Duncan



Isadora, 1878–1927, U.S. dancer: pioneer in modern dance.
Robert, 1919–88, U.S. poet.
a city in S Oklahoma.
a male given name.
died 1040, king of Scotland 1030–40: murdered by Macbeth.
Contemporary Examples

The Art of the Snowflake Jaimie Etkin January 27, 2010
Vanished in Uganda Andrew Rice June 4, 2009
House of Cads: Growing Up Amid the Weirdness of Bloomsbury Jessica Ferri April 9, 2014
Patients Screwed in Spine Surgery ‘Scam’ The Center for Investigative Reporting November 2, 2014
China Cracks Down on Poet Li Bifeng and Dissident Writer Li Yuanlong Duncan Hewitt November 22, 2012

Historical Examples

Little Folks (July 1884) Various
Blow The Man Down Holman Day
The Burglar’s Fate And The Detectives Allan Pinkerton
Once a Week Alan Alexander Milne
In Search of the Castaways Jules Verne

noun
Isadora (ˌɪzəˈdɔːrə). 1878–1927, US dancer and choreographer, who influenced modern ballet by introducing greater freedom of movement
noun
died 1040, king of Scotland (1034–40); killed by Macbeth

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