biographical

All Adjective Noun
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  • Most recent biographical works on women in science feature accounts of her experience.
  • Officials said they knew who these people were and important biographical details about many of them.
  • It has also led to novel uses of the biographical material provided.
  • His letters number more than one hundred, and they are of both biographical and literary value.
  • Numerous biographical books and documentaries about him have been produced since his death.
  • The short biographical note given here is largely based on this text.
  • Biographical information of group members is shown on the group's website.
  • His army career, it turned out, forced him to postpone even that biographical work.
  • He received critical reception for his performance in biographical and historical films.
  • Several Irish-American examples may be found in the biographical list below.
  • Contemporary reviews cited it the best biographical film made up to that time.
  • Balakirev apparently never married nor had any children since none is mentioned in biographical sources.
  • The poems themselves often address another person, but in the main avoid biographical reference.
  • Many of the characters in the novel, therefore, appear with extensive back-stories and biographical depth.
  • A biographical film and plays were created, and music was composed.
  • An extended sketch of his life appears in the biographical department of this work.
  • In many cases, this is the only biographical data available.
  • His book is still the most-cited primary source in biographical accounts of the lives of many artists he included.
  • He is one of the earliest composers on whom significant biographical information is available.
  • Catherine has remained a popular biographical subject to the present day.
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