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Axel Hugo Teodor Theorell (1903—1982)

Charles-Victor Hugo (1826—1871)

Field Marshal Hugo Sperrle (1885—1953)

François-Victor Hugo (1828—1873)

French Poetry since Hugo

Geoffrey William Hugo Lampe (1912—1980) theologian

George Hugo Tucker

Graeme Hugo

Günther Hugo Becker (b. 1924)

Henry Hugo Pierson (1815—1873) composer


Hugo A. C. Poortman (1858—1953)

Hugo Adam Bedau

Hugo Adam Bedau (1926)

Hugo Alfvén (1872—1960)

Hugo Argüelles (1932—2003)

Hugo Arnot (1749—1786) author

Hugo Ball (1886—1927)

Hugo Becker (1863—1941)

Hugo Brehme (1882—1954)

Hugo Bürger

Hugo Chavez (b. 1954)

Hugo Claus (1929—2008)

Hugo Cole (1917—1995)

Hugo Crombie

Hugo d’Oignies (c. 1187—1240)

Hugo De Vries (1848—1935) Dutch plant physiologist and geneticist

Hugo Distler (1908—1942)

Hugo Erfurth (1874—1948)


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(Weir: Blond Eckbert). Ten. He meets and befriends Eckbert in the forest, but Eckbert sees in him a likeness to Walther, whom Eckbert has killed. See also Walther (3). Created (1994) by Christopher Ventris.

Subjects: Opera.

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