'Cunningham' can also refer to...

A. A. Cunningham

Agnes 'Sis' Cunningham (1909—2004)

Alastair J Cunningham

Alexander Cunningham (1654—1737) historian and diplomat

Alexander Cunningham (c. 1504—1574) nobleman

Alexander of Block Cunningham (c. 1655—1730) jurist and scholar

Alfred Austell Cunningham (1882—1939)

Allan Cunningham (1784—1842) poet and songwriter

Allan Cunningham (1791—1839) botanist and explorer

Andrew Cunningham, 1st Viscount Cunningham (1883—1963) naval officer

Anna Cunningham (c. 1593—1647) noblewoman

Charles Cunningham Boycott (1832—1897) land agent

Chris Cunningham

(Claude Cunningham) Bruce Marshall (1899—1987) novelist

Collette Cunningham

Cunningham and Faulkner treadmill test

Cunningham, Phil And Johnny



Daniel John Cunningham (1850—1909) anatomist

David Cunningham (c. 1540—1600) bishop of Aberdeen

Edward Francis Cunningham (c. 1741—1795) portrait painter

Edward Hubert Cunningham Craig (1874—1946) geologist

Francis Cunningham (1820—1875) army officer and literary editor

George C. Cunningham

George Cunningham Monteath (1788—1828) physician and oculist

Gustavus Watts Cunningham (1881—1968)

Imogen Cunningham (1883—1976)

J. V. Cunningham (1911—1985)


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A sail control line leading through a cringle, in the lower part of the luff of a sail. It is tightened as the wind increases so the sail retains its optimum shape. It is said to have been invented by the US yachtsman Briggs Cunningham.

John Rousmaniere

Subjects: Maritime History.

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