Henry Handel (Henrietta Richardson Robertson) 1870–1946, Australian novelist.
[hob-suh n] /ˈhɒb sən/ (Show IPA), 1838–86, U.S. architect.
Jack (Carter) 1934–2012, U.S. playwright and novelist.
Sir Owen Williams, 1879–1959, English physicist: Nobel prize 1928.
Sir Ralph (David) 1902–83, English actor.
Samuel, 1689–1761, English novelist.
Tony, 1928–91, English motion-picture and theatrical director.
Walter Hart, 1880–1961, U.S. journalist.
a city in NE Texas, near Dallas.
Dorothy M(iller). 1873–1957, British novelist, a pioneer of stream-of-consciousness writing: author of the novel sequence Pilgrimage (14 vols, 1915–67)
Henry Handel. pen name of Ethel Florence Lindesay Richardson, 1870–1946, Australian novelist; author of the trilogy The Fortunes of Richard Mahony (1917–29)
Sir Owen Willans. 1879–1959, British physicist; a pioneer in the study of atomic physics: Nobel prize for physics 1928
Sir Ralph (David). 1902–83, British stage and screen actor
Samuel. 1689–1761, British novelist whose psychological insight and use of the epistolary form exerted a great influence on the development of the novel. His chief novels are Pamela (1740) and Clarissa (1747)
noun 1. a ground squirrel, Citellus richardsoni, of sagebrush and grassland areas of the northwestern U.S. and adjacent regions in Canada.
- Richard stallman
person Richard M. Stallman. Founder of the GNU project. He resigned from the AI lab at MIT so he would be free to produce free software which he could then distribute on his own terms. He went on to establish the Free Software Foundation to support the production of free software and ensure its free […]
- Richard tawney
noun 1. Richard Henry, 1880–1962, English historian, born in Calcutta. noun 1. R(ichard) H(enry). 1880–1962, British economic historian, born in India. His chief works are The Acquisitive Society (1920), Religion and the Rise of Capitalism (1926), and Equality (1931)
- Richard the lion-hearted
noun 1. (“Richard the Lion-Hearted”; “Richard Coeur de Lion”) 1157–99, king of England 1189–99. noun 1. nicknamed Coeur de Lion or the Lion-Heart. 1157–99, king of England (1189–99); a leader of the third crusade (joining it in 1191). On his way home, he was captured in Austria (1192) and held to ransom. After a brief […]