William, 1908–81, U.S. dramatist, short-story writer, and novelist.
Deborah, 1760–1827, U.S. Revolutionary War soldier who fought disguised as a man. William Thomas, 1840–1902, U.S. admiral. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Why Has the Public Forgiven R. Kelly for His Sordid, Predatory Past? Marlow Stern December 8, 2013 Historical Examples Christie Johnstone Charles Reade A Prisoner of Morro Upton Sinclair Peter Cotterell’s Treasure […]
William Warren, 1917–2011, U.S. politician. a city in NE Pennsylvania. Contemporary Examples Face It, Republicans, ‘Bazooka Joe’ Biden Won the VP Debate Matt Latimer October 11, 2012 In Defense of Elitism Tucker Carlson October 27, 2008 Ryan Solid, But One Major Mistake David Frum October 11, 2012 Speed Read: 11 Best Bits from Joe Biden […]
William Henry, 1801–72, U.S. statesman: secretary of state 1861–69. Contemporary Examples Stoker Family Values Matthew Shaer October 29, 2009 President Lincoln’s Twitter Mole Kevin Peraino October 25, 2013 Is Amelia Earhart Mystery Solved? Why the Aviator Lifts Our Hearts Susan Butler June 3, 2012 The Johnson Family Tears Barbara Goldsmith January 6, 2010 The Johnson […]
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William (“Fiona Macleod”) 1855?–1905, Scottish poet and critic. Historical Examples Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events S. Baring-Gould Warren Commission (7 of 26): Hearings Vol. VII (of 15) The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy William Sharp (Fiona Macleod) Elizabeth A. Sharp Vanishing Roads and Other Essays Richard Le Gallienne Among Famous Books […]