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  1. Henry Cavendish, (born October 10, 1731, Nice, France—died February 24, 1810, London, England), natural philosopher, the greatest experimental and theoretical English chemist and physicist of his age.

  2. Jan 17, 2023 · Mark Cavendish keeps hopes of Tour de France record alive with move to Astana 37-year-old Manxman signs one-year deal with Kazakh team Cavendish is level with Eddy Merckx on 34 Tour stage wins...

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  4. Jan 24, 2023 · Peta Cavendish described the knife as "Rambo style," according to BBC. Authorities are continuing to look for two suspects, Jo Jobson and George Goddard, who jurors learned about during the trial.

  5. Cavendish TV Series 2019– 30 m IMDb RATING 6.9 /10 524 YOUR RATING Rate Comedy Mystery Two bickering brothers, one a total slacker, the other a stickler for rules, return to their hometown of Cavendish, Canada to reunite with their estranged father after 30 years. However, weird things keep happening in town. Creators Andrew Bush Garry Campbell

  6. Henry Cavendish FRS (/ ˈ k æ v ən d ɪ ʃ / KAV-ən-dish; 10 October 1731 – 24 February 1810) was an English natural philosopher and scientist who was an important experimental and theoretical chemist and physicist. He is noted for his discovery of hydrogen, which he termed "inflammable air".

  7. The Cavendish (or de Cavendish) family ( / ˈkævəndɪʃ / KAV-ən-dish) is a British noble family, of Anglo-Norman origins (though with an Anglo-Saxon name, originally from a place-name in Suffolk). They rose to their highest prominence as Duke of Devonshire and Duke of Newcastle .

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