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Dennis Brain Dennis Brain (1921 â€“ 1957) was a very distinguished British horn player and was largely responsible for popularizing the horn as a solo classical instrument with the public. He made what many consider the definitive recordings of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's horn concerti.
Dennis Brookes Dennis Brookes (October 29 1915 â€“ March 9 2006) was an English cricketer who played for Northamptonshire from 1934 to 1959 (as captain from 1954 to 1957). He also played in one Test match for England against West Indies in 1948.
Dennis Brown Dennis Emanuel Brown (February 1, 1957 â€“ July 1, 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer. He was one of the pioneer in the lovers rock style of reggae, and with 78 albums to his name was one of the most prolific names in the business.
Dennis Burkley Dennis Burkley (born September 10, 1945 in Van Nuys, California) is an American character actor who has appeared in countless films and television shows since the 1970s. He is recognized for his large frame (6'3", 300 lbs.
Dennis Byrd Dennis DeWayne Byrd born (October 5, 1966 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) is a former defensive tackle for the New York Jets of the National Football League. He attended college at the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Dennis Callahan Dennis Callahan is an American politician from Annapolis, Maryland, and the former director of the Recreation and Parks Department of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. As a Democrat he has announced he is running for Anne Arundel County Executive in the 2006 election.
Dennis Cometti Dennis Cometti (born 1949) is a former Australian rules football player and coach for West Perth in the West Australian Football League but is best known as a commentator. In a career spanning more almost 40 years, his dry humour and smooth voice have become his trademark.
Dennis Conner Dennis Walter Conner (born December 16, 1942) is an American yachtsman who has participated in the America's Cup nine times. The America's Cup is considered by most to be the pinnacle event of the sport of yachting.
Dennis Corrigan Dennis Corrigan (born 1944) is an American illustrator known for his surreal drawings. His 1972 work Queen Victoria Troubled by Flies is in the collection of the Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, and his works have been acquired by permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, the Brooklyn Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Arts Council of Great Britain and the Library of Congress.
Dennis Creek (South Australia) Dennis Creek is a very short stream which is located in the Clare Valley town of Auburn and only flows during periods of rain. Its headwaters are located in the hills on the western side of the town and it runs along a small gully, passing under Main North Road, and into the Wakefield River.
Dennis Culp Dennis Culp is an American trombonist and singer/songwriter best known for his work with the bands Brave Saint Saturn and the now defunct Five Iron Frenzy. He currently resides in New Jersey with his wife Melinda, and has released one solo album, Ascents, under the name Dennis Bayne.
Dennis Daniel Dennis Daniel has been a creative figure in radio, TV and film criticism for over 25 years. His regular voice and many character voices have been heard on thousands of radio and TV commercials throughout the United States.
Dennis DeTurck Dennis DeTurck is a mathematician known for his work in partial differential equations and Riemannian geometry, in particular contributions to the theory of the Ricci flow. The DeTurck trick was first used by him to give an alternative proof of the short time existence of the Ricci flow and has found other uses since then.
Dennis Dominator Launched in 1977, the Dennis Dominator was Dennis's first rear-engined double decker chassis after being absent since the last Lolines were produced in 1967. It was described as being bespoke, with there being a lot of options.
Dennis Donnini Dennis Donnini (17 November 1925- 18 January 1945) was an English 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.
Dennis Drainville Dennis Paul Drainville (born February 20, 1954 in Joliette, Quebec) is a Canadian priest and politician. He was a member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1990 to 1993, and later taught Humanities and History for 12 years at the Cegep College de la Gaspesie et des Iles.
Dennis Drew Dennis Drew (born on 8 August 1957 in Jamestown, New York, USA) is the keyboardist for the band 10,000 Maniacs. He has been with the band since its inception in 1981 and is one of only two remaining founding members of the band.
Dennis E. Fitch Dennis E. Fitch (Denny Fitch) (born 1943) was the off-duty DC-10 training captain who helped captain Al Haynes minimize loss of life on United Airlines Flight 232 when all flight controls were lost, on 19 July 1989.
Dennis Eckersley Dennis Lee Eckersley (born October 3, 1954 in Oakland, California), nicknamed "Eck," was a Major League Baseball player elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in 2004 (his first year of eligibility). He enjoyed success as a starter, but he gained his fame as a closer, becoming the first of only two pitchers in Major League history to have both a 20-win season and a 50-save season in a career.
Dennis Ellingson Dennis Ellingson (born 1949) is a pastor, counselor and writer living near Klamath Falls, Oregon. He is the author of a popular book titled God's Healing Herbs, which was recently released in a new expanded edition and published by CLADACH Publishing in Greeley, Colorado.
Dennis Elliott Dennis Eliott is a drummer who played drums for Foreigner from 1976 to 1991. He had previously spent some years with the British jazz-rock group, IF, appearing on their first four studio albums and a live recording.
Dennis Erickson Dennis Erickson (born March 24, 1947, in Everett, Washington) is the head coach of the Arizona State Sun Devils football team. He has been the head coach of six college football programs and two NFL franchises.
Dennis Etchison Dennis William Etchison (born March 30, 1943 in Stockton, California), is an American writer and editor of fantasy and horror fiction. While he has achieved some acclaim as a novelist, it is his work in the short story format that is especially well-regarded by critics and genre fans.
Dennis Farina Donaldo Guglielmo Farina (born February 29, 1944) is an American film and television actor. He is a character actor, often typecast as a mobster or police officerâ€”the latter an appropriate choice, as Farina was an officer of the Chicago Police Department serving from 1967 to 1985.
Dennis Ferguson (sex offender) Dennis Ferguson is an Australian child sex offender who in 1987 kidnapped three children from their home and raped them over a period of three days. Later, one of the children became suicidal and all required long-term counselling.
Dennis Fimple Dennis Fimple (born November 11, 1940, in Taft, California; died August 23, 2002, in Frazier Park, California) was an American character actor. Throughout his career, he made guest appearances in a variety of TV shows, including Here Come the Brides, Petticoat Junction, M*A*S*H, Simon & Simon, Sledge Hammer!
Dennis Flemion Dennis Flemion is a founding member, with his brother Jimmy, of controversial independent rock band The Frogs. He was also a temporary member of The Smashing Pumpkins from 1996 to 1997, filling in on live keyboards following the death of Jonathan Melvoin.
Dennis Flood Dennis Flood, a Republican, has been the mayor of the Village of Irvington, New York since 1994. Before his election to mayor in 1994, Flood served on the village board from 1991 wand formerly served as the chief financial officer for a local law firm.
Dennis Fong Dennis Fong (ć–ąéŹžć¬˝ born 1977), also known under the pseudonym Thresh, is an Internet entrepreneur and professional gamer best known for winning John Carmack's Ferrari 308 in a 1997 Quake tournament. Not only did he win every tournament he attended over a five year span, but he did it in a variety of games including Doom I and II, Quake Iâ€“III, and Starcraft.
Dennis Frank Thompson Dennis Frank Thompson (born 12 May 1940 in Hamilton, Ohio) is a political scientist and professor at Harvard University, where he founded the university-wide Center for Ethics and the Professions (now the Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics).
Dennis Fregger Dennis Fregger (born August 13, 1942, Idaho Falls, Idaho) was on the team (also including Joan Shogren and Mike Mathis) that produced the "serious" clip art images. These black and white, bitmapped images were the first ones designed for business/organizational use and were published by T/Maker as "ClickArt Publications" in 1984.
Dennis Gaitsgory Dennis Gaitsgory is a mathematician at Harvard University known for his research on the geometric Langlands program. He studied at Tel Aviv University under Joseph Bernstein, receiving his doctorate in 1998 for a thesis entitled "Automorphic Sheaves and Eisenstein Series".
Dennis Gentenaar Dennis Gentenaar (born September 30, 1975 in Nijmegen, Gelderland)is a Dutch football goalkeeper currently playing for AFC Ajax. Gentenaar served NEC Nijmegen for many years, spent a year with Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund and then signed as reserve goalkeeper at Amsterdam giants Ajax.
Dennis Gentry Dennis Louis Gentry (born February 10, 1959 in Lubbock, Texas) a former professional football player with a career that spanned eleven seasons between 1982 and 1992 with the NFL's Chicago Bears. Drafted from his success at Baylor University which includes being inducted into Baylor's Hall of Fame, Dennis went on to win an NFL Championship in 1985 (Super Bowl XX)and establish club records.
Dennis George Wyldbore Hewitt Dennis George Wyldbore Hewitt (18 December 1897-31 July 1917) was an English 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.
Dennis Gibson Dennis Gibson was a linebacker who played in the National Football League (American football) from 1987-1995 for the Detroit Lions and San Diego Chargers. Perhaps his most memorable moment came in the 1994 AFC Championship game, when he sent the Chargers to the Super Bowl by lunging to block a 4th down-pass attempt from Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Neil O'Donnell in the endzone to win the game.
Dennis Gray Dennis Gray was born 1935 in Yorkshire and started climbing when he was 11. He has climbed with some of the best British climbers of the day; Arthur Dolphin, Tom Patey, Don Whillans, Joe Brown, Harold Drasdo, Robin Campbell, Eli Moriarty, and many more.
Dennis Harper Dennis Harper, PhD, is founder and President of GenYES, and an internationally-recognized expert in the field of technology education. He is also the Executive Director of the Generation Y Foundation in Olympia, Washington, and is instrumental in the development of the Liberian Renaissance Education Complex.
Dennis Hart Mahan Dennis Hart Mahan (April 2, 1802 â€“ September 16, 1871) was a noted American military theorist and professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point. He was the father of American naval theorist Rear Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan.
Dennis Haskins Dennis Haskins (born November 18, 1950, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA) is an American actor best known for his role as principal Richard Belding in the teen sitcom Saved by the Bell, which ran from 1989 to 1993 on NBC.
Dennis Hastert John Dennis Hastert (born January 2, 1942) is an American politician and former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. Originally elevated to the Speakership on January 6, 1999, he surpassed Joseph Gurney Cannon as the longest-serving Republican Speaker in history on June 1, 2006.
Dennis Heeney Dennis Heeney is a Manitoba politician. In the provincial elections of 1986 and 1988, he was the leader of the province's Confederation of Regions Party, a group that opposed the extension of French-language rights and sought greater autonomy for western Canada (unlike the Western Canada Concept and Western Independence Party, it did not seek full independence for the western provinces).
Dennis Hextall Dennis Hextall (Born April 17, 1943 in Poplar Point, Manitoba) was a professional hockey forward who spent most of his career with the Minnesota North Stars and Detroit Red Wings. He is the son of Bryan Hextall, brother of Bryan Hextall Jr, and uncle of the 1987 Conn Smythe Trophy winner goalie Ron Hextall.
Dennis Hof Dennis Hof is the owner of two legal brothels in Nevada, near Carson City: the Moonlite Bunny Ranch and BunnyRanch Two. Unlike the other Nevada brothel owners organized in the Nevada Brothel Owners' Association who prefer to keep a low profile so as to not jeopardize their business, Hof tries everything to create publicity for his brothels and thereby circumvent the Nevada ban on brothel advertising: he often appears on talk shows, employs porn stars and other women who have entered the news, has given free offers to returning soldiers etc.
Dennis Hollingsworth Dennis Hollingsworth (c. 1967â€“) is a Republican politician from the state of California, currently serving in the California State Senate, representing District 36, northwest San Diego County and southwest Riverside County.
Dennis Hotels Pty Ltd v Victoria Dennis Hotels Pty Ltd v Victoria (1960) 104 CLR 529 is a High Court of Australia case that deals with section 90 of the Australian Constitution, which prohibits States from levying export duties. Although some of the judges used the now-discredited criterion of liability approach, this case remains authority for cases that are factually similar to it.
Dennis Hwang Dennis Hwang, or Hwang Jung-mok is a graphic artist who designs the festive logos for Google on special days. He designed his first logo for Google on the Fourth of July in 2000, at the request of Larry Page and Sergey Brin, and has been designing the specialty logos ever since.
Dennis Chambers Dennis Chambers is an American drummer who has recorded and performed with John Scofield, Steely Dan, Santana, Parliament/Funkadelic, John McLaughlin, Niacin, Mike Stern, and many others. Despite a complete lack of formal training, Chambers has become well-known among drummers for his impressive technique.
Dennis Chavez Federal Building The Dennis Chavez Federal Building, named for the New Mexico senator, is a highrise building located at 500 Gold Avenue SW in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The building was built in 1972 to concentrate various federal agencies, including the post office and federal courthouse, in one location.
Dennis Ippolito Dennis Ippolito is a professor of political science at Southern Methodist University and considered a leading historian and expert on governmental budget theory. He has written several books on the topic including Why Budgets Matter: Budget Policy and American Politics, published by Penn State Press.
Dennis James (musician) Dennis James is an American musician who, according to Carl Bennett, has played "a pivotal role in the international revival of silent films presented with live music."Carl Bennett, Dennis James on SilentEra.
Dennis Javelin The Dennis Javelin (later known as the TransBus Javelin/Alexander Dennis Javelin) is an underfloor-engined bus and coach chassis originally built by Dennis (now by Alexander Dennis) in the United Kingdom. It was launched in 1987 and was a direct replacement of the Dennis Dorchester.
Dennis JĂĽrgensen Dennis JĂĽrgensen (born February 3, 1961) is one of the most popular Danish writer for kids and young adults. A study among Danish kids from 11 to 18 years showed that 90 % knew who he was and his fan club has almost 1000 members.
Dennis Jensen Dr Dennis Jensen (born 28 February 1962 in South Africa), Australian politician, was elected to the Australian House of Representatives at the 9 October 2004 federal election for the Division of Tangney, Western Australia, for the Liberal Party. He was educated at RMIT University, Melbourne University and Monash University, from where he has a PhD in physics.
Dennis Jernigan Dennis Jernigan is a Christian music artist/writer who was born in and ministers out of Oklahoma. A major and integral part of his message and music comes from his personal testimony as to what he refers to as his deliverance from a homosexual lifestyle, which he states to have begun during a 2nd Chapter of Acts concert in 1981 at Oklahoma Baptist University.
Dennis Johnson (football player) Dennis Alan Johnson (born December 4, 1979 in Danville, Kentucky) is a former NFL Defensive End that played for the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers. While playing his senior season for Harrodsburg High School, he was named the National Player of the Year by Sports Illustrated and 1997 National High School Defensive Player of the Year by USA Today, The Sporting News and Parade magazine.
Dennis Jubilant The Dennis Jubilant was a front engine double decker bus chassis built by Dennis between 1977 and 1981. It was specifically designed for contemporary operating environment (hilly roads and "one-man-operation" with a farebox) in Hong Kong.
Dennis Jurgens Dennis Craig Jurgens (December 6, 1961 â€“ April 11, 1965) was the most famous and only fatal victim of prolific child abuser Lois Jurgens, who abused a total of six adopted children during a period spanning the 1950â€™s to 1970â€™s. The eventual trial of Lois Jurgens for his murder made national headlines and was the top news story for the state of Minnesota in 1987.
Dennis King Dennis King (born 1941) is an American investigative journalist. He is the author of Lyndon LaRouche and the New American Fascism, and Get the Facts on Anyone, which is listed as a resource in The Reporter's Handbook published by Investigative Reporters and Editors.
Dennis Klocek Dennis Klocek is a â€śRenaissance manâ€ť â€” artist, scientist, teacher, researcher, gardener, and alchemist. After graduating with a MFA in 1975 from Temple Universityâ€™s Tyler School of Art with a thesis on Goetheâ€™s color theory, he taught for seven years at a community college.
Dennis Kozlowski Leo Dennis Kozlowski (born November 16 1946, Newark, New Jersey) is a former CEO of Tyco International, convicted of misappropriating more than $400 million of the company's funds. He was sentenced to at least 8 and a third years in prison.
Dennis Kucinich Dennis John Kucinich (born October 8, 1946) is an American politician of the Democratic party. He served as the 53rd mayor of Cleveland, Ohio from 1977 to 1979, a tumultuous term in which he survived a recall election and the city defaulted during a political battle over sale of the municipal electric utility.
Dennis Lamp Dennis Patrick Lamp (born September 23, 1952 in Los Angeles, California) is a former middle relief pitcher in Major League Baseball. From 1977 through 1992, Lamp played for the Chicago Cubs (1977-80), Chicago White Sox (1981-83), Toronto Blue Jays (1984-86), Oakland Athletics (1987), Boston Red Sox (1988-91) and Pittsburgh Pirates.
Dennis Lehane Dennis Lehane (born 1966) is an American author. He wrote several novels, including the New York Times-bestseller Mystic River, which was later made into an Academy Award winning film, also called Mystic River, directed by Clint Eastwood and starring Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, and Kevin Bacon.
Dennis Lillee Dennis Keith Lillee (born July 18, 1949 in Subiaco, Western Australia) was an Australian cricketer. Australia's most consistent fast bowler during the 1970s and early 1980s , Lillee was known for his fiery temperament, 'never-say-die' attitude and popularity with the fans.
Dennis Lindsay Dennis Lindsay is president of the Christ For The Nations Institute, a mission-oriented, charismatic-style Bible School founded in 1970 in the south Dallas suburb of Oak Cliff by his parents, the late Gordon Lindsay and his wife Freda. Lindsay is the author of several books on creation science, including "The Dismantling of Evolution's Sacred Cow: Radiometric Dating," "Harmony of Science and Scripture" and "The Dinosaur Dilemma: Fact or Fantasy.
Dennis LyxzĂ©n Dennis LyxzĂ©n (born June 19, 1972) is a Swedish musician and the lead vocalist for Swedish hardcore punk group Refused, and more recently The (International) Noise Conspiracy. He also has a solo project called The Lost Patrol Band.
Dennis Madalone Dennis Madalone is an American Stunt-Coordinator-turned-musician. He is probably best known for his work on three of the Star Trek spin-offs - Star Trek: the Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.
Dennis MartĂnez JosĂ© Dennis MartĂnez Emilia (born May 14, 1955 in Granada, Nicaragua), better known as Dennis MartĂnez, was the first baseball player from Nicaragua to play in Major League Baseball. During his career, he was known by the nickname El Presidente (The President).
Dennis McDermott Dennis McDermott (November 3, 1922 - February 13, 2003) was a Canadian trade unionist, Canadian Director of the United Auto Workers from 1968 to 1978 and president of the Canadian Labour Congress from 1978 to 1986.
Dennis McDougal Dennis McDougal is an award-winning journalist and author of eight books, including The Last Mogul a critical unauthorized biography of the former chief of Universal Pictures. In his book, McDougal accuses Wasserman of mob ties, monopolistic practices and also alludes to Ronald Reagan illegally favoring Wasserman.
Dennis McKenna Dennis Jon McKenna (born December 17, 1950) is an American ethnopharmacologist and author. His research led to the development of natural products for Aveda Corporation as well as greater awareness of natural products and medicines.
Dennis Media Group Dennis Media Group is the broadcast, online, and retail video arm of Dennis Publishing Ltd., based in the The United States, and known for its annual Swimsuit DVDs and weekly online content for Maxim Online, Stuff Magazine.
Dennis Miller Live Dennis Miller Live was a weekly talk show on Home Box Office, hosted by comedian Dennis Miller. The show ran 215 episodes from 1994 to 2002, and received five Emmy awards, plus an additional 11 Emmy nominations.
Dennis Moran Dennis M. Moran, also known as Coolio, (born in Winchester, Massachusetts in 1982) is an American hacker who was accused in February 2000 of a series of denial of service attacks that shut down some of the most popular websites on the Internet.
Dennis Morgan Dennis Morgan (born 20 December 1908 in Prentice, Wisconsin; Died 7 September 1994 in Fresno, California) was an American actor. In 1945 he played the part of Jefferson Jones in the holiday classic Christmas in Connecticut opposite Barbara Stanwyck.
Dennis Norman Dennis Norman (born January 26, 1980 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American football player who currently plays center for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was a three-year letterwinner at Princeton University that was named first-team All-Ivy League his final three seasons.
Dennis O'Connor (priest) Dennis O'Connor (March 28, 1841-June 30, 1911) was Archbishop of Toronto from 1899 to 1908. He was the first holder of this office to be born in Ontario and the only member of a religious order to hold this office, being a member of the Congregation of St.
Dennis O'Keeffe Dennis O'Keeffe is Professor of Social Science at the University of Buckingham and current editor of the Salisbury Review. He is Senior Research Fellow in Education at the Institute of Economic Affairs and serves on the advisory boards of both the Social Affairs Unit, and FOREST, the smoker's rights campaigners.
Dennis O'Neil Dennis O'Neil, often credited as Denny O'Neil, is a comic book writer and editor, principally for Marvel Comics and DC Comics in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, and Group Editor for the Batman family of books until his retirement.
Dennis P. Gallagher Dennis P. Gallagher is a current New York City Council member representing 30th District in Queens, including the neighborhoods of Middle Village, Glendale, Ridgewood, Richmond Hill, Woodhaven, and Forest Hills.
Dennis Peron Dennis Peron is a medical marijuana activist living in San Francisco. He grew up in the Bronx, served in the Air Force in Vietnam and moved to The Castro where he cofounded the Cannabis Buyers Club and coauthored California Proposition 215.
Dennis Peters Dennis Peters is the American President and Chief Creative Officer of Heavybag Media, LLC an American] [[telecommunication|communications and marketing company, and Partner of Robotube Games, LLC, an American video game production company.
Dennis Polonich Dennis Polonich (born December 4, 1953 in Foam Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada) is a retired professional ice hockey center who spent his entire NHL career with the Detroit Red Wings. He was known as a troublemaker who would do anything (especially fighting) to disrupt the opposition.
Dennis Potter Dennis Christopher George Potter (17 May 1935â€”7 June 1994) was a controversial English dramatist who is best known for several widely acclaimed television dramas which mixed fantasy and reality, the personal and the social. He was particularly fond of using themes and images from popular culture.
Dennis Priestley Dennis Priestley (born July 16, 1950 in Mexborough, South Yorkshire) is a two-time World Darts Champion and the first player to win both BDO and WDC (now PDC) World Championship Crowns, in 1991 and 1994 respectively. He is nicknamed "The Menace", in relation to the Dennis The Menace cartoons, and reflects this by wearing Red and Black, and using Red and Black flights.
Dennis R. Appleyard Dennis Appleyard is a professor of International Studies and Economics at Davidson College and an author of a leading international economics textbook. He holds a BA from Ohio Wesleyan University and a PhD from University of Michigan.
Dennis R. Farrow Dennis Farrow has served as Chief Operating Officer of IHOP Corporation since September 2006. He is responsible for all areas of the companyâ€™s Restaurant Operations function, including the strategic and tactical leadership of its Franchise and Company Operations groups.
Dennis Rader Dennis Lynn Rader (born March 9, 1945) is an American serial killer who murdered at least ten people in Sedgwick County (in and around Wichita), Kansas, between 1974 and 1991. He was known as the BTK killer (or the BTK strangler), which stands for Bind, Torture and Kill, an apt description of his modus operandi.
Dennis Rasmussen Dennis Lee Rasmussen (born April 18, 1959 in Los Angeles, California) was a starting pitcher for Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres (1983 and 1988-91), New York Yankees (1984-87), Cincinnati Reds (1987-88), Chicago Cubs (1992) and Kansas City Royals (1992-93 and 1995). He batted and threw left handed.
Dennis Reboletti Dennis Reboletti is the Republican State Representative elect for the 46th district succeeding outgoing representative Lee Daniels. Reboletti was elected State Representative on November 7, 2006 defeating Democrat Joe Vosicky.
Dennis Rijnbeek Dennis Martinus Hendrikus Rijnbeek (born August 7, 1972 in Haarlem, Noord-Holland) is a former freestyle swimmer from the Netherlands, who competed for his native country at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. There he took over too early in the qualifying heats of the 4x100m Freestyle, which meant disqualification for the Dutch Relay Team.
Dennis Ritchie Dennis MacAlistair Ritchie (born September 9, 1941) is an American computer scientist notable for his influence on ALTRAN, B, BCPL, C, Multics, and Unix. He received the Turing Award in 1983 and the National Medal of Technology in 1998.
Dennis Rodman Dennis Keith Rodman (born May 13 1961, in Trenton, New Jersey) is an American former professional basketball player best known for his defensive and rebounding ability, leading the National Basketball Association in rebounds per game for a record seven consecutive years and earning NBA All-Defensive First Team honors seven times. He is also well-known for his controversial antics on and off the court.
Dennis Russell Davies Dennis Russell Davies (born 16 April 1944, Toledo, Ohio, USA) is an American conductor and pianist. He was born in Toledo, Ohio and studied piano and conducting at the Juilliard School of Music where he received his doctorate.
Dennis Savoie Dennis Savoie is the Deputy Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, a position he has held since 2006. In 1995, he was elected a Supreme Director, and became Assistant Supreme Treasurer and assistant to the Supreme Knight for Canadian affairs in 2004, and then Supreme Treasurer in 2006.
Dennis Scott (basketball) Dennis Eugene Scott (born September 5, 1968 in Hagerstown, Maryland) is an American former professional basketball player. A 6â€™ 8â€ť small forward from Georgia Tech, Scott was selected by the Orlando Magic with the fourth pick of the 1990 NBA Draft after being the leading scorer on a Yellow Jackets team that made the Final Four, and comprising one portion of Georgia Tech's "Lethal Weapon 3" attack featuring Scott, Kenny Anderson and Brian Oliver.
Dennis Shepherd Dennis Shepherd (October 11 1926 â€“ June 12 2006) was a South African boxer who won the silver medal in the featherweight division at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London. Shepherd died at age 79 in Johannesburg.
Dennis Silk Dennis Raoul Whitehall Silk, CBE, (born October 8, 1931), is a former schoolmaster and international cricketer. He was also a close friend of the poet Siegfried Sassoon, about whom he has spoken and written extensively.