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Henry McCarty, alias Henry Antrim, alias William H. Bonney, alias Billy the Kid
He acquired the nickname after founding Reprise Records in 1961.
An exaggerated pronunciation of his middle initial.
He is often mistakenly called John Merrick due to a mistake in an early biography which has been perpetuated in films since.
Red Grange was a three-time All-American halfback.
English professional snooker player aka Steve 'Interesting' Davis
The nicname didn't come from his military prowess. His actions as Prime Minister were so unpopular that he had to fit iron shutters to his windows to prevent mobs breaking them.
English footballer, scored twice in a 1952 victory over Austria
National Hockey League star 1942-1960; most prolific goal scorer of his era
English professional snooker player, unofficial monikers including The Essex Exocet and The Magician.
Short for 'Satchel Mouth' - describing the shape of his lips against the mouthpiece of the trumpet.
After his defeat of American Indians at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811.
James "Jimmy" Warren White MBE (born 2 May 1962) is an English professional snooker player.
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