Ben, 1898–1969, U.S. painter, born in Lithuania.
Ben. 1898–1969, US artist, born in Lithuania, best known as an exponent of social realism, especially in the series (1931–32) inspired by the executions of Sacco and Vanzetti
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Benjamin, 1779–1864, U.S. scientist and educator. Historical Examples I shall have it nearly all reprinted in “Silliman’s Journal” as a nut for Agassiz to crack. More Letters of Charles Darwin Charles Darwin Putnam, Silliman, Burr, and others were conspicuous in their exertions. The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn Henry P. Johnston Silliman […]
Bedřich [Czech be-drzhikh] /Czech ˈbɛ drʒɪx/ (Show IPA), 1824–84, Czech composer. Historical Examples Smetana came first into the field; it was his work to gather the stones and to lay the foundation. Studies in Modern Music, Second Series W. H. Hadow Smetana was a brilliant composer, but his value lies in his awakening of the […]
Beverly (Belle Silverman”Bubbles”) 1929–2007, U.S. coloratura soprano and opera administrator. a horizontal timber, block, or the like serving as a foundation of a wall, house, etc. the horizontal piece or member beneath a window, door, or other opening. Geology. a tabular body of intrusive igneous rock, ordinarily between beds of sedimentary rocks or layers of […]