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26. Colin Bostock-Smith (Person)
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Colin Bostock-Smith (born 1942) is a television and radio comedy writer. Until the age of 30, he was a journalist, noting in a review of an early performance by The Beatles ("four young men with four fringes, three guitars, and some drums") that they were "not nearly as bad as they might have been". He later edited the music newspaper Top Pops. However, he always had- in his words- "this feeling that I would like to write comedy", starting in this area with contributions to the BBC Radio 4 show Week Ending.

27. Iain Blair (Person)
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Iain Blair (12 August 1942 – 3 July 2011) was a Scottish actor and author who, using the pen name Emma Blair wrote a series of romantic novels.

28. Jack Gold (Person)
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Jack Gold (28 June 1930 – 9 August 2015) was a British film and television director. He was part of the British realist tradition which followed the Free Cinema movement.

29. Thea Holme (Person)
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Thea Holme (1904–1980) was an actor and writer. Holme was born Thea Johnston in 1904. Her father was the architect Philip Mainwaring Johnston. She studied art at The Slade and then theatre at the Central School of Drama. She made her professional stage debut in 1924 as Hippolyta in A Midsummer Night's Dream, at the Richmond Theatre. She was in repertory at the Oxford Playhouse, where her husband Stanford Holme was producer, in the 1930s. She performed for both the Council for the Encouragement of Music and the Arts and the BBC Repertory Company during World War II, as well as directing at the Open Air Theatre in Regent's Park. She subsequently moved with her husband to Carlyle's House in...

30. Pippa Guard (Person)
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Pippa Guard (born Philippa Ann Guard, on 13 October 1952, in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a British actress. Guard briefly attended the University of Montreal, first studying English and drama and then nursing, before returning to Britain to attend the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She left RADA in 1975 as winner of the Ronson, Kendall and Pole prizes and was named as "Britain's Most Promising Actress". Guard joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1976, and first attracted attention when she took over the role of Juliet from a sick Francesca Annis. She played Hermia in John Barton's 1977 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Luciana in Trevor Nunn's musical Comedy of Errors and Evie in...

31. Peter Finch (Person)
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Frederick George Peter Ingle Finch (28 September 1916 – 14 January 1977) was an English-born Australian actor. He is best remembered for his role as "crazed" television anchorman Howard Beale in the film Network, which earned him a posthumous Academy Award for Best Actor, his fifth Best Actor award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and a Best Actor award from the Golden Globes. He was the first person to win a posthumous Academy Award in an acting category.

32. Joe Gladwin (Person)
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Joseph "Joe" Gladwin (22 January 1906 – 11 March 1987) was a British actor. He was best known in his roles as myopic Stan Hardman in Nearest and Dearest from 1968 to 1973, and Wally Batty in the world's longest-running sitcom, Last of the Summer Wine in 1975, and again from 1976 to 1987.

33. Tim Potter (Person)
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Tim Potter (born 1956) is an English actor in theatre, films and TV since the 1980s. His stage work includes playing the role of Salvador Dali in the original production of Terry Johnson's Hysteria at the Royal Court in 1993, and Charles II in Stephen Jeffreys' The Libertine the following year. He has appeared in productions of plays by Edward Bond, Oscar Wilde, Dario Fo, Tennessee Williams, Samuel Beckett, Shakespeare, George Etherege and Jim Cartwright. and worked for directors including Sam Mendes, Phyllida Lloyd, Neil Bartlett, Ken Russell, Benjamin Ross, Julian Jarrold, Steven Berkoff, Max Stafford-Clark, Philip Prowse, Uberto Pasolini, Deborah Warner and Stephen Frears.

34. George Skillan (Person)
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George Skillan (1893–1975) was a British stage, television and film actor. Film Television

35. Michael Booth (Person)
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Michael Booth is an English food and travel writer and journalist who writes regularly for a variety of newspapers and magazines including the Independent on Sunday, Condé Nast Traveller, Monocle and Time Out, among many other publications at home and abroad.

36. Barbara Flynn (Person)
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Barbara Flynn (born Barbara Joy McMurray, 5 August 1948, in St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex) is an English actress. She first became known for her role as Freda Ashton in the ITV drama series A Family at War, which followed the fortunes of a lower middle class family living in Liverpool from 1938 and throughout World War II. She played Judith Fitzgerald, the long-suffering wife of Eddie Fitzgerald, the protagonist of the British Television series Cracker. She was the milk lady, Granville's unrequited love interest, in the BBC's Open All Hours.

37. John Glyn-Jones (Person)
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John Glyn-Jones (28 August 1909 – 21 January 1997) was a British television and film actor. His father was a Member of Parliament and he was educated at Bishop's Stortford College and Oxford University. He began his acting career in repertory theatre in Oxford and with the BBC Drama Repertory Company. As well as acting he was also a producer and director.

38. Garrick Hagon (Person)
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Garrick Hagon (born 27 September 1939) is a film, stage, television and radio actor best known for his role as Biggs Darklighter in Star Wars: A New Hope. His many films include Batman, Spy Game, Me and Orson Welles and The Message. He was the rebel leader Ky in Doctor Who: The Mutants and played Simon Gerrard, Debbie Aldridge's husband in BBC’s The Archers.

39. John Bryans (Person)
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John Bryans (died 2 March 1989) was a British actor, who appeared frequently on television. He is possibly best known for his recurring role as Bercol during the first two series of Blake's 7. He also appeared in the third series as the torturer Shrinker. He also appeared in the Doctor Who serial The Creature from the Pit. Other television credits include: Justice, Danger Man, The Baron, Dixon of Dock Green, Z-Cars, The Champions, Softly, Softly, The First Lady, Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased), The Guardians, The Troubleshooters, Colditz, Rock Follies, The Gentle Touch, Wilde Alliance and Only Fools and Horses. His film roles included the estate agent in the horror anthology The House...

40. Charles Keating (Person)
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Charles Keating (22 October 1941 – 8 August 2014) was an English actor of stage, screen, and television, and a narrator of audiobooks.

41. Imogen Stubbs (Person)
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Imogen Stubbs, Lady Nunn (born 20 February 1961) is an English actress and playwright.

42. John Rhys-Davies (Person)
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John Rhys-Davies (born 5 May 1944) is a Welsh actor and voice actor best known for his portrayal of Gimli in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the charismatic Arab excavator Sallah in the Indiana Jones films. He also played Agent Michael Malone in the 1993 remake of the 1950s television series The Untouchables, Pilot Vasco Rodrigues in the mini-series Shōgun, Professor Maximillian Arturo in Sliders, King Richard I in Robin of Sherwood, General Leonid Pushkin in the James Bond film The Living Daylights, and Macro in I, Claudius. Additionally, he provided the voices of Cassim in Disney's Aladdin and the King of Thieves, Man Ray in SpongeBob SquarePants, Hades in Justice League and Tobias...

43. Mario Fabrizi (Person)
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Mario Fabrizi (1924–1963) was an English comedian and actor of Italian descent, noted for his luxuriant moustache, active in Britain in the 1950s and early 1960s.

44. Bernie Clifton (Person)
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Bernie Clifton (born 30 April 1936 as Bernard Quinn in St Helens, England) is a British comedian and entertainer. He began his teenage career singing with a dance band before working the pubs and clubs, doing shows in Blackpool and then progressing on to television where he appeared on the BBC television series Crackerjack with Michael Aspel, Peter Glaze, Don Maclean and Jan Hunt in the 1970s. He was the main character in a 1989 CBBC show with a magic theme called Tricky Business, which also featured Leslie Schofield and the magic of Paul Zenon. Later he became a radio presenter for BBC Radio Sheffield.

45. Betty Huntley-Wright (Person)
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Betty Huntley-Wright (3 December 1911 – 27 May 1993) was a British actress and vocalist. Daughter of the comic actor Huntley Wright, she had a long career on stage, chiefly in comedy and pantomime, and in film, radio and television. Later she also ran an antiques business in London.

46. Jan Hunt (Person)
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Jan Hunt (born 13 March 1946) is a British comedian, actress and Music Hall performer, who appeared on BBC television series Crackerjack with Michael Aspel, Ed Stewart, Peter Glaze and Don Maclean in the 1970s. She would often be seen playing an old lady in dramatisations, involving her donning a grey wig and glasses and putting her hand on her hip to suggest a bad back. Her later career included playing Ellie May in Show Boat (Adelphi Theatre London 1971) in which she first performed her trademark "spoons" routine. She frequently performed at London's Players' Theatre, and on BBC TV's The Good Old Days, notably as Marie Lloyd. Her Paper Moon Theatre Company continues to provide Music...

47. Frank Thornton (Person)
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actor from England

48. Nat Jackley (Person)
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Nat Jackley (16 July 1909 — 17 September 1988) was an English comic actor starring in variety, film and pantomime from the 1920s to the mid-1980s whose trademark rubber-neck dance, skeletal frame and peculiar speech impediment made him a formidable and funny comedian and pantomime dame. His later years were spent as a character actor in films and television.

49. Alan Bell (Person)
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Alan J. W. Bell (born 14 November 1937) is a British television producer and director. He has produced and/or directed many BBC series since the early 1970s, most notably Last of the Summer Wine,Ripping Yarns and the TV adaptation of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. He was also assigned to re-edit and improve Ronnie Barker's short 1982 film, By the Sea. Other comedy shows include There's a Lot of it About, The Hello Goodbye Man, The Clairvoyant, Wyatt's Watchdogs, Dogfood Dan and the Carmarthen Cowboy and Split Ends.

50. Giles Havergal (Person)
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Giles Pollock Havergal CBE (born 9 June 1938) is a theatre director, actor, director, teacher, and adaptor. He was artistic director of Glasgow's Citizens Theatre from 1969 until he stepped down in 2003, one of the triumvirate of directors at the theatre, alongside Philip Prowse and Robert David MacDonald.

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rdfs:label Result #33[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
Result #34
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#6afcd21fd327438b9fe7bf06f7ff5c6f
olo:item /6afcd21fd327438b9fe7bf06f7ff5c6f#id
rdfs:label Result #34[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
olo:index 34” (xsd:integer)
Result #36
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#9bb73533ed5e49e38236fcdd5b8ca01f
olo:item /9bb73533ed5e49e38236fcdd5b8ca01f#id
olo:index 36” (xsd:integer)
rdfs:label Result #36[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
Result #50
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#784f8bc42158433c9b8d71a24b714366
olo:index 50” (xsd:integer)
olo:item /784f8bc42158433c9b8d71a24b714366#id
rdf:type olo:Slot
rdfs:label Result #50[en-gb]
Barbara Flynn (Person)
Universal identifier /9bb73533ed5e49e38236fcdd5b8ca01f#id
rdfs:comment Barbara Flynn (born Barbara Joy McMurray, 5 August 1948, in St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex) is an English actress. She first became known for her role as Freda Ashton in the ITV drama series A Family at War, which followed the fortunes of a lower middle class family living in Liverpool from 1938 and throughout World War II. She played Judith Fitzgerald, the long-suffering wife of Eddie Fitzgerald, the protagonist of the British Television series Cracker. She was the milk lady, Granville's unrequited love interest, in the BBC's Open All Hours.
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:label Barbara Flynn[en-gb]
rdfs:label Barbara Flynn
Betty Huntley-Wright (Person)
Universal identifier /bd5337a96b2d4d9289eee1065cb5236d#id
rdfs:comment Betty Huntley-Wright (3 December 1911 – 27 May 1993) was a British actress and vocalist. Daughter of the comic actor Huntley Wright, she had a long career on stage, chiefly in comedy and pantomime, and in film, radio and television. Later she also ran an antiques business in London.
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:label Betty Huntley-Wright[en-gb]
rdfs:label Betty Huntley-Wright
John Glyn-Jones (Person)
Universal identifier /7d5b0b1775b648bfb207d89f5a13a2cb#id
rdfs:comment John Glyn-Jones (28 August 1909 – 21 January 1997) was a British television and film actor. His father was a Member of Parliament and he was educated at Bishop's Stortford College and Oxford University. He began his acting career in repertory theatre in Oxford and with the BBC Drama Repertory Company. As well as acting he was also a producer and director.
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:label John Glyn-Jones[en-gb]
rdfs:label John Glyn-Jones
Frank Thornton (Person)
Universal identifier /11c1fd93737e49e89ab284333ac61458#id
rdfs:comment actor from England[en]
rdfs:comment Frank Thornton Ball (15 January 1921 – 16 March 2013) was an English actor. He was known for playing Captain Peacock in Are You Being Served? and its sequel Grace & Favour (Are You Being Served? Again!) and as Truly in Last of the Summer Wine.
rdfs:label Frank Thornton[en-gb]
rdfs:label Frank Thornton[en]
rdfs:label Frank Thornton
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdf:type http://www.wikidata.org/ontology#Item
rdf:type foaf:Person
Mario Fabrizi (Person)
Universal identifier /552d0f0d86bf45d19d16373be8f14d3a#id
rdfs:comment Mario Fabrizi (1924–1963) was an English comedian and actor of Italian descent, noted for his luxuriant moustache, active in Britain in the 1950s and early 1960s.
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:label Mario Fabrizi[en-gb]
rdfs:label Mario Fabrizi
Iain Blair (Person)
Universal identifier /40208f8f99b6487eb3ee94bfe223ac55#id
rdfs:comment Iain Blair (12 August 1942 – 3 July 2011) was a Scottish actor and author who, using the pen name Emma Blair wrote a series of romantic novels.
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:label Iain Blair[en-gb]
rdfs:label Iain Blair
Result #40
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#ef01495c1a3a4a56ad531b4940087059
rdfs:label Result #40[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
olo:index 40” (xsd:integer)
olo:item /ef01495c1a3a4a56ad531b4940087059#id
Pippa Guard (Person)
Universal identifier /c78525dbe27e4201bb4ca82ce00d9503#id
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:label Pippa Guard[en-gb]
rdfs:label Pippa Guard
rdfs:comment Pippa Guard (born Philippa Ann Guard, on 13 October 1952, in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a British actress. Guard briefly attended the University of Montreal, first studying English and drama and then nursing, before returning to Britain to attend the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She left RADA in 1975 as winner of the Ronson, Kendall and Pole prizes and was named as "Britain's Most Promising Actress". Guard joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1976, and first attracted attention when she took over the role of Juliet from a sick Francesca Annis. She played Hermia in John Barton's 1977 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Luciana in Trevor Nunn's musical Comedy of Errors and Evie in...
Result #28
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#77f35e6e209d4f62a0af80a37b8084e4
rdf:type olo:Slot
rdfs:label Result #28[en-gb]
olo:index 28” (xsd:integer)
olo:item /77f35e6e209d4f62a0af80a37b8084e4#id
Result #49
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#c4f13e9433f34bc4873c3a6bb833d8df
olo:item /c4f13e9433f34bc4873c3a6bb833d8df#id
olo:index 49” (xsd:integer)
rdfs:label Result #49[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
Result #38
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#b772d44a253b466b92b13c3be76fb5e3
olo:item /b772d44a253b466b92b13c3be76fb5e3#id
rdfs:label Result #38[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
olo:index 38” (xsd:integer)
/people.html?offset=25
Universal identifier /people.html?offset=25
rdf:type dcmitype:Text
dct:format http://purl.org/NET/mediatypes/text/html
Result #35
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#541a5cbb13864d1db2440b319894c71c
olo:item /541a5cbb13864d1db2440b319894c71c#id
olo:index 35” (xsd:integer)
rdf:type olo:Slot
rdfs:label Result #35[en-gb]
Result #39
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#a4d592345f84493eaea36e62ebf2b5ae
olo:item /a4d592345f84493eaea36e62ebf2b5ae#id
rdf:type olo:Slot
rdfs:label Result #39[en-gb]
olo:index 39” (xsd:integer)
Result #30
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#c78525dbe27e4201bb4ca82ce00d9503
olo:item /c78525dbe27e4201bb4ca82ce00d9503#id
olo:index 30” (xsd:integer)
rdfs:label Result #30[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
Giles Havergal (Person)
Universal identifier /784f8bc42158433c9b8d71a24b714366#id
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:label Giles Havergal[en-gb]
rdfs:label Giles Havergal
rdfs:comment Giles Pollock Havergal CBE (born 9 June 1938) is a theatre director, actor, director, teacher, and adaptor. He was artistic director of Glasgow's Citizens Theatre from 1969 until he stepped down in 2003, one of the triumvirate of directors at the theatre, alongside Philip Prowse and Robert David MacDonald.
Result #29
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#cc96c5cf05ab41a3a2988604f69952a4
olo:item /cc96c5cf05ab41a3a2988604f69952a4#id
olo:index 29” (xsd:integer)
rdf:type olo:Slot
rdfs:label Result #29[en-gb]
Result #31
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#9e1b5767eab542abb353b4f7a80a811e
olo:item /9e1b5767eab542abb353b4f7a80a811e#id
olo:index 31” (xsd:integer)
rdfs:label Result #31[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
Result #48
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#148f8dd1bb074c789183df1e8a89371a
olo:index 48” (xsd:integer)
olo:item /148f8dd1bb074c789183df1e8a89371a#id
rdfs:label Result #48[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
People (Dataset)
Universal identifier /people
rdf:type void:Dataset
rdfs:label People[en-gb]
Imogen Stubbs (Person)
Universal identifier /872e3f03b2104fa895a20c680454cba0#id
rdfs:label Imogen Stubbs[en-gb]
rdfs:label Imogen Stubbs
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:comment Imogen Stubbs, Lady Nunn (born 20 February 1961) is an English actress and playwright.
John Rhys-Davies (Person)
Universal identifier /91a286589e344d6b824492eb003f38fa#id
rdfs:comment John Rhys-Davies (born 5 May 1944) is a Welsh actor and voice actor best known for his portrayal of Gimli in The Lord of the Rings trilogy and the charismatic Arab excavator Sallah in the Indiana Jones films. He also played Agent Michael Malone in the 1993 remake of the 1950s television series The Untouchables, Pilot Vasco Rodrigues in the mini-series Shōgun, Professor Maximillian Arturo in Sliders, King Richard I in Robin of Sherwood, General Leonid Pushkin in the James Bond film The Living Daylights, and Macro in I, Claudius. Additionally, he provided the voices of Cassim in Disney's Aladdin and the King of Thieves, Man Ray in SpongeBob SquarePants, Hades in Justice League and Tobias...
rdfs:label John Rhys-Davies[en-gb]
rdfs:label John Rhys-Davies
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdf:type foaf:Person
Result #46
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#d4c5c8a5b7dc46169c4048dd75e2d422
olo:index 46” (xsd:integer)
olo:item /d4c5c8a5b7dc46169c4048dd75e2d422#id
rdf:type olo:Slot
rdfs:label Result #46[en-gb]
Garrick Hagon (Person)
Universal identifier /b772d44a253b466b92b13c3be76fb5e3#id
rdfs:comment Garrick Hagon (born 27 September 1939) is a film, stage, television and radio actor best known for his role as Biggs Darklighter in Star Wars: A New Hope. His many films include Batman, Spy Game, Me and Orson Welles and The Message. He was the rebel leader Ky in Doctor Who: The Mutants and played Simon Gerrard, Debbie Aldridge's husband in BBC’s The Archers.
rdfs:label Garrick Hagon[en-gb]
rdfs:label Garrick Hagon
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdf:type owl:Thing
Result #41
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#872e3f03b2104fa895a20c680454cba0
olo:index 41” (xsd:integer)
rdfs:label Result #41[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
olo:item /872e3f03b2104fa895a20c680454cba0#id
George Skillan (Person)
Universal identifier /6afcd21fd327438b9fe7bf06f7ff5c6f#id
rdfs:label George Skillan[en-gb]
rdfs:label George Skillan
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdfs:comment George Skillan (1893–1975) was a British stage, television and film actor. Film Television
Nat Jackley (Person)
Universal identifier /148f8dd1bb074c789183df1e8a89371a#id
rdfs:comment Nat Jackley (16 July 1909 — 17 September 1988) was an English comic actor starring in variety, film and pantomime from the 1920s to the mid-1980s whose trademark rubber-neck dance, skeletal frame and peculiar speech impediment made him a formidable and funny comedian and pantomime dame. His later years were spent as a character actor in films and television.
rdf:type foaf:Person
rdf:type owl:Thing
rdfs:label Nat Jackley[en-gb]
rdfs:label Nat Jackley
Result #26
Universal identifier /people?offset=25#a5b9fb0456f045f897ad383b5cfcac7f
olo:index 26” (xsd:integer)
rdfs:label Result #26[en-gb]
rdf:type olo:Slot
olo:item /a5b9fb0456f045f897ad383b5cfcac7f#id