a mountain range in central Australia.
- James riley
[rahy-lee] /ˈraɪ li/ noun 1. James Whitcomb [hwit-kuh m,, wit-] /ˈʰwɪt kəm,, ˈwɪt-/ (Show IPA), 1849–1916, U.S. poet. 2. life of, . /ˈraɪlɪ/ noun 1. Bridget (Louise). born 1931, English painter, best known for her black-and-white op art paintings of the 1960s 2. Gina. born 1961, Australian television actress and writer, best known for playing […]
- James stanhope
[stan-hohp, stan-uh p] /ˈstænˌhoʊp, ˈstæn əp/ noun 1. James, 1st Earl Stanhope, 1673–1721, British soldier and statesman: prime minister 1717–18. 2. Philip Dormer [dawr-mer] /ˈdɔr mər/ (Show IPA), . /ˈstænəp/ noun 1. a light one-seater carriage with two or four wheels /ˈstænəp/ noun 1. Charles, 3rd Earl. 1753–1816, British radical politician and scientist. His inventions […]
[jeymz-toun] /ˈdʒeɪmzˌtaʊn/ noun 1. a village in E Virginia: first permanent English settlement in North America 1607; restored 1957. 2. a city in SW New York. 3. a city in central North Dakota. 4. a seaport in and the capital of St. Helena, in the S Atlantic Ocean. [huh-lee-nuh] /həˈli nə/ noun 1. a British […]
- James usher
[uhsh-er] /ˈʌʃ ər/ noun 1. James, . [uhsh-er] /ˈʌʃ ər/ noun 1. James, 1581–1656, Irish prelate and scholar. /ˈʌʃə/ noun 1. an official who shows people to their seats, as in a church or theatre 2. a person who acts as doorkeeper, esp in a court of law 3. (in England) a minor official charged […]