William Hamilton

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Hamilton, William

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

A mathematician who posed Hamilton's problem.


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"It is called the Portland Vase after the Duchess of Portland who purchased the original vase in 1784 from Sir William Hamilton. He had brought the vase back from Italy the previous year."
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By the 17th century, the hall belonged to William Hamilton, 2nd Duke of Hamilton.
Air Force, Hamilton joined Colbert Packaging, which his father William Hamilton had helped lead nearly since its inception.
Retired William Hamilton, of Cardenden in Fife, saw off local opposition - including his son Johnnie, 59, and grandson Billy, 24 - to lift the McCrae Trophy.
In the two-page letter to his mistress Emma's husband, Sir William Hamilton, he says: "I am quite rejoiced to hear that you have got possession and I assure you every study of mine shall be to make you happy in it."
This notorious liaison had begun in 1799 as a menage a trois with her husband, the Scottish diplomat, collector, antiquarian, archaeologist, and volcanologist, Sir William Hamilton (1731-1803).
According to the Massachusetts State Police, William Hamilton, 73, of Worcester, was driving a 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis when it was involved in a minor collision with a 1998 Honda Accord driven by Arkloo Wong, 81, of Watertown, about 11 a.m.
The bar is owned by the team's main sponsor, William Hamilton, who's also the boss of Hamilton Tarmac.
William Hamilton's mare is unbeaten in her last three pointing starts and made all in the 2014 renewal when beating Rowan Road by six lengths.
In 1814, in a patent application for a bottle-filling machine, one William Hamilton had sketched a bottle with a pointed bottom, forcing it to be stored lying on its side.