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There are one hundred and fifty-six Writers called Norman.

  • Norman Rockwell

    Norman Rockwell is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Rockwell)

  • Norman Lear

    Norman Lear is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Lear)

  • John Norman

    John Frederick Lange, Jr. (born June 3, 1931), better known under his pen name John Norman, is a professor of philosophy and an author.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Norman)

  • Norman Panama

    Norman Panama (21 April 1914 – 13 January 2003) was an American screenwriter and film director born in Chicago, Illinois. He collaborated with a former schoolfriend, Melvin Frank to form a writing partnership which endured for 3 decades.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Panama)

  • Norman Mailer

    Norman Mailer is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Mailer)

  • George Birkbeck Norman Hill

    George Birkbeck Norman Hill (June 7, 1835 - February 24, 1903), English editor and author, son of Arthur Hill, headmaster of Bruce Castle school, was born at Tottenham, Middlesex. He dropped his third name, Norman, publishing as just George Birkbeck Hill; to family and friends he was known as Birkbeck, not as George.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Birkbeck Norman Hill)

  • Norman Painting

    Norman Painting is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Painting)

  • Norman Lockyer

    Norman Lockyer is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Lockyer)

  • Norman Thomas

    Norman Mattoon Thomas (November 20, 1884 – December 19, 1968) was a leading American socialist, pacifist, and six-time presidential candidate for the Socialist Party of America.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Thomas)

  • Norman Angell

    Sir Ralph Norman Angell (26 December 1872 – 7 October 1967) was an English lecturer, journalist, author, and Member of ParliamentNational Archives for the Labour Party.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Angell)

  • Norman Corwin

    Norman Corwin is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Corwin)

  • Norman Lindsay

    Norman Lindsay is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Lindsay)

  • Barry Norman

    Barry Leslie Norman, CBE (born 21 August 1933 in London) is an English novelist, impresario, film critic and media personality.... ( from the wikipedia article on Barry Norman)

  • Norman Thelwell

    Norman Thelwell (3 May 1923 - 7 February 2004) was an English cartoonist well-known for his humorous illustrations of ponies and horses. Born in Birkenhead, as a promising young student from Liverpool College of Art, he soon became a contributor to the satirical magazine Punch in the 1950s, and earned many lasting devotees by illustrating Chicko in the British boys' comic Eagle.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Thelwell)

  • Norman Porteous

    Norman Walker Porteous (9 September 1898 – 3 September 2003) was a noted theologian and writer on Old Testament issues, and the last surviving officer of the First World War.Obituary, The Independent, 12 September 2003Online obituary, The Independent... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Porteous)

  • Norman Vincent Peale

    Norman Vincent Peale is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Vincent Peale)

  • Norman Kemp Smith

    Norman Kemp Smith (1872–1958) was a Scottish philosopher who lectured at Princeton University and was Professor of Logic and Metaphysics at the University of Edinburgh. Born Norman Smith in Dundee, Scotland, he added his wife's last name when he married Amy Kemp in 1910.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Kemp Smith)

  • Norman Robert Pogson

    Norman Robert Pogson is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Robert Pogson)

  • Norman Nicholson

    Norman Cornthwaite Nicholson OBE, (8 January 1914 – 30 May 1987), was an English poet, known for his association with the Cumberland town of Millom. His poetry is noted for its local concerns, straightforwardness of language and inclusion of elements of common speech.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Nicholson)

  • Norman MacCaig

    Norman MacCaig is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman MacCaig)

  • Norman Malcolm

    Norman Malcolm is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Malcolm)

  • Norman Collins

    Norman Collins born 3 October 1907, died 1982, was a British writer, and later a radio and television executive, who became one of the major figures behind the establishment of the Independent Television (ITV) network in the UK. This was the first organisation to break the BBC’s broadcasting monopoly when it began transmitting in 1955.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Collins)

  • Norman Cohn

    Norman Rufus Colin Cohn FBA (12 January 1915 – 31 July 2007) was a British academic, historian and writer who spent fourteen years as a professorial fellow and as Astor-Wolfson Professor at the University of Sussex.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Cohn)

  • Norman Lewis (author)

    Norman Lewis (28 June 1908–22 July 2003) was a prolific British writer best known for his travel writing. Though not widely known, Graham Greene wrote: "Norman Lewis is one of the best writers, not of any particular decade, but of our century".... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Lewis (author))

  • Norman Greenbaum

    Norman Greenbaum (born November 20, 1942, Malden, Massachusetts, United States) is a singer-songwriter. He studied music at Boston University.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Greenbaum)

  • Norman Davies

    Professor Ivor Norman Richard Davies FBA (born 8 June 1939 to Richard and Elizabeth Davies in Bolton, Lancashire) is a leading British historian The Independent, Saturday, 29 August 2009 of Welsh descent, noted for his publications on the history of Poland, Europe, and the United Kingdom.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Davies)

  • Norman Podhoretz

    Norman B. Podhoretz (; born January 16, 1930) is an American neoconservative theorist and writer for Commentary magazine.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Podhoretz)

  • Norman Cantor

    Norman Cantor is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Cantor)

  • Norman Cameron

    J. Norman Cameron (1905 – 1953) was a Scot and a poet, distantly related to Thomas Babington, Lord Macaulay who, pre-war, associated on Majorca with Robert Graves and Laura Riding; and later, as a part time Fitzrovian, with Dylan Thomas, Geoffrey Grigson, Len Lye, John Aldridge RA, Alan Hodge and many others.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Cameron)

  • Norman Maclean

    Norman Fitzroy Maclean (23 December 1902 in Clarinda, Iowa — 2 August 1990 in Chicago, Illinois) was an American author and scholar most noted for his books A River Runs Through It and Other Stories (1976) and Young Men and Fire (1992).... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Maclean)

  • Norman Macleod (Caraid nan Gaidheal)

    Norman Macleod (1783–1862), known in Gaelic as Caraid nan Gaidheal ("friend of the Gael"), was a Scottish divine and miscellaneous writer. He was the son of the Rev.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Macleod (Caraid nan Gaidheal))

  • Norman Sherry

    Norman Sherry (born July 6, 1935 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England) is an English born American novelist, biographer, and educator who is most well known for his three-volume biography of the British novelist Graham Greene. He has an older brother Thomas Taylor Sherry and a twin brother called Alan Sherry.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Sherry)

  • J. Norman Collie

    John Norman Collie FRS (10 September 1859 – 1 November 1942), commonly referred to as J. Norman Collie, was a British scientist, mountaineer, and explorer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on J. Norman Collie)

  • Marsha Norman

    Marsha Norman is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Marsha Norman)

  • Norman Whitfield

    Norman Whitfield is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Whitfield)

  • Norman Hunter (author)

    Norman George Lorimer Hunter (born Sydenham, England, 23 November 1899 - died Staines, 23 February 1995) was a British children's author, best known for his character Professor Branestawm.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Hunter (author))

  • William Norman Ewer

    William Norman Ewer (1885 - 1976) was a British journalist, remembered mostly now for a few lines of verse. He was known as William or Norman, and by the nickname Trilby.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on William Norman Ewer)

  • Norman Newell

    Norman Newell, OBE (25 January 1919 — 1 December 2004) was born in Plaistow, Essex (now Greater London), and was a successful British record producer in the 1950s and 1960s, as well as co-writer of many notable songs. As an A&R manager for EMI he worked with artistes such as Shirley Bassey, Vera Lynn, Russ Conway, Bette Midler, Judy Garland, Petula Clark, Jake Thackray, Malcolm Roberts and Peter and Gordon.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Newell)

  • Norman Dello Joio

    Norman Dello Joio (January 24, 1913 – July 24, 2008) was an American composer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Dello Joio)

  • Norman Cousins

    Norman Cousins is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Cousins)

  • Norman Geras

    Norman Geras (born 25 August 1943) is Professor Emeritus of Government at the University of Manchester. In a long academic career, he has contributed substantially to the analysis of the works of Karl Marx, particularly in his book Marx and Human Nature and the article 'The Controversy About Marx and Justice', which remains a standard work on the issue.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Geras)

  • George Norman Clark

    Sir George Norman Clark (27 February 1890 - 6 February 1979, knighted 1953) was a 20th century British historian. Educated at Manchester Grammar School and Balliol College, Oxford, he became the inaugural Chichele Professor of Economic History at the University of Oxford in 1931 (with the accompanying Fellowship at All Souls), a post he held until 1943.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on George Norman Clark)

  • Norman Ault

    Norman Ault (December 17, 1880 – February 6, 1950) was a book illustrator and writer, now known best as a compiler of anthologies.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Ault)

  • Norman Saunders

    Norman Saunders is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Saunders)

  • Norman Solomon

    Norman Solomon (born 1951) is an American journalist, media critic and antiwar activist. Solomon is longtime associate of the media watch group Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Solomon)

  • Norman Dubie

    Norman Dubie (born April 10, 1945) is a major American poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Dubie)

  • Norman Mingo

    Norman Theodore Mingo (20 January 1896 – 8 May 1980) was a commercial artist and illustrator. He is most famous for being commissioned to formalize the image of Alfred E.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Mingo)

  • Norman Elder

    Norman Sam Elder (August 12, 1939 - October 15, 2003), explorer, exotic animal owner, writer, artist, Olympic equestrian, was one of Toronto's eccentrics. Elder, was the owner of the Norman Elder Museum at 140 Bedford road in the Annex, an affluent neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Elder)

  • Norman Levine

    Norman Levine (October 22, 1923 - June 14, 2005) was a Canadian short-story writer, novelist and poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Levine)

  • Norman Webster

    Norman Eric Webster (born June 4, 1941) is a Canadian journalist: a former editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail and The Gazette.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Webster)

  • John Norman Maclean

    John Norman Maclean is an author and journalist best known for his 1999 book, Fire on the Mountain, about the deadly South Canyon Fire on Storm King Mountain (in Garfield County, Colorado), in 1994. Maclean, a former Washington correspondent for The Chicago Tribune, has written three books about wildfire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Norman Maclean)

  • Robert Norman

    Robert Norman is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Robert Norman)

  • Norman Geisler

    Norman L. Geisler (born 1932) is a Christian apologist and the co-founder of Southern Evangelical Seminary outside Charlotte, North Carolina, where he formerly taught.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Geisler)

  • Norman Pearlstine

    Norman Pearlstine (born October 4, 1942, in Philadelphia) joined Bloomberg L.P.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Pearlstine)

  • Norman Charles Miller

    Norman Charles Miller (born 1934) was an American journalist who worked for the Wall Street Journal.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Charles Miller)

  • Norman D. Vaughan

    Colonel Norman Dane Vaughan (December 19, 1905 – December 23, 2005) was an American dogsled driver and explorer whose first claim to fame was participating in Admiral Byrd's first expedition to the South Pole. He also mushed in a professional capacity as part of a search and rescue unit in World War II, in sporting events like the Olympics and the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, and in three Presidential Inauguration ceremonies.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman D. Vaughan)

  • Norman Chandler

    Norman Chandler (September 14, 1899 - October 20, 1973, both Los Angeles, California) was the publisher of the Los Angeles Times from 1945 to 1960, and largely responsible for the success of the newspaper.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Chandler)

  • Norman Lloyd Johnson

    Norman Lloyd Johnson (9 January 1917, Ilford, Essex, England – 18 November 2004, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA) was a professor of statistics and author or editor of several standard reference works in statistics and probability theory.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Lloyd Johnson)

  • Norman Blake (Scottish musician)

    Norman Blake (born 20 October 1965, Bellshill, Glasgow, Scotland) is a singer-songwriter in the Glasgow based band, Teenage Fanclub.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Blake (Scottish musician))

  • Norman Wexler

    Norman Wexler (6 August 1926 – 23 August 1999) was a screenwriter whose work included such films as Saturday Night Fever, Serpico and Joe, for which he received an Oscar nomination in 1971. A Detroit native and 1944 Central High School graduate; Wexler attended Harvard University before moving to New York in 1951.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Wexler)

  • Norman Hillmer

    George Norman Hillmer (born 1942 in Niagara Falls, Ontario) is a leading Canadian historian and teacher and is among the leading scholars on Canada-US relations.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Hillmer)

  • Edward Norman

    Dr. Edward Norman (born 22 November 1938) was Canon Chancellor of York Minster and is an ecclesiastical historian.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edward Norman)

  • Norman Hetherington

    Norman Frederick Hetherington (born 29 May 1921 in Lilyfield, New South Wales) is an Australian cartoonist and creator of the long-running Australian children's television show Mr Squiggle.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Hetherington)

  • Norman Rush

    Norman Rush (born October 24, 1933) is an American novelist whose introspective novels and short stories are set in Botswana in the 1980s. He is the son of Roger and Leslie (Chesse) Rush.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Rush)

  • Norman Packard

    Norman Packard (born 1954 in Silver City, New Mexico) is a chaos theory physicist and one of the founders of the Prediction Company and ProtoLife. He is an alumnus of Reed College and the University of California, Santa Cruz.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Packard)

  • Norman Thomas di Giovanni

    Norman Thomas di Giovanni (born 1933) is an American-born editor and translator known for his collaboration with Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges. He was named after Norman Thomas, leader of the American Socialist Party.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Thomas di Giovanni)

  • Norman Buchan

    Norman Findlay Buchan (27 October 1922 – 23 October 1990) was a Labour politician, who represented the West Renfrewshire seat from 1964 until 1983 and Paisley South seat from 1983 to 1990.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Buchan)

  • Norman Kember

    Norman Kember is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Kember)

  • Norman Rosenthal

    Norman Rosenthal is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Rosenthal)

  • Norman Golb

    Norman Golb (born in Chicago, Illinois in 1928) is the Ludwig Rosenberger Professor in Jewish History and Civilization at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. He earned his PhD from Johns Hopkins University in 1954.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Golb)

  • Norman Partridge

    Norman Partridge (born May 28, 1958) is an American author of horror and mystery fiction. He has written two detective novels about retired boxer Jack Baddalach, Saguaro Riptide and The Ten Ounce Siesta.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Partridge)

  • Frank Norman

    Frank Norman (9 June 1930 - 23 December 1980) was a British novelist, playwright and autobiographer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Frank Norman)

  • Marc Norman

    Marc Norman (born 1941, Los Angeles, California) is an American screenwriter.... ( from the wikipedia article on Marc Norman)

  • Norman Iceberg

    Norman Iceberg is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Iceberg)

  • Norman Housley

    Norman Housley is Professor of History at the University of Leicester.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Housley)

  • Norman Weissman

    Norman Weissman (born 1925) is a prolific writer, director and producer of motion pictures and television shows. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Weissman)

  • Norman Conrad

    Norman Charles Conrad (born 1947) is a Canadian lawyer, politician and author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Conrad)

  • Norman Krasna

    Norman Krasna is a Writer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Krasna)

  • Norman Spector

    Norman Spector (born March 6, 1949) is a Canadian journalist, diplomat, civil servant, and newspaper publisher.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Spector)

  • Norman Kay (composer)

    Norman Forber Kay (5 January 1929–12 May 2001) was a British composer and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Kay (composer))

  • Norman Bridwell

    Norman Bridwell (born February 15, 1928 in Kokomo, Indiana, U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Bridwell)

  • Norman Duncan

    Norman Duncan (2 July 1871 -8 October 1916) was an author, journalist and educator.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Duncan)

  • Norman Black

    Norman Black is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Black)

  • Norman Hudis

    Norman Hudis (born 27 July 1923 in Stepney, England) is a writer for film, theatre and TV and is most closely associated with the first six of the Carry On film series, for which he wrote the screenplays.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Hudis)

  • Norman Gale

    For the Wales international rugby union player see Norman Gale (rugby player)... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Gale)

  • Norman Macleod (journalist)

    Norman Macleod () (born circa 1967) is a STV North news presenter and journalist for the Northern Scotland edition of STV News at Six.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Macleod (journalist))

  • Norman F. Douty

    Norman Franklin Douty (1899–1993) was a Christian author.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman F. Douty)

  • Norman Kelley (journalist)

    Norman Kelley is a freelance journalist, author, and former segment producer at WBAI 99.5 FM.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Kelley (journalist))

  • Norman Z. McLeod

    Norman Zenos McLeod (September 20, 1898, Grayling, Michigan – January 27, 1964, Hollywood, California) was an American film director, cartoonist and writer. He is considered one of the best directors of comedy films of all time.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Z. McLeod)

  • Kenneth Norman Lilly

    Kenneth Norman Lilly (1929 – 1996) was a British wildlife artist who contributed many painted pages to Look and Learn and Treasure magazines.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Kenneth Norman Lilly)

  • Norman Hampson

    Norman Hampson (born 1922 in Manchester, England) was the Professor of History at the University of York from 1974 to 1989. He was born in 1922 and educated at Manchester Grammar School and University College.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Hampson)

  • Norman Wong

    Norman Wong is a gay American writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Wong)

  • Norman Worker

    Norman Worker (1927 - 5 February 2005) was a British comic book writer, best known for his work on comic books featuring Lee Falk's The Phantom.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Worker)

  • Norman D. Stevens

    Library science scholar and humorist Dr. Norman D.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman D. Stevens)

  • E. Herbert Norman

    Egerton Herbert Norman (September 1, 1909 – April 4, 1957) was a Canadian diplomat and historian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on E. Herbert Norman)

  • Norman Macdonnell

    Norman Macdonnell (November 8, 1916, in Pasadena, California – November 28, 1979, in Burbank, California) was an American radio and television producer best known for co-creating (along with John Meston) and producing the Western radio and television series, Gunsmoke.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Macdonnell)

  • Norman H. Baynes

    Professor Norman Hepburn Baynes (1877–1961) was a noted 20th century British historian of the Byzantine Empire.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman H. Baynes)

  • Norman Preston

    Norman Preston, MBE (18 March 1903–6 March 1980) was an English cricket journalist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Preston)

  • Norman Nawrocki

    Norman Nawrocki (born Vancouver, British Columbia), is a Montreal-based comedian, sex educator, cabaret artist, musician, author, actor, producer and composer.Norman Nawrocki Les Pages Noires Accessed 15 October 2006 Nawrocki together with Sylvain Côté were the founding members of "rock 'n roll cabaret" band Rhythm Activism.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Nawrocki)

  • Zoketsu Norman Fischer

    Zoketsu Norman Fischer is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Zoketsu Norman Fischer)

  • Norman Platt Lambert

    Norman Platt Lambert is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Platt Lambert)

  • Gurney Norman

    Gurney Norman (born July 22, 1937) is an American novelist, documentarian, and professor.... ( from the wikipedia article on Gurney Norman)

  • Norman Bentwich

    Norman De Mattos Bentwich OBE MC (28 February 1883 – 8 April 1971) was a British barrister and legal academic who served as Legal Secretary and the first Attorney-General of Mandatory Palestine from 1918 to 1929. He was also President of the Jewish Historical Society.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Bentwich)

  • Norman Gash

    Norman Gash CBE (16 January 1912, Meerut, India – 1 May, 2009, Somerset) was a British historian, notable for a two volume biography of British Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Gash)

  • Norman Wilkinson (artist)

    Sir Norman Wilkinson CBE aka Norman L. Wilkinson (November 24, 1878 - May 31, 1971) was a British artist who usually worked in oils, watercolors and drypoint.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Wilkinson (artist))

  • Michael Norman

    Michael Norman (born June 29, 1947 in Macomb, Illinois) is an American author known for his Haunted superstitious series with Beth Scott who died in February 1994. Her surviving family are her husband Larry with children Jonathan, Jeffrey, and Rosemary.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Michael Norman)

  • Norman Riley

    Norman Riley is an Emeritus Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of East Anglia in Norwich (UK).... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Riley)

  • Norman Zide

    Norman H. Zide (born 1928) is the Professor Emeritus of the Department of South Asian Languages & Civilization the Department of Linguistics at the University of Chicago.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Zide)

  • Norman Franks

    Norman Leslie Robert Franks is an English writer who specialises in aviation books on the pilots and squadrons of World Wars I and II. He published his first book in 1976.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Franks)

  • Norman Perrin

    Norman Perrin (1920-1976Welton O. Seal, Jr.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Perrin)

  • Norman Lebrecht

    Norman Lebrecht (born 11 July 1948) is a British commentator on music and cultural affairs and also a novelist. He has been Assistant Editor of the Evening Standard since 2002 and has presented lebrecht.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Lebrecht)

  • Lisanne Norman

    Lisanne Norman (born 15 February 19??, Glasgow, Scotland) is a science fiction author.... ( from the wikipedia article on Lisanne Norman)

  • Norman Robert Campbell

    Norman Robert Campbell (1880–1949) was an English physicist and philosopher of science. He was educated at Eton and at Trinity College, Cambridge, and became a fellow at Cambridge in 1902.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Robert Campbell)

  • Norman Gevitz

    Norman Gevitz, PhD is a medical historian. He has authored numerous books and papers on the history of medicine in the United States and England.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Gevitz)

  • Norman May

    Norman 'Nugget' Alfred May AM (born 1928) is an Australian radio and television sports broadcaster famous in Australia for calling “GOLD, GOLD for Australia, GOLD” during the men's 4 x 100 medley final in the 1980 Moscow Olympic Games. His career in sports broadcasting began in the 1950s and extended well past his official retirement from the ABC in 1984.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman May)

  • Norman L. Richardson

    Norman L. Richardson is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman L. Richardson)

  • Philip Norman (artist)

    Philip E Norman FSA (9 July 1842 - 17 May 1931) was a British artist, author and antiquary.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Philip Norman (artist))

  • Norman Pittenger

    William Norman Pittenger (1905 − June 19, 1997) is an Anglican theologian and Christian apologist. He played an important role as promoter of process theology and he became one of the first acknowledged Christian defenders for the open acceptance of homosexual relations among Christians.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Pittenger)

  • Norman Feather

    Norman Feather (16 November 1904 Pecket Well, Yorkshire – 14 August 1978), FRS 1945, FRSE 1946, PRSE 1967, was an English physicist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Feather)

  • Norman Beaker

    Norman Beaker (born 1950, Manchester, England) is an English blues guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, and producer who has been involved in the British blues scene since the early 1970's.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Beaker)

  • Norman Howard Cliff

    Norman Howard Cliff (1925 – 2007) was an British Protestant Christian author who wrote about Christianity and the history of missionary work in China.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Howard Cliff)

  • Norman Lessing

    Norman Lessing (June 24, 1911, New York City – October 22, 2001, Santa Monica, California) was an American television screenwriter and producer, playwright, chess master, and chess writer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Lessing)

  • Norman Barratt

    Norman Barratt (born 1949, Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire, England) is a guitarist and songwriter, mostly known for his membership of the band Gravy Train and the Christian groups the Alwyn Wall Band and the Barratt Band.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Barratt)

  • Diana Norman

    Diana Norman is a British author and journalist writing historical fiction and non-fiction. She was born in Devon.... ( from the wikipedia article on Diana Norman)

  • Norman Ebbutt

    Norman Ebbutt (1894-1968) was a British journalist. In 1925 he was sent to Berlin where he became chief correspondent for The Times, remaining in Germany until his expulsion by the Nazis in August 1937, following accusations of espionage.... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Ebbutt)

  • Norman Giller

    Norman Giller is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Giller)

  • Dorothy Norman

    Dorothy Norman (1905 - 12 April 1997) was a female American photographer, writer, editor, arts patron and advocate for social change.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Dorothy Norman)

  • Alfred Merle Norman

    Alfred Merle Norman (29 August 1831 – 26 October 1918) was an English clergyman and naturalist.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Alfred Merle Norman)

  • Sidney Norman Bernstein

    Sidney Norman Bernstein (13 July 1911, New York City – 30 January 1992, New York City) was an American chess master.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Sidney Norman Bernstein)

  • Norman Moore (medical historian)

    Sir Norman Moore, 1st Baronet FRCP (8 January 1847 – 30 November 1922) was a British doctor and historian of medicine.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Moore (medical historian))

  • Norman Garbo

    Norman Garbo (born February 15, 1919) is an American author and lecturer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Garbo)

  • David Norman (ornithologist)

    Professor David Norman (born 1949) is a British Chartered Physicist and ornithologist, he has lived in Cheshire since 1978.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on David Norman (ornithologist))

  • Andrew Norman Meldrum

    Andrew Norman Meldrum (1876, Alloa – 1934, Edinburgh) was a Scottish scientist known for his work in organic chemistry and for his studies of the history of chemistry. It has been claimed that Meldrum's acid "is the only chemical to be named after a Scotsman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Andrew Norman Meldrum)

  • Philip Norman (author)

    Philip Norman, born 1943, is a novelist, biographer, journalist and playwright.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Philip Norman (author))

  • Norman S. Hall

    Norman S. Hall (July 21, 1895 - 12 December 1964) was an American screenwriter from the 1930s to the 1960s.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman S. Hall)

  • Howard Norman

    Howard A. Norman (born 1949), is an American award-winning writer and educator.... ( from the wikipedia article on Howard Norman)

  • Norman Robinson (television news reporter)

    Norman Hollis Robinson (born 1951Peoplesearch.com information on Norman Hollis Robinson.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Robinson (television news reporter))

  • Roger Norman (novelist)

    Roger Norman (born 1948) is a British novelist living in Turkey. He is the author of three widely-acclaimed novels for adults and children, mainly centering on the countryside of Dorset in southwest England.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Roger Norman (novelist))

  • Norman Reilly Raine

    Norman Reilly Raine is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Reilly Raine)

  • Norman Harper

    Norman Harper is a columnist with the Scottish newspaper, the Press and Journal. He is the author of the successful Stronach book series and Spik o the Place,... (extract from the wikipedia article on Norman Harper)

  • Norman Ralph Ross

    Norman Ralph Ross is a Writer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Ralph Ross)

  • Norman Bogner

    Norman Bogner is a Writer... ( from the wikipedia article on Norman Bogner)

  • Norman Welton

    Norman Welton (1928 – July 1, 2009) was an American journalist. Welton worked for the Associated Press for 44 years.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Welton)

  • Norman Penner

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    Sir Norman Lamont (7 September 1869 – 3 September 1949) was a Scottish Liberal Party politician and a recognised authority on agriculture.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Sir Norman Lamont, 2nd Baronet)

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    Norman Holmes Pearson (April 13, 1909 – November 5, 1975) was an American academic, author, editor, critic, archivist and prominent figures in establishing American studies as an academic discipline after the end of the Second World War.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Norman Holmes Pearson)

  • Bob Norman

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  • J. Norman Davidson

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  • Norman Mills Price

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  • Norman Fiering

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Norman

Gender: more often male

Meaning: Invader of normandie

Origin: French

Lucky Number: Six

Popularity: Position 36 in 1931

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