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Alexander Graham Bell

An inventor credited with the first marketable telephone. The telephone was an instant success and, along with the older invention of the telegraph, was responsible for the development of easier and more frequent communication worldwide. Bell was born in Scotland in 1847 and died in Canada in 1922.
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Alexander Bell playing at tight head was man-of-the-match.
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It is alleged that Alexander Bell, Stephen Gourlay and Jermaine Hanno were behind the killing.
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What about Alexander Bell for inventing the phone and thus the phrase: "It's me, I'm on the train"?
5; Alexander Bell 3; Nathan Betteridge 4; Samuel Brice 3; Paul Brown 4; Edward Browne 2; Nicholas Browning 3; Christopher Charlton 3; John Chen 4; Benjamin Christopher 3; Philip Clark 4; Richard Cleugh 2; Joseph Couley 3; Oliver Cutler 3; Matthew Ellam 3; Christopher Fairless 6; Daniel Farnell 3; Thomas Frater 4; Philip Gilbert 3; Robert Haley 2.
One such mother is Ellen Bell, who brought flowers and a giant teddy bear in a sailor hat to the grave of her son, Theodore Alexander Bell.
If it wasn't for the Scottish then we would not have had people like Alexander Bell, and all of the contributions of the Welsh and Irish,'' he said.
Alexander Bell, aged 44, of Westmorland Road, Wyken, Coventry, destroying property to the value of pounds 80 and using threatening words or behaviour, conditional discharge for six months and ordered to pay compensation of pounds 50.
Jamie Mathers, Alexander Bell, Aaron Hassall and Bilal Bashir had all pleaded guilty to attempted burglary at the house in Foxcote Drive.
Or newspaper columns go live to heaven to see how telly inventor John Logie Baird and phone pioneer Alexander Bell are reacting to the benefits their life's work gave to mankind.