[klahs pawn-tuh s] /klɑs ˈpɔn təs/ (Show IPA), 1844–1916, Swedish author and politician: Nobel Peace Prize 1908.
arnon swift, the southern boundary of the territory of Israel beyond Jordan, separating it from the land of Moab (Deut. 3:8, 16). This river (referred to twenty-four times in the Bible) rises in the mountains of Gilead, and after a circuitous course of about 80 miles through a deep ravine it falls into the Dead […]
a city in North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany. Historical Examples My wife dead, my own heart broken, Arnsberg ruined and disgraced! The Goose Girl Harold MacGrath Arnsberg, nothing that I can do will restore these wasted years. The Goose Girl Harold MacGrath As a pis-aller, this was accepted; and Ries remained at Arnsberg about nine months, […]
a.d. 850?–899, emperor of the Holy Roman Empire 887–899: crowned 896. Historical Examples “You must ask my young lord there,” and he pointed to Arnulf. Hereward, The Last of the English Charles Kingsley That is not well done, Arnulf, to talk of ladies to men whom they do not know. Hereward, The Last of the […]
aro after receipt of order Army Research Office Association for Research in Otolaryngology Historical Examples The corresponding name Arinfast (aro, arin, eagle) was also in ancient use among the Danes. Surnames as a Science Robert Ferguson Jameson, a rich member of the aro Club, who thinks of buying the Hawk. Motor Matt’s Hard Luck Stanley […]