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Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara, Longevity Expert, Dies at (or Lives to) 105

Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara, Longevity Expert, Dies at (or Lives to) 105

Dr. Shigeaki Hinohara, right, with Emperor Akihito in 2006 in Tokyo. Dr. Hinohara’s advice helped make Japan the world leader in longevity.
Keith Baird, Linguist Who Fought the Use of ‘Negro,’ Dies at 94

Keith Baird, Linguist Who Fought the Use of ‘Negro,’ Dies at 94

Keith Baird in 2015. He argued in favor of using the term Afro-American.
Dr. G. Yunupingu, Australian Aboriginal Singer, Dies at 46

Dr. G. Yunupingu, Australian Aboriginal Singer, Dies at 46

Dr. G. Yunupingu, as he is now known in the local news media, performing in 2015. His given names and images of his face were largely absent from local coverage of his death, in keeping with
Gr: Andrew Paulson, Chess Impresario and Serial Entrepreneur, Dies at 58

Gr: Andrew Paulson, Chess Impresario and Serial Entrepreneur, Dies at 58

Andrew Paulson at his apartment in London in 2016.
Andrew Paulson, Chess Impresario and Serial Entrepreneur, Dies at 58

Andrew Paulson, Chess Impresario and Serial Entrepreneur, Dies at 58

Andrew Paulson at his apartment in London in 2016.
Robert Farmer, Resourceful Fund-Raiser for Democrats, Dies at 78

Robert Farmer, Resourceful Fund-Raiser for Democrats, Dies at 78

Robert Farmer with Vice President Al Gore in the 1990s.
Mervyn Rose, 7-Time Grand Slam Champion in Tennis, Dies at 87

Mervyn Rose, 7-Time Grand Slam Champion in Tennis, Dies at 87

Mervyn Rose competing in the French Championships in 1957.
David E.H. Jones, Scientist Whose Alter Ego Challenged Conventions, Dies at 79

David E.H. Jones, Scientist Whose Alter Ego Challenged Conventions, Dies at 79

David E. H. Jones riding a bicycle he designed in a 1969 photo used as the cover of his 2011 book “The Aha! Moment.”
Lee May, the Big Bopper for the Reds, Dies at 74

Lee May, the Big Bopper for the Reds, Dies at 74

Lee May, playing first base for the Baltimore Orioles, tagged out Carl Yastzremski of the Boston Red Sox in 1977.
Carl E. Reichardt, Leader of Wells Fargo in the 1980s and ’90s, Dies at 86

Carl E. Reichardt, Leader of Wells Fargo in the 1980s and ’90s, Dies at 86

Carl E. Reichardt in his office in San Francisco in 1982 after being named chief executive of Wells Fargo.
Judith Jones, Editor of Literature and Culinary Delight, Dies at 93

Judith Jones, Editor of Literature and Culinary Delight, Dies at 93

Judith Jones in her apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in 2007.
Rula Quawas, Champion of Women’s Advancement in Jordan, Dies at 57

Rula Quawas, Champion of Women’s Advancement in Jordan, Dies at 57

Rula Quawas in 2016 with students at the University of Jordan.
John Reaves, Quarterback Who Set Passing Mark at Florida, Dies at 67

John Reaves, Quarterback Who Set Passing Mark at Florida, Dies at 67

Quarterback John Reaves after the 1971 Florida-Miami football game, in which he established the N.C.A.A. career passing record at the time.
Jeff Brotman, Founder of Retail Juggernaut Costco, Dies at 74

Jeff Brotman, Founder of Retail Juggernaut Costco, Dies at 74

Jeff Brotman in 2011. He was a founder of the warehouse chain Costco, one of the world’s largest retailers.