William Hamilton

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Hamilton, William,

1704–54, English poet, b. Scotland. He is best known for the poem "The Braes of Yarrow" (1724).

William Hamilton

(person)
A mathematician who posed Hamilton's problem.

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BILLY HAMILTON Played for and managed Distillery before opening a trophy shop in Bangor.
Cincinnati's Billy Hamilton had a career-high four hits, including a solo homer, to help the Reds beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 10-3.
The Reds' Billy Hamilton will swipe 324 bases this season.
She named other members of the team as, from left: Back row: Clem Holiday, Les Oliphant, Alan Agar, Ukar Durham, Tommy Harrison, Billy Windross, Paddy McCabe, Benny Huzzard and Billy Hamilton.
At Oxford I played alongside a striker called Billy Hamilton who was also very bright on a football pitch.
Iain Dowie and Jim Magilton, both former QPR managers, will be taking to the pitch, along with World Cup heroes from 1982 and 1986 such as Sammy McIlroy, Jimmy Nicholl, Gerry Armstrong and Billy Hamilton.
Billy Hamilton delivered the cross and Hateley planted another header past Jennings.
We haven't got a Gerry Armstrong, we haven't got a Norman Whiteside, we haven't got a Billy Hamilton.
The hotel is owned by Rachael and Billy Hamilton and has recently undergone a major refurbishment.
Gerry normally played outside right but he switched with Billy Hamilton.
There is a very thorough biographical dictionary, featuring familiar names--Cap Anson (Athletics), Ed Delahanty (Phillies), Harry Wright (managed the Phillies for a decade), and Al Reach--and also local legends, such as Dick McBride ("Philadelphia's first superstar"), Billy Hamilton, Hicks Hayhurst, and the truly significant Octavius Catto ("civil rights leader, educator, radical, martyr and baseball pioneer").
Pat Jennings, Jimmy Nicholl, Chris Nicholl, John McClelland, Mal Donaghy, Martin O'Neill, David McCreery, Sammy McIlroy, Gerry Armstrong, Billy Hamilton, Norman Whiteside.