[al-fey-oh;; Italian ahl-fe-aw] /ælˈfeɪ oʊ;; Italian ɑlˈfɛ ɔ/ (Show IPA), 1885–1966, U.S. sculptor, born in Italy.
Amintore [ah-meen-taw-re] /ˌɑ minˈtɔ rɛ/ (Show IPA), 1908–1999, Italian statesman: premier 1954, 1958–59, and 1960–63. Historical Examples There exists an elder codex of which Fanfani and his followers were ignorant. Renaissance in Italy, Volume 1 (of 7) John Addington Symonds
Alessandro [ah-les-sahn-draw] /ˌɑ lɛsˈsɑn drɔ/ (Show IPA), Duke of Parma, 1545–92, Italian general, statesman, and diplomat. Historical Examples Farnese, aroused by the news of his exploits,Continued success of Maurice. Europe in the Sixteenth Century 1494-1598, Fifth Edition A. H. (Arthur Henry) Johnson And whilst you have grown weak, Farnese has been growing strong. The Strolling […]
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Sir Alexander, 1881–1955, Scottish bacteriologist and physician: discoverer of penicillin 1928; Nobel Prize in Medicine 1945. Ian (Lancaster) 1908–64, British writer of suspense novels. Peggy (Gale) born 1948, U.S. figure skater. noun a native or inhabitant of Flanders or a Flemish-speaking Belgian Compare Walloon noun Sir Alexander. 1881–1955, Scottish bacteriologist: discovered lysozyme (1922) and penicillin […]
Abraham, 1866–1959, U.S. educator. his brother Simon, 1863–1946, U.S. pathologist and bacteriologist. Historical Examples Miss Flexner, of the Louisville free public library, then spoke of an experience in placing books in a county jail. Papers and proceedings of the thirty-fifth general meeting of the American Library Association, 1913 Various Like disciplines, professions have unique characteristics, […]