Attucks, Crispus [(at-uhks)]
A black sailor killed in the Boston Massacre.
Note: It is said that he was among the first Americans to die in the struggle for liberty.
to bring into accord, harmony, or sympathetic relationship; adjust: He has attuned himself to living in the quiet country. Archaic. to or bring into harmony, as a musical instrument. Contemporary Examples To make a living off of fiction, most writers must be as attuned to marketing as they are to writing. The Book-Club Hustlers Francesca […]
to bring into accord, harmony, or sympathetic relationship; adjust: He has attuned himself to living in the quiet country. Archaic. to or bring into harmony, as a musical instrument. Contemporary Examples Kayani also has to attune his actions to the politics within his own high command. Pakistan-U.S. Relations Frayed But Not Collapsing Ron Moreau April […]
noun being or bringing into harmony; a feeling of being “at one” with another being Historical Examples The condition of any permanent influx is that the attunement should be habitually and continuously lofty. Spirit and Music H. Ernest Hunt But the higher the development the more individual the attunement. Fantasia of the Unconscious D. H. […]
- Atty. gen.
Attorney General. Contemporary Examples The Atty. Gen. has been ordered to pay the Guardians legal costs, which the paper said amounted to some £96,000. Prince Charles’s ‘Meddling’ Lobbying Letters MUST be Released, Appeal Court Rules Tom Sykes March 11, 2014 Attorney General