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'''Stephen Hawking''' is a theoretical [[physicist]] and [[cosmologist]] best known for his work on [[black hole]]s and his book ''[[A Brief History of Time]]''.
'''Stephen Hawking''' is a theoretical [[physicist]] and [[cosmologist]] best known for his work on [[black hole]]s and for his book ''[[A Brief History of Time]]''.
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Stephen Hawking is a theoretical physicist and cosmologist best known for his work on black holes and for his book A Brief History of Time.

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