Harry Ford, 1876–1956, U.S. oil businessman: a major figure in the Teapot Dome scandal.
May, 1865?–1946, British novelist.
[uhp-tuh n bel] /ˈʌp tən bɛl/ (Show IPA), 1878–1968, U.S. novelist, socialist, and reformer.
a male given name: a family name taken from a French placename, Saint Clair.
Sir Clive (Marles). born 1940, English electronics engineer, inventor, and entrepreneur, who produced such electronic goods as pocket calculators and some of the first home computers; however, the Sinclair C5 (1985), a small light electric vehicle for one person, proved a commercial failure
Upton (Beall). 1878–1968, US novelist, whose The Jungle (1906) exposed the working and sanitary conditions of the Chicago meat-packing industry and prompted the passage of food inspection laws
- Sinclair pc200
computer (http://nonowt.demon.co.uk/magfold/articfol/the_miss.htm). [Summary?] 1998-07-28
- Sinclair radionics
- Sinclair research
company A British microelectronics developer and manufacturer. Evolving from Sinclair Radionics in 1979, Sinclair Research was owned by Sir Clive Sinclair. Sinclair Radionics produced electronic components and devices (such as calculators and pocket radios and televisions), but Sinclair Research began by producing some of the first 8-bit home microcomputers. Sinclair produced five microcomputers from 1980 […]
noun 1. a former province of Pakistan, in the lower Indus valley; now part of West Pakistan. 48,136 sq. mi. (125,154 sq. km). Capital: Karachi. noun 1. a province of SE Pakistan, mainly in the lower Indus valley: formerly a province of British India; became a province of Pakistan in 1947; divided in 1955 between […]