Bertrand (Arthur William), 3rd Earl, 1872–1970, English philosopher, mathematician, and author: Nobel Prize in literature 1950.
Charles Edward, 1860–1941, U.S. journalist, sociologist, biographer, and political leader.
Charles Taze
[teyz] /teɪz/ (Show IPA), (“Pastor Russell”) 1852–1916, U.S. religious leader and publisher: founder of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Elizabeth Mary, Countess (Mary Annette Beauchamp”Elizabeth”) 1866–1941, Australian novelist.
George William (“Æ”) 1867–1935, Irish poet and painter.
Henry Norris, 1877–1957, U.S. astronomer.
John Russell, 1st Earl (Lord John Russell) 1792–1878, British statesman: prime minister 1846–52, 1865–66.
Lillian (Helen Louise Leonard) 1861–1922, U.S. singer and actress.
William Felton
[fel-tn] /ˈfɛl tn/ (Show IPA), (“Bill”) born 1934, U.S. basketball player and coach.
Mount, a mountain in E California, in the Sierra Nevada. 14,088 feet (4294 meters).
a mountain in S central Alaska, in the Alaska Range. 11,670 feet (3557 meters).
a male given name.
Contemporary Examples

Still, she wanted to meet Russell and keep the door open for future projects—and Leo quickly overcame her misgivings.
Melissa Leo Breaks Oscar Silence Jacob Bernstein February 20, 2011

I left to head downtown, to Russell Simmons’s party and then to the Huffington Post ball.
The Daily Beast D.C. Diary The Daily Beast January 18, 2009

Russell said of the 2012 Benghazi embassy attack that killed U.S. Ambassador Stevens.
Would-Be Congressman Can’t Quit Saddam Gideon Resnick June 26, 2014

The year before, Russell blasted Barack Obama for saying that troops should be withdrawn from Iraq.
Would-Be Congressman Can’t Quit Saddam Gideon Resnick June 26, 2014

On a recent Wednesday night, Heidi Klum, Edward Norton, and Russell Simmons were all in the house.
The New Studio 54 Jacob Bernstein November 30, 2009

Historical Examples

It seemed ages before the merry little infirmier came back with Russell’s clothes.
A Journal of Impressions in Belgium May Sinclair

He wanted to know whether he was in the right road to the Russell Taylors.
Deerbrook Harriet Martineau

This time Russell thought that every one might be on the look-out for himself, and so went on with his work.
Eric, or Little by Little Frederic W. Farrar

And then, Russell was a big, handsome man; and she liked big, handsome men.
The Ebbing Of The Tide Louis Becke

Russell, a Dublin man, was the first newspaper representative to accompany an army into the field.
The Glories of Ireland Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox

Bertrand (Arthur William), 3rd Earl. 1872–1970, British philosopher and mathematician. His books include Principles of Mathematics (1903), Principia Mathematica (1910–13) with A. N. Whitehead, Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy (1919), The Problems of Philosophy (1912), The Analysis of Mind (1921), and An Enquiry into Meaning and Truth (1940): Nobel prize for literature 1950
George William pen name æ. 1867–1935, Irish poet and journalist
Henry Norris. 1877–1957, US astronomer and astrophysicist, who originated one form of the Hertzsprung–Russell diagram
John, 1st Earl. 1792–1878, British statesman; prime minister (1846–52; 1865–66). He led the campaign to carry the 1832 Reform Act
Ken. 1927–2011, British film director. His films include Women in Love (1969), The Music Lovers (1970), The Boy Friend (1971), Valentino (1977), Gothic (1986), and The Rainbow (1989)

masc. proper name, from Old French rous-el, diminutive of rous “red,” used as a personal name. See russet.
American astronomer who studied binary stars and developed methods to calculate their mass and distances. Working independently of Ejnar Hertzsprung, Russell also demonstrated the relationship between types of stars and their absolute magnitude. This correlation is now known as the Hertzsprung-Russell diagram.
(After Bertrand Russell) A compact, polymorphically typed functional language by A. Demers & J. Donahue with bignums and continuations. Types are themselves first-class values and may be passed as arguments.
[“An Informal Description of Russell”, H. Boehm et al, Cornell CS TR 80-430, 1980].
[“Understanding Russell: A First Attempt”, J.G. Hook in LNCS 173, Springer].


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