[be-nee-taw pah-vlaw] /bɛˈni tɔ ˈpɑ vlɔ/ (Show IPA), 1806–72, president of Mexico 1857–72.
Ciudad. Ciudad Juárez.
In Indian Mexico (1908) Frederick Starr
The Missourian Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
The History of Cuba, vol. 3 Willis Fletcher Johnson
Diplomatic Days Edith O’Shaughnessy
short for Ciudad Juárez
Benito Pablo (beˈnito ˈpaβlo). 1806–72, Mexican statesman. As president (1861–65; 1867–72) he thwarted Napoleon III’s attempt to impose an empire under Maximilian and introduced many reforms
- Benito mussolini
Benito [buh-nee-toh;; Italian be-nee-taw] /bəˈni toʊ;; Italian bɛˈni tɔ/ (Show IPA), (I”Il Duce”) 1883–1945, Italian Fascist leader: premier of Italy 1922–43. Contemporary Examples Dole, Nazis, and Desperation in Kansas Michael Tomasky September 25, 2014 Why Do Italian Jews Tolerate Berlusconi’s Trivialization of the Holocaust? Anna Momigliano November 5, 2013 Why the Mosque Scares the Right […]
a rare mineral, barium titanium silicate, BaTiSi 3 O 9 , occurring in blue hexagonal crystals exhibiting dichroism.
benzoin1 (def 2). the youngest son of Jacob and Rachel, and the brother of Joseph. Gen. 35:18. one of the 12 tribes of ancient Israel traditionally descended from him. Asher, 1773–1845, U.S. architect and writer. Judah Philip, 1811–84, Confederate statesman. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “son of the right.”. Contemporary Examples […]
- Benjamin banneker
Benjamin, 1731–1806, U.S. mathematician, natural historian, and astronomer. Historical Examples The Journal of Negro History, Vol. I. Jan. 1916 Various History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1 George W. Williams The Colored Inventor Henry E. Baker The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918 Various Banneker (bān’ĭ-kər) American mathematician […]