Saint, 1195–1231, Franciscan monk and preacher in Italy and France.
Saint. 1195–1231, Franciscan friar, who preached in France and Italy. Feast day: June 13
Adam Clayton, Jr. 1908–72, U.S. clergyman, politician, and civil-rights leader: congressman 1945–67, 1969–71. Anthony, 1905–2000, English author. Cecil Frank, 1903–69, English physicist: Nobel prize 1950. Colin [koh-lin,, kol-in] /ˈkoʊ lɪn,, ˈkɒl ɪn/ (Show IPA), born 1937, U.S. general: chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff 1989–96; secretary of state 2001–05. Earl (Bud) 1924–66, U.S. jazz pianist […]
Anthony, 1815–82, English novelist. Contemporary Examples Trollope is almost alone in being the great bard of liberal democracy. The Case for Trollope David Frum February 4, 2013 Historical Examples We have seen no one but Mrs. Trollope and her pretty little girl Beatrice, who is a musical genius. George Eliot’s Life, Vol. II (of 3) […]
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Sir Anthony, 1599–1641, Flemish painter. Historical Examples In many of the other examples strewn about the country he shows yet a greater approach to Van Dyck. Van Dyck Percy M. Turner Van Dyck was never more than a prince; just an heir to the throne. The Children’s Book of Celebrated Pictures Lorinda Munson Bryant Van […]
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Sir Anthony, . . . Printing. a proof having white lines on a brown ground or vice versa, made from a negative for a plate. Historical Examples anthony vandyke Copley Fielding belonged to an artistic family. Masters of Water-Colour Painting H. M. Cundall n. “short, pointed beard,” 1894, from the style shown on portraits by […]