Antoinette, 1888–1946, U.S. actress, theatrical manager, and producer.
Bliss, 1860–1954, U.S. educator, literary critic, and editor.
Frederick John (“Fred”) 1909–1995, British tennis player.
[kal-breyth] /ˈkæl breɪθ/ (Show IPA), 1794–1858, U.S. commodore.
his brother, Oliver Hazard, 1785–1819, U.S. naval officer.
Ralph Barton, 1876–1957, U.S. philosopher and educator.
a male given name: from a Middle English word meaning “pear tree.”.
noun (pl) -ries
alcoholic drink made of pears, similar in taste to cider
Fred(erick John). 1909–95, English tennis and table-tennis player; world singles table-tennis champion (1929); as a tennis player he won eight Grand Slam singles titles including the US Open three times (1933–34, 1936) and Wimbledon three times (1934–36)
Grayson. born 1960, English potter, embroiderer, and film-maker; won the Turner Prize (2003).
Matthew Calbraith. 1794–1858, US naval officer, who led a naval expedition to Japan that obtained a treaty (1854) opening up Japan to western trade
his brother, Oliver Hazard. 1785–1819, US naval officer. His defeat of a British squadron on Lake Erie (1813) was the turning point in the War of 1812, leading to the recapture of Detroit
Sir Arthur (Edward Drummond) 1891–1975, English composer. Tasker [tas-ker] /ˈtæs kər/ (Show IPA), Howard, 1853–1930, U.S. general. noun perfect happiness; serene joy the ecstatic joy of heaven noun Sir Arthur. 1891–1975, British composer; Master of the Queen’s Musick (1953–75). His works include the Colour Symphony (1922), film and ballet music, and a cello concerto (1970) […]
bliss-11 language A cross-compiler for the PDP-11 running on a PDP-10. Written at CMU to support the C.mmp/Hydra project. (2002-02-01)