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Michael Russell

(1781—1848) Scottish Episcopal bishop of Glasgow and Galloway


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RUSSELL, Michael (William) (1860 - 1949)

RUSSELL, George Michael (1908 - 1993)

BROWN, Michael Russell (born 1951), journalist

Hamilton-Russell, Gustavus Michael Stucley (born 1965), DL

Michael Polanyi on Scientific Authority and his Criticism of Popper and Russell

Russell, Michael (1781-1848), Scottish Episcopal bishop of Glasgow and Galloway

Russell, Michael Anthony Hamilton (1932-2009), psychiatrist and public health scientist

George E. Marcus, W. Russell Neuman, and Michael MacKuen, Affective Intelligence and Political Judgment

RANDS, Michael Russell Wheldon (born 1956), Executive Director, Cambridge Conservation Initiative, since 2009

SCANLAN, Michael (born 1946), Consultant, Russells Gibson McCaffrey (formerly Russells), Solicitors, Glasgow, 2011–13 (Senior Partner, 1982–2011)

GRAHAM, (John) Michael (Russell) (born 1942), Professor of Unsteady Aerodynamics, Imperial College, University of London, since 1990

Hamilton-Russell, Gustavus Michael George (1931 - 1995), DL; JP, a Lord in Waiting, since 1981; Lord-Lieutenant of Shropshire, since 1994

Why Are So Many Americans in Prison? By Steven Raphael and Michael A. Stoll Russell Sage Foundation. 2013. 336 pages. $45 paperback

One Nation Divisible: What America Was and What It Is Becoming. By Michael B. Katz and Mark J. Stern (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2006. xi + 349 pp. $37.50)

The Nile in Darkness: A flawed unity 1863–1899, by John O. Udal. Norwich: Michael Russell, 2005. xiv + 685 pp. £55 (hardback). ISBN 0-859-55291-8 (hardback).

Substance misuse and childcare, edited by Fiona Harbin and Michael Murphy, Dorset, Russell House, 2000, pp 136, ISBN 1–898924–48–1, £14.95

 
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