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Waddington, William Henry

William Henry Waddington, 1826–94, French statesman and archaeologist, of English descent. Waddington was minister of education (1876–77) and was appointed foreign minister in 1877. He represented France at the Congress of Berlin (1878). In 1879 he headed a cabinet but was soon replaced by Charles de Freycinet. Waddington served as ambassador to Great Britain from 1883 to 1893. He wrote several works on archaeology.

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Sebrell William Henry, Jr.

Sebrell William Henry, Jr. (1901–1992) American nutritionist; first described riboflavin deficiency and made important contributions to knowledge of anaemia and the role of diet in cirrhosis of the liver.

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