FACTOID # 21: 15% of Army recruits from South Dakota are Native American, which is roughly the same percentage for female Army recruits in the state.
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Encyclopedia > John Collins

A number of well-known people have been named John Collins. They include:

  • John Collins, (1717-1795), Rhode Island delegate to Continental Congress
  • John Collins, (1776-1822), American Governor of Delaware
  • John Collins, (1899-1989), admiral in the Royal Australian Navy
  • Canon John Collins, (1905-1982), U.K. radical Anglican cleric
  • John Collins, a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • John W. Collins, a chess instructor who taught Bobby Fischer and many other notable players
  • John Collins, a recipient of the Victoria Cross
  • John Collins, Scottish football player
  • John F. Collins, U.S. Mayor of Boston (1960-1968)
  • John M. Collins, a designer of paper airplanes who wrote The Gliding Flight, a book of such designs
  • John Collins, CEO of Stayhealthy

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John Collins (999 words)
Collins is a member of the CTEQ Collaboration, which is a collaboration of experimentalists and theorists at many universities and laboratories who work on QCD.
John Collins and Dezhe Z. Jin, "Grandmother cells and the storage capacity of the human brain", q-bio.NC/0603014.
John Collins, Alejandro Perez, and Daniel Sudarsky, "Lorentz invariance Violation and its Role in Quantum Gravity Phenomenology", to appear in Quantum Gravity, D. Oriti ed.
Lewis and Clark . Inside the Corps . The Corps . John Collins | PBS (193 words)
Private John Collins was born in Frederick County, Maryland.
Collins was one of five chief hunters in the Corps, along with Colter, Drouillard, and the Field brothers.
Even so, Collins did not lose his service in the Corps; that afternoon he was back rowing the oars, suffering much pain for his misconduct.
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