Cameron

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Cameron, Montana
... Cameron is an unincorporated community in Madison County, Montana, United States ... It was named for its early settlers, the Cameron family ... was established between 1890-93 in the home of Addison Bovey Cameron ...
Alan Cameron (classical Scholar)
... Alan Cameron (born 1938) is a British classicist, Charles Anthon Professor of the Latin Language and Literature at Columbia University ... Cameron gained a BA from Oxford University, and his MA in 1964 ...
Alien2 - Visual Effects
... hired to supervise the visual effects, having previously worked with Cameron on several Roger Corman movies ... Cameron used these miniatures and several effects to make scenes look larger than they really were, including rear projection, mirrors, beam splitters ... was eliminated because of its fragility at Cameron's insistence, exposing the ridged, spined cranium beneath ...
Annalee (comics) - Adonis
... Database, a Marvel Comics wiki Adonis at the Comic Book DB Adonis (Eric Cameron) is an adversary of Captain America in the Marvel Comics universe ... Within the context of the stories, Cameron, the Chief of Cameron Electronics attempts to free himself of his weak and sickly body by means of a stolen S.H.I.E.L.D ... When the Matrix overloads, Cameron is scarred and deformed rather than refashioned into a paragon of virile beauty as he had expected ...
Cameron Stout
... Cameron Stout (born 8 March 1971 in Stromness, Orkney) was the winner of Big Brother 2003 ... Cameron is the elder brother of television and radio presenter Julyan Sinclair ...

Famous quotes containing the word cameron:

    And even as he stabbed me through and through
    I pitied him for his small strategy.
    —Norman Cameron (b. 1905)

    I longed to arrest all beauty that came before me, and at length the longing has been satisfied.
    —Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–1879)

    Come with me if you want to live.
    —James Cameron (b. 1954)