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Alfred Russel Wallace, OM, FRS ( 8 January 1823 – 7 November 1913 ) was a British naturalist, explorer, geographer, anthropologist and biologist.
Wallace was one of the leading evolutionary thinkers of the 19th century and made a number of other contributions to the development of evolutionary theory besides being co-discoverer of natural selection.
Wallace was strongly attracted to unconventional ideas.
Alfred Wallace was born in the Welsh village of Llanbadoc, near Usk, Monmouthshire.
He was the seventh of nine children of Thomas Vere Wallace and Mary Anne Greenell.
Thomas Wallace was of Scottish ancestry.
The wife of Scoop Beal, the editor of the Humboldt Standard, which later combined with the Humboldt Times, in which Genzoli's story had appeared, has stated that her husband was in on the hoax with Wallace.
The crew was overseen by Wilbur L. Wallace, brother of Raymond L. Wallace.
The story was written for the screen and then as a novel by Randall Wallace.
The anniversary was also celebrated with a 40-page issue ( instead of 32 pages ; the 60th birthday issue also had extra pages, 48 instead of 24 ) guest edited by Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park, price £ 1. 50 ( not 99p ) and an issue of Classics from the Comics devoted to the Beano.
* In 1927, a feature-length silent film Casey at the Bat was released, starring Wallace Beery, Ford Sterling, and ZaSu Pitts.
Writing in 1889, Alfred Russel Wallace remarks " It was formerly a very general belief, even amongst geologists, that the great features of the earth's surface, no less than the smaller ones, were subject to continual mutations, and that during the course of known geological time the continents and great oceans had again and again changed places with each other.
The building was designed by the famed architect Wallace Harrison, who would later design the similar-looking façade of Manhattan's Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center.
In May 2000, he later had surgery to repair a leaking heart valve, and was forced to take a three month break from Parliament, with Deputy First Minister, Jim Wallace taking over as Acting First Minister.
His later author discoveries included Tanith Lee, Jennifer Roberson, Michael Shea, Ian Wallace, Tad Williams, Celia S. Friedman, and C. J. Cherryh, whose Downbelow Station ( 1982 ) was the first DAW book to win the Hugo Award for best novel.
Dolores Fuller's autobiography, A Fuller Life: Hollywood, Ed Wood and Me, co-authored by Winnipeg writer Stone Wallace and her husband Philip Chamberlin, was published in 2008.
It was based on a novel by Edgar Wallace, starring Donald Calthrop, Benita Home and Fred Raines, made by British Lion at their Beaconsfield Studios.
In a 1996 interview with Michael Silverblatt, David Foster Wallace admitted that the structure of the first draft of Infinite Jest he gave to his editor Michael Pietsch was inspired by fractals, specifically the Sierpinski triangle ( aka Sierpinski gasket ) but that the edited novel is " more like a lopsided Sierpinsky Gasket ".
The following year William Wallace and Andrew de Moray raised forces to resist the occupation and under their joint leadership an English army was defeated at the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
Yoakum left home when he was 9 years old, to join the Great Wallace Circus.
Bill Wallace was also a great user of this kick, as seen in his fight with Bill Briggs, where he KO'd his opponent with the clocked 60 mph kick.
In June 1996, Henry Wallace was appointed President, and he set about restructuring Mazda and setting it on a new strategic direction.

Wallace and prolific
The prolific Anderson also has demonstrated his special supportive skills on a remarkably wide assortment of albums by David Murray, Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra, Dr. John, Luther Allison, Bennie Wallace, Gerry Hemingway, Henry Threadgill, John Scofield, Roscoe Mitchell, Randy Sandke's Inside Out Band, Sam Rivers ' Rivbea Orchestra, Bobby Previte and others.
In the 1920s Bourne End became home for two distinguished literary figures ; Enid Blyton, a perennially popular children's writer, moved into Old Thatch on Coldmoorholm Lane, and Edgar Wallace, a prolific crime author and dramatist, bought Chalklands off Blind Lane.
Faust rivalled Edgar Wallace and Isaac Asimov as one of the most prolific authors of all time.
A prolific radio and television performer, Joslyn was a co-star of the 1953-1954 ABC sitcom Where's Raymond ?, in which he played Jonathan Wallace, brother of the title character Raymond Wallace, the role of Ray Bolger.
In Europe during the early 1960's, movies based on the murder mystery novels of the incredibly prolific Wallace had become a mini-genre of their own.
His entomological papers listed and described species collected by Alfred Russel Wallace ( in Longicornia Malayana ), Robert Templeton and other assiduous collectors but not prolific writers on systematic entomology.

Wallace and author
* 1926 – Wallace Markfield, American author ( d. 2002 )
At a Braveheart Convention in 1997, held in Stirling the day after the Scottish Devolution vote and attended by 200 delegates from around the world, Braveheart author Randall Wallace, Seoras Wallace of the Wallace Clan, Scottish historian David Ross and Bláithín FitzGerald from Ireland gave lectures on various aspects of the film.
* 1926 – Wallace Breem, English author ( d. 1990 )
* 1976 – Danny Wallace, British author
American Pulitzer Prize-winning author Wallace Stegner wrote: National parks are the best idea we ever had.
She hired lawyer Lew Wallace, the author of Ben-Hur, and filed a suit demanding that Marshall pay her $ 20, 000 for libel.
* Major General Lew Wallace, Civil War officer, Ben-Hur author, and statesman
During President Garfield's limited tenure, he appointed several ambassadors, notably James R. Lowell as U. S. minister to England ; and the famous author of Ben-Hur and former Union Civil War general, Lew Wallace, as U. S. minister to Turkey.
* Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ is an 1880 novel by American general and author Lew Wallace
Lewis " Lew " Wallace ( April 10, 1827February 15, 1905 ) was an American lawyer, Union general in the American Civil War, territorial governor and statesman, politician and author.
* Daniel Wallace, writer, author of Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions
( Wallace is also the author of the film's novelization.
* Daniel Wallace, author, lives in Carrboro
* Lew Wallace, 11th governor of New Mexico Territory, Union general in the American Civil War, author of Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ.
Alma Wallace Lesch, 1917-1999 resided in Shepherdsville KY 1949-1999 author, teacher and textile innovator " fabric collage " archive in University of Louisville, " Southern Gothic " permanent display at U of L.
* Wallace Stegner, Pulitzer Prize winning author
His negotiations with governor Lew Wallace ( a famed Civil War general and author of the novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ ) for amnesty came to nothing.
Blind Harry ( c. 1440 – 1492 ), also known as Harry, Hary or Henry the Minstrel, is renowned as the author of The Actes and Deidis of the Illustre and Vallyeant Campioun Schir William Wallace, also known as The Wallace.
* Irving Wallace, author
* December 4-Ian Wallace ( died 1998 ), science fiction author

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