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Versatility

Franklin, Benjamin
(1706–1790) American statesman, inventor, printer, author, scientist. [Am. Hist.: Benét, 366]
George
Georges d’Amboise (1460–1510), conjectural eponym of “Let George do it,” made premier and cardinal by Louis XII, who found him capable of any task. [Fr. Hist.: Brewer Dictionary, 392]
jack-of-all-trades
epitome of the versatile worker of trades. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
Jefferson, Thomas
(1743–1826) writer of Declaration of Independence; inventor, scholar, president. [Am. Hist.: Jameson, 256–257]
Leonardo da Vinci
(1452–1519) painter, sculptor, architect, musician, scientist, engineer. [Ital. Hist.:NCE, 1561–1562]
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The John Templeton European Religion Writer of the Year award, inaugurated in 1994, is given for excellence, enterprise and versatility in reporting religion in the secular press, and includes a citation and a cash prize of 3,500 Swiss francs ($2,130 U.
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