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Gary US English

An industrial city in northwestern Indiana, on Lake Michigan, southeast of Chicago; population 95,920 (est. 2008)

Player, Gary US English

(1936-), South African golfer. He won numerous championships including the Masters (1961, 1974, 1978), the PGA (1962, 1972), the US Open (1965), and the British Open (1959, 1968, 1974)

Cooper, Gary US English

(1901–61), US actor; born Frank James Cooper. He is noted for his Academy-Award-winning performances in Sergeant York (1941) and High Noon (1952). Other notable movies: The Virginian (1929) and For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943)

Sobers, Gary US English

(B.1936), West Indian cricketer; full name Sir Garfield St Aubrun Sobers. During his test career he scored more than 8,000 runs and took 235 wickets

Larson, Gary US English

(1950-), US cartoonist and writer. His one-panel comic “The Far Side,” (1984–95) was syndicated in more than 900 newspapers

Lineker, Gary US English

(B.1960), English footballer; full name Gary Winston Lineker. A striker with Leicester City, Everton, Barcelona, and Tottenham Hotspur, he scored 48 goals for England, one short of Bobby Charlton’s record

Gary Weinstein in Kasparov, Garry US English

(1963-), Azerbaijani chess player; born Gary Weinstein. In 1985, at the age of 22, he defeated Anatoli Karpov to become the youngest-ever world chess champion. In 1997, he was beaten in a match with the IBM computer Deeper Blue, a loss that did not affect his world championship title

Gary Winston Lineker in Lineker, Gary US English

(B.1960), English footballer; full name Gary Winston Lineker. A striker with Leicester City, Everton, Barcelona, and Tottenham Hotspur, he scored 48 goals for England, one short of Bobby Charlton’s record