Encyclopedia > P > 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 239, 240, 241, 242, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 253, 254, 255, 256, 257
Patricia Llewellyn Patricia Llewellyn is a British television producer. She is best known for her work on cookery programmes and has a reputation as a "starmaker", having built hit series around previously unknown chefs, notably Two Fat Ladies (with Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson-Wright) and The Naked Chef (with Jamie Oliver).
Patricia Lopez Patricia Lopez is a general assignment reporter for the CW11 Morning News on New York City's WPIX-TV. She is not related to fellow CW11 reporter and anchor Lolita Lopez, nor is she related to WOR-TV's Lynda Lopez.
Patricia MacLachlan Patricia MacLachlan (born March 3, 1938 in Cheyenne, Wyoming) is a bestselling children's author, best known for winning the 1986 Newbery Medal for her book Sarah, Plain and Tall. The book was later turned into a TV movie starring Glenn Close.
Patricia Maynard Patricia Maynard (born February 16, 1942 in Beighton, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England) is an actress. She was the second wife of actor Dennis Waterman, and they have two daughters, one of whom is the actress Hannah Waterman.
Patricia McKillop Patricia McKillop (born July 15, 1956) is a former field hockey player from Zimbabwe, who was a member of the national team that won the golden medal at the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow. Because of the boycott of the United States and other countries, only one team was available to compete in the Women's Field Hockey Tournament: the hosting USSR team.
Patricia McKissack Patricia McKissack is the author of three Dear America books: A Picture of Freedom: The Diary of Clotee, a Slave Girl, Color Me Dark: The Diary of Nellie Lee Love, The Great Migration North, and Look to the Hills: The Diary of Lozette Moreau, a French Slave Girl. She has also written a novel for The Royal Diaries series: Nzingha: Warrior Queen of Matamba.
Patricia McLaughlin Florence Patricia Alice McLaughlin OBE (23 June 1916 â€“ 7 January 1997), known as Patricia McLaughlin, was a unionist politician in Northern Ireland and one of the earliest female Members of Parliament from the region.
Patricia Meunier-Lebouc Patricia Meunier-Lebouc (born 16 November 1972 in Dijon, France) is a French golfer. Her birth name was Meunier and she is married to Antoine Lebouc, a French professional golfer who played on the European Tour in the 1990s.
Patricia Miranda Patricia Noriko Miranda (born June 11, 1979 in Manteca, California) is the first American woman in Olympic history to receive a medal in woman's wrestling at the 2004 Summer Olympics games in Athens, Greece. She wrestled in the 48 kg or 106 lb weight class in which she received the bronze medal.
Patricia Neway Patricia Neway (born September 30, 1919 in Brooklyn, NY) is an American Broadway performer. She originated the role of the Mother Abbess in the original Broadway production of The Sound of Music and starred as Magda in Gian Carlo Menotti's Cold War-era opera The Consul.
Patricia Paay Patricia Paay (born April 7 1949) was well known in the Netherlands in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s for her contribution to popular music. Her voice became very well known to radio listeners around the North Sea as she voiced commerecials, such as one for SKOL beer, and jingles for Radio Veronica.
Patricia Polacco Patricia Polacco (born July 11, 1944, in Lansing, Michigan, USA) is the author and illustrator of numerous picture books for children. Although she struggled in school and was unable to read until age 14 due to dyslexia, she found relief by expressing herself through art.
Patricia Potter Patricia Caroline Potter (born 3 March 1975) is currently starring as registrar Diane Lloyd in Holby City. While researching for the Casualty spin off she actually witnessed open heart surgery to enhance her role as a medical employee.
Patricia Pulling Patricia Pulling (died 1997) an activist from Richmond, Virginia, was the founder of Bothered About Dungeons and Dragons (BADD). This one-person advocacy group was dedicated to the elimination of the role-playing game Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) and other such games.
Patricia Quinn Patricia Quinn, Lady Stephens (born on May 28, 1944, in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is an actress best known for her role as Magenta in the perennial cult-hit movie The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). She is also known as the famous red lips that sang the film's opening song Science Fiction/Double Feature (although the singing voice was that of Richard O'Brien).
Patricia Richardson Patricia Castle Richardson (born February 23 1951 in Bethesda, Maryland) is an American television and film actress best known for her role as Jill Taylor on Home Improvement. She also starred in The Parent Trap 3 as Cassie McGuire in 1989.
Patricia Roberts Harris Patricia Roberts Harris (May 31, 1924 â€“ March 23, 1985) served as United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, the last United States Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare and the first United States Secretary of Health and Human Services in the administration of President Jimmy Carter.
Patricia Roush Patricia 'Pat' Roush has pioneered the issue of international child abduction and has been at the forefront of political issues and human rights abuses concerning Saudi Arabia for almost two decades. Her own daughters, Alia and Aisha, were kidnapped by their non-custodial Saudi father and have yet to be returned to the United States.
Patricia Sawin Patricia Sawin is an Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is foremost an anthropologist and a folklorist on which she wrote a book called Listening for a Life [http://www.
Patricia Schroeder Patricia Nell Scott Schroeder, popularly known as Pat Schroeder (born July 30, 1940), American politician, was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Colorado, serving from 1973 to 1997.
Patricia Smith Designs Patricia Smith Designs is a designer and manufacturer of classic English children's clothes for children up to eight years old. The business, which was established in 1981, operates from workshops in the hills outside St Ives, Cornwall, UK.
Patricia Stokkers Patricia Stokkers (born May 1, 1976 in Utrecht, Utrecht) is a former freestyle swimmer from the Netherlands, who competed for her native country at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. There she finished in sixth position (8:08.
Patricia Sun Patricia Sun (born Feb 23, 1941) is a worldwide speaker, an author, a groundbreaker in the self-awareness movement, a communications expert, and a pioneer in the union of left and right brain thinking which she called whole-brain thinking and new-style thinking. Patricia is an exemplar in using love and healing to heal ourselves and our world.
Patricia Tallman Patricia Tallman (born 4 September 1957) is an American actress and stunt performer, sometimes credited as Pat Tallman. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Carnegie Mellon University's highly regarded Theater Arts Program.
Patricia Telesco Patricia Telesco (also known as Marian Singer) (born 1960) is a native of Western New York and the author of over 60 New Age books including the best-selling Goddess in My Pocket, Victorian Grimoire, 365 Goddess, Spinning Spells: Weaving Wonders, Kitchen Witch's Companion, and The Little Book of Love Magic.
Patricia Todd Patricia Todd is an American politician from Alabama. A Democrat, she is a member of the Alabama House of Representatives, having narrowly won the Democratic primary run-off on July 18 2006 by a margin of 59 votes over opponent Gaynell Hendricks.
Patricia Wells Patricia Wells is a chef, culinary teacher, food critic, journalist, and cookbook author who has lived in Provence, France since 1980. She is the restaurant critic for the International Herald Tribune and the author of eight books.
Patricia Wentworth Dora Amy Elles (November 10, 1878 - August 5, 1961), known by her pen name Patricia Wentworth, was a British crime fiction writer. Born in Mussoorie, Uttaranchal, India, in what was then the British Raj, she is now famous for her series of 32 crime novels featuring Miss Maud Silver, the first of which was published in 1928, and the last of which was published in the year of her death.
Patricia Wexler Patricia Wexler is a board-certified American dermatologist specializing in dermatology and dermatologic surgery, including state-of-the-art cosmetic surgical procedures. Currently, she is an associate clinical professor for the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Patricia Wright Patricia Wright, a conservationist and leading lemur expert, is currently a professor in the Department of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and is a member of the National Geographic Society's Committee for Research and Exploration. Wright, who received her B.
Patrician Brothers' College Patrician Brothers' College is a Roman Catholic School in Fairfield, New South Wales, Australia. It has a strong reputation in the sporting and academic field, and other co-curriculum activities such as debating and participating in many sports that brings up the school's name for example winning Channel Seven's It's Academic Competition.
Patrician III Patrician 3 is a trading game that takes place in the 14th-15th century in northern Europe when the Hanseatic League was at the height of its power. The third game in the Patrician series, Patrician 3 looks like Patrician 2, which is because Patrician 3 was released in Germany as the expansion pack for Patrician 2, while in the rest of the world the game was released as the sequel to Patrician 2.
Patrician Secondary School The Patrician Secondary School in Newbridge, County Kildare was founded in 1960 by the Patrician Brothers in Charlotte House, Station Road. It is now situated on its own grounds, opposite St Conleth's Parish Church.
Patricio Lynch Rear Admiral Patricio Javier de los Dolores Lynch y Solo de ZaldĂvar (Valparaiso December 18, 1825 - At sea, May 13, 1886) was a Chilean naval officer, and one of the principal actors of the later stages of the War of the Pacific. He is a very controversial figure of that war, specially for Peruvian historiography.
Patricio Noriega Patricio Noriega (born 22 October, 1971, Argentina) is a former Argentine Rugby Union footballer who played Prop. He started his career in local club Hindu and had his test debut for Los Pumas in 1991 against Paraguay.
Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota Patricio Rey y Sus Redonditos de Ricota was a rock band originally from La Plata, Argentina whose tours in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s drew a cult-like following that mirrored The Grateful Dead frenzy in the United States.
Patricio Urrutia Patricio Javier Urrutia Espinoza, nicknamed Pato (born 15 October 1977) is an Ecuadorian soccer player of international distinction. A central midfielder for the Liga Deportiva Universitaria de Quito, he was chosen to be part of Ecuador's team in the World Cup games in Germany in 2006.
Patricio YĂˇĂ±ez Patricio ("Pato") Nazario YĂˇĂ±ez Candia (born January 20, 1961 in Quillota) is a retired football striker from Chile, who obtained 43 caps for his national team, scoring five goals. He made his debut on June 13, 1979 in a friendly against Ecuador, replacing Jorge Neumann, and had his last match on November 16, 1994 against Argentina.
Patrick ('Patch') Robertson Patrick Robertson (born May 5, 1977) is an Australian musician and songwriter, best known as the frontman for the successful post-grunge rock band Motor Ace. Formed in Melbourne during 1998, Motor Ace would go on to have major chart success with the albums Five Star Laundry and Shoot This in the early 2000's, before going on a lengthy hiatus that allowed individual members to pace themselves with their own projects.
Patrick Abercromby Patrick Abercromby (1656â€“c.1716), Scottish physician and antiquarian, was the third son of Alexander Abercromby of Fetterneir in Aberdeenshire, and brother of Francis Abercromby, who was created Lord Glasford by King James II.
Patrick Abraham Patrick Abraham is one of the seven men arrested on charges of conspiring to blow up the Sears Tower in Chicago and an FBI building in Miami. The seven men reportedly belonged to a cult related to Moorish Science Temple Of America.
Patrick Adiarte Patrick Adiarte (born 2 August, 1943) is an American theater, film and television actor and dancer, known for his portrayal of foreign or Asian characters in various roles in film and television. His roles have included Prince Chulalongkorn in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I, college student T.
Patrick Air Force Base Patrick Air Force Base is a United States Air Force Base located between Satellite Beach and Cocoa Beach, Florida, USA. Patrick Air Force Base is home to the 45th Space Wing and the Air Force Technical Applications Center.
Patrick Alexander (cartoonist) Patrick Alexander (born June 29, 1981) is a cartoonist, writer, performer and Renaissance man. He has published minicomics, recorded music, drawn comics and illustrations for numerous Australian publications, and was the deputy editor of videogame magazine Total Gamer, before moving to Japan in 2006.
Patrick Allen (music educator) Patrick Allen is the English author of Singing Matters (Heinemann publishers), which won the Times Educational Supplement Schoolbook Award in 1999. He also won The Guardian Award for Teacher of the Year in a Secondary School in 2004.
Patrick Alphonsus Buckley Patrick Alphonsus Buckley (1841â€“18 May, 1896) was a New Zealander soldier, lawyer, stateman, and judge who held several high government posts in Wellington in the early 1890s. Born near Castletownsend, County Cork, Ireland, he was educated at the Mansion House School, Cork; St.
Patrick Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield Thomas Patrick John Anson, 5th Earl of Lichfield (25 April 1939 â€“ 11 November 2005) was a British photographer and a first cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth II, his mother Anne Bowes-Lyon (1917â€“1980) having been a niece of the late Queen Mother. He inherited the Earldom of Lichfield from his paternal grandfather.
Patrick Anthony Porteous Patrick Anthony Porteous VC (1 January 1918 â€“ 9 October 2000) 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.
Patrick Antonelle Patrick Antonelle (1950 -) American impressionist/pointillist painter. Subjects include: New York State/New England landscapes, seascapes of Long Island, and the many facades and moods of New York City, Central Park & Europe during their seasonal changes.
Patrick ArgĂĽello Patrick ArgĂĽello (1943-1970) was a Nicaraguan American. He was shot and killed while attempting to hijack El Al Flight 217 in September, 1970 as part of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine's Dawson's Field hijackings.
Patrick Aufiero Patrick Aufiero (born July 1, 1980, in Winchester, Massachusetts) is an American professional ice hockey defenseman. He was drafted in the third round (90th overall) in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Rangers.
Patrick Augustine Sheehan Patrick Augustine Sheehan Irish: An CanĂłnach PĂˇdraig AguistĂn Ă“ SĂothchĂˇin (1852-1913), Catholic priest, author, political activist was invariably known and referred to as Canon Sheehan of Doneraile, having been appointed on July 4, 1895 Parish Priest of Doneraile, where he wrote almost all of his major works.
Patrick Baladi Patrick Baladi is an English actor, best known for his portrayal of David Brent's suave and charming arch-nemesis, Neil Godwin in the BBC's hit comedy series, The Office. He appeared in the second and final series of the award-winning show, as well as the subsequent The Office Special.
Patrick Bauchau Patrick Bauchau (born December 6, 1938 in Brussels) is a Belgian actor who has starred in many different TV shows and movies, including A View to a Kill, The Pretender, Kindred: The Embraced, The Rapture, Panic Room, and CarnivĂ le. He appeared in 2004 in the Ray Charles biopic Ray as Dr.
Patrick Bedard Patrick Bedard (born August 20, 1941, New York City, New York), is an American automobile racing driver and journalist. He drove for Jaguar Cars in endurance racing and driving in the Indianapolis 500 in 1983 and 1984 finishing 30th both times, the 2nd time retiring through a colossal accident where his car flipped several times.
Patrick Bertoletti Patrick Bertoletti is a top-ranked competitive eater from Chicago, IL and a member of the International Federation of Competitive Eating (home page). Bertoletti is known as one of the "young guns" of competitive eating.
Patrick Biancone Patrick Biancone (born June 7, 1952 in Mont-de-Marsan, Landes, France is a Thoroughbred racehorse trainer. He is currently based in the United States, but has enjoyed success in both Europe and Hong Kong earlier in his career.
Patrick Bishop Sir (Frank) Patrick Bishop, MBE (7 March, 1900 â€“ 5 October, 1972) was a British advertising copywriter, Barrister, businessman, and Conservative Party politician. His varying career path gave him considerable experience and made him a good diplomat.
Patrick Bowes-Lyon (tennis) Patrick Bowes-Lyon (born on 5 March 1863 in Belgravia, Middlesex â€“ 5 October 1946 in Westerham, Kent) was a British male tennis player and uncle of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, the mother of Elizabeth II. He was Scottish tennis champion in 1885, 1886 and 1888.
Patrick Brantseg Patrick Brantseg was the Art Director and puppeteer for "Gypsy" on Mystery Science Theater 3000, taking over the character from Jim Mallon, the show's producer, mid-way through the show's eighth season. He began his career at Best Brains, Inc.
Patrick Buchan-Hepburn, 1st Baron Hailes Patrick George Thomas Buchan-Hepburn, 1st Baron Hailes (April 2, 1901â€“November 5, 1974) was the first and only Governor-General of the short-lived West Indies Federation, from January 3, 1958, to May 31, 1962, when the country was disbanded.
Patrick Burns (paranormal investigator) Patrick Lynn Burns is an American paranormal investigator, best known as a co-star of the 2006 Court TV series Haunting Evidence. He is the founder of the popular website Ghost Hounds, which in 2001 was featured in an Emmy award-winning Turner documentary "Interact Atlanta - 'Ghost Hounds'".
Patrick Burrows Patrick Burrows (born on November 5, 1959 in Barrie, Ontario) is a former field hockey defender from Canada, who was member of the Men's National Team from 1980 to 1990, "retired" for four years and then returned until 1998. The resident of Mountain View, California was named to the National Team Coaching Pool of Canada in February 2000.
Patrick Califia Patrick Califia (formerly known as Pat Califia; born 1954 near Corpus Christi, Texas) is a writer about women's sexuality and of erotic fiction. He is also a bisexual transman and prolific author of essays and poetry.
Patrick Cammaert Major General Patrick Cammaert is a Dutch military commander who is currently serving as the United Nations Force Commander for the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. He was previously the Military Advisor to the Secretary General of the United Nations.
Patrick Campbell-Lyons Patrick Campbell-Lyons (born 1943, Lismore, County Waterford, Ireland), is a composer and musician who is one half of the cult pop/progressive rock act, Nirvana - formed in London in 1967 and still sporadically active in 2006.
Patrick Cardinal Hayes Patrick Joseph Hayes, later His Eminence Patrick Cardinal Hayes, (November 20, 1867â€“September 4, 1938) was an American prelate, the eighth bishop (fifth archbishop) of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York. He was born in New York, attended La Salle Academy on the Lower East Side, ordained priest on September 8, 1892, and appointed Auxiliary Bishop of New York on July 3, 1914.
Patrick Carey Patrick Carey was a Benedictine Monk in the 1600s who is probably best known as the first author of triolets in English. His first book, "Trivial Things and Triolets" uses three forms of triolets and was apparently either used or edited by John Milton.
Patrick Carlin Patrick Carlin VC, (1832 - May 11,1895) born in Belfast, County Antrim, he 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.
Patrick Carpentier Patrick 'Pat' Carpentier (born on August 13, 1971 in Ville Lasalle, Quebec) is a Canadian racing driver from Quebec. He has spent 2005 driving for the Red Bull-sponsored team ran by Eddie Cheever in the Indy Racing League.
Patrick Carter, Baron Carter of Coles Patrick Robert Carter, Baron Carter of Coles (born 9 February 1946) is chairman of the review panel examining the future of NHS pathology. He is currently reviewing the procurement of legal aid in England and Wales, and was chair of Sport England until September 2006.
Patrick Centre The Patrick Centre for the Performing Arts is a studio theatre located on Thorp Street in the Chinese Quarter of Birmingham, England, next to the headquarters of the Birmingham Royal Ballet and the Birmingham Hippodrome. Seating 206, it is operated by DanceXchange and specialises in the staging of contemporary dance.
Patrick Clancy Patrick Clancy (March 7, 1922 â€“ November 11, 1998), often called Pat Clancy or Paddy Clancy, was a member of the Irish folksinging group The Clancy Brothers, and the eldest of the brothers. Like the other members he was primarily a vocalist, but on occasion would play harmonica as well.
Patrick Conlon (artist) Patrick Conlon is an illustrator and tattooist in San Francisco, California. He wrote and illustrated the graphic novel Swarm, and collaborated with Michael Manning, another fetish artist, on The Tranceptor Series.
Patrick Connolly Patrick Connolly is a former Attorney General of Ireland who was appointed by Charles Haughey. He resigned after a man, Malcolm McArthur, later convicted of murder was found to have been his house guest part of a sequence of events that became known as GUBU.
Patrick Corporation Patrick Corporation Ltd was an Australian publicly listed logistics conglomerate. Headed by controversial CEO Chris Corrigan before it was absorbed by Toll Holdings in 2006, Patrick had interests in shipping, rail and aviation, including a 62% shareholding in low-cost airline Virgin Blue.
Patrick Cote Patrick Cote (born January 24, 1975 in LaSalle, Quebec) is a professional ice hockey player. Drafted 37th overall by the Dallas Stars in the 1995 NHL Entry Draft, Cote only managed to play 8 NHL games in 3 season.
Patrick Cowdell Patrick ("Pat") Cowdell (born August 18, 1953 in Smethwick) is a retired boxer from Great Britain, who won the bronze medal in the bantamweight division (â€“ 54 kg) at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada. In the semifinals he was beaten by eventual gold medalist Gu Yong-Ju from North Korea.
Patrick Cowley Patrick Joseph Cowley (b October 19, 1950 Buffalo, New York - d November 12, 1982 San Francisco, California) was a Disco and Hi-NRG dance music composer and recording artist. He recorded in a similar style to Giorgio Moroder, and is often credited with pioneering electronic dance music.
Patrick Coyle Patrick Coyle has worked in the interactive design industry creating award-winning CD-ROMs and websites for a variety of clients. He established and built the design department of the Razorfish: Boston office, and has been Design Director there for 2.
Patrick Cranshaw Joseph Patrick Cranshaw (June 17, 1919 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma â€” December 28, 2005 in Fort Worth, Texas) was an American film and television actor known for his distinctive look and deadpan humor. He is probably best known for his role as Joseph "Blue" Palasky, a fraternity brother in the 2003 hit comedy Old School.
Patrick Daughters Patrick Daughters is a music video director currently signed onto The Director's Bureau, after departing from the Black Dog Films division of RSA Films. He is also the winner of Nintendo's Eternal Darkness Films contest, with his entry entitled "Unloved".
Patrick Dodson Patrick Dodson (1947- ) is a Yawuru man from Broome, Western Australia, he is a former Chairman of the "Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation", a former Commissioner into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and former Roman Catholic priest. His brother is Mick Dodson, also a national Indigenous Australian leader.
Patrick Dollan Glaswegian Patrick Joseph Dollan, along with his wife Agnes, was an activist in the Scottish Independent Labour Party. During the First World War he campaigned against the Munitions of War Act of 1915 which suspended Trade Unionists' rights for the duration of hostilities.
Patrick Donohoe Patrick Donohoe (born Nenagh, County Tipperary, Ireland, 1820â€“August 16, 1876) 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.
Patrick Doyle Patrick Doyle (born April 6, 1953, Uddingston, South Lanarkshire) is an Academy Award nominated Scottish musician and film score composer. His collaboration with Kenneth Branagh and the Shakespearean community is well known, but his scoring talents are versatile, and he has composed orchestral scores for a variety of films and film genres, from Disney's Shipwrecked to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Patrick Drake Patrick Drake is a fictional character on ABC's daytime drama General Hospital, the son of the character Noah Drake, played by Rick Springfield. Jason Thompson, who does indeed have a strong physical resemblance to Springfield, has been playing the character since December 7, 2005.
Patrick Dunleavy Patrick Dunleavy is a professor from the London School of Economics (LSE) in the fields of public policy and government. Dunleavy writes books or written reports in a range of subjects including British Politics, E-Government, the Labour ID cards Proposal and Public Policy and Public Policy Research.
Patrick Dybiona Patrick Stefan Bernard Dybiona (born September 12, 1963 in Brunssum, Limburg) is a former freestyle swimmer from the Netherlands, who competed for his native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea.
Patrick Edward Dove Patrick Edward Dove (31 July 1815 â€“ 28 April 1873) was born at Lasswade, near Edinburgh in Scotland. His is mainly remembered for his book The Theory of Human Progression of 1850 which sets out his philosophy that land should be in common ownership, with the economic rent on the land taking the place of other taxes, an idea generally known as Georgism.
Patrick Estes Patrick Estes (born February 4, 1983 in Richmond, Virginia) is a player in the National Football League for the San Francisco 49ers. He was drafted by the 49ers in the 7th round (248th overall) in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Patrick Ewing Patrick Aloysius Ewing (born August 5, 1962) is a Jamaican-born American former NBA player. He played most of his career with the New York Knicks as their starting center and played briefly with the Seattle SuperSonics and Orlando Magic.
Patrick Fabian Patrick Fabian (born December 7, 1960) is an American actor who has a number of television credits to his name including Saved by the Bell: The College Years, Joan of Arcadia, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, 24, Rude Awakening, Xena: Warrior Princess, Star Trek:Voyager and many other shows. Fabian has found much of his fame in playing college professors, including Professor Lasky in "Saved by the Bell: The College Years" and Professor Hank Landry (Veronica Mars character) of Hearst College on the show "Veronica Mars.
Patrick Farmer Patrick Francis "Pat" Farmer (born 14 March 1962), Australian politician, has been a Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives since November 2001, representing the Division of Macarthur, New South Wales. He was born in Sydney, New South Wales, and was an automotive engineer, landscape gardener, athlete (long-distance runner) and motivational speaker before entering politics.
Patrick Francis Healy Father Patrick Francis Healy (February 2, 1834 - January 10, 1910) was born in Macon, Georgia to Irish-American plantation owner Michael Healy and mulatto slave Mary Eliza. Michael Healy acknowledged his children by Mary Eliza, and since their children were technically slaves he arranged for them to leave Georgia and move to the North, where they would become free.
Patrick G. Eddington Patrick Eddington is a former CIA imagery analyst, and currently a lobbyist, private researcher, author, and international security consultant. Eddington resigned in 1996 after working on a book (Gassed in the Gulf) that exposed the gulf war syndrome.
Patrick Gale Patrick Gale (born 1962, Isle of Wight) is a British author who lives in Cornwall. His father was the prison governor of Camp Hill Prison on the Isle of Wight when Gale was born, and he was brought up in and around prisons.
Patrick Gaubert Patrick Gaubert (born 6 July 1948 in Paris) is a French politician and Member of the European Parliament for the ĂŽle-de-France. He is a member of the Union for a Popular Movement, which is part of the European People's Party, and is vice-chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs.
Patrick Geddes Sir Patrick Geddes (1854 - 1932) was Scottish biologist and botanist, known also as an innovative thinker in the fields of urban planning and education. He was responsible for introducing the concept of "region" to architecture and planning.