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 What did William Shakespeare eat?

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What did William Dampier discover?

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In what war did William McKinley serve?

President William McKinley served in the Civil War as a soldier in the Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He remained with the military through the end of the war, ultimately attaining the rank of brevet maj... Read More »
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What did William Crookes discover?

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What did William Velez discover?

William Yslas Velez is currently a professor at the University of Arizona. He created communication systems for submarines in the United States Navy and holds the patents for the technology. He is ... Read More »
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