|Osborne Reynolds (Reynolds Osborne)|
English engineer and physicist.
|OCTAVIO PAZ (Paz Octavio)|
Mexican poet and essayist. Nobel Prize in Literature 1990.
|Olof Palm (Palme Olof)|
Prime Minister of Sweden.
|OCHOA the North (Ochoa Severo)|
American biochemist, awarded the 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (jointly with A. Kornberg) for the discovery of the mechanism of the biosynthesis of nucleic acids.
|O `FAOLEYN Sean (O` Faolain, Sean)|
|OWEN Uilfed Edward Salter (Owen Wilfred Edward Salter)|
English poet, whose work is critically influenced the poetry of the 1930's.
|OWEN Robert (Owen Robert)|
English theorist of socialism and industrialist.
|OWEN Richard (Owen Richard)|
English anatomist and paleontologist.
|OSMENYA Sergio (Osmea Sergio)|
President of the Philippines.
|OSBORN, John James (Osborne John James)|
|Orcagna Andrea di Chone (Orcagna Andrea di Cione)|
Italian painter, sculptor and architect.
|ORIO Vincent (Auriol Vincent)|
President of France in the years 1947-54.
|O'Neill, Eugene (O `Neill Eugene)|
American playwright and Nobel Prize for Literature 1936.
|OM Georg Simon (Ohm Georg Simon)|
|OLDENBARNEVELT Yan Wang (Oldenbarnevelt Jan van)|
|OKSENSHERNA Axel Gustavsson (Oxenstierna Axel Gustavsson)|
English scholastic philosopher, known today mainly through his proposed principle of economy of thought ( 'Occam's razor').
|OKINKLOSS Louis Stanton (Auchincloss Louis Stanton)|
American novelist, reflecting the life of American high society, especially its New York representative, since the turn of 19-20 centuries.
|O `QAYSI Sean (O` Casey Sean)|
Irish playwright, controversial, radical clerics, the representative of the Irish literary revival of the early 20.
|ODEH Wiest Hugh (Auden Wystan Hugh)|
Anglo-American poet, playwright, literary critic
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