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U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice
Commissioner of the NHL.
Comedy Writer known for his work with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and 'TV Funhouse' animations on Saturday Night Live.
Daughter of the 32nd President of the United States
Astronomer, current director of SETI Program
President of Republic of China (Taiwan) 1988-2000
Inventor of the chicken nugget.
Co-author of the play, 'Everybody Comes to Rick's' which was adapted into the film Casablanca.
American diplomat, investment banker, publish and WWI veteran. Namesake of a hall at Cornell University.
Creator of a common technique to stop a person from choking.
Actor best known for starring in Superman.
America's first Eagle Scout.
Governor of Maine, Senator of Maine, Vice Presidential Candidate in 1968 and Secretary of State 1980-1981
President of the Czech Republic (2003-present)
Founder and namesake of one of the largest Aerospace corporations.
Co-anchor of Good Morning America.
Developer of Tennis for Two, 1958, one of the earliest video games.
Representative, Arizona 8th District 2007-present
NHL Hockey Hall of Fame goaltender, 5-time Stanley Cup Winner, Conn Smythe Trophy winner.
Co-founder of Peoplesoft.
Co-founder of Burger King.
The 'Science Guy'.
U.S. Supreme Court Nominee
Attorney General 1993-2000
Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize winning author known for 'The Bluest Eye', 'Song of Solomon' and 'Beloved'
Inventor of canola oil.
Original host of Jeopardy! 1964-1975.
Comedian and political satirist known for his HBO show.
Author of Slaughterhouse-Five, Cat's Cradle, and Breakfast of Champions.
Former host of his namesake show on MSNBC.
Author of 'The Devils Wears Prada'
Inventor of this namesake diet.
Brothers who founded this brewing company that's 'As Cold as the Rockies.'
Designer of about 500 golf courses.
NHL player, 3-time Stanley Cup champion.
Founder of the largest US newspaper publisher, namesake for Cornell University's health center.
Folk musician known for his song, 'Cat's in the Cradle'.
Psychologist; coined the term 'power nap'.
Actress known for her work on Glee, Best in Show, and Role Models.
Economist; one of the original leaders of the 'Chicago School' of economic theory.
General Manager of the Texas Rangers and youngest ever in Major League Baseball.
Founder of his namesake corporation. A hall is named after him at Cornell but the library is in fact named after his son, also a Cornell Alum.
Author of 'Charlotte's Web' and 'Stuart Little'.
Author of 'The Good Earth,' she won the Pulitzer Prize in 1932 and the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1938.
Author of this namesake book on baby and child care, one of the best selling books of all time.
Namesake for this bacteria commonly associated with reptiles, raw chicken, and eggs.

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