1515–57, fourth wife of Henry VIII of England.
1515–57, the fourth wife of Henry VIII of England: their marriage (1540) was annulled after six months
Anne Robert Jacques [an raw-ber zhahk] /ˈan rɔˈbɛr ˈʒɑk/ (Show IPA), 1727–81, French statesman, financier, and economist. Historical Examples Words are sometimes things; but never were words so completely things as those with which Turgot welcomed Franklin. Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 73, November, 1863 Various Perhaps we see him most characteristically in his correspondence […]
Anne, 1888–1957, U.S. novelist and author of books for children. (Frederick) Maxfield [maks-feeld] /ˈmæksˌfild/ (Show IPA), 1870–1966, U.S. painter and illustrator. Contemporary Examples But in a bizarre twist of fate, Parrish may end up in The Hunger Games after all. Weeds’s Hunter Parrish: The Final Seasons and Those Shirtless Scenes Itay Hod June 30, 2012 […]
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Anne, born 1941, U.S. novelist. Dan (Daniel McLaren) 1823–1900, U.S. circus clown, circus owner, and Union patriot. Elmer, 1892–1967, U.S. playwright. Jerry Lee, born 1962, U.S. football player. Grantland [grant-luh nd] /ˈgrænt lənd/ (Show IPA), 1880–1954, U.S. journalist. Contemporary Examples In time for Halloween, bestselling novelist anne rice shares with The Daily Beast her favorite […]
to heat (glass, earthenware, metals, etc.) to remove or prevent internal stress. to free from internal stress by heating and gradually cooling. to toughen or temper. Biochemistry. to recombine (nucleic acid strands) at low temperature after separating by heat. to fuse colors onto (a vitreous or metallic surface) by heating. an act, instance, or product […]