Yvonne. 1892–1958, French actress, who was well-known on the London stage and in British films. A theatre in Guildford is named after her
arnaud Faye, who spent four years under the tutelage of Bertron at Relais Bernard Loiseau, has a similar outlook.
Do Michelin Stars Still Matter? Brandon Presser May 7, 2014
arnaud de Borchgrave, now an editor at large for UPI, met Omar in Afghanistan in June 2001.
Mullah Omar Should Be Next to Go Allan Dodds Frank May 2, 2011
I was the girl, so my brother, arnaud, was the designated heir of the business.
The Queen of Foie Gras David Lincoln Ross December 28, 2010
arnaud has the strong, firmly cut features and brooding eyes of the real Cesare.
The Borgias’ Entertaining Excess Allen Barra May 20, 2011
But I must go; I have loitered too long, and arnaud ought to go to his breakfast.’
The Heir of Redclyffe Charlotte M. Yonge
The figure behind the hands grows and grows beneath arnaud’s fingers.
Uncanny Tales Various
His Majesty even wrote some bad verses, of which the sense was, that Voltaire was a setting sun, and that arnaud was rising.
Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3) Thomas Babington Macaulay
And arnaud was now ready to offer up his life for the recovery of the valleys.
The Huguenots in France Samuel Smiles.
“You have never hurt me, arnaud,” she assured him, conscious of the inadequacy of her words.
Linda Condon Joseph Hergesheimer
Major arnaud halted his Louisiana militia on the right of these in line.
The Battle of New Orleans Zachary F. Smith
Ernst Moritz [ernst moh-rits] /ɛrnst ˈmoʊ rɪts/ (Show IPA), 1769–1860, German poet and historian. Historical Examples Some six decades later, when Arndt’s famous question “Was ist das deutsche Vaterland?” Political and Literary essays, 1908-1913 Evelyn Baring The hint of this ballad is found in Arndt’s Murchen, Berlin, 1816. The Works of Whittier, Volume I (of […]
Thomas Augustine, 1710–78, English composer of operas and songs. Contemporary Examples And it is absolutely appropriate for the president and Education Secretary Arne Duncan to be intently focused on doing just that. John Legend: Bill Maher, You’re Wrong on Education John Legend March 15, 2010 “I wanted him to represent Wall Street, but Arne got […]
- Arndt’s law
arndt’s law Arndt’s law (ärnts) n. The principle stating that weak stimuli excite physiological activity, moderately strong stimuli favor it, strong stimuli retard it, and very strong stimuli arrest it.
Arne [ahr-nuh] /ˈɑr nə/ (Show IPA), 1902–71, Swedish biochemist: Nobel prize 1948. Tiselius Ti·se·li·us (tē-sā’lē-əs), Arne Wilhelm Kaurin. 1902-1971. Swedish biochemist. He won a 1948 Nobel Prize for his study of serum proteins.