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Its recipients to date are Ian Agol, Manindra Agrawal, Yves Benoist, Manjul Bhargava, Danny Calegari, Alain Connes, Nils Dencker, Alex Eskin, David Gabai, Ben Green, Christopher Hacon, Richard Hamilton, Michael Harris, Jeremy Kahn, Laurent Lafforgue, Gérard Laumon, Vladimir Markovic, James McKernan, Ngô Bảo Châu, Jonathan Pila, Jean-François Quint, Oded Schramm, Stanislav Smirnov, Terence Tao, Clifford Taubes, Richard Taylor, Claire Voisin, Jean-Loup Waldspurger, Andrew Wiles, and Edward Witten.
* 1978 – Richard Hamilton, American basketball player
* 1922 – Richard Hamilton, English painter ( d. 2011 )
* Hamilton, Richard F. ( 1982 ).
The early works of David Hockney and the works of Richard Hamilton and Eduardo Paolozzi ( who created the groundbreaking I was a Rich Man's Plaything, 1947 ) are considered seminal examples in the movement.
The proof followed on from the program of Richard Hamilton to use the Ricci flow to attack the problem.
In these papers he sketched a proof of the Poincaré conjecture and a more general conjecture, Thurston's geometrization conjecture, completing the Ricci flow program outlined earlier by Richard Hamilton.
Perelman's proof uses a modified version of a Ricci flow program developed by Richard Hamilton.
The Ricci flow was defined by Richard Hamilton as a way to deform manifolds.
Ferry studied at the Newcastle University in the Sixties under renowned pop artist and educator Richard Hamilton, and many of Ferry's university friends, classmates and tutors-e. g.
Scholars Edward Daniel Clarke and William Richard Hamilton, newly arrived from England, agreed to examine the collections in Alexandria and claimed to have found many artefacts that the French had not revealed.
Antecedents of modern sociobiological thinking can be traced to the 1960s and the work of such biologists as Richard D. Alexander, Robert Trivers and William D. Hamilton.
Up front, linemen Bobby Hamilton ( 7 sacks, 1 fumble recovery ), and rookie Richard Seymour excelled at pressuring quarterbacks and stuffing the run.
** Richard Hamilton, American basketball player
** Richard Hamilton, British painter ( d. 2011 )
* September 13 – Richard Hamilton, British painter and collage artist ( b. 1922 )
The conjecture was later proven by Grigori Perelman, following the program of Richard Hamilton.
W. Hamilton describes Chaucer, Gower, Kay, Andrew Bernard, John Skelton, Robert Whittington, Richard Edwards and Samuel Daniel as " volunteer Laureates ".
* Richard Hamilton as Hugh Palmer, rig foreman of Aegis Oil
The Bulls signed veteran shooting guard Richard " Rip " Hamilton to a three-year deal, after he was waived by the Detroit Pistons.
In the 2002 offseason, Dumars revamped the Pistons ' roster by signing free agent Chauncey Billups, acquiring Richard " Rip " Hamilton from the Washington Wizards, and by drafting Tayshaun Prince from Kentucky.
( left-to right: Richard Hamilton, Ben Wallace, Rasheed Wallace, Chauncey Billups, Tayshaun Prince ).
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Four of the five Piston starters, Chauncey Billups, Richard Hamilton, Rasheed Wallace, and Ben Wallace, were named to the All-Star team, and Flip Saunders served as the Eastern Conference All-Star team coach.

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Richard Cole organised their first North American tour at the end of the year, and would become a major figure in the touring life of the group.
In his 1991 essay " Viruses of the Mind ", Richard Dawkins used memetics to explain the phenomenon of religious belief and the various characteristics of organised religions.
The album's sleeve was designed by Richard Hamilton, a notable pop artist who had organised a Marcel Duchamp retrospective at the Tate Gallery the previous year.
Firstly, a former High Master of St Paul's School, Richard Mulcaster is credited with taking mob football and turning it into an organised, refereed team sport that was considered beneficial for schoolboys.
In the last scene of the film, however, she reverts to type and gives a rendition of " Waiting at the Church " at an impromptu concert at Aldwych tube station organised by Askey and his side-kick Richard " Stinker " Murdoch.
In 1989, actor Jack Douglas and Richard Hope-Hawkins, organised a benefit concert for Thomas, after discovering he was living in virtual obscurity and ill health.
Since Robert, Duke of Ireland was hugely unpopular with the other nobles and magnates, his close relationship with King Richard was one of the catalysts for the emergence of an organised opposition to his rule in the form of the Lords Appellant.
The Horse Patrol, organised in 1805 by Sir John Fielding's successor at Bow Street, Richard Ford, wore a distinctive scarlet waistcoat under their blue greatcoats.
There were 2 companies competing for the National Lottery franchise in 2001, Camelot, the incumbent operator and a rival operator organised by Sir Richard Branson called The People's Lottery.
In 1977, Tinsley, with Richard Larson of Yale, organised a conference on ' The Evolution of Galaxies and Stellar Populations '.
During the 1970s, Richard Hamilton enjoyed international acclaim with a number of major exhibitions being organised of his work.
Led by a sailor named Richard Parker, the Nore mutineers quickly organised and became a significant threat to water traffic in the Thames Estuary.
In 1880, Richard Mullock, secretary of the Newport Athletic Club, decided to take matters into his own hands and without the backing of the SWFU organised an international match against England.
After the ' Eland Dinner ' in 1859 at the London Tavern, organised by Richard Owen, Buckland set up the Acclimatization Society to further the search for new food.
The Festival of Light was organised by Mary Whitehouse at Methodist Central Hall, and included Cliff Richard and Malcolm Muggeridge.
Still nominally a member of the BNP he has become associated with the ' Friends of John Tyndall ', an informal anti-Griffin group largely controlled by Richard Edmonds and John Morse in attending a speech by Valerie Tyndall which they had organised in July 2007.
Simpson, getting to go to a private pool party organised by Michael Barrymore and getting to present Top Gear with his first assignment to try to break the land speed record in the same car driven by Richard Hammond.
In 1965 Oz editor Richard Neville had a close encounter with Sydney's alleged " Mr Big " of organised crime, Lennie McPherson, a notorious criminal who was at that time well on his way to becoming Sydney's most powerful underworld figure, thanks in part to a systematic program of public assassinations of his rivals.
The reunion was organised by a committee chaired by Edward Richard Woodham whose recollections of the charge and those of several others at the dinner were recorded in the article.
In 1974 he took part in a song contest organised by Sud Radio and performed in front of a panel of judges, which included Daniel and Richard Seff.
While at the academy Phillip became a member of The Clique a group of aspirant artists organised by Richard Dadd.
The march was organised by a number of organisations, including Pobl Atal Wylfa B, Greenpeace and Cymdeithas yr Iaith, which are supporting farmer Richard Jones who is in dispute with Horizon.
During the filming, an organised prank was played upon Cook and Moore by Richard Branson where ' police ' arrive and suspiciously sniff the contents of an ash tray to the dismay of the unnerved and wary pair.
Richard Hease, in 1982 Chairman of EMAP's Computer & Business Press which had acquired Electronic Insight, organised a pitch to the Telemap Group by David Babsky of a projected interactive online computer magazine to replace the existing content of Electronic Insight.

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