(Annibale Francesco della Genga) 1760–1829, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1823–29.
- Annie cannon
Annie Jump [juhmp] /dʒʌmp/ (Show IPA), 1863–1941, U.S. astronomer. Joseph Gurney [gur-nee] /ˈgɜr ni/ (Show IPA), (“Uncle Joe”) 1836–1926, U.S. politician and legislator. noun (pl) -nons, -non an automatic aircraft gun of large calibre (history) a heavy artillery piece consisting of a metal tube mounted on a carriage a heavy tube or drum, esp one […]
Annie, born 1945, U.S. writer. Historical Examples Dillard looked around to see that no doors were open, then leaned forward and spoke in a loud whisper. The Man from Jericho Edwin Carlile Litsey “I know it,” Mrs. Dillard cried like one nearly frantic with apprehension. Sarah Dillard’s Ride James Otis Dillard’s revelation had proven a […]
to heat (glass, earthenware, metals, etc.) to remove or prevent internal stress. to free from internal stress by heating and gradually cooling. to toughen or temper. Biochemistry. to recombine (nucleic acid strands) at low temperature after separating by heat. to fuse colors onto (a vitreous or metallic surface) by heating. an act, instance, or product […]
- Annie oakley
a free ticket, as to a theater; pass. Annie (Phoebe Anne Oakley Mozee) 1860–1926, U.S. sharpshooter. Slang. . Contemporary Examples Zooey is an admirer of Annie Oakley, whose rifle and pistol were on display. After Newtown Shooting, the NRA Museum Is Silent and Somber Lloyd Grove December 15, 2012 What does the opinion of the […]