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(freier)journalist, publizist, hörfunkmoderator, webadministrator.

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(freelance)journalist, publicist, radiopresenter, webadministrator.

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juni: casey kasem, us-amerikanischer hörfunkmoderator (* 1932)* 15.

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1926)* june 15** casey kasem, american radio host and voice actor (b.

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april 2009 ebenda) war ein nigrischer filmschauspieler, hörfunkmoderator und heiler.

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1923 – 6 april 2009) was a nigerien traditional healer, broadcaster, and film actor.

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1950), hörfunkmoderator und jazzmusiker* marianne vater (* 1952), zoologin.

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*marianne vater (born 1952), professor of zoology at the university of potsdam.

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== varianten ==* greene== namensträger ===== a ===* a. c. green (* 1963), us-amerikanischer basketballspieler* adam green (* 1981), us-amerikanischer musiker* adam green (regisseur) (* 1971), us-amerikanischer regisseur und drehbuchautor* adolph green (1914–2002), us-amerikanischer lyriker und dramatiker* ahman green (* 1977), us-amerikanischer american-football-spieler* al green (* 1946), us-amerikanischer musiker und prediger* al green (politiker) (* 1947), us-amerikanischer politiker* alan green (1932–2003), britischer maler* albert e. green (1912–1999), britischer mathematiker und ingenieurwissenschaftler* alexander henry green (1832–1896), britischer geologe* alice stopford green (1847–1929), irische historikerin* allan green (* 1979), us-amerikanischer boxer* andy green (* 1962), britischer pilot* anna green (* 1990), neuseeländische fußballspielerin* anna katharine green (1846–1935), us-amerikanische autorin* anne catherine hoof green (um 1720–1775), us-amerikanische druckerin* archie green (1917–2009), us-amerikanischer erzählforscher* arda green (1899–1958), us-amerikanische biochemikerin* arnold green (1920–2011), estnischer sportfunktionär* arthur green (1857–1944), australischer geistlicher, bischof von grafton und armindale* agustín de itúrbide y green (1863–1925), mexikanischer kronprinz=== b ===* bartholomew green (1666–1732), us-amerikanischer journalist* ben green (* 1977), britischer mathematiker* benjarvus green-ellis (* 1985), us-amerikanischer american-football-spieler* bennie green (1923–1977), us-amerikanischer jazz-posaunist* benny green (1927–1998), britischer jazz-saxofonist, hörfunkmoderator und autor* benny green (pianist) (* 1963), us-amerikanischer jazz-pianist* brendan green (* 1986), kanadischer biathlet* brian austin green (* 1973), us-amerikanischer schauspieler* bruce green, us-amerikanischer cutter* brunson green (* 1967), us-amerikanischer filmproduzent* bunky green (* 1935), us-amerikanischer jazz-saxofonist* byram green (1786–1865), us-amerikanischer politiker=== c ===* caleb green (* 1985), us-amerikanischer basketballspieler* cecil green (1919–1951), us-amerikanischer rennfahrer* cecil howard green (1900–2003), us-amerikanischer ingenieur und unternehmer* cee-lo green (* 1974), us-amerikanischer hip-hop-musiker* charlie green (um 1900–1936), us-amerikanischer posaunist* charlie green (footballspieler) (* 1943), us-amerikanischer american-football-spieler* columba macbeth green osppe (* 1968), ernannter bischof von wilcannia-forbes=== d ===* darrell green (* 1960), us-amerikanischer american-football-spieler* dave green (* 1942), britischer jazzmusiker* debbie green (* 1958), us-amerikanische volleyballspielerin* dennis green (* 1949), us-amerikanischer american-football-trainer* derrick green (* 1971), us-amerikanischer sänger* devin green (* 1982), us-amerikanischer basketballspieler* diane marshall-green (* 1980), us-amerikanische schauspielerin* dorothy green, us-amerikanische tennisspielerin* draymond green (* 1990), us-amerikanischer basketballspieler* dwight h. green (1897–1958), us-amerikanischer politiker* duff green (1791–1875), us-amerikanischer journalist=== e ===* e. g. green (* 1975), us-amerikanischer american-football-spieler* edith green (1910–1987), us-amerikanische politikerin* edward h. r. green (1868–1936), us-amerikanischer philatelist und numismatiker* elsie green (* 1908), britische leichtathletin* emma green tregaro (* 1984), schwedische leichtathletin* eugène green (* 1947), französischer theater- und filmregisseur* eva green (* 1980), französische schauspielerin=== f ===* florence green (1901–2012), britische militärangehörige* freddie green (1922–1987), us-amerikanischer jazzgitarrist* frederik green, englischer großwildjäger und abenteurer* friedrich green (1701–1773), deutscher kaufmann und bürgermeister der hansestadt lübeck=== g ===* gary green (* 1950), englischer musiker* gene green (* 1947), us-amerikanischer politiker* george green (1793–1841), englischer mathematiker und physiker* george f. green, us-amerikanischer zahnarzt, erfinder der bohrmaschine* george michael green (1952–2011), us-amerikanischer songwriter* gerald green (1922–2006), us-amerikanischer schriftsteller* gerald green (basketballspieler) (* 1986), us-amerikanischer basketballspieler* gotthard heinrich green (1741–1797), lübecker kaufmann und ratsherr* grant green (1935–1979), us-amerikanischer jazzgitarrist und komponist* gustavus green (1865–1964), britischer ingenieur=== h ===* hank green (* 1980), us-amerikanischer blogger, musiker und unternehmer* herbert s. green (1920–1999), britisch-australischer physiker* henry green (eigentlich "henry vincent yorke"; 1905–1973), englischer schriftsteller* henry dickinson green (1857–1929), us-amerikanischer politiker* hetty green (1834–1916), us-amerikanische geschäftsfrau* hilary green (* 1951), britische eiskunstläuferin* hilton a.

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green, american football player*adam green (disambiguation), multiple people*adolph green, american lyricist and playwright*ahman green, american football player*al green (disambiguation), multiple people*alan green (disambiguation), multiple people*albert green (disambiguation), multiple people*"alexander green", a phonetic english spelling of the name of russian writer alexander grin (Грин)*alexander henry green, english geologist*alfred e. green, american movie director*allan green, american boxer*allan green (barrister), british barrister*amanda green, american singer*andrea green, british soap actress*andré green, french psychoanalyst*andré green (athlete), german runner*andrew green (disambiguation), multiple people*andy green (disambiguation), multiple people*anna green (disambiguation), multiple people*anne green (disambiguation), multiple people*anthony green (disambiguation), multiple people*antony green, australian journalist*archie green, american union enthusiast*arnold green (disambiguation), multiple people*art green (artist), american painter*arthur green (disambiguation), multiple people*ashbel green, american clergyman*ashley green (footballer) (born 1973), australian rules footballer*Åke green, swedish pastor===b===*barrett green, american football player*barry green, american musician*bartholomew green (disambiguation), multiple people*belinda green, australian miss world*ben green (disambiguation), multiple people*benjamin green (disambiguation), multiple people*bennie green (1923–1977), jazz trombonist*benny green (disambiguation), multiple people*beriah green, american abolitionist*bernard green (1953–2013), english roman catholic priest, benedictine monk, historian and sex offender*bill green (disambiguation), multiple people*blake green, australian rugby player*bob green (disambiguation), multiple people*bobby green (disambiguation), multiple people*brad green (disambiguation), multiple people*brandon green, american football player*brent green (1976–2009), australian rules footballer*brian green (disambiguation), multiple people*bryan green, australian politician*bud green, american songwriter*bunky green, american musician*byram green, american congressman===c===*candida lycett green, british writer*cecil green, american racecar driver*cecil howard green, english-american geophysicist and businessman*celia green, british philosopher*chad green, american baseball player*charles green (disambiguation), multiple people*charlie green (disambiguation), multiple people*charlotte green, british radio*charlotte green (fencing), american fencer*chris green (disambiguation), multiple people*christopher green (disambiguation), multiple people*chuck green, american tap dancer*claude green, american subject of an aclu lawsuit*clifford scott green, american judge*colin green (born 1942), welsh footballer*conrad green, television producer*cornell green (disambiguation), multiple people===d===*dallas green (disambiguation), multiple people*damian green, british politician*dan green (disambiguation), multiple people*daniel green (disambiguation), multiple people*danny green (disambiguation), multiple people*darrell green, american football player*dave green (disambiguation), multiple people*david green (disambiguation), multiple people*debora green, american convicted of murder*dennis green, american football coach*derrick green, american musician*desmond green, american mixed martial artist*devin green, basketball*dick green, american baseball player*dominic green (disambiguation), multiple people*dorothy green (disambiguation), multiple people*duff green, american politician and journalist*dwight h. green, american politician===e===*e. g. green, american football player*e. h. h. green, british historian*eaton green, convicted criminal*eddie green (disambiguation), multiple people*edith green, american politician*edward green (disambiguation), multiple people*edmund tyrrell green, british theologian*elizabeth green (disambiguation), multiple people*emma green, swedish high jumper*eric green (disambiguation), multiple people*ernie green (born 1938), american football player*ernest green, american black who attended a previously all-white school*eva green, french actress*evan green (1930–1996), australian journalist and writer*everard green, british heraldry===f===*f. l. green, british author*florence green (1901–2012), british supercentenarian and last surviving veteran of world war i*francis green (footballer), british footballer*fred green (disambiguation), multiple people*freddie green, american musician*frederick green (disambiguation), multiple people*frederick w. green (disambiguation), multiple people===g===*g. f. green, british antisemitic author*gabriel green, american politician who allegedly rode with space aliens*gary green (disambiguation), multiple people*gene green, american politician*gene green (baseball), american baseball player*geoffrey green, british sports writer*george green (disambiguation), multiple people*gerald green (disambiguation), multiple people*gil green (disambiguation), multiple people*glozell green, american comedian*grant green (disambiguation), multiple people*gregory green (disambiguation), multiple people*guy green (disambiguation), multiple people===h===*hamilton green, prime minister of guyana*harold green (disambiguation), multiple people*hetty green, american businesswoman also known as henrietta howland "hetty" green*henry green (disambiguation), multiple people*herb green, new zealand abortion controversy*herbert green (disambiguation), multiple people*hilton a.

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earl of kinnoull (1572–1634), schottischer adliger* george hay (1715–1778), britischer politiker* george hay (bischof) (1729–1811), schottischer geistlicher, bischof von lowland district* george hay (richter) (1765–1830), us-amerikanischer richter* george hay (eishockeyspieler) (1898–1975), kanadischer eishockeyspieler* george hay (schriftsteller) (1922–1997), britischer schriftsteller* george d. hay (1895–1968), us-amerikanischer hörfunkmoderator

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george hay may refer to:*george hay, 7th earl of erroll (died 1573), scottish nobleman and politician*george hay (virginia) (1765–1830), united states politician and judge*george hay (politician) (1715–1778), member of parliament and dean of the arches*george hay (bishop) (1729–1811), vicar apostolic of lowland scotland*george hay (ice hockey) (1898–1975), canadian hockey forward*george d. hay (1895–1968), country music pioneer*george hay (writer), founder of the science fiction foundation*george hay, 1st earl of kinnoull (1572–1634), lord chancellor of scotland*george hay, 2nd earl of kinnoull (died 1644)*george hay, 3rd earl of kinnoull (died 1650)*george hay, 5th earl of kinnoull (died 1687)*george hay, 8th earl of kinnoull (1689–1758)*george hay, 7th marquess of tweeddale (1753–1804), scottish peer*george hay, 12th earl of kinnoull (1827–1897)*george harley hay, 14th earl of kinnoull (1902–1938)*george hay, 8th marquess of tweeddale (1787–1876), british field marshal*george hay, fictional character in the play "moon over buffalo"*george hay (cricketer) (1851–1913), english cricketer who played for derbyshire, 1875–1886*george campbell hay (1915–1984), scottish poet*george hay, earl of gifford (1822–1862), british liberal party politician==see also==*george hays (disambiguation)*george hayes (disambiguation)

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== namensträger ===== a ===* abigail adams (1744–1818), us-amerikanische first lady* adolf adams (1828–1891), deutscher politiker* akeem adams (1991–2013), fußballspieler aus trinidad und tobago* alberta adams (1917–2014), us-amerikanische blues-sängerin* alma adams (* 1946), us-amerikanische politikerin* alva adams (1850–1922), us-amerikanischer politiker* alva b. adams (1875–1941), us-amerikanischer politiker* alvan adams (* 1954), us-amerikanischer basketballspieler* amy adams (* 1974), us-amerikanische schauspielerin* andrea adams-frey, deutsche sängerin* andy adams (1859–1935), us-amerikanischer schriftsteller* anne adams (* 1960), britische schwimmerin* ansel adams (1902–1984), us-amerikanischer fotograf* antoine adams (* 1988), leichtathlet von st. kitts und nevis* anton adams (1856–1915), deutscher architekt* april adams (* 1973), australische wasserspringerin* arlin m. adams (* 1921), us-amerikanischer jurist=== b ===* barbara adams (1945–2002), britische Ägyptologin* bart adams (1866–1944), us-amerikanischer golfer* benjamin adams (politiker) (1764–1837), us-amerikanischer politiker* berle adams (1917–2009), us-amerikanischer musik- und fernsehproduzent* bertrand adams (* 1953), deutscher politiker (cdu)* bill adams (1902–1963), englischer fußballspieler* brandon quintin adams (* 1979), us-amerikanischer schauspieler* brenden adams (* 1995), us-amerikanischer großwüchsiger* bride adams-ray (1907–1993), schwedische leichtathletin* bridget adams (* 1928), britische eiskunstläuferin* brockman adams (1927–2004), us-amerikanischer politiker* brooks adams (1848–1927), us-amerikanischer historiker* bruce adams (* 1951), britischer jazzmusiker* bruno adams (eigentlich "bruce adams"; 1963–2009), australischer sänger, songwriter und musiker* buck adams (1955–2008), us-amerikanischer pornodarsteller und regisseur* bucky adams (1937–2012), kanadischer jazzmusiker=== c ===* cecil adams, us-amerikanischer schriftsteller und kolumnist (vermutlich pseudonym)* cecily adams (1958–2004), amerikanische schauspielerin und regisseurin* charles j. adams (1917–2008), us-amerikanischer jurist und politiker* charlie adams (* 1920), us-amerikanischer country-musiker* chef adams (* 1929), kanadischer country-musiker* clark adams (1969–2007), us-amerikanischer bürgerrechtler* clayton b. adams, us-amerikanischer politiker* clemens adams (1891–1962), deutscher politiker (cdu)* cliff adams (1923–2001), britischer orchesterleiter, hörfunkmoderator und sänger* clinton adams (1918–2002), amerikanischer lithograph, maler und kunsthistoriker* craig adams (* 1977), kanadischer eishockeyspieler* cuno adams (1912–1942), deutscher maler=== d ===* danesha adams (* 1986), us-amerikanische fußballspielerin* darius adams (* 1989), us-amerikanischer basketballspieler* dave adams (* 1938), britischer musiker* derroll adams (1925–2000), us-amerikanischer folksänger* diana adams (1926–1993), us-amerikanische balletttänzerin* dick adams (* 1951), australischer politiker* dirk adams (* 1968), deutscher politiker (bündnis 90/die grünen)* douglas adams (1952–2001), britischer schriftsteller* douglas quentin adams, us-amerikanischer linguist* dub adams (1919–1987), us-amerikanischer musiker und viehzüchter* dudley adams (1762–1830), britischer instrumentenhersteller=== e ===* eddie adams (1933–2004), us-amerikanischer fotojournalist* edgar adams, us-amerikanischer schwimmer* edie adams (1927–2008), us-amerikanische schauspielerin* edwin plimpton adams (1878–1956), us-amerikanischer physiker* elmer bragg adams (1842–1916), us-amerikanischer jurist* eric adams (* 1952), us-amerikanischer rock-sänger* ernst adams (1890–1973), deutscher politiker (cdu)* evangeline adams (1868–1932), us-amerikanische astrologin=== f ===* flozell adams (* 1975), us-amerikanischer american-football-spieler* franklin pierce adams (1881–1960), us-amerikanischer journalist, Übersetzer und hörfunksprecher* fred adams, britischer boxer=== g ===* gaines adams (1983–2010), us-amerikanischer american-football-spieler* geoffrey adams (* 1957), britischer diplomat* gerard adams (* 1949), australischer fechter* gerry adams (* 1948), nordirischer politiker (sinn féin)* glenda adams (1939–2007), australische schriftstellerin* goswin wilhelm hans adams (1838–1901), deutscher generalmajor* grantley herbert adams (1898–1971), barbadischer politiker* green adams (1812–1884), us-amerikanischer politiker=== h ===* h. leslie adams (* 1932), us-amerikanischer komponist und pianist* hamilton goold-adams (1858–1920), irischer offizier und kolonialbeamter* hannah adams (1755–1831), us-amerikanische autorin* herbert baxter adams (1850–1901), us-amerikanischer historiker und pädagoge* hope bridges adams lehmann (1855–1916), deutsche Ärztin und frauenrechtlerin=== i ===* irene adams (* 1947), britische politikerin* isaac adams (1802–1883), us-amerikanischer erfinder=== j ===* j. c. adams (* 1970), us-amerikanischer autor und journalist* jack adams (1895–1968), kanadischer eishockeyspieler und -trainer* jack adams (astrologe) (1625–??

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adams (born 1943), american historian and professor* roy adams (born 1940), canadian author, newspaper columnist, human rights activist, and academic* samuel hopkins adams (1871–1958), american journalist and short story writer===music===* ben adams (born 1981), british singer, businessman* bryan adams (born 1959), canadian singer, guitarist, and songwriter* charlie adams (drummer), american musician* dave adams, english musician and songwriter* derroll adams (1925–2000), american folk musician* jay boy adams (born 1949), american singer, songwriter, and guitarist* john adams (born 1947), american minimalist composer* john luther adams (born 1953), american composer* ki adams, canadian choral conductor* oleta adams (born 1962), american soul and jazz singer* pepper adams (1930–1986), american jazz saxophonist and composer* ryan adams (born 1974), american alternative-country and rock and roll singer/songwriter* suzanne adams (born 1872), american operatic soprano* victoria adams (born 1974), birth name of british pop singer "posh spice" victoria beckham* yolanda adams (born 1961), american gospel singer===art and photography===* ansel adams (1902–1984), american photographer* art adams (born 1963), american comic book artist* charles adams (1912-2008), british photographer, london uk* clinton adams (1918–2002), american painter and lithographer* herbert adams (1858–1945), american sculptor* j. ottis adams (1851–1927), american impressionist painter* mark adams (born 1949), new zealand photographer* neal adams (born 1941), american comic book artist* robert adams (born 1937), american photographer* john f. adams (watercolorist) (born 1956), american painter* scott adams (born 1957), cartoonist and creator of the "dilbert" comic strip* theo adams (born 1989), british performance artist===drama and television===* abel adams, finnish film producer* amy adams (born 1974), american actress* beverly adams (born 1945), canadian-born actress* brooke adams (born 1949), american actress* carol adams (1918-2012), american actress* cecily adams (1958–2004), american actress, daughter of don adams* don adams (1923–2005), american actor* edie adams (1927–2008), american businesswoman, singer, broadway, actress* fran adams, american actress with second city* julie adams (born 1926), american actress* kathryn adams (1893–1959), american silent film actress* kelly adams (born 1979), english actress* mary kay adams (born 1962), american actress* maud adams (born 1945), swedish model and actress* maude adams (1872–1953), american stage actress* nick adams (1931–1968), american actor and screenwriter* stanley adams (1915–1977), american actor and film writer* stella adams (1883-1961), american actress* tony adams (born 1940), welsh actor* patrick j. adams (born 1981), canadian actor===military===* donald e. adams, american pilot and korean war flying ace* charles francis adams, jr. (1835–1915), civil war general and president of the union pacific railroad* charles francis adams iii (1866–1954), u.s. navy secretary* robert bellew adams (1856–1928), scottish recipient of the victoria cross* samuel adams (naval officer) (1912–1942), u.s. navy officer===science, medicine, and engineering===* arthur adams (1820-1878), british physician and naturalist* charles hitchcock adams (1868–1951), us astronomer* clarence raymond adams (1898 – 1965), american mathematician* douglas q. adams, american linguist* edward dean adams (1846–1931), engineer, financier, and scientist, niagara falls hydroelectric dam engineer, recipient of the 1926 john fritz medal* edwin plimpton adams (1878-1956), american physicist* francis adams (1796–1861), scottish medical doctor and translator of greek medical works* henry adams (1858–1929), american architectural engineer* henry percy adams (1865-1930), english architect* johann friedrich adam (1780-1838), botanist known by the author abbreviation "adams"* john bodkin adams (1899–1983), irish-british physician and suspected serial killer* john couch adams (1819–1892), british mathematician and astronomer* karl adams (mathematician) (1811–1849), swiss mathematician and teacher* matthew algernon adams (1836–1913), british medical doctor and chemist* michael james adams (1930–1967), american aviator and nasa astronaut* otto eugene adams (1889–1968), american architect* patch adams (born 1945), american physician, social activist and clown* robert adams (1540–1595), british architect and surveyor* robert adams (1809–1870), british firearms designer* robert mccormick adams, jr. (born 1926), u.s. anthropologist* roger adams (1889–1971), american organic chemist* thomas adams (1871–1940), scottish architect and urban planner* walter sydney adams (1876–1956), us astronomer* william adams (locomotive engineer) (1823–1904), british locomotive engineer* william adams (oculist) (1783–1827), british ophthalmic surgeon* william bridges adams (1797–1872), british author, inventor, and locomotive engineer===other===* alfred albert thomas william adams (1842-1919), new zealand forestry pioneer* charles francis adams iv (1910–1999), american: president of raytheon company* charlotte adams (1859–?

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== varianten ==* kemalettin* kemaleddin* kemalullah* kamal (arabisch)== namensträger ===== vorname ===* cemal kemal altun (1960–1983), politischer flüchtling und türkischer asylbewerber in deutschland* kemal aslan (* 1981), türkischer fußballspieler* mustafa kemal atatürk (1881–1938), erster präsident der republik türkei* kemal bozay (* 1969), deutscher politik- und sozialwissenschaftler* kemal burkay (* 1937), kurdischer schriftsteller und politiker* kemal gekić (* 1962), serbischer pianist* kemal güven (1921–2013), türkischer jurist und politiker* kemal karpat (* 1925), türkischer historiker* kemal amin kasem ("casey kasem;" 1932–2014), us-amerikanischer hörfunkmoderator und sprecher libanesisch-drusischer herkunft* kemal kılıç (* 1956), türkischer fußballspieler und -trainer* kemal kurt (1947–2002), deutsch-türkischer schriftsteller, Übersetzer und photograph* kemal malovčić (* 1951), bosnischer turbo-folk-sänger* kemal monteno (1948–2015), bosnischer schlagersänger* kemal Özdeş (* 1970), türkischer fußballspieler und -trainer* kemal mert Özyiğit (* 1994), türkischer fußballspieler* kemal serdar (* 1962), türkischer fußballspieler und -trainer* kemal sunal (1944–2000), türkischer schauspieler* kemal tokak (* 1989), türkischer fußballspieler* kemal unakıtan (* 1946), türkischer Ökonom, politiker und finanzminister* kemal yalçın (* 1952), deutsch-türkischer schriftsteller* kemal yıldırım (* 1958), türkischer fußballspieler und -trainer* kemal yıldırım (fußballspieler, 1984) (* 1984), türkischer fußballspieler=== osmanische zeit ===* ali kemal bey (1867–1922), osmanischer journalist und politiker* mehmed kemâl (1884–1919), osmanischer beamter, beteiligter am armeniervölkermord* namık kemal (1840–1888), osmanischer autor=== künstlername ===* orhan kemal (1914–1970), türkischer schriftsteller* yaşar kemal (1923–2015), kurdisch-türkischer schriftsteller== einzelnachweise ==

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), turkish footballer* kemal gekić (born 1962), american classical pianist of bosnian ancestry* kemal idris (1923–2010), indonesian army general* kemal izzet (born 1980), english footballer of turkish cypriot erhnicity* kemal karpat, turkish historian* kemal kavur (1907–1975), turkish diplomat* kemal kaya effendi, turkish military officer* kemal kayhan (born 1983), turkish volleyball player* kemal kerinçsiz (born 1960), turkish lawyer and political activist* kemal kıvanç elgaz (born 1986), turkish volleyball player* kemal kılıçdaroğlu (born 1948), turkish politician* kemal kirişci, turkish professor of political science and international relations* kemal koyuncu (born 1985), turkish middle and long-distance runner* kemal kozarić (born 1956), bosnian banker* kemal küçükbay (born 1982), turkish cyclist* kemal kurdas (1920–2011), turkish minister of finance and rector* kemal kurspahić (born 1946), bosnian journalist* kemal kurt (1947–2002), german author and translator of turkish descent* kemal malovčić (born 1951), bosnian singer* kemal monteno (born 1948), bosnian singer* kemal okyay (born 1985), turkish footballer* kemal pasha (born 1986), indonesian football player,* kemal reis (1451–1511), turkish privateer and admiral* kemal unakıtan, turkish politician* kemal Şahin (born 1955), turkish entrepreneur* kemal sunal (1944–2000), turkish actor* kemal tahir (1910–1973), turkish author and intellectual* kemal tokak (born 1989), turkish footballer* kemal türkler (1926–1980), turkish labor union leader* kemal unakıtan (born 1946), minister of finance of turkey* mehmet kemal ağar (born 1951), turkish politician* mustafa kemal atatürk (1881–1938), the founder and first president of turkey* namık kemal yolga (1914–2001), turkish diplomat* namık kemal zeybek (born 1944), turkish politician* orhan kemal cengiz, turkish lawyer, journalist and human rights activist* yahya kemal beyatlı (1884–1958), turkish writer==surname==* györgy ekrem-kemál (1946–2009), hungarian nationalist politician* namık kemal (1840–1888), turkish writer* orhan kemal (1914–1970), turkish writer* yaşar kemal (1923–2015), turkish writer

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michael jackson ist der name folgender personen:* michael jackson (1958–2009), us-amerikanischer sänger und entertainer* michael jackson (general) (1734–1801), us-amerikanischer general* michael jackson (hörfunkmoderator) (* 1934), us-amerikanischer hörfunkmoderator und schauspieler* michael jackson (autor) (1942–2007), britischer autor und getränkeverkoster* michael jackson (bischof) (* 1956), nordirischer geistlicher, erzbischof von dublin* michael jackson (fußballspieler, 1973) (* 1973), englischer fußballspieler* michael jackson (fußballspieler, 1980) (* 1980), englischer fußballspieler* michael anthony jackson (* 1936), britischer informatiker* michael gregory jackson (auch "michael gregory"; * 1953), us-amerikanischer jazzmusikersiehe auch:* mike jackson (* 1944), britischer general

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michael jackson, mike jackson, or mick jackson may also refer to:==music==* mick jackson (singer) (born 1947), british singer-songwriter, known for "blame it on the boogie"* michael jackson (english singer) (born 1964), british singer with the heavy metal band satan/pariah* michael gregory (jazz guitarist) or michael gregory jackson (born 1953), american jazz musician and songwriter* michael lee jackson, guitarist* oh no (musician) or michael jackson (born 1979), american rapper* mike and michelle jackson (born 1946), australian children's singer, songwriter, radio show hosts* "michael jackson", a song by fat boy slim from "you've come a long way, baby"* "michael jackson", a song by negativland from "escape from noise"* "michael jackson", a song by the mitchell brothers* "michael jackson", a song by das racist from "relax"==movie, tv, books, radio, and other media==* michael jackson (actor) (born 1970), canadian actor* michael j. jackson (actor) (born 1948), english actor from liverpool, best known for his role in "brookside"* michael jackson (journalist), niuean journalist and former politician* michael jackson (radio commentator) (born 1934), radio talk show host, interviewer, kabc and kgil, los angeles* michael jackson (tv executive) (born 1958), british television executive* michael jackson (writer) (1942–2007), "beer hunter" show host, beer and whisky expert* mick jackson (author) (born 1960), british writer, known for "the underground man"* mick jackson (director) (born 1943), british film and tv director, known for "the bodyguard"* mike jackson (photographer) (born 1966), british abstract and landscape photographer, known for "poppit sands" images* mike jackson (film producer), american film producer and talent manager==politics, officials, military==* michael a. jackson (politician) (born 1964), from prince george's county, maryland* michael jackson (american revolution) (1734–1801), soldier from massachusetts, wounded at bunker hill* michael p. jackson (born 1954), u.s. deputy secretary of homeland security, 2005–2007* michael w. jackson, alabama district attorney* mike jackson (born 1944), former head of the british army* mike jackson (texas politician) (born 1953), republican member of the texas senate* mike jackson (oklahoma politician) (born 1978), member of the oklahoma house of representatives==religion==* michael jackson (bishop) (born 1956), church of ireland archbishop of dublin, ireland, since 2011==science==* michael jackson (anthropologist) (born 1940), new zealand, professor of social anthropology and writer* michael a. jackson (born 1936), developer of software development methods* mike jackson (systems scientist) (born 1951), british organizational theorist and consultant==sports==* michael jackson (basketball) (born 1964), american basketball player for the nba's sacramento kings (1987–1990)* michael jackson (footballer) (born 1973), english association football player* michael jackson (linebacker) (born 1957), national football league linebacker (1979–1986)* michael jackson (rugby league) (born 1969), rugby league footballer of the 1990s for great britain, wakefield trinity, halifax, and sheffield eagles* michael jackson (wide receiver) (born 1969), national football league wide receiver, 1991–1998* michael jackson (footballer born 1980), english association football player* mike jackson (basketball) (born 1949), american professional basketball for numerous teams in the aba (1972–1976)* mike jackson (footballer) (born 1939), scottish association football player and manager* mike jackson (left-handed pitcher) (born 1946), american baseball player* mike jackson (right-handed pitcher) (born 1964), american baseball player==other uses==* mike jackson (auto) (born 1949), former ceo of mercedes-benz usa and ceo of autonation* michael "mike" jackson, character in the "psmith" books by p. g. wodehouse* salman raduyev or michael jackson (1967–2002), chechen warlord* mariléia dos santos or michael jackson (born 1963), brazilian association footballer

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== bekannte namensträger ===== männlicher vorname ===* gaye stewart (1923–2010), kanadischer eishockeyspieler, -schiedsrichter und -trainer=== weiblicher vorname ===* peta-gaye dowdie (* 1977), jamaikanische sprinterin=== familienname ===* abu bakarr gaye (1951–2010), gambischer mediziner und politiker* amadou karim gaye (1913–2000), senegalesischer politiker* babacar gaye (* 1951), senegalesischer generalleutnant* baboucarr gaye (1951–2007), gambischer journalist und hörfunkmoderator* johannes gaye (1804–1840), deutscher kunsthistoriker* mame birame gaye (* 1987), senegalesische fußballspielerin* neneh macdouall-gaye (* 1957), gambische politikerin* marvin gaye (1939–1984), us-amerikanischer soul- und r&b-sänger* nona gaye (* 1974), afro-amerikanische sängerin, schauspielerin und fotomodell==== namensform le gaye ====* constance le gaye (1814–1894), deutsche schauspielerin hugenottischer herkunft== weiteres ==* gaye (marne), ortschaft im französischen departement marne* gaye bykers on acid, englische psychedelic rock band== einzelnachweise ==

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gaye may also refer to:==people==people with the given name gaye:* gaye adegbalola (born 1944), guitarist, teacher, lecturer, activist, and photographer* gaye advert (born 1956), english punk rock musician* gaye dell (born 1948), australian athlete, author, and artist* gaye porteous (born 1965), former field hockey player* gaye rennie (born 1949), "playboy" playmate* gaye stewart (born 1923), professional ice hockey forward* gaye symington (born 1954), speaker of the vermont house of representativespeople with the surname gaye:* anna gordy gaye (1922-2014), american songwriter* babacar gaye, force commander for the united nations organization mission in the democratic republic of the congo* frankie gaye (1941-2001), soul singer* gregory gaye (1900-1993), russian actor* janis gaye (born 1956), singer and actress* lisa gaye (born 1935), american actress, singer and dancer* mara gaye (1920-2005), american dancer* marvin gaye (1939-1984), american singer, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer* musa gibril bala gaye (born 1946), gambian politician, economist, banker and diplomat* nona gaye, american singer, former fashion model, and screen actress==other==* gaye (clifford t ward song), 1973 song by english singer-songwriter, clifford t. ward==see also==* gay (disambiguation)

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