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Timothy D. Sweeney is an American computer game programmer and conservationist. He is known for being the founder and CEO of Epic Games and the creator of the Unreal Engine.
Timothy Paul Sweeney is an American former professional ice hockey player. He was born in Boston, but grew up in Weymouth, Massachusetts. Sweeney played for Boston College from 1985–89.
Tim Sweeney was an Irish sportsman. He played hurling with his local club Foneagh and was a member of the Galway senior inter-county team between 1949 and 1963.
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The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame was established in 1970 to honor outstanding athletes, teams and sport builders in the Canadian province of New Brunswick. The Sports Hall of Fame operates a Sports Museum at 503 Queen Street in the province's capital city of Fredericton, equipped with interactive exhibits and one of the largest collection of charcoal portraits in the province, one for each of its 231 Honoured Members.
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Sweeney is a surname that, though closely associated with Ireland, is of Scottish origin, derived from the Gaelic Mac Suibhne meaning "son of Suibhne". The Gaelic personal name Suibhne was originally a byname meaning "pleasant" or "well-disposed" and is associated with Clan Sweeney. The Gaelic personal name was also used an equivalent to the unrelated Old Norse personal name Sveinn, meaning "boy", "servant".
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