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There are twenty-six Writers called Blair.

  • Robert Blair (poet)

    Robert Blair (1699 – February 4, 1746) was a Scottish poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Robert Blair (poet))

  • Jayson Blair

    Jayson Blair (born March 23, 1976, Columbia, Maryland) is a former New York Times reporter who was forced to resign from the newspaper in May 2003, after he was caught plagiarizing and fabricating elements of his stories.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Jayson Blair)

  • Cherie Blair

    Cherie Blair is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Cherie Blair)

  • Montgomery Blair

    Montgomery Blair is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Montgomery Blair)

  • Robert Blair (astronomer)

    Robert Blair (1748–1828) was a Scottish astronomer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Robert Blair (astronomer))

  • Blair Tefkin

    Blair Tefkin (born December 9, 1959 in Los Angeles, California) is an American actress and singer-songwriter.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Blair Tefkin)

  • Robert Blair Kaiser

    Robert Blair Kaiser (born 1930) is an American author and journalist, best known for his writing on the Catholic Church.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Robert Blair Kaiser)

  • Hugh Blair Grigsby

    Hugh Blair Grigsby (November 22, 1806 – April 28, 1881) was a historical scholar from Virginia.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Hugh Blair Grigsby)

  • Blair Boone

    Blair Boone is a writer and musician, and has written for such publications as MetroSource Magazine interviewing artists like Wyclef Jean, Fred Hersch and Junior Vasquez. He is best known for appearing in two episodes of the hit show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Blair Boone)

  • David Blair (encyclopedist)

    David Blair (4 June 1820 – 19 February 1899) was an Irish Australian politician, journalist and encyclopedist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on David Blair (encyclopedist))

  • Blair Mastbaum

    Blair Mastbaum is American writer and a former model who lives in Portland, Oregon.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Blair Mastbaum)

  • Blair Lent

    Blair Lent (January 20, 1930 – January 27, 2009) was an American author and illustrator of mostly Chinese-themed books, including the popular 1968 children's book Tikki Tikki Tembo. In 1973 he was awarded the Caldecott Medal for his illustrations of The Funny Little Woman, by Arlene Mosel.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Blair Lent)

  • Ralph Blair

    Ralph Blair is an American psychotherapist and founder of The Homosexual Community Counseling Center in New York City. In 1975, he founded Evangelicals Concerned, Inc.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Ralph Blair)

  • David Blair (journalist)

    David Blair (born 1973 in Malawi) is the Diplomatic Editor of The Daily Telegraph.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Blair (journalist))

  • Clay Blair

    Clay Blair, Jr. (1925 December 16, 1998) was an American historian, best known for his books on military history.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Clay Blair)

  • Tim Blair

    Tim Blair is a conservative journalist, commentator and blogger working in Sydney, Australia. He was born and raised in Werribee, Victoria.... ( from the wikipedia article on Tim Blair)

  • Emma Helen Blair

    Emma Helen Blair (September 12, 1851, Menasha, Wisconsin—September 25, 1911, Madison, Wisconsin) was a United States historian, journalist and editor, whose most notable work was a monumental documentary history of the Philippines.... ( from the wikipedia article on Emma Helen Blair)

  • Margaret Blair Young

    Margaret Blair Young (born 1955) is an American author, filmmaker and writing instructor affiliated with Brigham Young University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Margaret Blair Young)

  • Peter Hunter Blair

    Peter Hunter Blair (1912 – 1982) was an English academic historian. He was a fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and wrote the following non-fiction books:... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Peter Hunter Blair)

  • Blair Tindall

    Blair Alston Mercer Tindall (born February 2, 1960) is an American oboist, performer, speaker, and journalist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Blair Tindall)

  • William W. Blair

    William Wallace Blair (October 11, 1828 – April 18, 1896) was an apostle and a member of the First Presidency of the Reoganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS Church).... (extract from the wikipedia article on William W. Blair)

  • Blair Clark

    Ledyard Blair Clark (August 22, 1917 – June 6, 2000)Social Security Death Index via Ancestry.com.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Blair Clark)

  • Charlotte Blair Parker

    Charlotte Blair Parker (1858 - January 5, 1937) was a noted playwright and aspiring actress in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. She began her theatrical career as an actress, eventually playing opposite John Edward McCullough, Mary Anderson, and Dion Boucicault.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Charlotte Blair Parker)

  • Emily Newell Blair

    Emily Newell Blair is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Emily Newell Blair)

  • John Blair (writer)

    John Blair (born 1961) is an American poet, novelist, and short story writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Blair (writer))

  • Barry Blair

    Barry Blair (1954Studio RealmWalkers site – January 3, 2010Blair tribute web site) was a Canadian artist and writer, known for launching Aircel Comics (publisher of titles such as Samurai, Elflord, Dragonforce, and Men in Black) in the 1980s.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Barry Blair)

Blair

Gender: more often male

Meaning: Field and Plain

Origin: Celtic and Gaelic

Lucky Number: Nine

Popularity: Position 424 in 1988

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Three Painters

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