- James Row·land [roh-luh nd] /ˈroʊ lənd/, 1869–1949, U.S. educator.
- NormanSir Ralph Norman Angell Lane, 1874–1967, English pacifist, economist, and writer: Nobel Peace Prize 1933.
- a male or female given name.
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And the angell of God spake vnto me in a dreame saynge: Iacob.The First Boke of Moses called Genesis
- Sir Norman, real name Ralph Norman Angell Lane. 1874–1967, English writer, pacifist, and economist, noted for his work on the economic futility of war, The Great Illusion (1910): Nobel peace prize 1933
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