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David Kibet David Kibet (born 1963) is a former Kenyan middle distance runner who won a bronze medal at the African Championships 1990 over 1500 m. Kibet finished tenth in the 1992 Summer Olympics final and seventh in the 1991 World Championships.
David Kidwell David Kidwell (born April 23 1977 in Christchurch, New Zealand) is a New Zealand rugby league player in the National Rugby League competition. In 2006 Kidwell signed a pre-contract agreement to represent the South Sydney Rabbitohs until 2009.
David Kimhi David Kimhi (Hebrew: ×“×•×“ ×§×ž×—×™, also Kimchi or Qimchi) (1160-1235), also known by the Hebrew acronym as the RaDaK (×¨×“"×§), was a medieval rabbi, biblical commentator, philosopher, and grammarian. Born in Narbonne, Provence, he was the son of Rabbi Joseph Kimchi and the brother of Rabbi Moses Kimchi, both biblical commentators and grammarians.
David King (scientist) Professor Sir David King ScD FRS is Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Government, and consequently head of the Office of Science and Technology. He is also the Director of the Surface Science Research Group at the Department of Chemistry at University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Queens' College].
David Kirby David Kirby is an investigative journalist based in Brooklyn, New York, and was formerly a regular contributor to the New York Times since 1998, he is author of the 2005 book Evidence of Harm - Mercury in Vaccines and the Autism Epidemic: A Medical Controversy.
David Kirk David Edward Kirk, MBE, (born 5 October 1961 in Wellington; grew up in Palmerston North) is a former New Zealand rugby player best known for having been the captain of the All Blacks when they won the inaugural Rugby World Cup in 1987. Interestingly, he would not have been captain but for a practice injury suffered by regular captain Andy Dalton just prior to the World Cup that kept the latter out of the tournament.
David Klein (California State University Northridge) Professor David Klein teaches at the California State University Northridge Department of Mathematics. He has also been noted for advocating for rigorous, traditional mathematics instruction in K-12, in opposition to mathematics reform based on NCTM standards, the standards for mathematics education issued in 1989 by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
David Kneupper David Kneupper (1959 - ) is an award-winning composer and sound designer currently living in Los Angeles, specializing in original music for museums, theme parks, film and the concert stage. He's the recipient of numerous commissions and awards for creative excellence.
David Koepp David Koepp (born June 9, 1963 in Pewaukee, Wisconsin) is an American screenwriter and director. As a writer, he has worked on such blockbuster Hollywood films as Jurassic Park, Mission Impossible, and Spider-Man.
David Kohn David Kohn (1838-1915), also known as David Cahana, was a Russian archaeologist and Hebrew writer. He was born at Odessa and received a rabbinic education, but at the age of fourteen he took up the study of medieval literature and modern languages, and soon afterward, history and archaeology.
David Koch (television presenter) David James Koch, (pronounced Kosh), nicknamed Kochie (pronounced Kosh-ee), born 7 March 1956), is an Australian television personality, and financial commentator. He currently presents Seven Network's Sunrise morning program each weekday, as co-host with Melissa Doyle.
David Koon David Koon represents District 135 in the New York State Assembly, which includes such areas as East Rochester, Pennfield and Webster, New York, among other neighborhing communities located in upstate New York.
David Koppel David Koppel is a British photographer who started his career as a Fleet Street paparazzo in 1980s London, capturing the essence of the Me Decade. The subjects of Koppel's numerous photographs and portrait studies include Frank Sinatra, Marlon Brando, Jack Nicholson, the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton and Mohammed Ali.
David Koresh David Koresh (born Vernon Wayne Howell) (August 17, 1959 â€“ April 19, 1993) was the self-proclaimed leader of the Branch Davidians religious sect, believing himself to be the final prophet, until a 1993 raid by the U.S.
David Kosoof David ("Dave") William Kosoof (born July 26, 1978 in Rotorua) is a field hockey player from New Zealand, who finished in sixth position with the Men's National Team, nicknamed Black Sticks, at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. He was the final player named in the Athens Olympics team after Ryan Archibald failed last minute fitness testing.
David Kreiner David Kreiner (born March 8, 1981 in KitzbĂĽhel) is an Austrian nordic combined skier who has competed since 1998. He won two medals in the 4 x 5 km team event at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships with one silver (2001) and one bronze (2005), and finished 9th in the 15 km individual event at the 2001 championships.
David L. Brewer III David L. Brewer III (born May 19, 1946, in Farmville, Virginia) was unanimously nominated on October 12, 2006 by the Los Angeles Board of Education as the next superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
David L. Robbins David Robbins has written over 200 books under his own name and various pen names. Robbins has written for the following series: The Trailsman, Mack Bolan, Endworld, Blade, Wilderness, White Apache, Davy Crockett, Suspense, Horrors and The Hardy Boys.
David L. Smith (artist) David Lewis Smith (1921-) was born in Dayton, Ohio and is a well-known Miami Valley artist who works in watercolor and pen and ink. Smith experimented with a variety of techniques, but romantic realism â€” not to be confused with photo-realism â€” runs through his work.
David Laing (19th century architect) David Laing (1774 - 1856) is principally known as the architect of the New Custom House in London, which was completed in 1817 and collapsed in 1825. Assisted by a young William Tite, he also rebuilt the church of St Dunstan-in-the-East between 1817 and 1821.
David LaMotte David LaMotte, born on April 25, 1968 in Norfolk, Virginia is a singer-songwriter currently based in Black Mountain and Montreat, North Carolina. His work includes original folk music, children's music, and peacemaking.
David Lander David Landau (born June 22, 1947 in Brooklyn, New York), better known as David Lander, is an American actor, comedian, composer, musician, and baseball scout. David is also the Goodwill Ambassador for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
David Landes David Landes (born New York 1924) is professor emeritus of economics and retired professor of history at Harvard University. He is the author of Revolution in Time, The Unbound Prometheus, The Wealth and Poverty of Nations and Dynasties.
David Lange David Russell Lange (who pronounced his name "long-ee" IPA: lÉ”Ĺ‹i) CH, ONZ (4 August 1942 â€” 13 August, 2005), served as Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1984 to 1989. He headed New Zealand's fourth Labour Government, one of the most reforming administrations in his country's history, but in the opposite direction to what was expected from a traditionally socialist party.
David Langford David Langford (born April 10, 1953, in Newport, Monmouthshire) is a British science fiction author and critic. He publishes the science fiction newsletter Ansible, which he describes as "The SF Private Eye".
David Larsen David Larsen is an American stage actor from Portland, Oregon. A 1998 graduate of Hillsboro High School, Larsen starred in many productions, including the title role in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
David Lascelles, Viscount Lascelles David Henry George Lascelles, Viscount Lascelles (born 21 October 1950) is a British film producer and the eldest son of the 7th Earl of Harewood and his first wife, Marion Stein. His father is a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, and he is 40th in line to the British throne as well as Heir Apparent of the Earldom of Harewood.
David Lasley David Lasley (born August 20, 1947 in Branch, Michigan) is an United States singer-songwriter, best known for his contributions as a background singer for such artists as Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor and Luther Vandross.
David Lasser David Lasser ( 20 March 1902 â€“ Spring 1996) was one of the most influential figures of the early science fiction genre and worked closely with Hugo Gernsback. He was also heavily involved in the workersâ€™ rights struggles of the Great Depression.
David Lauer David 'Bruno' Lauer, born 1965 and better known by his ring name Harvey Wippleman, is a pro-wrestling manager, referee and sometimes competitor who is probably most recognized from his long running stint as a manager in the 1990s World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and later as the only male to ever win the WWF Womenâ€™s title. He still performs as Downtown Bruno occasionally in Memphis Wrestling.
David Lawrence (cricketer) David Valentine Lawrence (born January 28, 1964, Gloucester) is a former English cricketer who played in 5 Tests and one ODI from 1988 to 1992. David "Syd" Lawrence was a massively powerful fast-bowler in the late 80s and early 90s before an horrific knee injury curtailed his career.
David LĂłpez-Zubero David LĂłpez-Zubero (born February 11, 1959) is a former swimmer from Spain, who participated in three Summer Olympics for his native country, starting in 1976. Four years later, when Moscow hosted the Games, he won the bronze medal in the 100 metres Butterfly.
David Lean Sir David Lean, KBE (March 25, 1908 â€“ April 16, 1991) was an English film director and producer, best remembered for big-screen epics such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Bridge on the River Kwai, and Doctor Zhivago . He was voted 9th best director of all time in the BFI "Directors Top Directors" poll 2002.
David Lee - Federal Candidate, Leeds-Grenville, Green Party of Canada, 2006 David Lee was born on February 18, 1968. David was raised in Barrie and Peterborough, Ontario, where he served as an infantry scout, and later, still seventeen, as a squad leader in the Hastings & Prince Edward Mechanized Infantry Regiment.
David Lee (Baltimore Colts) David Allen Lee (born 1943) played football for the former Baltimore Colts and subsequently retired from a career as a General Motors executive in Shreveport, the seat of Caddo Parish in northwestern Louisiana. He accumulated several sports records in punting for the Colts in a 12-year career from 1966 until 1978.
David Lee (DJ) David Lee (born David Olejniczak on May 13 1961) was a professional DJ, and is now a professional voiceover announcer. During his career, which began in 1977, he has worked with such affiliates as Westwood One, Live Nation, NBC, and WRIF/Detroit.
David Lee (politician) David Lee (ćťŽĺ¤§ç¶, pinyin: LÇ DĂ wĂ©i) (b. 1949) is the head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) in Washington, DC, and as such, is the de facto Republic of China ambassador to the United States.
David Lee Camp David Lee Camp, usually known as Dave Camp, (born July 9, 1953), American politician, has been a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives since 1991, representing the 4th District of Michigan (map).
David Lee Ingersoll David Lee Ingersoll is a cartoonist and illustrator based in Seattle, United States. Born in Anchorage, Alaska soon after the 1964 earthquake he spent most of his childhood and young adult years in northern California, specifically the then small town of Sebastopol.
David Lee Roth David Lee Roth (sometimes referred to as "Diamond Dave") (born 10 October 1953, in Bloomington, Indiana) is an American rock vocalist, songwriter, actor, author, and former radio personality, best known for his work with the band Van Halen. He is considered by critics and fans alike to be one of the greatest frontmen in rock and roll.
David Lee Stone David Lee Stone (born 25 January 1978) is an English fantasy author best known for his series of books: The Illmoor Chronicles. David was born in Margate hospital to Barbara Ann Stone and Henry "Harry" Cooke.
David Legler David Legler was a contestant on the television game show Twenty-One between February 9 2000 and February 16 2000. He won six consecutive rounds of Twenty-One and amassed a grand total of $1,765,000 in winnings.
David LeimdĂ¶rfer Rabbi; born at Hlinik, Hungary, 17 September 1851; educated at his native place and at Zsolna, Waitzen, Budapest, Presburg, and Vienna. He became a chaplain in the Austro-Hungarian army; from 1875 to 1883 he was rabbi at Nordhausen, Prussia, and since 1883 he has been rabbi at Hamburg, where he is also principal of the school for religion and of the Jewish high school for girls.
David Leisner David Leisner is a musician who has had a prominent career as a classical guitarist, composer, and a teacher. He is a competition winner, a scholar, a performer and composer that has been heard around the world, a teacher at the Manhattan School of Music and one of the leading authorities on focal dystonia, the latter due to being impaired by the injury for 12 years and recovering through methods that he developed and now teaches his students.
David Leisure David Leisure (born November 16, 1950 in San Diego) is an American actor best known for his role as Charlie Dietz in the sitcom Empty Nest and fictional automotive â€śpitch manâ€ť Joe Isuzu in a popular series of North American television commercials for Isuzu in the late 1980s. David Leisure attended Grossmont High School in El Cajon , California.
David Leite David Leite is a food writer and publisher of the James Beard Award-winning Web site Leite's Culinaria. He has written for Bon AppĂ©tit, Saveur, Food & Wine, Gourmet, Food Arts, the Los Angeles Times Magazine, Chicago Sun Times, The Washington Post, and other publications here and abroad.
David Leopold Dr David Leopold is a fixed term fellow in Politics at Mansfield College, Oxford University. Probably most well known amongst readers for his much disputed interpretation of Max Stirner's major work The Ego and Its Own in his introduction to the Cambridge University Press edition of the book.
David Leppard David Leppard is a British journalist and former editor of The Sunday Times investigative unit, the Insight team. He is the author of books on the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, the Waco siege, and Special Branch, the British counter-terrorism and national-security police.
David Lereah David Lereah is the chief economist of the United States National Association of Realtors (NAR). Lereah serves as the association's spokesman on economic forecasts, interest rates, home sales, mortgage rates, as well as other economic and policy issues and trends affecting the housing markets and real estate industry in the U.
David Letterman David Michael Letterman (born April 12, 1947 in Indianapolis, Indiana) is an award-winning American television personality, late night talk show host, television producer, Indy Racing League car owner and philanthropist. His first major success was on the long-running NBC television program Late Night with David Letterman, before he transferred to CBS in 1993 to his current position on The Late Show.
David Levy (chess player) David Neil Lawrence Levy (b. March 14 1945) is a Scottish International Master chess player and businessman, celebrated for his involvement with computer chess, the Computer Olympiads (founder), and the Mind Sports Olympiads (founder).
David Lewin David Lewin (July 2 1933-May 5 2003) was an American music theorist and composer. Called "the most original and far-ranging theorist of his generation", Lewin's most influential theoretical work includes the development of transformational theory, which involves the application of mathematical group theory to music.
David Lewis (actor) David Lewis (October 19, 1916-December 11, 2000) was an American actor, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is best known for playing Edward Quartermaine on the longrunning American soap opera General Hospital, a role which he played from 1978 to 1993.
David Lewis (politician) David Lewis (born Loch), CC, MA (June 23, 1909-May 23, 1981) was a Russian-born Canadian labour lawyer and politician. He was national secretary of the Cooperative Commonwealth Federation from 1936 to 1950, and, with Stanley Knowles, was one of the key architects of the New Democratic Party (NDP) in 1961.
David Lewis (producer) David Lewis (14 December 1903, Trinidad, Colorado - 13 March 1987, Los Angeles), born David Levy, was a Hollywood film producer who produced such films as Dark Victory (1939), Arch of Triumph (1948), and Raintree County (1957). He was also the partner of director James Whale from 1940 to 1952.
David Lewis Rice David Lewis Rice (born 1958) is a follower of the Christian Identity movement who, on Christmas Eve in 1985, forced his way into the Seattle home of civil rights attorney Charles Goldmark with a toy pistol and stabbed Goldmark, his wife, and two children to death. Rice erroneously believed the family was Jewish and Communist, and saw the crime as part of a broader religious war between American Christianity and Soviet atheism.
David Li David Li Kwok-po (), GBS, JP, OBE, born March 13, 1939 in London, England, with family roots in Hokshan (Heshan), Guangdong Province, China, is the current Chairman and Chief Executive of the Bank of East Asia in Hong Kong.
David Liddle David Liddle is co-founder of Interval Research Corporation, consulting professor of computer science at Stanford University, and credited with heading development of the groundbreaking Xerox Star computer system. He has served on the board of many corporations.
David Lidington David Roy Lidington (born 30 June 1956) is a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom, and has been Member of Parliament for Aylesbury since 1992. He had previously been a special advisor to Douglas Hurd.
David Lightbown Sir David Lincoln Lightbown (30 November, 1932 â€“ 12 December, 1995) was the Conservative Member of Parliament for South East Staffordshire from 1983 until he died in office in 1995. The resulting by-election for his seat was won by the Labour Party candidate Brian Jenkins.
David Lichtenstein Since buying his first building on a credit card, David Lichtenstein (1960-) has gone on to become one of the largest private landlords in the United States. His company, The Lightstone Group, recently purchased 2 publicly traded real estate companies, Prime Retail and Prime Group Realty Trust.
David Liljemark David "Dayw" Liljemark (born in 1973) is a Swedish comic creator, artist, and musician. Debuting at a young age in the Swedish fanzine society, Liljemark later became one of the most productive professional cartoonists of Sweden, having been published in big newspapers such as Dagens Nyheter, magazines such as Galago and the Swedish edition of Mad Magazine, and comic books such as Mega-Pyton.
David Lim David Lim is a Singaporean mountaineer and motivational speaker who led the first Singapore Mount Everest Expedition in 1998. Between 1994 and 1998, he led and organised a team from the flat tropical island nation to the top of Everest.
David Lindley (musician) David Lindley (born 1944 in San Marino, California) is an American guitarist and multi-instrumentalist (his instruments include a variety of stringed instruments such as banjo, lap steel guitar, violin, oud, cittern, bouzouki, saz, and cĂĽmbĂĽĹź). During 1966 to 1970 he was part of the eclectic psychedelic band Kaleidoscope.
David Lindo Alexander David Lindo Alexander (1842â€“1922), barrister and Jewish community leader, was born in London on 5 October to solicitor Joshua Alexander and his wife Jemima. He was educated at City of London School and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he graduated in mathematics in 1864.
David Linton David Linton (1815-1889) was one of eight founders of Beta Theta Pi, a prominent college fraternity founded at Miami University in 1839. He made a career as a lawyer in Wilmington, Clinton County, Ohio, and finally Linn County, Kansas where he was a probate judge (1867-69).
David Lionel de Rothschild David Lionel de Rothschild (born November 28, 1955) is an English horticulturist, writer and photographer who is a member of the Rothschild banking family of England. The second son of the four children of Edmund Leopold de Rothschild (b.
David Lipscomb David Lipscomb (1831â€“1917) was an important minister, editor, and educator in the American Restoration Movement and one of the leaders of the theologically conservative faction of that movement, which, by 1906, had formalized the division between itself as the Church of Christ and the more liberal faction, which is now generally known as the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). James A.
David Lipschultz David Bernard Lipshultz ( - January 3, 2004) was an American freelance journalist. His work appeared in The New York Times and USA Today as well as such high tech magazines as Wired, [Herring magazine|Red Herring], and Internet World.
David Liss David Liss (born 1966) is a Jewish American writer of historical novels set in the business world, and of contemporary political fiction. His first book was A Conspiracy of Paper (2001), for which he won the 2001 Edgar Award for Best First Novel.
David Litchfield David Litchfield (born 1975) is a renowned security expert from the United Kingdom, who focuses on the discovery and publication of computer security vulnerabilities with a special focus on database server software. Information Security Magazine voted him as "The World's Best Bug Hunter" for 2003http://infosecuritymag.
David Litterbin David Litterbin, a lanky cat with a large gap in his front teeth, is the host of The David Litterbin Show and Megakat City's undisputed "King of Late Night" in the animated television series SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron. He appears in the episode Enter the Madkat, where he is voiced by John Byner, and he is also mentioned in A Bright and Shiny Future although he does not appear in that episode.
David Littman (historian) David Gerald Littman is a British historian and has served as a representative for the World Union for Progressive Judaism and other NGOs to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights in Geneva since 1986. He is married to Bat Ye'or.
David Livingstone David Livingstone (19 March 1813 â€“ 1 May 1873) was a Scottish Presbyterian pioneer medical missionary with the London Missionary Society and explorer in central Africa. He was the first European to see Victoria Falls, which he named.
David Livingstone Museum The David Livingstone Centre is a museum in Scotland dedicated to the work of the Scottish explorer and missionary David Livingstone. It is built in the former mill buildings which once housed 24 families (including Livingstone's), has been transformed into an exciting and lively award winning museum.
David Livingstone Primary David livingstone Primary is a state sector school in Blantyre, Scotland, located on Lime Grove. Built in the early 1960's, the school filled a necessary gap in provision, as schools such as Auchinraith Primary and High Blantyre Primary were distant from the new housing developments in the Coatshill area.
David Lloyd (cricketer) David Lloyd (born March 18, 1947 in Accrington, Lancashire, England) is a former English cricketer who played county cricket for Lancashire and also played Test cricket and one-day international cricket for England. A left-handed batsman, he played 9 Tests and with the bat he scored 552 runs at an average of 42.
David Lloyd George David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor, OM, PC (17 January 1863 â€“ 26 March 1945) was a British statesman who guided Britain and the Commonwealth of Nations through World War I and the postwar settlement as the Liberal Party Prime Minister, 1916-1922.
David Lloyd-Jones David Lloyd-Jones has been a conductor for orchestral and choral concerts, BBC broadcasts and TV studio opera productions. He was appointed Assistant Music Director at English National Opera where he conducted a wide repertory which included the first British staging of War and Peace by Prokofiev's.
David Lock David Anthony Lock (born 2 May 1960) is a politician in the United Kingdom. He was elected Labour Member of Parliament for Wyre Forest in the 1997 general election, but lost his seat in the 2001 election to Richard Taylor, the Independent Kidderminster Hospital and Health Concern candidate.
David Lockwood David Lockwood (The Blackcoated Worker, 1958 & 1989) sought to analyse the changes in the stratification position of the clerical worker by using a framework based on Max Weber's distinction between market and work situations. Lockwood argued that the class position of any occupation can be most successfully located by distinguishing between the material rewards gained from the market and work situations, and those symbolic rewards deriving from its status situation.
David Lodge (voice actor) David Lodge is a voice actor who is not to be confused with the British actor of the same name. He is active in the anime and video game voice acting community, but is also very well-known for his voicework in the Power Rangers franchise.
David Logan (playwright) David J Logan (born 1960, Brisbane) is an Australian historian, drama and theatre teacher, director, and playwright. He trained at Victoria College, Melbourne; Trinity College of Music, London; University of Newcastle in Newcastle; University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba and the Fox Foundation in the United Kingdom.
David Lochary David Lochary (born August 21, 1944 in Baltimore, Maryland; died July 29, 1977 in New York City) was one of the regular "Dreamlander" actors in early films of the controversial "trash" film director John Waters. He starred in such films as Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble, and Multiple Maniacs where he typically played exotically-dressed, sophisticated perverts
David Lord Flight Lieutenant David Samuel Anthony Lord VC DFC RAF (18 October 1913 â€“ 19 September 1944) was an Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
David Lowe David Lowe is a British composer, focusing primarily on music for television. His major work includes the distinctive themes for BBC News (including BBC News 24, BBC World, and many BBC regional news programmes).
David Lowe MacIntyre David Lowe MacIntyre (VC, CB) (18 June 1895 -31 July 1967) was a Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
David Luechtefeld David Luechtefeld (born November 8, 1940, Lively Grove, Illinois) is a Republican member of the Illinois State Senate representing the 58th district where he has served since 1995. Luechtefeld currently serves as assistant Minority Leader.
David Lynch Scott David Lynch Scott (21 August 1845 â€“ 26 July 1924) was a Canadian militia officer, lawyer, and judge. He first rose to prominence when he acted as the junior counsel for the crown in the prosecutions of Louis Riel, Big Bear, and Poundmaker following the North-West Rebellion of 1885.
David M. Brienza David M. Brienza is a professor of rehabilitation science at University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences with additional professorial appointments in bioengineering and electrical engineering.
David M. Gonzales Private First Class David M. Gonzales (June 9, 1923â€“April 25, 1945) was a United States Army soldier who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor â€” the United States' highest military decoration â€” for his heroic actions during World War II.
David M. Nelson David Moir Nelson (April 29, 1920 - November 30, 1991) was an innovative and successful college football coach, an authority on college football playing rules, and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.
David M. Potts David Matthew Potts (March 12, 1906 - September 11, 1976) was a United States Representative from New York. Born in New York City, he attended the public schools and the College of the City of New York from 1927 to 1929.
David M. Shoup General David Monroe Shoup (30 December 1904 - 13 January 1983) was a World War II Medal of Honor recipient and the twenty-second Commandant of the United States Marine Corps (January 1, 1960â€“December 31, 1963). After his retirement, he was a vocal critic of the Vietnam War.
David Mackay (architect) David Mackay (born 1933) is a British architect, active in Spain and largely responsible for the renovation of the port area of Barcelona and the construction of the Olympic Village there in 1992. Recently he has become involved in the renovation of Plymouth.
David MacKay (VC) David MacKay (November 23, 1831 - November 18, 1880) was a Scottish recipient of the Victoria Cross (VC), the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to United Kingdom and Commonwealth forces.
David Mahonski David Allen Mahonski was an electrician from Williamsport, Pennsylvania who was shot by a White House guard on 15 March, 1984. The 25 year old had been under FBI surveillance for making threats against then-president Ronald Reagan.
David Maley David Maley (born April 24, 1963 in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin) is a former American hockey player, having played for the NHL's Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Edmonton Oilers, San Jose Sharks and New York Islanders; and is currently a radio analyst for the San Jose Sharks.
David Malki David Malki is a full-time movie trailer editor and the creator and author of Wondermark, a webcomic. As well as working for Walt Disney Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, Paramount Studios, and many others, he volunteers as a search-and-rescue pilot for the Civil Air Patrol.