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Annie Henrietta Yule (1875—1950) film industry financier

BRADDON, Henry Yule (1863 - 1955)

CAMPBELL, Leslie Warner Yule (1867 - 1946)

Catto, Stephen Gordon (1923 - 2001), Chairman: Yule Catto & Co. plc, 1971–2000; Morgan Grenfell Group plc, 1980–87; Director, Times Newspapers Holdings Ltd, since 1981, and other companies

Delimiting Species Using Single-Locus Data and the Generalized Mixed Yule Coalescent Approach: A Revised Method and Evaluation on Simulated Data Sets

Diversity, Disparity, and Evolutionary Rate Estimation for Unresolved Yule Trees

George Udny Yule (1871—1951) statistician

A green Yule makes a fat churchyard

Hind, Henry Yule

Kremlyov, Yuly Anatol′yevich (1908 - 1971), musicologist

MACKAY, John Yule (1860 - 1930), Principal, University College, Dundee, University of St Andrews, since 1897

MacLENNAN, Graeme Andrew Yule (born 1942), Director, Phillips & Drew Fund Management, 1990–93

Manson, (Thomas) Mortimer Yule (1904-1996), journalist and musician

MEALING, Kenneth William (1895 - 1968), Director: Yule Catto & Co. Ltd; Ultramar Co. Ltd

Meytus, Yuly Serhiyovych (1903 - 1997), composer

OLDHAM, Henry Yule (1862 - 1951)

Random Tree-Puzzle Leads to the Yule–Harding Distribution

RICHARDSON, (John) Henry (1889 - 1980), Former Director: Yule Catto & Co. Ltd, East India Merchants; The Chartered Bank

Sampling Error Does Not Invalidate the Yule-Coalescent Model for Species Delimitation. A Response to Lohse (2009)

SAWDY, Peter Bryan (born 1931), Director: Griffin International Ltd, 1988–2007 (Consultant, 2007–09); Yule Catto PLC, 1990–2002; Lazard Birla Indian Investment Fund plc, 1994–2002

Sir Henry Yule (1820—1889) geographer

Slutzky–Yule effect

Slutzky–Yule effect

(Thomas) Mortimer Yule Manson (1904—1996) journalist and musician

William Yule

WILSON, John George Yule (1853 - 1935), RASC (retired)

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Archaic term for Christmas. The name comes from Old English gēol(a) ‘Christmas Day’; compare with Old Norse jól, originally applied to a heathen festival lasting twelve days, later to Christmas.

Yule log a large log traditionally burnt in the hearth on Christmas Eve.

Yuletide the time of Yule, Christmas.

See also a green Yule makes a fat churchyard.

Subjects: medieval and Renaissance history (500 to 1500).


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