Sir Henry, 1813–98, English engineer: inventor of the Bessemer process.
a city in central Alabama.
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a female given name, form of Elizabeth. Contemporary Examples Blues Musicians in Unmarked Graves Are Finally Getting Some Respect Malcolm Jones January 11, 2014 Red Tails Overlooks the Story of America’s First Black Pilots Marc Wortman January 15, 2012 How Insane Is the Beer Summit? Stanley Crouch July 29, 2009 Eyewitness to the Firing Squad […]
Elizabeth (“Sister Kenny”) 1886–1952, Australian nurse: researcher in poliomyelitis therapy. Also, Kenney, Kennie. a male given name, form of Kenneth. Kenneth Earl (“Kenny”) born 1931, U.S. jazz guitarist. Arthur C(harles) 1917–2008, English science-fiction writer. Kenneth Spearman [speer-muh n] /ˈspɪər mən/ (Show IPA), (“Kenny”; “Klook”) 1914–85, U.S. jazz drummer, a bebop pioneer. Contemporary Examples It’s Not […]
(since 1917) a member of the present British royal family. Compare Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (def 1). Duke of, Edward VIII. Wallis Warfield, Duchess of (Bessie Wallis Warfield Spencer Simpson) 1896–1986, U.S. socialite: wife of Edward VIII of England, who abdicated the throne to marry her. Official name Windsor and Maidenhead. a city in E Berkshire, in S […]
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a match, scored by holes, between two pairs of players, in which the score of the lower scoring member of each pair is taken as their score for the hole.