[al-in luh-roi,, lee-roi] /ˈæl ɪn ləˈrɔɪ,, ˈli rɔɪ/ (Show IPA), 1886–1954, U.S. educator and author.
David Ross (“Petroleum V. Nasby”) 1833–88, U.S. humorist and journalist.
John, 1632–1704, English philosopher.
My first book that dealt with these matters was “English Political writers: From Locke to Burke” (Knopf, 1963).
Obama is the Real Conservative Jeffrey Hart October 30, 2008
“Barack Obama is like the wallpaper of her life,” Locke says of her two-and-a-half year-old daughter.
A Steamy Bayou Murder Mystery Celia McGee June 14, 2009
In his Second Treatise of Government, Locke helped lay the conceptual groundwork for the American rebellion.
Russell Brand: Not Quite a Messiah James Poulos October 27, 2013
Now instead of struggling over essay prompts that ask “Why do Hobbes and Locke have such different views of political authority?”
David’s Book Club: The Righteous Mind Noah Kristula-Green April 8, 2012
His first commissioned poster was of Locke for the viral campaign surrounding the ABC show Lost.
Olly Moss: The Savior of Movie Posters Marlow Stern May 8, 2011
I’d like for you to say a good word for me, if it falls your way, to this Mr. Locke—and Trask.
Isle o’ Dreams Frederick F. Moore
Locke, yielding to the prejudices of the time, took the same ground.
The Works of Whittier, Volume VI (of VII) John Greenleaf Whittier
They are interesting mainly as a link between Locke and the Scottish school.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 1 Various
Mrs. Locke’s chinchillas are the finest ones in this country.
Concerning Cats Helen M. Winslow
Locke had left the Great Eastern, and there was little chance of encountering the man elsewhere.
Lefty Locke Pitcher-Manager Burt L. Standish
John. 1632–1704, English philosopher, who discussed the concept of empiricism in his Essay Concerning Human Understanding (1690). He influenced political thought, esp in France and America, with his Two Treatises on Government (1690), in which he sanctioned the right to revolt
Matthew. ?1630–77, English composer, esp of works for the stage
Alice (Laidlaw) [leyd-law] /ˈleɪdˌlɔ/ (Show IPA), born 1931, Canadian short-story writer. H(ector) H(ugh) (“Saki”) 1870–1916, Scottish novelist and short-story writer, born in Burma. Contemporary Examples Munro reminds us once again why she is an international treasure. Our Favorite Books of 2012: Tina Brown, Andrew Sullivan, and Others’ Picks The Daily Beast December 10, 2012 Munro […]
American Labor Party.
Alice Lee Roosevelt (“Princess Alice”) 1884–1980, U.S. socialite: daughter of Theodore Roosevelt. Nicholas, 1869–1931, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1925–31. Contemporary Examples Longworth was born in 1783 to Loyalist parents in Newark, New Jersey. America’s First Great Wine…Made in 1842 Jordan Salcito November 22, 2013 Longworth worked hard at odd jobs, passed the bar […]
(Amasa) Leland, 1824–93, U.S. railroad developer, politician, and philanthropist: governor of California 1861–63; senator 1885–93. a male given name. Contemporary Examples TB: Well, you are now at Stanford, which is the center of such high, high medical learning. A Novel That’s the Best Medicine Tina Brown February 10, 2009 As an undergrad at Stanford, I […]