[byœrn-styer-nuh] /ˈbyœrnˌstyɛr nə/ (Show IPA), 1832–1910, Norwegian poet, novelist, and playwright: Nobel Prize 1903.
Bjørnstjerne (ˈbjɜːnstjɛənə; Norwegian ˈbjørnstjernə). 1832–1910, Norwegian poet, dramatist, novelist, theatre director, and newspaper editor; mainly remembered for social dramas, such as The Bankrupt (1875): Nobel prize for literature 1903
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Blanche Kelso, 1841–98, U.S. politician: first black to serve a full term as U.S. senator 1875–81. Sir David, 1855–1931, Australian physician. Lenny (Leonard Schneider) 1926–66, U.S. comedian. Robert, Robert I (def 2). Stanley Melbourne (1st Viscount Bruce of Melbourne) 1883–1967, Australian statesman: prime minister 1923–29. a male given name: from a Norman family name. Contemporary […]
Burton Kendall, 1882–1975, U.S. political leader. Joseph, 1836–1906, U.S. Confederate officer and political leader. William Almon [al-muh n,, awl-] /ˈæl mən,, ˈɔl-/ (Show IPA), 1819–1887, vice president of the U.S. 1877–81. noun Also called wheel horse. a horse or other draught animal nearest the wheel (in combination) something equipped with a specified sort or number […]
Bronislaw Kasper [bron-uh-slahf kas-per;; Polish braw-nee-slahf kahs-puh r] /ˈbrɒn əˌslɑf ˈkæs pər;; Polish brɔˈni slɑf ˈkɑs pər/ (Show IPA), 1884–1942, Polish anthropologist in the U.S. Contemporary Examples Obama’s Human Rights Chief Missing in Action Josh Rogin March 26, 2014 John Lennon, Van Gogh Letters Among Items in Documents Auction Luke Darby December 3, 2012 Historical […]