She wrote histories of 20th-century Europe and formed a literary power couple with her husband, the literary critic George Steiner.

Paul Newman and Ernest Hemingway were among those he befriended and wrote about as a prolific journalist and author.

He helped decipher the genetic code early in his career, then founded Harvard Medical School’s genetics department.

Her massive arcing curves, majestic columns and mirrored prisms seemed to disguise the heft of the materials from which they were made.

He led the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change when it shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with Al Gore.

His group provided a joyful soundtrack to South Africa’s anti-apartheid movement.

He co-founded the Pat Metheny Group, whose fusion style incorporated rock, contemporary jazz and world music.

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She played one of TV’s first black lesbian characters on “The Women of Brewster Place.”

As one-third of the WHFS DJ trio known as Spiritus Cheese, he offered a respite from Top-40 blandness that pervaded Washington radio in the 1960s.

A staple of 1960s game shows, he spent a decade as a hippie “dropout” and later appeared in “Being John Malkovich” and “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.”

With a vibrant, resilient voice, she sang the roles of youthful ingénues well past the age of 50.

He became an overnight star after “Hawaiian Eye,” a detective series, debuted in 1959.

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She was part of a lawsuit against Swiss banks that resulted in a $1.25 billion settlement.

His heartfelt account of the Brooklyn Dodgers of the 1950s captured the team’s enduring popularity.

His discoveries helped build a foundation for the study of cancer and other diseases.

Mr. Reynolds, a onetime child actor in Hollywood, won Emmys as a director and producer, including for the “Mary Tyler Moore” spinoff “Lou Grant.”

He exalted European humanism even as he grieved its inability to spare the world atrocities such as the Holocaust.

He organized safaris, motorcycled across Africa and fought in Congo in the 1960s, where his men were accused of war crimes.

As Spartacus, Vincent Van Gogh or “Doc” Holliday, the actor lent strength and intelligence to his portrayals.

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The D.C. native’s interception was a turning point for Green Bay in the first Super Bowl in 1967.

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Borzymowski, George

Brown, J. B. "barry"

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Calistrat, Dan

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Coates, Harry

Cobb, Karen

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Coston-White, Ruby

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Dorn-Hall, Gladys

Dowd, Winifred

Dracopoulos, John

Dye, Lloyd

Eastman, Donna

Eaton, Sol Del Ande Mendez

Farrar Jr., Wallace

Flick, Charles

Ford, James

Freeman, Vernal "vern"

Friend, Julius "bill"

Gaines, Linda

Gerachis, Mary

Giessler, Frederick

Gilchrist, Barbara

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Green, Reginald

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Harris, Samuel

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Johnson, Cassie

Johnson, Kenneth

Keller, Barbara

Klayman, Annette

Klosky, Rita

Kosar, Michael

Kulish, Viola

Kyriakoudis, Mary

Lauterbach, Gloria

Le Vine, Pearl Shiovitz

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Lloyd, Edna Rozella

Lombardi, Joan

Love, Robert "bob"

Lucas Sr., James Ira

Lunsford, Annie

Mahoney Jr., James "jim"

Malone, Paul

Marinette, Rudolph

Martin, Jocelyn

Matthews, Francis

McCannon, Doris

McDaniel, Barbara

Meister, Stuart

Misheloff, Jane

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Nichols, Stella

O'Donnell, Joan

Oboh, Sonny

Olney, Gloria

Oppenheim, Daniel

Paxton, Dorothy

Pedersen Jr., Alfred "big Al"

Perkiins, Ellen

Petteway, Linda

Pfaff, Phillip

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Pomerantz, Harry

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Shankman, Bernard

Sliter, Charles

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Smith, Joyce Ellen

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Stone Jr., John

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Williams, Mildred

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Bennett, Jean

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Bombara, Nora

Borzymowski, George

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Bryant, Susan

Buckley, Eve

Burke, Gerard

Buttinelli, Dante

Calistrat, Dan

Campbell, Alfonson

Campbell, Donald

Cannon, Charles K.

Carroll, Maurice "john"

Carter Jr., Edward

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Cheung, Helen

Clark, David

Clyde, Virginia

Coates, Harry

Cobb, Karen

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Cooper, Virginia

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Coston-White, Ruby

D'Albora, Sally

Dorn-Hall, Gladys

Dowd, Winifred

Dracopoulos, John

Dye, Lloyd

Eastman, Donna

Eaton, Sol Del Ande Mendez

Edson, John

Ellis, Maryanne "peaches"

Farrar Jr., Wallace

Ferrette, Janina "jane"

Flick, Charles

Ford, James

Freeman, Vernal "vern"

Friend, Julius "bill"

Gaines, Linda

Gerachis, Mary

Giessler, Frederick

Gilbert Jr., John

Gilchrist, Barbara

Gilchrist, George

Goldberg, Gerald

Goodman, Lorraine

Grayton-Lee, Catherine

Green, Gracie

Green, Reginald

Grey, Jaquenline

Hailey, Gwynetta

Halwick, Thomas Francis "tommy"

Hamilton, Sara "sal"

Harris, Samuel

Hasty Jr., Carlton

Henderson, Bertha

Holliday, Willie "doc"

Horowitz, Martin

Howard, Edna

Hunt, Helen

Inzana, Barbara Ann "bobbie"

Jackson, David

Jackson, Margaret

Jacoby, Anne

Johnson, Cassie

Johnson, Kenneth

Johnson, Lloyd

Jones, Languel

Keller, Barbara

Kirby, Jerome

Klayman, Annette

Klosky, Rita

Korab, Virginia

Kosar, Michael

Kulish, Viola

Kyriakoudis, Mary

Lauterbach, Gloria

Le Vine, Pearl Shiovitz

Lear, Frances

Lee, Ethel "efi"

Levering, Barbara

Levine, Melvin

Lloyd, Edna Rozella

Lombardi, Joan

Longovitou, Sophia

Love, Robert "bob"

Lucas Sr., James Ira

Lunsford, Annie

Ly, Souing

Mahoney Jr., James "jim"

Malone, Paul

Marinette, Rudolph

Martin, Jocelyn

Mathieu, Philip

Matthews, Francis

McBride, Gerald

McBride Jr., William

McCannon, Doris

McDaniel, Barbara

McKenzie, William "bill"

Meister, Stuart

Miller, Elaine

Misheloff, Jane

Misheloff, Jane

Monroe, Sylvia

Nadal, Salvador

Nichols, Stella

O'Donnell, Joan

Oboh, Sonny

Olney, Gloria

Oppenheim, Daniel

Paxton, Dorothy

Pedersen Jr., Alfred "big Al"

Perkiins, Ellen

Petteway, Linda

Pfaff, Phillip

Philion, Concetta "connie"

Phillips, Barbara H

Phillips, Harold

Phillips, Marsha

Phillips, Phyllis

Pollack, Richard

Pomerantz, Harry

Pomerantz, Harry I.

Poole, Sandi

Reese, Clyde

Reid Iii, Archibald "trey"

Reid, Rubin

Richardson, Marguerite "toni"

Ricketts, Annabelle

Roberts, Emily

Rogers, Kenneth

Salisbury, Peter

Schaaf, Margaritte

Scherer, Carolyn

Schoenke, Nancy

Schultz, Warren

Scorce, Eric

Segal, Neil

Sellman, Helen

Sewell, John

Shackelford, Sharon

Shankman, Bernard

Simms, Raymond

Simpson, Chloris

Sliter, Charles

Smalls, Carol

Smith, Joyce Ellen

Smith Jr., Leroy "lee"

Spooner, Christine

Stone Jr., John

Stone, Laurel

Stout, David

Sullivan Jr., A. Michael

Sullivan, Edith

Swisher, Charles

Thomas-Harris, Carlos Pierre

Thorne, Brent Harrell

Tolliver Sr., Michael

Toone Jr., Earl

Trumble Jr., Harold

Turner, Phillip "phil"

Wagstaff, Mary "ginger"

Walden, Kenneth "ken"

Walker, Ann

Walters, Frederick

Warner, Marie

Warner, Marie "mary"

Watson, Sandra

Weeks Jr., George "skip"

Weilder, Marcia

Weiler, Richard

Welther, Blair L.

Whidden, Natalie

White, Virginia

Wilkinson, Jane

Williams, Lorraine

Williams, Mary

Williams, Michael

Williams, Mildred

Wilson, Dorothy

Wilson, Mary

Wood, Mary

Wurmser, Leon

Yowell, Robert

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