Burt L. pseudonym of Gilbert Patten.
Myles or Miles
[mahylz] /maɪlz/ (Show IPA), c1584–1656, American settler, born in England: military leader in Plymouth Colony.
a stand, usually of metal, for pens, ink bottles, etc
Myles (or Miles). ?1584–1656, English military leader of the Pilgrim Fathers at Plymouth, New England
Benjamin Lee, 1897–1941, U.S. linguist. noun Benjamin Lee. 1897–1943, US linguist, who argued that human language determines perception See also Sapir-Whorf hypothesis
Bachelor of Landscape Architecture. Bachelor of Liberal Arts. Black Liberation Army. Historical Examples A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins, Volume II (of 2) Johann Beckman Betty Grier Joseph Waugh Strangers and Wayfarers Sarah Orne Jewett Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 6 Various A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins, Volume II (of […]
bale; bales. barrel; barrels. black. block. blue.
to reveal indiscreetly and thoughtlessly: They blabbed my confidences to everyone. to talk or chatter indiscreetly or thoughtlessly: Don’t confide in him, because he blabs. She blabbed so much I couldn’t hear the concert. idle, indiscreet chattering. a person who blabs; blabbermouth. Contemporary Examples New Clue in Chasen Murder A. L. Bardach December 5, 2010 […]