Harris Goodwin Cope was an American football and baseball player and football coach. Cope was a member of the National Football Rules Committee in 1914–15.
Elizabeth Harris may refer to:
Harris George Mirkin was a political science professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He served in the Peace Corps in Ethiopia from 1962-1964, and earned his Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1967.Mirkin aroused controversy with his article "The Pattern of Sexual Politics," published in 1999 in the Journal of Homosexuality.
Harris Glenn Milstead , better known by his stage name Divine, was an American actor, singer, and drag queen. Closely associated with the independent filmmaker John Waters, Divine was a character actor, usually performing female roles in cinematic and theatrical productions, and adopted a female drag persona for his music career.
The Harris Garden is a botanical garden of the University of Reading, situated about 2 miles from the centre of the English town of Reading. It was established in 1972 and expanded into its current form in 1988.
Harris Geospatial Solutions provides software for the analysis and visualization of scientific data and imagery. The company develops products such as IDL, ENVI and IAS which are used in a variety of industries, including remote sensing, engineering, geology, aerospace, defense and intelligence, and medical imaging.
Harris Grade is a post-hardcore band from Hollywood, California, established in 2005.
Harris Gunworks, a Phoenix, Arizona based U.S. firearms manufacturer, began operations as G. McMillan & Co. after Gale McMillan spun off the rifle building portion of his McMillan Rifle Stock business.
Harris Goldberg is a Canadian-born American director, writer and producer. He co-wrote the 1999 film Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo with Rob Schneider and the 2002 film The Master of Disguise with Dana Carvey.
Harris Georgiades is a Greek Cypriot economist and politician.
The Harris Geodetic LW 108 is an American homebuilt aircraft that was designed by J. Warren Harris of Vernal, Utah and made available in the form of plans for amateur construction.
A brown dwarf is a type of substellar object that has a mass between those of the heaviest gas giant planets and the least massive stars, i.e., approximately 13 to 75–80 times that of Jupiter , or approximately 2.5×1028 kg to about 1.5×1029 kg. Below this range are the sub-brown dwarfs (sometimes referred to as rogue planets), and above it are the least massive red dwarfs.
The Brown Dog affair was a political controversy about vivisection that raged in England from 1903 until 1910. It involved the infiltration by Swedish feminists of University of London medical lectures; pitched battles between medical students and the police; police protection for the statue of a dog; a libel trial at the Royal Courts of Justice; and the establishment of a Royal Commission to investigate the use of animals in experiments.