Bennett Lester (“Benny”) 1907–2003, U.S. jazz saxophonist and composer.
Betty (Lillie Mae Jones) 1930–98, U.S. jazz singer.
Don(ald James) born 1926, U.S. bowler.
(Eleanor) Rosalynn Smith [roh-zuh-lin] /ˈroʊ zə lɪn/ (Show IPA), born 1928, U.S. First Lady 1977–81 (wife of Jimmy Carter).
Elliott (Elliott Cook Carter, Jr) 1908–2012, U.S. composer.
[hod-ing] /ˈhɒd ɪŋ/ (Show IPA), 1907–72, U.S. journalist and publisher.
Howard, 1873–1939, English Egyptologist.
James Earl, Jr (“Jimmy”) born 1924, 39th president of the U.S. 1977–81.
Mrs. Leslie (Caroline Louise Dudley) 1862–1937, U.S. actress.
[mey-bel] /ˈmeɪˌbɛl/ (Show IPA), (“Mother Maybelle Carter”) 1909–78, U.S. country-and-western singer and guitarist.
Nick, pen name of authors who wrote detective-story series in which Nick Carter, created by John R. Coryell, is the main character.
a male given name.
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Secrets of the Late Night War Bryan Curtis November 7, 2010
Bachmann’s No Joke Mark McKinnon June 26, 2011
Obama’s Jimmy Carter Problem Samuel P. Jacobs September 21, 2010
Ty Carter Awarded Medal of Honor David Eisler, Jake Tapper August 30, 2013
Trusia Davis Brinton
The Prophet of Berkeley Square Robert Hichens
Betty Gordon at Mountain Camp Alice B. Emerson
Paul and the Printing Press Sara Ware Bassett
Castle Richmond Anthony Trollope
Angela. 1940–92, British novelist and writer; her novels include The Magic Toyshop (1967) and Nights at the Circus (1984)
Elliot (Cook). 1908–2012, US composer. His works include the Piano Sonata (1945–46), four string quartets, and other orchestral pieces: Pulitzer Prize 1960, 1973
Howard. 1873–1939, English Egyptologist: excavated the tomb of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen
James Earl, known as Jimmy. born 1924, US Democratic statesman; 39th president of the US (1977–81); Nobel peace prize 2002
Benjamin Lawson, born 1925, U.S. lawyer, clergyman, and civil-rights advocate: executive director of the NAACP 1977–93. a curved or angular piece of metal or other hard substance for catching, pulling, holding, or suspending something. a fishhook. anything that catches; snare; trap. something that attracts attention or serves as an enticement: The product is good but […]
Bernard Law, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein (“Monty”) 1887–1976, British field marshal: World War II commander of British 8th Army in Africa and Europe. Lucy Maud, 1874–1942, Canadian writer, creator of Anne of Green Gables. Richard, 1736–75, American Revolutionary general. Wes (John Leslie Montgomery) 1925–68, U.S. jazz guitarist. a city in and the capital of […]
noun an extremely compact violently variable form of active galaxy BL Lac object (bē’ěl’ läk’) A distant radio galaxy with an intensely bright active galactic nucleus that emits a jet of material directly toward the Earth. BL Lac objects may be a class of blazar, though there is evidence that they are an optical effect […]
Boris Leonidovich [bawr-is,, bohr-,, bor-;; Russian buh-ryees lyi-uh-nyee-duh-vyich] /ˈbɔr ɪs,, ˈboʊr-,, ˈbɒr-;; Russian bʌˈryis lyɪ ʌˈnyi də vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1890–1960, Russian poet, novelist, and translator: declined 1958 Nobel prize. Contemporary Examples Great New Reads The Daily Beast October 30, 2010 Madoff’s Longtime Rival On What Made Him Tick Emily Church December 22, 2008 Great […]