Sir (Harold) Malcolm (Watts) 1895–1967, English conductor.
John Singer, 1856–1925, U.S. painter.
Sir (Harold) Malcolm (Watts). 1895–1967, English conductor
John Singer. 1856–1925, US painter, esp of society portraits; in London from 1885
noun 1. Frank. 1903–82, New Zealand short-story writer and novelist. His work includes the short-story collection That Summer and Other Stories (1946) and the novel I Saw in my Dream (1949)
noun, plural sargos. Ichthyology. 1. a silvery grunt, Anisotremus davidsonii, inhabiting waters off the coasts of California and Mexico, having blackish markings and yellowish fins.
noun 1. a city in NE Pakistan. noun 1. a city in NE Pakistan: grain market. Pop: 556 000 (2005 est)
noun 1. flourished c2300 b.c, Mesopotamian ruler: founder of Akkadian kingdom. noun 1. died 705 b.c, king of Assyria 722–705. noun 1. died 705 bc, king of Assyria (722–705). He developed a policy of transporting conquered peoples to distant parts of his empire (In the inscriptions, “Sarra-yukin” [the god] has appointed the king; also “Sarru-kinu,” […]