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Sir Harry


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Sir Harry

Sir Harry Atkinson (1831—1892) farmer and premier of New Zealand

Sir Harry Chauvel (1865—1945) army officer

Sir Harry Coningsby (fl. c. 1623—1675) translator

Sir Harry Broadhurst (1905—1995) air force officer

Sir Rowland Harry Biffen (1874—1949) geneticist and agricultural botanist

Sir Harry Calvert (1763—1826) army officer

Sir Harry Campion (1905—1996) statistician

Sir Harry Triscott Brooking (1864—1944) army officer

Sir Harry Burrard (1755—1813) army officer

Sir Harry Railing (1878—1963) electrical equipment manufacturer

Sir Harry Holdsworth Rawson (1843—1910) naval officer

Sir Harry Ralph Ricardo (1885—1974) mechanical engineer

Sir Harry Verney (1801—1894) politician

Sir Harry Wildair

Sir Harry Craufurd Tuzo (1917—1998) army officer

Sir Harry Trelawny (1756—1834) dissenting minister, Church of England clergyman, and Roman Catholic priest

Sir Harry Hinsley (1918—1998) cryptanalyst and historian

Sir Harry Wildair

 

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D. 1999. In an industry where lesser talents can accomplish stardom and rave reviews given to middling DJs, unique performers such as Sir Harry were frequently disregarded. Although regularly referred ...

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