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Xiaokai Yang - Professional Career
... When he died, Nanfang Zhoumo (Southern Weekend), the most influential reformist magazine in China, published a long obituary, praising Xiaokai, and discussing the pervasive impact of his writings ... Professor Xiaokai Yang was diagnosed with lung cancer in September, 2001 and died on July 7, 2004 after a long battle with it, which doctors had predicted would kill him many years before ...
22nd Infantry Regiment (United States) - 1st Battalion - Operation Iraqi Freedom - OIF 07-09
... return home CPT Andrew "Drew" Pearson (HHC Commander) (died 30 April 2008), SPC Ronald Tucker (died 30 April 2008), and CPL Steven Thompson (died 14 February 2009) ...
Frankie Howerd - Death
... He collapsed and died of heart failure two weeks afterwards, on the morning of 19 April 1992 ... Two hours before he died, he was speaking on the telephone to his TV producer about new ideas for his next show ... Howerd died one day before fellow comedian Benny Hill ...
Ian Hislop - Family and Early Life
... grandfather, David Murdoch Hislop, died just before he was born ... was 12 years old his father, David Hislop, died his mother, who was born in Jersey and had left for Wales in her late teens, died when he was 32 years old ...
Evel Knievel - Declining Health and Death
... from the hospital stating a young man had died in a motorcycle accident and could be a donor ... Evel Knievel died in Clearwater, Florida, on November 30, 2007, aged 69 ... reported that Knievel had trouble breathing while at his residence in Clearwater, but died on the way to the hospital ...

Famous quotes containing the word died:

    There is a distinction to be drawn between true collectors and accumulators. Collectors are discriminating; accumulators act at random. The Collyer brothers, who died among the tons of newspapers and trash with which they filled every cubic foot of their house so that they could scarcely move, were a classic example of accumulators, but there are many of us whose houses are filled with all manner of things that we “can’t bear to throw away.”
    Russell Lynes (1910–1991)

    “O mother, mother, make my bed!
    O make it saft and narrow!
    Since my love died for me today,
    I’ll die for him tomorrow.”
    Unknown. Bonny Barbara Allan (l. 33–36)

    Each of us like you
    has died once,
    each of us like you
    stands apart, like you
    fit to be worshipped.
    Hilda Doolittle (1886–1961)