinnati Reds he plays guitar, sings and writes songs in Screaming Mimes, does a wide variety of music and voice work for companies all over the world.
Dave Syverson Dave Syverson (born June 29, 1957) is a Republican member of the Illinois State Senate representing the 34th district, where he is currently serving his fourth term. He was elected in 1992 as part of a group of conservative state senators dubbed the "fab five" who often challenged the leadership of the Illinois Republican Party; other members of the "fab five" included, Peter Fitzgerald, Patrick O'Malley, Steve Rauschenberger, and Chris Lauzen.
Dave Szulborski Dave Szulborski is an authority on alternate reality games, and has written a book about it called This is Not a Game: a Guide to Alternate Reality Gaming. He has also created many games, including Chasing the wish and Catching the Wish.
Dave the Chameleon Dave the Chameleon was the British Labour Party's advertising slogan, and the basis of their political campaign, for the 2006 elections to local government. The campaign attempted to portray the opposition leader, David Cameron, as an ever changing populist who will be whatever people want him to be.
Dave Tarras Dave Tarras, 1897-1989, born Dovid Tarraschuk in Ternivka, (a village in Teplytskyi Raion, Vinnytsia Oblast, Ukraine), possibly the most famous 20th century klezmer musician. He is known for his long career and his very skilled clarinet playing.
Dave Tatsuno Dave Tatsuno (born Masaharu Tatsuno August 18 1913; died January 26, 2006 in California) was a Japanese American businessman who documented life in his family's internment camp during World War II. His footage was later compiled into the film Topaz (named for the Topaz Relocation Center where he was confined).
Dave Taylor (Albertan politician) Dave Taylor is a Canadian politician who currently represents the electoral division of Calgary Currie in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. Taylor is a member of the Alberta Liberal Party and serves as Deputy Leader and Advanced Education critic in the official opposition.
Dave Thomas (American businessman) Rex David "Dave" Thomas (July 2, 1932 â€“ January 8, 2002) was an American businessman and philanthropist. Thomas was the founder and chief executive officer of Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers, a fast-food restaurant chain specializing in hamburgers.
Dave Thomas (physicist) Dave Thomas is a physicist and mathematician, mostly known for his writings and research on the paranormal (such as UFO sightings in Roswell, New Mexico and Aztec culture, as well as finding codings in other texts that dispute the credibility of the Bible Code).
Dave Thompson Dave Thompson is a British stand-up comedian and actor, who hit the headlines in July 1997 after being sacked from the role of Tinky-Winky in hit children's television series, the Teletubbies. The BBC said in a letter to Thompson that his "interpretation of the role was not acceptable".
Dave Thorpe Dave Thorpe or David Thorpe is a British comic book writer who wrote Marvel UK's Captain Britain character prior to Alan Moore. He helped revamp the character with Alan Davis in The Mighty World Of Marvel issue 377 and wrote the character till issue 386, Moore took over the writing duties from issue 387.
Dave Tippett David "Dave" Tippett (Born: August 25, 1961 in Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Canada) is a former left-winger and current head coach in the National Hockey League. Tippett is the 19th head coach of the Dallas Stars, since accepting the job on May 21, 2002.
Dave Tomlin David Allen Tomlin (born June 22, 1949 in Maysville, Kentucky) was a Relief Pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds (1972-73 and 1978-80), San Diego Padres (1974-77), Montreal Expos (1982 and 1986) and Pittsburgh Pirates (1983 and 1985).
Dave Twardzik David John Twardzik (born September 30, 1950 in Hershey, Pennsylvania) is a former professional basketball player, and is currently the assistant General Manager for the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association. As a player he was a point guard in both the American Basketball Association and the NBA; and is best known for being a starter on the Portland Trail Blazers team that won the 1977 NBA Finals.
Dave Ulmer Dave Ulmer came up with the concept of the GPS Stash Hunt (now called geocaching) and introduced it to the world on May 2, 2000, the day after President Clinton turned off Selective Availability (SA), the intentional degradation of the Global Positioning System (GPS) signals available to the public.
Dave Upthegrove Dave Upthegrove (born May 3 1971 in Burien, Washington) is an American politician from Washington. He is currently a Democratic member of the Washington House of Representatives, representing the 33rd legislative district.
Dave van Horn Dave van Horn (born September 17, 1960) is the current head baseball coach of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks baseball team, which plays its home games in recently renovated Baum Stadium (located a couple of blocks from the University of Arkansas campus). He has been the head coach since June of 2002 when he took over for legendary Arkansas coach Norm DeBriyn.
Dave Valentine Dave Valentine was an rugby league player for Huddersfield in the Super League, his position of choice was loose forward. Valentine also represented Great Britain on many occasions, playing in one World Cup in 1954.
Dave Valle David Valle (born October 30, 1960 in Bayside, New York) was a Major League Baseball player from 1984 to 1996. He played for the Seattle Mariners, Boston Red Sox, Milwaukee Brewers and Texas Rangers, all of the American League.
Dave Veres David Scott Veres (born October 19, 1966 in Montgomery, Alabama), is a former professional baseball player who pitched in the Major Leagues from 1994-2003. On January 4, 2007 he signed a minor league deal with the Colorado Rockies
Dave Walder David John Hume Walder (born 7 May 1978 in Newcastle) is a rugby union footballer who plays at fly-half for Wasps. He joined London Wasps from Newcastle Falcons in the summer of 2006,and played a big part in his debut win, against Saracens.
Dave Wallace (baseball) David William (Dave) Wallace (born September 7, 1947 in Waterbury, Connecticut) is a Major League Baseball pitching coach, and a former General Manager and player. Most recently, Wallace was hired as the new pitching coach by the Houston Astros after serving in the same capacity for the Boston Red Sox from 2003 through 2006.
Dave Ward Dave "Squatch" Ward (born in Glasgow, Scotland) is a voice actor who has been featured in cartoons such as Dragonball Z and Mobile Suit Gundam Wing. He has also appeared in some live action features, mostly oriented towards science fiction/fantasy, including Legend of Earthsea and episodes of So Weird, Smallville, Highlander, and Stargate SG-1.
Dave Werner David Eberle Werner was an early-17th century explorer and spice trader responsible for, among other things, the establishment of vital salt trading routes in the Northern Atlantic and the ruthless massacre of the Massachupess Indians, an isolated branch of the Algonquin tribe. Although of Swiss and German ancestry, Werner sailed under many flags and for many kings.
Dave Wickersham David Clifford Wickersham (born September 27, 1935 in Erie, Pennsylvania) is a former starting pitcher in Major League Baseball. From 1960 through 1969, he played for the Kansas City Athletics (1960-63), Detroit Tigers (1964-67), Pittsburgh Pirates (1968) and Kansas City Royals (1969).
Dave Williams (musician) David (Dave) Williams (February 29, 1972 â€“ August 14, 2002) was the singer for the band Drowning Pool. He was born in Princeton, Texas to Charles Edward and Jo-Ann Williams, and was a fixture in the Dallas music scene throughout the 1990s playing in well-known clubs.
Dave Williams (Radio Announcer) Dangerous Dave Williams (born June 17, 1971 in Ballarat, Victoria) Radio Announcer heard on air at Melbourne's Triple M (Austereo). His previous stations include 2Day FM (Sydney), FOX FM (Melbourne), Nova 100 (Melbourne).
Dave Wills Dave Wills is an American radio sportscaster and currently serves as the play-by-play announcer for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, which is a position he has held since 2005 along with fellow broadcaster Andy Freed. Freed is currently signed through the 2008 season.
Dave Wilson (politician) Dave Wilson is a Canadian politician and member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, representing the riding of Sackville-Cobequid for the Nova Scotia New Democratic Party. He was first elected in the 2003 election and re-elected in the 2006 election.
Dave Winters Dave Winters (born June 30, 1952, Springfield, Illinois) is a Republican member of the Illinois House of Representatives representing the 68th district where he has served since 1995, Winters currently serves as Assistant Republican Leader.
Dave Wohl David Bruce (Dave) Wohl (born November 2 1949 in Flushing, New York) is an American former basketball player and coach. A 6'2" guard who grew up in East Brunswick, New Jersey and played collegiately at the University of Pennsylvania, Wohl was selected in the 3rd round of the 1971 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers.
Dave Worthy Dave Worthy (15 September 1934 - 27 December 2004) was a member of the Canadian House of Commons from 1988 to 1993. Worthy was born in Consul, Saskatchewan and had a varied career including teaching, computer engineering, hotel management and general business.
Dave Yovanovits Dave Yovanovits (born March 6 1981 in Stanhope, New Jersey) is an American football player who Until the start of the 2006 season played guard for the Cleveland Browns. He played in every snap of 40 of 45 games for Temple University.
Dave Zinkoff Dave Zinkoff (May 15, 1910 - December 25, 1985) was a sports public address announcer. He worked for the Philadelphia Warriors, Philadelphia 76ers, as well as various colleges and boxing and wrestling matches held at the Philadelphia Covention Hall.
Dave's Gourmet Dave's Gourmet is a company notable for creating and introducing Dave's Insanity Sauce, which for a while held the title of "world's hottest sauce." The sauce is widely distributed through gourmet hot-sauce boutiques and online hot-sauce sites.
Dave's Place Dave's Place was a national Australian weekly musical variety television show starring Dave Guard, formerly of The Kingston Trio and The Whiskeyhill Singers. Guard as host was joined each Sunday night with Dave's Place Group, performing several folk songs.
Dave's Place Group Dave's Place Group was the tea house folk music group on the 1965 Australian weekly television program Dave's Place starring Dave Guard. The group performed with Guard singing several traditional folk songs on the shows.
Dave's True Story Dave's True Story is a jazz/pop trio based in New York City, consisting of guitarist/songwriter Dave Cantor, singer Kelly Flint, and bassist Jeff Eyrich. Their eccentric songs include Sex Without Bodies and Ned's Big Dutch Wife, and they recently released an album consisting entirely of Bob Dylan covers.
Dave's World Dave's World was a 1993â€“1997 CBS sitcom that was based on the writing of Miami Herald columnist Dave Barry. The show focused on the daily trials and tribulations of columnist Barry (Harry Anderson) of the fictional Miami Record-Dispatch, his wife Beth (DeLane Matthews), and their sons Tommy (Zane Carney) and Willie (Andrew Ducote).
Daveigh Chase Daveigh Chase is an American actress, singer, and voice over artist. She was born Daveigh (pronounced "Da-Vay") Elizabeth Schwallier on July 24, 1990 in Las Vegas, Nevada, but this was later changed to Daveigh Elizabeth Chase after her parents divorced.
Daven Holly Daven Holly (born August 8, 1982 in Clairton, Pennsylvania) is an American football cornerback for the Cleveland Browns of the NFL. He was originally selected by the San Francisco 49ers with the first pick of the seventh round of the 2005 NFL Draft out of the University of Cincinnati.
Davenport (electoral district) Davenport is a federal and provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Canadian House of Commons since 1935, and in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1999. Its population in 2001 was 111,705.
Davenport Brothers Ira Erastus Davenport (1839 â€“ 1911) and William Henry Davenport (1841 â€“ 1877), better known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 1800s, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers are famous for deceptively presenting illusions that were claimed to be of a supernatural origin.
Davenport Central High School Davenport Central High School (founded 1904) is a four-year high school in Davenport, Iowa. It offers over 200 courses in a four-block schedule, as well as a variety of extracurricular activities, clubs, and teams.
Davenport College Davenport College (colloquially often referred to as D'port) is one of the twelve residential colleges of Yale University. Its buildings were completed in 1933 mainly in the Georgian style with a gothic faĂ§ade.
Davenport Public Library The Davenport Public Library provides the citizens of Davenport, Iowa, the best information, entertainment, and educational resources available. The DPL's annual circulation exceeds 600,000 items, including books, movies, music, and periodicals.
Davenport Skybridge The Davenport Skybridge is a pedestrian suspension bridge that spans River Drive (Highway 67) in downtown Davenport, Iowa. It connects LeClaire Park to a courtyard on 2nd Street, located right next to the River Music Experience.
Davenport Speedway Davenport Speedway was a half-mile dirt race track located in Davenport, Iowa. In 1953, the track became the first and last track in Iowa to host a NASCAR event, when it held a race for what is now the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series.
Davenport Tablets The Davenport Tablets are a series of fraudulent Native American â€śartifactsâ€ť discovered by amateur archaeologist, Reverend Jacob Gass, in the winter of 1877. They depict, among other things, illustrations of an astrological calendar, (Calendar Stone) Hebrew glyphs, the mathematical symbol for pi, musical notations, and representations of Biblical themes â€“ such as the Tree of Knowledge and Noah's ark.
Davenport University Davenport University is a private, non-profit, multi-location university located throughout the states of Indiana and Michigan. It was established in 1866 and currently offers Master's Degrees, Bachelor's Degrees, Associate's Degrees, diplomas, and post-grad certification programs in business, technology, health professions, and graduate studies (MBA).
Davenport, California Davenport, California (population 200) is a coastal community in an unincorporated area of Santa Cruz County on the Pacific Ocean, situated about 9 miles north of the town of Santa Cruz, on Highway One. It lies at and is at an elevation of 65 feet.
Daventry (King's Quest) Daventry is the name of the world and the kingdom where the games King's Quest take place according to the King's Quest Companion (in the games, the world is referred to as "Earth"). The history and geography of Daventry are not developed in the games, but the franchise sheds more light on its backstory.
Daventry International Railfreight Terminal Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal is a rail port and logistics centre located near Rugby, Warwickshire and Crick, Northamptonshire just south of the beginning of the M6 and a short distance from J18 of the M1 motorway.
Davetta Sherwood Davetta Sherwood (born January 27, 1984 in Mount Vernon, New York) is an American actress best known for playing the role of Lily Winters Romalotti on the CBS daytime drama The Young and the Restless from February 2006 until November 2006, when she was fired by Lynn Marie Latham and CBS Daytime chief Barbara Bloom from the show in favor of bringing back Christel Khalil, who held the role for three years before Sherwood.
Davey and Goliath Davey and Goliath was the title of a 1960s stop-motion animated television series. The programs, produced by the Lutheran Church in America (now a part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America), were created by Art Clokey after the success of his Gumby series.
Davey Boy Smith David "Davey" Boy Smith (November 27, 1962 â€“ May 18, 2002) was a British professional wrestler. Born in Golborne, Warrington (now in the Borough of Wigan), Smith is best known for his appearances in the United States of America with the World Wrestling Federation under his own name and under the ring name The British Bulldog.
Davey Faragher Davey Faragher has been the bassist for Elvis Costello's backing band the Imposters since 2001. He also plays club gigs in his home town of Los Angeles with fellow Imposter Pete Thomas and guitarist Val McCallum under the band name Jack Shit.
Davey Graham David Michael Gordon Graham, known as Davey Graham (originally Davy Graham), b. 22 November 1940 in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England, is a guitarist who is credited with sparking the folk-rock revolution in the UK in the 1960s.
Davey Johnson David Allen Johnson (born January 30 1943) in Orlando, Florida is a former second baseman and manager in Major League Baseball. Johnson played for the Baltimore Orioles (1965-72), Atlanta Braves (1973-75), Philadelphia Phillies (1977-78) and Chicago Cubs (1978).
Davey Moore (1980s) was born in New York, during the championship reign of the first Davey Moore. As a boxer, he rose quickly through the junior middleweight ranks -- perhaps too quickly, according to some boxing writers and critics.
Davey Morris Davey Morris is a radiodisc jockey for WPRO-FM located in Providence, Rhode Island. Also, his other duties with the station include Music Director and Assistant Program Director to Tony Bristol, the program director of the station.
Davey O'Brien Award The Davey O'Brien Award, officially the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award, is presented annually to the collegiate American football player adjudged by the Davey O'Brien Foundation to be the best of all National Collegiate Athletic Association quarterbacks. The award is generally recognized as more prestigious than the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, insofar as the eligibilty for the latter is restricted to seniors, and than the Manning Award, insofar as the latter, though open to all quarterbacks, has been given only since 2004.
Davey Pattison Davey Pattison (born in Scotland) is a San Francisco Bay Area based rock vocalist. Pattison recorded his first music in 1969, and his career took off after arrival in the United States on invitation from Bill Graham, in 1979, to front the band Gamma, formed by Bay Area guitarist Ronnie Montrose.
Davey Richards Davey Richards is an American professional wrestler from Othello, Washington. Richards has worked for several promotions, including Ring of Honor, PWG, PWWar, ECCW, Top Ranked Wrestling, AWA: Pinnacle Wrestling, NWA-Wildside, APW, PWIron, USA, AWS, HRW, Adrenaline Unleashed, and WWE.
Davey Street, Hobart Davey Street is one of the main streets of the central business district of the city of Hobart, capital of Tasmania, Australia. As well as forming the southern border of the CBD, it is part of the A6, technically making it part of the Huon Highway.
Davey von Bohlen Davey von Bohlen (born August 11, 1975) is an American musician and songwriter, best known for his roles as guitarist and vocalist in Cap'n Jazz, The Promise Ring, Vermont, and currently, Maritime. He is well known for his energetic stage presence and is often credited in print as one of the greatest contributors in the emo genre.
Davey Winder Davey Winder, previously known as "Wavey Davey" or "dwindera" but now settled as "happygeek", is a United Kingdom IT pundit who has worked as a consultant, writer and journalist. He is the 'IT Security Journalist of the Year (UK) 2006', and ten years ago he won the Technology Journalist of the Year award.
Davgata Davgata (Greek: Î”Î±Ď…ÎłÎ¬Ď„Î±) is a small settlement in the island of Kefalonia and is also in the Potamana region in Greece. Davgata located 7 km north of Argostoli, WSW of Sami and northeast of the Argostoli-Fiskardo Road.
Davi Kopenawa Yanomami Davi Kopenawa Yanomami, name also written Davi KobenawĂ¤ YanomamĂ¶ (born Toototobi, Brazil, circa 1970) is a shaman and Portugese-speaking spokesperson of the Yanomami Ăndios. He came to international prominence for this advocacy regarding tribal issues and Amazon Rainforest conservation.
Davian behavior Davian behavior is a scientific term of art referring to copulation with a dead conspecific. It was first observedâ€ in ground squirrels and in a bit of wit was named after an old limerick ("There was an old miner named Dave/ who kept a dead whore in his cave...
Davian Clarke Davian Clarke (born April 30, 1976) is a Jamaican athlete who mainly competes in the 400 metres. He won the bronze medal in 4 x 400 metres relay at the 1996 Olympics, and many relay medals followed before he won his first individual medal, at the 2004 IAAF World Indoor Championships.
David David (Hebrew: ×“Ö¸ÖĽ×•Ö´×“, Standard DavĂd Tiberian ;Arabic: ŘŻŘ§ŮŮŘŻ or ŘŻŘ§ŮŘŻ, ; Tigrinya:á‹łá‹Šá‰µ, DÄwÄ«t), meaning "beloved", was the second king of the united Kingdom of Israel (c. 1011 BCE â€“ 971 BCE).
David & Charles David & Charles (also David and Charles) is a publisher specialising in illustrated non-fiction books. The company was founded in the small town of Newton Abbot, in Devon, UK, on 1 April 1960 by David St John Thomas and Charles Hadfield.
David & Layla David & Layla is a 2006 film written and directed by the Kurdish-American director Jay Jonroy, an independent director and producer based in New York. It is his first feature film and is inspired by a true story.
David & Margaret Home The David & Margaret Home, located in La Verne, has been serving Southern Californiaâ€™s children, youth and families in need since 1910. Programs have evolved to include a residential treatment program for adolescent girls, a specialized non-public school for adolescent girls, a foster family agency for boys and girls, mental health services, assessment and treatment for learning-disabled individuals, independent living and vocational skills training for emancipating foster youth, and services for probation youth.
David "Puck" Rainey David "Puck" Rainey (born July 18, 1968 in Alameda County, California, United States) appeared on The Real World: San Francisco in 1994. A bicycle messenger during the show's shooting, he became notorious for becoming only the second Real World cast member to be evicted from the house due to his increasingly disruptive antics.
David "Race" Bannon David "Race" Bannon (born 1963) is a pseudonym for David Wayne Dilley, an American fraudster who posed as a former Interpol agent and wrote fictional accounts of his alleged adventures in various Asian countries, as well as other subjects including Asian politics, and computer science. Bannon's claims have been debunked since his arrest for criminal impersonation and other charges in January 2006.
David (Donatello) Donatello's bronze statue of David (circa 1440s) is notable as the first unsupported standing work in bronze cast during the renaissance period. It created a sensation when it was first shown, due to its portrayal of the nude young male.
David (Michelangelo) Michelangelo's David, sculpted from 1500 to 1504, is a masterpiece of Renaissance sculpture and one of Michelangelo's two greatest works of sculpture, along with the PietĂ . However, it is the David alone that almost certainly holds the title of the most recognizable statue in the history of art.
David (TV film) David is a drama, the true story of David Rothenberg who was burned as a child by his father. This made-for-television movie co-starred Matthew Lawrence as David, Bernadette Peters as his mother, and John Glover as his father.
David and Catherine Cook David and Catherine Cook (born 1988 and 1989) are a brother and sister duo from Skillman, New Jersey who own the social network service myYearbook with help from their older brother Geoff, who is a small business entrepreneur.
David and Goliath David and Goliath are figures a well-known tale in the Bible (1 Samuel 17, in most English versions), wherein David, an Israelite shepherd-boy and future King of Israel, using his sling, defeats and kills Goliath, a giant Philistine warrior, in single combat.
David and Goliath (Caravaggio) David and Goliath (or David with the Head of Goliath or David Victorious over Goliath ) is a painting by the Italian Baroque master Caravaggio (1571-1610. It was painted about 1599, and is held in the Prado museum, Madrid.
David and Jonathan David and Jonathan were heroic figures of the Kingdom of Israel, whose intimate relationship was recorded favorably in the Old Testament books of Samuel. There is debate amongst a few religious scholars whether this relationship was platonic,
David and Lucile Packard Foundation The David and Lucile Packard Foundation is a private foundation that provides grants to not-for-profit organizations. It was created in 1964 by David Packard (co-founder of HP) and his wife Lucile Salter Packard.
David and the Phoenix David and the Phoenix is a 1957 children's novel about a young boy's adventure's with a Phoenix. It was the first book written by American Edward Ormondroyd, a tale of friendship between two different species, a young boy and a magical bird, beginning with David's education in the ways of the mythical world and ending with the Phoenix's rebirth.