George, 1863–1952, Spanish philosopher and writer in the U.S.; in Europe after 1912.
George. 1863–1952, US philosopher, poet, and critic, born in Spain. His works include The Life of Reason (1905–06) and The Realms of Being (1927–40)
noun 1. a city in SW California. 2. a river flowing SE from central South Carolina to the Atlantic. 143 miles (230 km) long. 3. a branch of the Dakota Indians, comprising the Mdewakanton, Sisseton, Wahpekute, and Wahpeton. 4. the dialect of Dakota spoken by the Santee peoples. noun 1. a river in SE central […]
noun 1. Jacques. born 1937, Luxembourg politician: prime minister of Luxembourg (1984–95); president of the European Commission (1995–99)
noun 1. a priestess of Santería.
noun 1. (sometimes lowercase) a religion merging the worship of Yoruba deities with veneration of Roman Catholic saints: practiced in Cuba and spread to other parts of the Caribbean and to the U.S. by Cuban emigrés. noun 1. a Caribbean religion composed of elements from both traditional African religion and Roman Catholicism