[ben-oh] /ˈbɛn oʊ/ (Show IPA), 1890–1963, English pianist, born in Russia.
Harriet, 1861?–1936, U.S. editor and poet. James, 1758–1831, 5th president of the U.S. 1817–25. Marilyn (Norma Jean Baker or Mortenson) 1926–62, U.S. film actress. William Smith (“Bill”; “The Father of Bluegrass”) 1911–96, U.S. musician, singer, and songwriter. a city in N Louisiana. a city in SE Michigan, on Lake Erie. a town in SW Connecticut. […]
Archibald Lee (“Archie”) 1913–1998, U.S. boxer. Brian, 1921–1999, U.S. novelist. Clement Clarke, 1779–1863, U.S. scholar and writer. Douglas Stuart, 1893–1969, U.S. composer. Eliakim Hastings [ih-lahy-uh-kim] /ɪˈlaɪ ə kɪm/ (Show IPA), 1862–1932, U.S. mathematician. George, 1852–1933, Irish novelist, critic, and dramatist. G(eorge) E(dward) 1873–1958, English philosopher. Gerald, 1899–1987, British pianist. Henry, 1898–1986, English sculptor. Sir John, […]
Berthe [bert] /bɛrt/ (Show IPA), 1841–95, French Impressionist painter. Historical Examples Guppy and Pinkerton were dead, and Williams, Morisot, and myself were down with typhus. Under the Red Crescent Charles S. Ryan Morisot and Williams got over the worst of the illness sooner than I did; but for some time we all required watching. Under […]
Emil, Jr (“Bus”) 1922–1997, U.S. yacht racer and government official. Contemporary Examples As Mosbacher tells it, many of her fellow mega-donors are vowing to sit on their wallets until something changes. Mosbacher: I’m Furious at My Own Party Michelle Cottle January 7, 2013 As far as Mosbacher is concerned, however, the damage was done. Mosbacher: […]