Tony Jordan (born 1957), is a British television writer
Tony Jordan is a British television writer. He was listed as the number 1 television screen writer in the UK by Broadcast magazine (2008) and among British Broadcastings Top 20 in The Stage (2009)., He currently resides in Hertfordshire.
Tony Jordan may also refer to:
J. Anthony "Tony" Jordan is an American politician and former Republican member of the New York State Assembly, representing the 113th Assembly District from 2009-2013. He is currently the District Attorney of Washington County, New York.
Anthony T. Jordan is a former American football running back who played two seasons with the Phoenix Cardinals of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Phoenix Cardinals in the fifth round of the 1988 NFL Draft. He played college football at Kansas State University and attended East High School in Rochester, New York. He was also a member of the Houston Oilers.
Anthony Mervyn Jorden is a former English sportsman who played international rugby union for England and first-class cricket.
Antony T. Jordan is a retired professional American football player who played linebacker for the Indianapolis Colts and Atlanta Falcons. He was also a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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Abdullah or Abdallah is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name, Arabic: عبد الله, built from the Arabic words Abd and Allah. The first letter a in Al-Ilah in its native pronunciation is often unstressed and commonly transliterated by u, a stressed a is often used as well, although any vowel can also be used. It is one of many Arabic theophoric names, meaning servant of God. Gods Follower is also a meaning of this name. The feminine counterpart of this name is Amatullah.
Anthony or Tony Martin may refer to:
Anthony, Antony or Tony Williams may refer to:
Abdel Hamid is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ḥamid. The name means "servant of the All-laudable", al-Ḥamīd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Steve, Stephen or Steven Jordan may refer to:
Michael or Mike Jordan may refer to:
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Schmidt is a common German occupational surname derived from the German word "Schmied" meaning "blacksmith" and/or "metalworker". This surname is the German equivalent of "Smith" in the English-speaking world.
Nabīl or Nabeel is a male given name of Arabic origin, meaning "noble". The feminine version is Nabila, Nabeela, Nabilah or Nabeelah.
Antonio is a Greek, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese first name of Latin origin. In the English language it is translated as Anthony, and has some female derivatives: Antonia, Antónia, Antonieta, Antonietta, and Antonella. It also has some male derivatives, such as Anthonio, Antò, Antonis, Antoñito, Antonino, Antonello, Tonio, Tono, Toño, Toñín, Tonino, Nantonio, Ninni, Totò, Tó, Tonini, Tony, Toni, Toninho, Toñito, and Tonis.
Benn is a surname and given name. It may refer to:
James Jordan, Jim Jordan or Jimmy Jordan may refer to:
Hussein, coming from the triconsonantal root Ḥ-S-N, is an Arabic name which is the diminutive of Hassan, meaning "good", "handsome" or "beautiful". It is commonly given as a male given name, particularly among Shias. In Persian language contexts, the transliterations Ḥosayn, Hosayn, or Hossein are sometimes used. In the transliteration of Indo-Aryan languages, the forms "Hussain" or "Hossain" may be used. Other variants include Husein, Husejin, Husejn, Husain, Hussin, Hussain, Husayin, Hussayin, Hüseyin, Husseyin, Huseyn, Hossain, Hosein, Husseyn (etc.).
Jordan Brown may refer to:
Tony Smith may refer to:
The name Jordan can refer to several things. The origin of the name is Hebrew ירדן (Yarden), meaning "one who descends" or "to flow down". The form found in Western names comes from its Greek form Ἰορδάνης (Iordanes). In Latin it is Jordanus, in Italian Giordano, in Spanish Jordán, in Portuguese Jordão, in German Jordan, Dutch Jordaan, in French Jourdain, in Irish Iordáin, in Romanian Iordan, in Serbian Jordan, and in Catalan Jordà. Jordan can be either a given name or a surname. As a given name, the English form is unisex.
William Jordan may refer to:
Tata or TATA may refer to:
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