Samuel, 1751–77, U.S. patriot during the American Revolution: rode with Paul Revere and William Dawes to warn Colonists that British troops were marching from Boston, April 18, 1775.
William, 1726–95, American Revolutionary military leader.
[hik-ling] /ˈhɪk lɪŋ/ (Show IPA), 1796–1859, U.S. historian (grandson of William Prescott).
a city in central Arizona.
John Leslie. Baron. born 1938, British politician: deputy leader of the Labour Party (1994–2007); deputy prime minister (1997–2007); secretary of state for the environment, transport, and the regions (1997–2001); minister for local government and the regions (2002–07)
William Hickling (ˈhɪklɪŋ). 1796–1859, US historian, noted for his work on the history of Spain and her colonies
noun 1. Paul A(nthony) 1915–2009, U.S. economist: Nobel prize 1970.
Samuelsson Sam·u·els·son (sām’yōō-əl-sən), Bengt Ingemar. Born 1934. Swedish physician and biochemist. He shared a 1982 Noble Prize for research on prostaglandins.
noun, plural samurai. Japanese History. 1. a member of the hereditary warrior class in feudal Japan. 2. a retainer of a daimyo. noun (pl) -rai 1. the Japanese warrior caste that provided the administrative and fighting aristocracy from the 11th to the 19th centuries 2. a member of this aristocracy A hacker who hires out […]
- Samurai bond
noun 1. a bond issued in Japan and denominated in yen, available for purchase by nonresidents of Japan Compare shogun bond