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Ian Smith (disambiguation)

"Ian Smith" is composed of at least 9 distinct authors, divided by their works.

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Works have been aliased into Ian K. Smith.

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Works have been aliased into Ian Douglas Smith.

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#1 - Ian K. Smith, M.D., is a medical/health reporter for NBC’s Nightly News and the Today show. He also writes a weekly health column for the New York Daily News and is a medical columnist for Time magazine. Dr. Smith graduated from Harvard University and earned a master’s degree in science education from Columbia University. He attended Dartmouth Medical School and the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine. He is also the author of Dr. Ian Smith’s Guide to Medical Websites. Dr. Smith lives in Manhattan. ( http://www.randomhouse.com/author/res... )

#2 - Ian DOUGLAS Smith is the former Prime Minister of Rhodesia who lead that country into its ultimately unsuccessful effort to unilaterally declare its independence and preserve white-minority rule there. The failure of that effort brought majority rule to the new state of Zimbabwe. Ian Douglas Smith appears to be the author of the one title above on Zimbabwe. His other work appears under the LT entry for Ian Douglas Smith. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Smit... )

#3 - Ian Smith is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Ian Smith include What's in the Sky?, How Does It Grow?, What's in the Sky?, and Seasons (QEB Start Talking).

#4 - Ian Smith practised as a solicitor in London from 1995 and was a solicitor advocate until his call to the Bar in 2003. Ian is a commercial litigator, whose practice encompasses complex and high value cases often with an international dimension. Ian Smith is the lead editor and co-author of the practitioners' text Smith, Owen & Bodnar on Asset Recovery: Criminal Confiscation and Civil Recovery (2007, Oxford University Press), a regular speaker at conferences and writer in the legal press. He is a founding committee member of the Proceeds of Crime Lawyers’ Association. ( http://www.11sb.com/barristers/ian-sm... )

#6 - Ian Smith began notable comic writing began in college with mini-comics, zines, and drummer wanted flyers. Self published The Odd Adventure-Zine for 4 issues, which became the critically acclaimed Oddjob series for SLG publishing. Jumped to moving sequential art upon completing The Sexy Chef, a feature length low budget comedy. Currently resides in Portland OR, sharing a house with like minded artist malcontents, working on new scripts for both comic and film, and recording music with studio band Somerset Meadows. ( http://www.onesmithtwosmith.com/emily... )

#7 - Ian Smith is a business writer and professional copywriter. He is the author of Meeting Customer Needs published by Butterworth Heinemann and of several Open University Business School courses.

#8 - ( http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ian-Smith/e/B... )

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