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Galileo, Galilei
Gandhi, Mahatma
Gates, Bill
Gershwin, George
Giuliani, Rudy
Goodman, Benny
Graham, Billy
Graham, Katharine
Haig, Alexander
Harvey, Paul
Hawking, Stephen
Hitler, Adolf
Hope, Bob
Hubble, Edwin
Hughes, Howard

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