[bern-hahrt] /ˈbɛrn hɑrt/ (Show IPA), 1887–1971, Austrian composer, conductor, and musicologist.
The Paumgartner altar-piece, 1499, stands out from the “ordinary pictures” belonging to this early period.
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Benjamin, 1809–80, U.S. mathematician. Charles Sanders [san-derz] /ˈsæn dərz/ (Show IPA), 1839–1914, U.S. philosopher, mathematician, and physicist. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Peirce later called the experience of dealing with the MPAA “devastating.” Oral Sex Comes of Age in Hollywood: ‘Gone Girl’ the Latest Film to Showcase Female Pleasure Marlow Stern October 3, 2014 […]
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Benito [buh-nee-toh;; Spanish be-nee-taw] /bəˈni toʊ;; Spanish bɛˈni tɔ/ (Show IPA), 1843–1920, Spanish journalist, dramatist, and novelist. noun Benito. 1843–1920, Spanish novelist. His works include the Episodios nacionales (1873–1912), a series of historical novels, and Fortunata y Jacinta (1886–87)
Bill, 1871–1932, U.S. rodeo performer: famed as bulldogger. George Edward, 1825–75, Confederate general in the American Civil War. Historical Examples The fame of Pickett’s charge on the right has resounded through the world. Reminiscences of a Rebel Wayland Fuller Dunaway This was a fearful moment for Pickett and his brave command. Three Years in the […]
Baldassare Tommaso [bahl-dahs-sah-re tawm-mah-zaw] /ˌbɑl dɑsˈsɑ rɛ tɔmˈmɑ zɔ/ (Show IPA), 1481–1536, Italian architect and painter. Historical Examples Vasari relates that he conducted Titian to see certain works of Peruzzi, of which the illusion was most complete. A Book of the Play Dutton Cook With a look of sombre satisfaction, he led the way to […]