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Pearson

[ peer-suhn ]
/ ˈpɪər sən /
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noun

Drew Andrew Russell Pearson, 1897–1969, U.S. journalist.
Karl, 1857–1936, English statistician.
Lester Bowles [bohlz], /boʊlz/, 1897–1972, Canadian diplomat and politician: Nobel Peace Prize 1957; prime minister 1963–68.

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Pearson
/ (ˈpɪəsən) /

noun

Karl. 1857–1936, British mathematician, noted for his work in statistics, esp as applied to biological problems
Lester B (owles). 1897–1972, Canadian Liberal statesman; prime minister (1963–68): Nobel peace prize 1957 for helping to resolve the Suez crisis (1956)
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