She helped bring an anti-discrimination complaint against The Post in the 1970s as women battled for pay equity as well as promotion.

After a heralded scientific career in the United States, he returned to his native Hungary, where he had endured forced labor during the Communist era, and became a noted novelist and writer.

A onetime foreign correspondent, Mr. Hiatt greatly expanded The Post's opinions department and wrote spirited columns and editorials on politics, foreign affairs and other matters.

He evolved from an abrasive partisan to a statesman of the Senate, where he represented Kansas for nearly three decades.

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She turned to music in her 30s and received worldwide acclaim, often writing songs in her Indigenous language.

He was a star defensive end with the Atlanta Falcons in the 1970s.

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He led the powerful IAAF but was linked to bribery scandals involving doping and the awarding of Olympic sites.

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The two-time Olivier winner was considered one of Britain’s finest classical actors.

Literary critic Edmund Wilson, an early champion, called her “a writer in a class by herself.”

He found music in everything, including the opening and closing of an umbrella over a ticking alarm clock.

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He was a charismatic middleman in labor fights with air traffic controllers, ballplayers and newspaper pressmen. He also briefly led the Major League Baseball Players Association.

He later led the Justice Department’s criminal division and served briefly as the top deputy to Attorney General Janet Reno.

One of the first African Americans to represent Florida in Congress since Reconstruction, she spent five terms championing services for the poor and expanded opportunities for minorities.

Mr. Williams’s British Formula One racing team was one of the most successful in the history of the sport, winning seven world drivers’ championships. In all, the team he founded and headed won 114 Grands Prix.

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She wrote a modern translation of "The Tale of Genji," one of Japan's most celebrated novels.

He co-created the SANS Institute, the world’s foremost nongovernment cybersecurity training program.

Ms. Dahl was also a beauty products entrepreneur and syndicated columnist who viewed her years in the movies as an “interim” in a busy career.

In 1975, he became the first African American to compete in the tradition-bound Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga. Tiger Woods heralded him as a role model in the sport.

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He starred in the acclaimed 1971 drama "Walkabout" and was among the best-known Indigenous actors of his generation.

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He was the son of the late King Norodom Sihanouk and was forced from his position as prime minister in a 1997 coup.

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Ruby, Joseph

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Clifford, Kathleen

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Cohen, Joanne

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Donnelly, Marie

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French, Margaret

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Johnson Iii, William Pegram

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Jones, Thelma

Jordan, Mary

Josey, Alfred

Joyce, Ruby

Julien, Kent H.

Katsouros, Suzette

Kelly, Ronald

Kestenbaum, Marjorie

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Kline, Phyllis

Koss, Howard

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Laine, Patricia

Lapinski, Felix

Lashley, Beryl

Leatherwood Harris, Valeria Imogene

Leithauser, Mary Bryan

Lewis, Janet

Lowenstein, Joseph

Lozon, Frederick

Luban, Matthew

Lynch, Deborah

Mann Iv, Benjamin

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Menk Iii, Paul

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Perlik, Annabel

Peters, Leanne

Pluvinage, Simone

Porter, Walter

Pressley, Paul

Queen, Madeline

Queen, Maurice

Ramsay, Carolyn

Rawson, Anne

Reid Jr., James

Reid Jr., William

Rider, Miriam

Robinson, Cecil

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Ruby, Joseph

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Sanders, Angela

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Sims Jr., William "rick"

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Spivey, Myra Jo

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Stearman, David

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Stevens, Mark

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Taylor, Julia

Theisen, Lyles

Thornton, Kenneth

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Tocci, Vincent

Torbert, Elizabeth "betty"

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Underwood, Richard

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Varner, David

Veatch, Robert & Ann

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Wade, Sophia

Wade, Talmage

Walley, Yvonne

Walls, Savannah

Ware, Christopher

Washington, Gail

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Watson Ii, Joseph

Weathers, Alexis

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Whalon, Robert

Wiggs, Barbara

Wilburn, Marianne

Williams, David

Williams, Frances

Williams, James

Williams, Michael D.

Wood, John

Wynn, Brian

Young-Tillman, Mazie

Zawatsky, Alvin

Zuraski, Eleanor

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