(Albert Auguste) Gabriel
[al-ber oh-gyst ga-bree-el] /alˈbɛr oʊˈgüst ga briˈɛl/ (Show IPA), 1853–1944, French statesman and historian.
Hanotaux and Vicaire published the results of their inquiries into the actual accounts of the concern.
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- Al gore
Albert Arnold, Jr (“Al”) born 1948, U.S. politician: vice president of the U.S. 1993–2001. Contemporary Examples al gore may have beaten George W. Bush on points in their first debate in 2000, but he audibly sighed. Don’t Let Gingrich Be Gingrich David Frum January 23, 2012 al gore surprised the television world when his Current […]
Alfred A(braham) 1892–1984, U.S. publisher. Contemporary Examples Reprinted with permission from Pantheon Books, a Knopf Doubleday Imprint, a division of Random House, Inc. Benjamin Franklin, America’s First Storm Chaser Lee Sandlin April 13, 2013 Timothy W. Ryback’s Hitler’s Private Library is published this month by Knopf. Hitler’s Bedtime Reading Timothy Ryback October 16, 2008 The […]
Aleksey Arkhipovich [uh-lyi-ksyey uhr-khyee-puh-vyich] /ʌ lyɪˈksyeɪ ʌrˈkhyi pə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), born 1934, Soviet cosmonaut: first man to walk in space 1965. Leonid Maksimovich [lyi-uh-nyeet muh-ksyee-muh-vyich] /lyɪ ʌˈnyit mʌˈksyi mə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1899–1994, Russian writer. noun Aleksei Arkhipovich (alɪkˈsjej arˈxipɪvitʃ). born 1934, Soviet cosmonaut; the first man to walk in space (1965)
(def 14). (def 21). Very many, a large number; also, very much. For example, A lot of people think the economy is declining, or Sad movies always made her cry a lot. It is sometimes put as a whole lot for greater emphasis, as in I learned a whole lot in his class. It may […]