Earl, 1891–1974, U.S. lawyer and political leader: chief justice of the U.S. 1953–69.
Joseph, 1741–75, American physician, statesman, and patriot.
Mercy Otis, 1728–1814, U.S. historian and poet (sister of James Otis).
Robert Penn, 1905–89, U.S. novelist and poet: named the first U.S. poet laureate (1986–87).
a city in SE Michigan, near Detroit.
a city in NE Ohio, NW of Youngstown.
a city in NW Pennsylvania.
a town in E Rhode Island.
a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “protection.”.
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a series of interconnected underground tunnels in which rabbits live
a colony of rabbits
an overcrowded area or dwelling
(mainly Brit) an enclosed place where small game animals or birds are kept, esp for breeding, or a part of a river or lake enclosed by nets in which fish are kept (esp in the phrase beasts or fowls of warren)
(English legal history) a franchise permitting one to keep animals, birds, or fish in this way
a city in the US, in SE Michigan, northeast of Detroit. Pop: 136 016 (2003 est)
Earl. 1891–1974, US lawyer; chief justice of the US (1953–69). He chaired the commission that investigated the murder of President Kennedy
Sir Robert Alexander, 1892–1973, Scottish physicist: helped develop radar. noun Sir Robert Alexander. 1892–1973, Scottish physicist, who played a leading role in the development of radar Watson-Watt (wŏt’sən-wŏt’) British physicist who pioneered the development of radar. In 1919 he produced a system for locating thunderstorms by tracking their radio emissions. In the 1930s Watson-Watt led […]
Robert, 1864–1928, U.S. lawyer and statesman: secretary of state 1915–20. a city in and the capital of Michigan, in the S part. a city in NE Illinois, near Chicago. a state in the N central United States. 58,216 sq. mi. (150,780 sq. km). Capital: Lansing. Abbreviation: MI (for use with zip code), Mich. Lake, a […]
James, born 1940, U.S. poet and novelist. Joseph Nye, 1890–1960, U.S. trial lawyer. Robert, Jr. 1899–1985, U.S. candy manufacturer: founder of the John Birch Society 1958. William Henry, 1850–1934, U.S. medical pathologist and educator. Historical Examples Ainslee’s magazine, Volume 16, No. 3, October, 1905 Various The Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society, Vol. IV Various […]
Arthur, Wellington, 1st Duke of. his brother, Robert Colley [kol-ee] /ˈkɒl i/ (Show IPA), 1st Marquis, 1760–1842, British statesman and administrator, born in Ireland: governor general of India 1797–1805. a city in E Massachusetts, near Boston. Contemporary Examples 2012 Summit: Who’s On Stage March 5, 2012 Lynn Sherr Remembers College Friend Nora Ephron Lynn Sherr […]