Pat Duncan

Pat Duncan

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  • Pat Martin — Patrick (Pat) Martin (né le 13 décembre 1955 à Winnipeg, au Manitoba) est un homme politique canadien. Il est député à la Chambre des communes du Canada depuis 1997, représentant la circonscription de Winnipeg Centre pour le Nouveau …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Duncan Campbell Scott — Dr. Duncan Campbell Scott Portrait by Yousuf Karsh, 1933 (Source: Library and Archives Canada, PA 165842) Born 1862 August 2 Ottawa, Ontario Died 1947 December 19 Ottawa, Onta …   Wikipedia

  • Duncan Kibet — after winning the 2009 Rotterdam Marathon. Duncan Kibet (born 25 April 1978) is a runner from Kenya. He became the second fastest marathoner ever with a time of 2:04:27 hours, when he won the 2009 Rotterdam Marathon.[1] …   Wikipedia

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