- Jeannette,1880–1973, U.S. women's-rights leader and pacifist: first woman elected to Congress; served 1917–19, 1941–43.
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Now as part of a new retrospective in London, Rankin wants to capture 1000 real people from across the UK.
Born in Glasgow in 1966, Rankin grew up in St. Albans and studied photography at the London College of Printing.
Now as part of a new retrospective in London, Rankin wants to capture 1,000 real people from across the UK.
What followed Andrew could not hear, except an occasional roar from Rankin.Way of the Lawless
"I guess not," Rankin replied slowly, as if deliberating the question.
Rankin, meanwhile, had got himself equipped for his long ride.
Rankin answered, with a jerk which betokened suppressed emotion.
There were tears in her eyes, and Rankin blessed her for them.
- Ian. born 1960, Scottish novelist; best known for his series of novels featuring Edinburgh detective Inspector Rebus, beginning with Knots and Crosses (1987)
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