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Brian Darcy (c. 1570—1587) witch-hunter

Brian D'Arcy James (b. 1968)

Charles Frederick D'Arcy (1859—1938) Church of Ireland archbishop of Armagh

Constance Eleanor Mary Byrne D'Arcy (c. 1857—1937) writer

Dame Constance Elizabeth D'Arcy (1879—1950) obstetrician and gynaecologist

D'Arcy Cresswell (1896—1960)

D'Arcy, Ella

Darcy, Fitzwilliam, Georgiana

Darcy Hallett

Darcy Hughes-Heuring

Darcy Lever (c. 1760—1839) writer on seamanship

Darcy Maxwell (1743—1810) follower of Methodism and philanthropist

D'Arcy McNickle (1904—1977)

D'Arcy Niland (1919—1967)

D'Arcy Wentworth (1762—1827) medical practitioner and public servant in Australia

D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson (1829—1902) classical scholar

D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson (1860—1948) zoologist and classical scholar

Darcy's law

Elliott D'Arcy Todd (1808—1845) army officer in the East India Company

Ernest Richard D'Arcy de Ferrars (1855—1929) musician and pageant master

Helen D'Arcy Stewart (1765—1838) poet

Isabel Darcy (c. 1566—1622) patron of clergymen

Isabelle Darcy

John Darcy (c. 1279—1347) landowner and administrator

Joseph Eric d'Arcy (b. 1924)

Les Darcy (1895—1917)

Margaretta D'Arcy (b. 1934)

Martin Cyril D'Arcy (1888—1976) Jesuit and theologian

Patrick Darcy (1598—1668) lawyer and politician


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The unit of intrinsic permeability, used particularly in the oil industry. One darcy is equal to 0.987 × 10−12 m2. The unit is named after the French engineer Henri Philibert Gaspard Darcy (1803–58).

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation — Earth Sciences and Geography.

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