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Encyclopedia > Steve Smith

Several persons have been called Steven Smith or Stephen Smith, which both may be familiarised to Steve Smith:

  • Professor Steve Smith (academic) British academic.
  • Steven Smith (astronaut) (born ?)
  • Stephen Smith (Australian politician)
  • Steve Smith (comedian) Canadian comedian.
  • Steve Smith (producer) who produced the 1976 enpoymous album by Trapeze.
  • Steve Smith (English rugby player) (born 1951)
  • Steve Smith (ice hockey player)
  • Steve Smith (NFL) American football player.
  • Steve Smith (musician) jazz and rock drummer.

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HORNETS: Hornets Sign Steve Smith; Waive Haston (531 words)
Smith, a 12-year NBA veteran, holds career averages of 15.5 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.4 assists in 821 games.
Smith was traded to the Hawks two games into the 1994-95 season, where he went on to lead the Hawks in scoring in four of the next five years.
Smith donated $2.5 million to Michigan State (his alma mater) to build the Clara Bell Smith Student Activity Center in honor of his late mother and has also donated over $600,000 to his former high school for a scholarship program.
Floridian: Getting his licks in (1182 words)
Steve Smith creates mini-masterpieces that undercut the expectations some viewers bring to art.
Smith's version: They were drawings of naked people inspired by what he'd seen in art books.
Steve Smith bares his soles in a painting that draws its inspiration from the footwear he’s seen hanging from electric wires.
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