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* 1886 Osman Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VII, Nizam of Hyderabad state ( d. 1967 )
* 1888 Gerhard Ritter, German historian ( d. 1967 )
* 1967 Jonathan Firth, British actor
* 1967 Mika Koivuniemi, Finnish bowler
* 1967 Sarah Cracknell, English singer ( Saint Etienne )
* 1967 Mellow Man Ace, American rapper ( Cypress Hill )
* 1967 The Aldene Connection opened in Roselle Park, NJ, shutting down the CNJ's Jersey City waterfront terminal and transferring commuters to Newark Penn Station.
* 1877 Alice B. Toklas, American businesswoman ( d. 1967 )
* 1967 Steven Mackintosh, English actor
* 1875 Katharine McCormick, American biologist, philanthropist, and activist ( d. 1967 )
* 1967 Ogie Alcasid, Filipino singer-songwriter, producer, and actor
* 1967 Mike Greenberg, American sportscaster
* 1967 Julie Snyder, Canadian talk show host and producer
* 1967 Deion Sanders, American football player
* 1895 Bert Lahr, American actor ( d. 1967 )
* 1967 Quinn Cummings, American actress
* 1967 Digna Ketelaar, Dutch tennis player
* 1967 Amélie Nothomb, Belgian writer
* 1967 Aaron Krickstein, American tennis player
* 1967 Aline Brosh McKenna, American screenwriter
* 1967 Dang Van Ngu, Vietnamese doctor and intellectual ( b. 1910 )
* 1924 Frank Worrell, Indian cricketer ( d. 1967 )
* 1967 Gregg Jefferies, American baseball player
* 1967 Mathieu Kassovitz, French director and screenwriter

1967 and Skin
* 1967 Barrett Martin, American musician, producer, and composer ( Mad Season, Screaming Trees, Skin Yard, and Tuatara )
In Munich in 1967 he gave a lecture called " Speech in Nude for the Right to a Third Skin ".
* Black Skin, White Masks ( 1952 ), ( 1967 translation by Charles Lam Markmann: New York, Grove Press )
* The Lion Skin, 1967.
Skunk Anansie are an English rock band whose members include Skin ( born Deborah Dyer, 3 August 1967, Brixton ), Cass ( born Richard Keith Lewis, 1 September 1960, London ), Ace ( born Martin Ivor Kent, 30 March 1967, Cheltenham ) and Mark Richardson ( born 28 May 1970, Leeds ).
The success of this single launched a series of Ruffin-led hits, including " It's Growing " ( 1965 ), " Since I Lost My Baby " ( 1965 ), " My Baby " ( 1965 ), " Ain't Too Proud to Beg " ( 1966 ), " Beauty Is Only Skin Deep " ( 1966 ), "( I Know ) I'm Losing You " ( 1966 ), " All I Need " ( 1967 ), "( Loneliness Made Me Realize ) It's You That I Need " ( 1967 ), " I Wish It Would Rain " ( 1967 ), and " I Could Never Love Another ( After Loving You )" ( 1968 ).
In 1967, American Vogue magazine published an article called “ Can Great Skin Be Created ?”, written by beauty editor Carol Phillips with Dr. Norman Orentreich, discussing the significance of a skin-care routine.
Country Dance ( also known as Brotherly Love ( USA ) and The Same Skin ( UK ) is a 1970 British drama film based on the novel Household Ghosts ( 1961 ) by James Kennaway which became a three-act stage play 1967.

1967 and English
Some jurisdictions allow force to be used in defense of property, to prevent damage either in its own right, or under one or both of the preceding classes of defense in that a threat or attempt to damage property might be considered a crime ( in English law, under s5 Criminal Damage Act 1971 it may be argued that the defendant has a lawful excuse to damaging property during the defense and a defense under s3 Criminal Law Act 1967 ) subject to the need to deter vigilantes and excessive self-help.
* 1967 Tom Hollander, English actor
* 1967 Lorraine Pearson, English singer and author ( Five Star )
The Beginner's Dictionary ( 1962 ), the Intermediate Dictionary ( 1964 ) and, finally, the Senior Dictionary ( 1967 ) were milestones in Canadian English lexicography.
Engelbart applied for a patent in 1967 and received it in 1970, for the wooden shell with two metal wheels ( computer mouse-), which he had developed with Bill English, his lead engineer, a few years earlier.
* 1967 David Howells, English footballer
It has inspired a new genre, the Robinsonade as works like Johann David Wyss's The Swiss Family Robinson ( 1812 ) adapt its premise and has provoked modern postcolonial responses, including J. M. Coetzee's Foe ( 1986 ) and Michel Tournier's Vendredi ou les Limbes du Pacifique ( in English, Friday ) ( 1967 ).
* 1967 Darren Sheridan, English footballer and manager
* 1967 Billy Chapman, English footballer ( b. 1902 )
* 1905 Robert Henriques, English writer ( d. 1967 )
* 1967 Jason Dozzell, English footballer
* Bell, A. Melville ( 1967 ), " Visible Speech ", London: Simpkin Marshall ; rpt in facsimile in B. Collins and I. Mees ( 2006 ), " Phonetics of English in the 19th Century ", London: Routledge.
* --------, 1967 ( French ), 1973 ( English ).
Jacob Grimm in his Deutsches Wörterbuch deplored the " unhochdeutsch " form Elf, borrowed " unthinkingly " from the English, and Tolkien was inspired by Grimm to recommend reviving the genuinely German form in his Guide to the Names in The Lord of the Rings ( 1967 ) and Elb, Elben was consequently reintroduced in the 1972 German translation of The Lord of the Rings.
* 1967 Tamsin Greig, English actress
* 1865 John Haden Badley, English school founder ( d. 1967 )
* 1967 Colin Cooper, English footballer
In 1967 and 1968 he was a high school teacher, teaching English and social studies.
* 1967 Col Needham, English businessman, co-founded Internet Movie Database
* 1892 Basil Rathbone, English actor ( d. 1967 )
* 1878 John Masefield, English novelist and poet ( d. 1967 )
* 1967 Vivien Leigh, English actress ( b. 1913 )

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