He was the first person known to be cured of the infection, which causes AIDS.

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His song “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me” was a No. 1 hit in 1972, and he later starred in the football movie “North Dallas Forty.”

He was called a “national historic treasure” for his dramatic monologues and battlefield tours.

Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Jaber al-Sabah was part of a ruling dynasty dating back more than 250 years.

He was the longest-serving employee at the medical research center and among the longest-serving in the federal workforce.

She helped bring about a ban on the use of physical restraints on nursing home patients.

He invented optical tweezers, which can grab particles, atoms and living cells with “laser beam fingers.”

He was a historian, social scientist and columnist for the newspaper Haaretz.

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He worked in the White House and chaired the National Transportation Safety Board under Bush.

A public relations and speech expert, she helped newsmakers put their best face forward.

He worked for CBS from 1970 to 1986, representing the network at congressional and regulatory agency hearings and before European and Asian broadcasting unions.

Teamed with Michael “Hawk” Hegstrand, he became a wrestling star, inspiring fans to dress in costumes and face paint.

Mr. Evans, the husband of journalist Tina Brown, edited the Sunday Times in Britain before moving to the U.S., founding Condé Nast Traveler and leading Random House.

She was one of the last links to Jean-Paul Sartre and other existentialist intellectuals who made her their muse after World War II.

He was a key architect of “Occupy D.C.” in 2011 and the occupation of the Venezuelan embassy last year to oppose U.S. intervention in that troubled country.

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He found wider fame through his friendship with a cancer-stricken teammate, depicted in the TV movie “Brian’s Song.”

He believed Soviet authoritarian rule could have been avoided, then came under fire as “Putin’s apologist.”

“Guess How I Much Love You,” a picture book featuring nutbrown hares, has sold more than 50 million copies and has been translated into 57 languages.

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His public support of the boycott that helped launch the civil rights movement and established the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. as its leader brought death threats from white supremacists.

He engineered the merger of Pepsi-Cola and Frito-Lay, brought Pepsi to the Soviet Union and built PepsiCo into a major rival to Coca-Cola.

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