|by God!, by Jove!, by George!||by jingo!|
|(George) English general who orchestrated the return of the Stuart monarch after the death of Oliver Cromwell||Monck|
|(Greek Mythology) Cypriot king who fell in love with the statue he had carved of a woman (who later was brought to life by Aphrodite); play written by George Bernard Shaw (1912), Cypriot king who sculpted Galatea||Pygmalion|
|a trademark for a hand-held camera invented by George Eastman in 1888 and for photographic supplies such as film, brand of cameras and photographic equipment and accessories||Kodak|
|admirer or student of Shaw, by or like G. B. Shaw, one who specializes in studying the works of George Bernard Shaw, pertaining to George Bernard Shaw or his works||Shavian|
|American musical based on the play "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw||My Fair Lady|
|cancer test in which cells from the female genital tract are smeared on a slide for microscopic examination, named after anatomist George Papanicolaou||pap test|
|Charles Cornwallis (1738-1805), British general during the Revolutionary War (surrendered to George Washington at Yorktown in 1781)||Cornwallis|
|famil name; George Orwell (1903-1950, born Eric Arthur Blair), English author who is best known for his works "Animal Farm" and "1984"||Orwell|
|famil name; George Walker Bush (born 1946), 43rd president of the United States (2001-), former governor of Texas; George Herbert Walker Bush (born 1924), 41st president of the United States (1989-1993)||Bush|
|family name; Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913), British naturalist, developer of a theory of evolution (independent of Charles Darwin); George Wallace (1919-1998) governor of Alabama (USA)||Wallace|
|family name; George Gershwin (1898-1937), American musical composer||Gershwin|
|family name; George Patton (1885-1945), American general who led American troops into Normandy (during World War II)||Patton|
|family name; male first name; George Catlett Marshall (1880-1959), American military man and statesman, one who conceived of the Marshall Plan, Nobel peace prize winner in 1953||Marshall|
|family name; state in the northwestern United States; Washington D.C., capital of the United States; George Washington (1732-1799), 1st president of the United States; Booker T. Washington (1856-1915), American educator||Washington|
|General George Armstrong Custer (1839-76), Union general during the American Civil War; family name||Custer|
|George Ade (1866-1944), American humorist and playwright||Ade|
|George Berkeley (1685?-1753), Irish philosopher and bishop||Berkeley|
|George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950), Irish dramatist and critic, author of the play "Pygmalion", winner of the Nobel prize; Irwin Shaw (1913-84), American novelist and playwright||Shaw|
|George Byron (1788-1824), English lord and poet||Byron|
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