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Steele

(stēl),
John C., 20th-century Canadian neurologist. See: Steele-Richardson-Olszewski disease, Steele-Richardson-Olszewski syndrome.
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In Immortal Words and Immortal Last Words I featured Gildas, George Herbert, Henry Vaughan, Black Bart Roberts, Idris Davies, David Lloyd George, Dylan Thomas, Sir Richard Steele, David Owen, Bertrand Russell, Gareth Jones, Thomas Jefferson and Dr David Kelly among others, making sure that Wales is publicised.
As a complete aside here, the same reference book turned up some gen which owners of a certain Eric Clapton album might like to cherish - the phrase "from the cradle to the grave" was first coined by essayist Sir Richard Steele in The Tatler in 1709.
Italian poet, prose writer, journalist, and critic, remembered for a satire that revived interest in Dante and for his two periodicals, which brought the journalistic style of the 18th-century English essayists Joseph Addison and Sir Richard Steele to Italy.