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|Julius Axelrod||Julius Axelrod (May 30, 1912 ? December 29, 2004) was an American biochemist.|
|George Axelrod||George Axelrod (June 9, 1922 ? June 21, 2003) was an American screenwriter, producer, playwright and film director.|
|David Axelrod||David M.|
|David Axelrod||David Axelrod (born April 17, 1936, Los Angeles) is an American composer, arranger and producer, across a wide range of musical genres.|
|Robert Axelrod||Robert Axelrod (born May 29, 1949) is an American actor who has been in several movies and lent his voice to countless television shows including "Digimon.|
|David B. Axelrod||David B.|
|Jim Axelrod||Jim Axelrod is a National Correspondent for CBS News, and reports for the "CBS Evening News" and other CBS News programs.|
|Alan Axelrod||Alan Axelrod is an author of history, business and management.|
|Gleb Axelrod||Gleb Borisovich Axelrod (11 October 1923, Moscow - 2 October 2003, Hannover) was a Russian pianist.|
|Donald Axelrod||Dr Donald Axelrod (January 15, 1916 ? March 16, 1999) was Professor Emeritus and former chairman of the Department of Public Administration & Policy at the State University of New York, Albany (SUNYA).|