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Frank Serafine

Frank Serafine was an American motion picture sound designer and sound editor, and composer. He was best known for his work as a Hollywood Supervising Sound Editor / Designer on such blockbusters as the Star Trek and Tron movies, Addams Family, T ...

Aldyn-ool Sevek

Aldyn-ool Sevek was a master Tuvan throat singer. Sevek was from Mogur Aksi, a remote village in the Tuvan mountains. He was an accomplished master of khoomei Tuvan: хөөмей, especially The Dag mountain Kargyraa style, for which he is a household ...

Lal Chintamani Sharan Nath Shahdeo

Lal Chintamani Sharan Nath Shahdeo, was the last ruling Nagvanshi Maharaja of Chotanagpur Zamindari estate and a politician. Lal Chintamani Sharan Nath Shahdeo was born in the royal family of Nagvanshi dynasty in 1931. He studied at Raj Kumar Col ...

Sardar Arif Shahid

Sardar Arif Shahid was a Kashmiri nationalist leader who advocated independence of Kashmir from both India and Pakistans rule. He was killed on 14 May 2013 outside his house in Rawalpindi. His supporters allege that he was killed by Pakistan secu ...

Shamsur Rahman Khan Shahjahan

Shamsur Rahman Khan Shahjahan was a Bangladesh Awami League politician and the former Jatiya Sangsad member from Tangail-3 constituency.

Shahriyar ibn Abbas

Kiya Abul-Fawaris Shahriyar ibn Abbas ibn Shahriyar, better simply known as Shahriyar ibn Abbas was a Bavandid prince, who is solely known for being mentioned in the inscription on the mausoleum in Savadkuh, known as the Lajim Tower. The mausoleu ...

Munir Ahmed Shakir

Munir Ahmed Shakir was an online journalist for the Online News Network and was also a TV correspondent for Sabzbaat, also known as Sabzbagh, a Baluch television station.

Abu Humam al-Shami

Samir Hijazi, known as Abu Humam al-Shami, was the military chief of al-Qaedas Syrian affiliate al-Nusra Front. He became the head of the Guardians of Religion Organization in February 2018, though he was replaced by Khalid al-Aruri.

B. P. Sharma

BP Sharma was a journalist of Jammu and Kashmir, India, who was listed in the Limca Book of Records for becoming the oldest working journalist at the age of 92. He died in 2005 at the age of 97.

Mangat Ram Sharma

Pandit Mangat Ram Sharma was an Indian politician and Deputy Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir as well as speaker of Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly. He was a leader of the Indian National Congress. He also won Jammu-Poonch Lok Sabha sea ...

Nirbhay Pal Sharma

Nirbhay Pal Sharma was an Indian politician and member of the 09th, 12th and the 13th Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh of India. Sharma represented the Sarsawa constituency of Uttar Pradesh) and was a member of the BJP political party. Sharm ...

Jon Sharpe

Jon Sharpe was the original author of The Trailsman series of Western novels, published by New American Library, a division of Penguin Group. The century series, which has run since the early 1980s, was created by author Jon Messmann, who wrote m ...

Elsie Louise Shaw

Elsie Louise Shaw was a naturalist and botanical artist many of whose watercolors are now in the collection of the Gray Herbarium at Harvard University.

Georgie Shaw

Georgie Shaw, born George Shoester in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was an American popular musician. Shaw recorded a song called "Let Me Go, Devil", which was about alcoholism. It was later rewritten as "Let Me Go, Lover!". Another song that he or ...

William Shaw (yacht designer)

Shaw was born in Providence, Rhode Island in 1926 and graduated from the United States Merchant Marine Academy of Kings Point, NY in 1947. He went on to serve in the US Navy during the Korean War. After completing his tenure in the Navy, Bill was ...

Ghulam Nabi Sheikh

Ghulam Nabi Sheikh, غلام نبی شیخ) was a Kashmiri musician. He is credited with reviving Kashmiri music after Kashmiri Pandits left Kashmir during the political conflict in 1990. He was killed by the Punjab Police in 2003.

Noel Sheppard

Noel Sheppard was an American conservative commentator, editor, and small business owner from Northern California. He had contributed to the Washington Examiner, National Review, The American Spectator, and the websites the American Thinker and R ...

Max Sherman (Ontario politician)

Max Sherman was a businessperson and politician in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. He was the citys mayor for two years and served a total of thirty-one years on the Brantford City Council.

Jalees Sherwani

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Joel L. Shin

Joel L. Shin was a specialist in international trade matters, government affairs and national defense. He was a partner at Evenflow Macro, which he cofounded in 2013. He had previously been a principal of The Scowcroft Group and a senior fellow w ...

Alexander Shlyakhter

Alexander Isaakovich Shlyakhter was a Russian nuclear physicist and risk analyst. Shlyakhter is best known for discovering empirical evidence for the constancy of fundamental constants. While still a student in Leningrad, he observed that the pro ...

James M. Shuart

James M. Shuart was the president of Hofstra University from 1976 to 2001. Prior to that he served as a Nassau County, New York official. Also, he served as Assistant President to Hofstra President Clifford Lord during the 1960s in addition to se ...

Fahda bint Asi Al Shuraim

Fahda bint Asi bin Shuraim Al Shammari was one of King Abdulazizs spouses and the mother of the former ruler of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah.

James Sianga

James Aggrey Sianga was a Kenyan footballer. Also active as a football manager, he coached throughout Africa at both the club and national level, and coached Kenyan club side Gor Mahia.

Jean-Claude Siapa Ivouloungou

Jean-Claude Siapa Ivouloungou was a Congolese politician. A member of the Pan-African Union for Social Democracy, he was a Deputy in the National Assembly of the Republic of Congo from 2002 to 2012. When the Pan-African Parliament began meeting i ...

E. Siddons

E. Siddons was an English footballer who played in The Football League for Bolton Wanderers, in the late 19th century. Siddons played his one League match in the 3rd month of the inaugural Football League season of 1888-1889, November 1888. His d ...

Savi Sidhu

Savi Sidhu is an Indian actor, who worked in Bollywood films. He appeared in numerous Hindi films including Black Friday, Gulaal, Patiala House and Bewakoofiyaan. In March 2019, he was reported to be working as a security guard in Mumbai, due to ...

Donald N. Sills

Dr. Donald N. Sills was a Baptist minister and one of the founders of George Wythe College, and previous chairman of the George Wythe Foundation Board of Trustees. He served as the first president of George Wythe College, and was succeeded by Oli ...

A. E. Silva

Anthony Emmanuel Silva was a Sri Lankan Tamil politician and Member of Parliament. Silva contested the 1989 parliamentary election as one of the Eelam Peoples Revolutionary Liberation Fronts candidates in Vanni District and was elected to Parliam ...

Ollie Silva

Ollie Silva was an American Modified and Supermodified auto racing driver. He raced in the Northeast United States, winning many races, track championships, and touring-series championships. Silva drove in modifieds, supermodifieds, pro-stocks, l ...

Sergio Silva (Uruguayan footballer)

Silva began playing football as a central forward in the Uruguayan Primera Division. He played for C.A. Cerro and participated in the United Soccer Association with his Cerro teammates under the New York Skyliners franchise in 1967. In 1970, Silv ...

Jimbo Simpson

James "Jimbo" Simpson, also known as the Bacardi Brigadier, was a Northern Irish loyalist paramilitary. He was most noted for his time as Brigadier of the North Belfast Ulster Defence Association. After falling from grace, Simpson spent a number ...

Mohamed Habib Sinaceur

Sinaceur was born in eastern Morocco at Oujda. He is a member of a well connected Moroccan family. His brother Mohammed Allal Sinaceur is a writer working for UNESCO. Another of his brothers is a General and Jamal Eddine Sinaceur is a diplomat. S ...

Raja Gopal Singh

Raja Gopal Singh was a former Speaker of Rajasthan Legislative Assembly. He served as speaker in Janata Party rule from 25 September 1979 to 7 July 1980. Gopal Singh belongs to Rajput esrwhile Raja family of Bhadrajun thikana. He used looks after ...

Navdeep Singh (Ashok Chakra)

Lieutenant Navdeep Singh, AC was a Ghatak Platoon Commander of 15 Maratha Light Infantry regiment in the Indian Army. He led an operation to ambush 17 well-trained and armed terrorists who infiltrated into Jammu and Kashmir state. He killed 4 of ...

Neeraj Kumar Singh

Naik Neeraj Kumar Singh AC was a soldier in the Indian Army who was posthumously awarded the Ashok Chakra, the country’s highest peacetime military decoration on 26 January 2015. He had enlisted in the 13th battalion, Rajputana Rifles and was ser ...

Pravin Singh

Pravin Singh was a Fijian politician of Indian descent, who won the Tavua Open Constituency in the House of Representatives for the Fiji Labour Party in the parliamentary elections of 1999 and 2001. On 19 May 2000, he was among the 43 members of ...

Triveni Singh

Lieutenant Triveni Singh was an Officer of the Indian Army from 5 Jammu and Kashmir Light Infantry and was posthumously awarded the Ashok Chakra Award, Indias highest peacetime award, for his actions in the terrorist attack on Jammu Railway Stati ...

Jeff Sitar

Jeff Sitar was a locksmith living in Clifton, New Jersey who specialized as a safe-cracker and who has won the Lockmasters International Safecracking Competition eight times. He is known for the opening of a safe on board USS Ling, and for openin ...

Angus Skene

Skene developed an interest in contemporary art with his wife Midge while living near London, before moving to Birmingham in 1951 to work as an accountant, and latterly the Finance Officer, at the University of Birmingham. Disappointed with the s ...

Ben Skora

Ben Skora was an American inventor residing in Palos Hills, Illinois who specialized in robotics and electro-gadget automation in homes. He often worked with spare parts obtained from junk yards or discarded by others. He was best known for build ...

Arthur Slattery

Arthur Slattery was an Australian rugby league footballer who played in the 1940s. He played for South Sydney and Parramatta as a prop. Slattery was a foundation player for Parramatta and played in the clubs first ever game.

Peggy Sloane

Peggy Sloane was an American television soap opera script writer. She wrote on daytime for over 23 years, and her final year of active daytime work was back in 1999. She died in May 2009.

Jane Slowey

Jane E. Slowey was a British charity worker who was the Chief Executive of The Foyer Federation. Jane Slowey became Chief Executive of the young peoples housing charity The Foyer Federation in 2004. She was Chair of Skills – Third Sector, a natio ...

Clarence Smith (soccer)

Clarence Smith was a U.S. soccer player who played the first two U.S. national team games in 1916. Smith earned two caps with the national team in 1916. In the first official U.S. national team game, the U.S. defeated Sweden on August 20, 1916. O ...

Gary Smith (rugby league, York born)

Gary Smith is an English former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1970s and 1980s. He played at representative level for Yorkshire, and at club level for York, as a utility player, e.g. fullback, stand-off, scrum-half or loos ...

Hugh Smith (news anchor)

Hugh Smith was a reporter, news anchor, and news director at WTVT in Tampa, Florida, from 1963 until his retirement in 1991. Having worked at WTVT for over 27 years, he is considered a television pioneer, being part of the first live color teleca ...

Joseph A. Smith

Joseph A. Smith was an American politician who served as Sheriff of Worcester County, Massachusetts from 1962 to 1977. Smith was the son of Dr. Joseph A. and Mary Dunn Smith. From 1941 to 1962 Smith was an F.B.I. special agent. Smith worked as an ...

Kathy Smith (politician)

Kathleen Smith was an Australian politician who served in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly as the member for Gosford for the Labor Party from 2015 to 2017. Smith was previously the chairwoman of Cancer Voices NSW, and has worked with orga ...

Charles A. Smythwick

Smythwick published one novel during his lifetime, in 1954. False measure;: A satirical novel of the lives and objectives of upper middle-class Negroes 1954 source It originally sold for $3.50, and was praised by Jet Magazine for standing out amo ...