Henry, 1805–78, U.S. businessman: pioneered in banking, stagecoach services, and express shipping.
H(erbert) G(eorge) 1866–1946, English novelist and historian.
Horace, 1815–48, U.S. dentist: pioneered use of nitrous oxide as an anesthetic.
Ida Bell (Ida Bell Wells-Barnett) 1862–1931, U.S. journalist and civil-rights leader.
a historic town in E Somersetshire, in SW England: cathedral.
a city in SW England, in Somerset: 12th-century cathedral. Pop: 10 406 (2001)
Henry. 1805–78, US businessman, who founded (1852) with William Fargo the express mail service Wells, Fargo and Company
H(erbert) G(eorge). 1866–1946, British writer. His science-fiction stories include The Time Machine (1895), War of the Worlds (1898), and The Shape of Things to Come (1933). His novels on contemporary social questions, such as Kipps (1905), Tono-Bungay (1909), and Ann Veronica (1909), affected the opinions of his day. His nonfiction works include The Outline of History (1920)
Wells (wělz), Horace. 1815-1848.
American dentist who was the first to use nitrous oxide to anesthetize patients during oral surgery.
[ahy-dee-uh n] /aɪˈdi ən/ adjective 1. of, pertaining to, associated with, or inhabiting Mount Ida in Asia Minor or Crete.
[ahy-duh-hoh] /ˈaɪ dəˌhoʊ/ noun 1. a state in the NW United States. 83,557 sq. mi. (216,415 sq. km). Capital: Boise. Abbreviation: ID (for use with zip code), Id., Ida. 2. a variety of russet Burbank grown in Idaho. /ˈaɪdəˌhəʊ/ noun 1. a state of the northwestern US: consists chiefly of ranges of the Rocky Mountains, […]
[ahy-duh-hoh] /ˈaɪ dəˌhoʊ/ noun 1. a state in the NW United States. 83,557 sq. mi. (216,415 sq. km). Capital: Boise. Abbreviation: ID (for use with zip code), Id., Ida. 2. a variety of russet Burbank grown in Idaho. /ˈaɪdəˌhəʊn/ noun 1. a native or inhabitant of Idaho adjective 2. of or relating to Idaho or […]
noun 1. a city in E Idaho.