Jean Joseph Charles Louis
[zhahn zhaw-zef sharl lwee] /ʒɑ̃ ʒɔˈzɛf ʃarl lwi/ (Show IPA), 1811–82, French socialist and historian.
Mel(vin Jerome) 1908–1989, U.S. voice actor for cartoon characters, as Woody Woodpecker and Daffy Duck, in films.
Mont. Mont Blanc (def 1).
Mont Blanc, See Mont Blanc
Cape Blanc, a headland in N Tunisia: the northernmost point of Africa
Cape Blanc, Cape Blanco (ˈblæŋkəʊ). a peninsula in Mauritania, on the Atlantic coast
(Jean Joseph Charles) Louis (lwi). 1811–82, French socialist and historian: author of L’Organisation du travail (1840), in which he advocated the establishment of cooperative workshops subsidized by the state
a mountain in S Colorado: highest peak in the Sangre de Cristo Range. 14,390 feet (4385 meters).
to whiten by removing color; bleach: Workers were blanching linen in the sun. Cookery. to scald briefly and then drain, as peaches or almonds to facilitate removal of skins, or as rice or macaroni to separate the grains or strands. to scald or parboil (meat or vegetables) so as to whiten, remove the odor, prepare […]
a female given name: ultimately from a Germanic word meaning “white.”. Contemporary Examples Happy 25th Birthday, Golden Girls! Andy Dehnart November 11, 2010 A Shocking Win for Fat Cats Mark McKinnon, Steve Hildebrand January 20, 2010 Amazing Cate Stanley Crouch December 17, 2009 My Dinner With Rue Rebecca Dana June 2, 2010 Happy 25th Birthday, […]
noun ?1188–1252, queen consort (1223–26) of Louis VIII of France, born in Spain. The mother of Louis IX, she acted as regent during his minority (1226–36) and his absence on a crusade (1248–52)