Andrew, 1844–1912, Scottish poet, prose writer, and scholar.
[koz-moh] /ˈkɒz moʊ/ (Show IPA), 1864–1945, English clergyman: archbishop of Canterbury 1928–42.
Fritz, 1890–1976, U.S. film director, born in Austria.
Pearl, born 1922, U.S. dancer and choreographer.
But, as andrew lang has so well observed, literature can never take a thing simply for what it is worth.
Lords of the Housetops Various
The light and dainty touch of Mr. andrew lang has not been denied to Punch.
The History of “Punch” M. H. Spielmann
Another celebrated modern journalist and author is Mr. andrew lang.
Literary Byways William Andrews
It seems worth while, however, to let andrew lang speak for himself.
Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete Albert Bigelow Paine
“He goes out nights,” too, on which Mr. andrew lang is so severe, is a form as old as the language and older.
America To-day, Observations and Reflections William Archer
andrew lang declared himself in agreement with this explanation of exogamy.
Totem and Taboo Sigmund Freud
Somers rode slowly over the low Iowa hills, fitting an air in his mind to andrew lang’s dainty verses.
Prairie Gold Various
This, I imagine, means that andrew lang has told them that my humour is forced.
The Note-Books of Samuel Butler Samuel Butler
andrew lang describes the person who may have been the original of these stories in real life.
The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction Dorothy Scarborough
You are aware, of course, that andrew lang is not an individual, but a corporation?
Peeps at People John Kendrick Bangs
a Scot word for long1
Cosmo Gordon, 1st Baron Lang of Lambeth. 1864–1945, British churchman; archbishop of Canterbury (1928–42)
Fritz. 1890–1976, Austrian film director, later in the US, most notable for his silent films, such as Metropolis (1926), M (1931), and The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1932)
Jack (John Thomas). 1876–1975, controversial Labor premier of New South Wales from 1925–27 and from 1930–32, who introduced much social welfare legislation and was dismissed by the governor, Sir Philip Game, in 1932 for acting unconstitutionally
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(Sir) Andrew, born 1948, English composer of musical theater. noun Andrew, Baron Lloyd-Webber. born 1948, English composer. His musicals include Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (1968), Jesus Christ Superstar (1970), and Evita (1978), all with lyrics by Tim Rice, and Cats (1981), Phantom of the Opera (1986), Sunset Boulevard (1993), and The Beautiful Game […]
- Andrew message system
andrew message system messaging A multimedia interface to electronic mail and bulletin boards, developed as part of the Andrew Project. (1994-11-24)
Andrew, 1739–1817, American Revolutionary general. Fort. . Historical Examples My interview with Governor Pickens was, to me, a memorable one. Recollections of Abraham Lincoln 1847-1865 Ward Hill Lamon The center was led by Colonel Pickens, who was in command of the expedition. Stories Of Georgia Joel Chandler Harris As already stated, it was ordered by […]
Drew (Andrew Russell Pearson) 1897–1969, U.S. journalist. Karl, 1857–1936, English statistician. Lester Bowles [bohlz] /boʊlz/ (Show IPA), 1897–1972, Canadian diplomat and politician: Nobel Peace Prize 1957; prime minister 1963–68. Contemporary Examples But as Pearson pointed out, the amount the court required was minimal, at $125 a month. Are You Legally Responsible for Your Elderly Parents? […]