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  • John Forbes Nash, Jr. (June 13, 1928 — May 23, 2015) was an American mathematician, who shared the 1994 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences with
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  • when I was mentally disturbed, I had a lot of interest in numbers. John Forbes Nash, Jr., in a statement of 2006, quoted in Stop Making Sense: Music from
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  • expectations for the players, but this need not occur in general. John Forbes Nash, Jr., "Equilibrium Points in n-Person Games", Proceedings of the National
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  • by Kalki 2015 proposed by DanielTom, in response to the recent death of Nash and his wife in a traffic accident. 2016  Rank or add further suggestions…
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  • to Robert Oppenheimer When Freeman Dyson, the physicist, greeted John Forbes Nash, Jr. at the Institute for Advanced Study one day in the early 1990s,
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  • Robert Fogel / Douglass North (1993) John Harsanyi / John Forbes Nash, Jr. / Reinhard Selten (1994) Robert Lucas, Jr. (1995) James Mirrlees / William Vickrey
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  • Narayanananda, Swami Nas Nascimento, Milton Nash, Charles Edmund Nash, John Forbes Nash, John Nash, Ogden Nash, Paul (artist) Nashe, Thomas Nasr, Octavia
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  • mysterious equation of love that any logical reasons can be found. John Forbes Nash (portrayed by Russell Crowe, A Beautiful Mind (2001) Abel was righteous
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  • people will be ready and answer in every emergency that may arise. Charles E. Nash, speech to the U.S. House of Representatives (7 June 1876) Far from there
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  • End of Reform : New Deal Liberalism in Recession and War (1995). George Nash rightly sees the publication of Friedrich A. von Hayek's The Road to Serfdom
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  • more than his belican! Joel [as Narrator]: P is for plagiarism from Ogden Nash! [N] [The letter R (for "Ribbon") is represented by children dancing around
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  • thing Russert runs off. Between her and Pembleton, it's like an episode of Nash Bridges around here. Shift Commander Lieutenant. Alphonse Michael "Gee" Giardello
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