His music was featured in movies including “The Exorcist” and “The Shining.”

She partnered with Bill Anderson for the No. 1 country song “For Loving You.”

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His songs included “Honky Tonk Attitude,” “Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die),” “Bigger Than the Beatles” and “If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets).”

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He was an architect of the campaigns of two presidents, only to be fired by both.

The Oklahoma Republican, a practicing obstetrician, frustrated both parties with his use of procedural tactics to delay or derail legislation that contributed in his view to the billowing federal deficit.

Lowery, a co-founder of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, led the group for 20 years and later spoke at Obama’s 2009 inauguration.

The diminutive slugger’s monster shots in the 1960s and ’70s earned him the popular nickname.

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He wrote a twice-weekly political column, in addition to celebrated biographies of Kennedy, Nixon and Reagan.

As editor and publisher of the newsletter Science & Government Report, he earned the begrudging respect and loyal readership of scientists and policymakers in Washington and beyond.

He illustrated the hit series about a diminutive Gaul battling Roman invaders, taking up writing duties as well after the death of co-creator René Goscinny.

“Love! Valour! Compassion!” cemented Mr. McNally as a pivotal American dramatist, a clear-eyed chronicler of gay lives with a humane and lyrical style.

He went after companies bribing foreign politicians and ruled on the 1990s savings-and-loan scandal.

He and his wife sued the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school district in 1965 to send their son to an integrated N.C. school.

After witnessing the deaths of three children during the Troubles, she co-founded a campaign that drew thousands of protesters to the cause of peace.

She and her husband perfected surgical techniques to treat obstetric fistulas, a debilitating childbirth injury common in Ethiopia.

The raspy-voiced crossover entertainer specialized in story songs and love ballads, including “Lady” and “Lucille.”

He piloted the Apollo 15 command module for three solitary days in 1971.

He captured on paper and canvas the intoxicating colors — as he perceived them — of trees, the sky, rolling hills and sometimes the barns and cabins tucked inside them.

He starred in the 1960s series “Cimarron Strip” and received an Academy Award nomination for “The Mark.”

He co-starred on “Wonder Woman” and was the first centerfold for Playgirl magazine.

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