Charles Evans, 1862–1948, U.S. jurist and statesman: chief justice of the U.S. 1930–41.
[roh-bahrd] /ˈroʊ bɑrd/ (Show IPA), 1905–76, U.S. businessman, motion-picture producer, and aviator.
[lang-stuh n] /ˈlæŋ stən/ (Show IPA), 1902–67, U.S. novelist and poet.
Rupert, 1872–1956, U.S. novelist and biographer.
Ted, 1930–1998, English poet: poet laureate 1984–98 (husband of Sylvia Plath).
Thomas, 1822–96, English novelist, reformer, and jurist.
William Morris, 1864–1952, Australian statesman, born in Wales: prime minister 1915–23.
The Rise and Fall of Chris Hughes and Sean Eldridge, America’s Worst Gay Power Couple James Kirchick December 8, 2014
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The Hop-Crazy Master Brewer Nina Strochlic June 8, 2014
John Ridley on ’12 Years A Slave,’ Jimi Hendrix Biopic, Steve McQueen ‘Feud,’ and Diversity Onscreen Marlow Stern March 10, 2014
‘The Bachelor’: Ex-Contestant Leslie Hughes Spills Nine Secrets About the Show Anna Klassen March 9, 2013
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Robert Toombs Pleasant A. Stovall
Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, No. XI.–April, 1851–Vol. II. Various
The Quarterly Review, Volume 162, No. 324, April, 1886 Various
The Jervaise Comedy J. D. Beresford
Howard. 1905–76, US industrialist, aviator, and film producer. He became a total recluse during the last years of his life
(James Mercer) Langston. 1902–67, US Black poet and writer. His collections include The Weary Blues (1926) and The Panther and the Lash (1967)
Richard (Arthur Warren). 1900–76, British novelist. He wrote A High Wind in Jamaica (1929), In Hazard (1938), and The Fox in the Attic (1961)
Robert (Studley Forrest). 1938–2012, Australian art critic, writer, and broadcaster; his work includes the television series The Shock of the New (1981) and the book The Culture of Complaint (1993)
Ted, full name Edward James Hughes. 1930–98, British poet: his works include The Hawk in the Rain (1957), Crow (1970), and Birthday Letters (1998). Poet laureate (1984–98)
Thomas. 1822–96, British novelist; author of Tom Brown’s Schooldays (1857)
William Morris. 1864–1952, Australian statesman, born in England: prime minister of Australia (1915–23)
Henry, died 1611? English navigator and explorer. William Henry, 1841–1922, English naturalist and author. a river in E New York, flowing S to New York Bay. 306 miles (495 km) long. a town in central Massachusetts. a town in S New Hampshire. a steam locomotive having a four-wheeled front truck, six driving wheels, and a […]
- Leigh hunt
(James Henry) Leigh [lee] /li/ (Show IPA), 1784–1859, English essayist, poet, and editor. Richard Morris, 1828–95, U.S. architect. (William) Holman [hohl-muh n] /ˈhoʊl mən/ (Show IPA), 1827–1910, English painter. William Morris, 1824–79, U.S. painter (brother of Richard Morris Hunt). Historical Examples The Silent Isle Arthur Christopher Benson The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb Charles […]
William, 1770–1830, British statesman and financier. Historical Examples Social Transformations of the Victorian Age T. H. S. (Thomas Hay Sweet) Escott Folkways William Graham Sumner The Greville Memoirs Charles C. F. Greville The Political History of England – Vol XI George Brodrick A Journal of the Reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1852 – (Volume 3 of […]
- Billi bi
a rich soup of mussels, cream, shallots, and white wine.