William Fielding, 1886–1959, U.S. sociologist and educator.
The Limit Ada Leverson
Sir William, 1849–1919, Canadian physician and professor of medicine. Historical Examples The Night Riders Ridgwell Cullum The Style Book of The Detroit News The Detroit News The Story of the Toys Mary Harris Toy Dodge The Story of the Toys Mary Harris Toy Dodge A Historic Sketch Lest We Forget Company E 26th Ohio Infantry […]
a great wave or surge of the sea. any surging mass: billows of smoke. to rise or roll in or like billows; surge. to swell out, puff up, etc., as by the action of wind: flags billowing in the breeze. to make rise, surge, swell, or the like: A sudden wind billowed the tent alarmingly. […]
Grace, 1922–2007, U.S. short-story writer and poet. William, 1743–1805, English theologian, philosopher, and clergyman. William S. 1901–1991, U.S. broadcasting executive. Contemporary Examples Should Scientists Believe in Miracles? Karl W. Giberson March 8, 2014 Bill Cunningham: Through the Lens of a Style King Justin Jones March 13, 2014 Historical Examples British Quarterly Review, American Edition, Vol. […]
- Milman parry
Milman, 1902–35, U.S. classical scholar and philologist. William Edward, 1790–1855, English arctic explorer. verb -ries, -rying, -ried to ward off (an attack) by blocking or deflecting, as in fencing (transitive) to evade (questions), esp adroitly noun (pl) -ries an act of parrying, esp (in fencing) using a stroke or circular motion of the blade a […]