[an-ton] /ˈæn tɒn/ (Show IPA), (Patrick Healey-Kay) 1904–83, English ballet dancer.
Sir Anton, real name Sydney Healey-Kay. 1904–83, British ballet dancer and choreographer: with Alicia Markova he founded (1949) the London Festival Ballet
Anton van [ahn-tawn vahn] /ˈɑn tɔn vɑn/ (Show IPA), 1632–1723, Dutch naturalist and microscopist. Historical Examples Leeuwenhoek has given a particular and entertaining account of the proceedings of I. Aphidum. An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. IV (of 4) William Kirby As has been stated, Leeuwenhoek considered bacteria to be animalcules because they showed independent movement. […]
- Anton piller order
noun (law) the former name for search order
Anton or Antonín [Czech ahn-taw-nyeen] /Czech ˈɑn tɔ nyin/ (Show IPA), 1770–1836, Czech composer. Historical Examples During his attendance at the Conservatoire, he received also instruction in composition from Reicha. The Violoncello and Its History Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski The Principal gave his consent, and my mother took me to Reicha’s house. Autobiographical Reminiscences with […]
Anton [an-ton;; Russian uhn-tawn] /ˈæn tɒn;; Russian ʌnˈtɔn/ (Show IPA), 1829–94, Russian pianist and composer. Arthur or Artur [ahr-ter;; Polish ahr-toor] /ˈɑr tər;; Polish ˈɑr tur/ (Show IPA), 1887–1982, U.S. pianist, born in Poland. Contemporary Examples Rubinstein was pushed out of Apple by Ive, who had clashed with Rubinstein and gave Jobs an ultimatum—he goes […]