biographical data

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  • In many cases, this is the only biographical data available.
  • Very little is known about his biographical data.
  • The dust-jacket contains biographical data which has been used here.
  • Aside from biographical data, this book also gives information about many of her lectures and the many friends she came across during her life time.
  • They were released only in 1955, to be included with other biographical data.
  • Some of these contain significant amounts of biographical data and can be considered biographies.
  • He was best known for his work collecting and publishing tournament results and basic biographical data on chess players.
  • A one-name study is a collection of vital and other biographical data about all persons worldwide sharing a particular surname.
  • For example, utilizing biographical data during selection can be an effective technique.
  • In the listing below, the author links lead to the latest available biographical data.
  • Efforts to obtain any biographical data on "Adam Jimenez" also turned up nothing.
  • It enables integration of various sources of information about team from personality, performance or knowledge tests and biographical data.
  • His brief span of life has yielded only scanty biographical data. Cited from Halleck's New English Literature, by Reuben P. Halleck
  • The biographical data on Linji's life are expanded, and appear at the end of the text.
  • The cards are printed on the front with the tax code, expiration date and biographical data.
  • In cases where notable individuals decline to submit biographical data, Marquis compiles information itself.
  • Cercamon, whose real name, as well as any actual biographical data, is unknown, was one of the earliest troubadours.
  • He is a unique source for some information about ancient Rome, particularly biographical data and certain details of historical events, and appears to have had access to sources now lost.
  • However, Miranda does not apply to biographical data necessary to complete booking.
  • There is in fact a wealth of ostensibly biographical data in the poem, but it is difficult to know how this should be treated.
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