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Albert Gordon Austin (1918—1990)

Alfred Austin (1835—1913) poet

Austin Bradford Hill (1897—1991) medical statistician

Austin Clare (c. 1845—1932)

Austin Clarke (1896—1974) writer and radio broadcaster

Austin Clarke (b. 1934)

Austin Ernest Duncan-Jones (1908—1967)

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Austin Frederic Harrison (1873—1928) journalist and journal editor

Austin Gee

Austin Gill (1906—1990) French scholar

Austin Herbert Woolrych (1918—2004) historian

Austin Holyoake (1826—1874) freethought printer and publisher

Austin Leonard Reed (1873—1954) tailor and retailer

Austin Lounge Lizards

Austin Marsden Farrer (1904—1968) philosopher, theologian, and biblical scholar

Austin Osman Spare (1886—1956) artist and occultist

Austin Pendleton (b. 1940)

Austin Phelps (1820—1890)

Austin Richard William Low (1914—2000) soldier and politician

Austin Sarat

Austin Stack (1879—1929) Irish republican activist

Austin Tappan Wright (1883—1931)

Austin v. United States

Austin William Woodland (1914—1990) geologist and geological administrator

Austin Woolfolk (1796—1847)

Austin Woolrych

Austin Wylie


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Capital of Texas, on the Colorado River, USA. Originally called Waterloo, it was first settled in 1835 and renamed after Stephen Austin (the ‘father of Texas’) in 1839. The market ...

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