Shirley (Shirley Temple Black) 1928–2014, U.S. film actress, famous for child roles during the 1930s, and diplomat.
Sir William, 1628–99, English essayist and diplomat.
a city in central Texas.
a building or place dedicated to the worship of a deity or deities
a Mormon church
(US) another name for a synagogue
any Christian church, esp a large or imposing one
any place or object regarded as a shrine where God makes himself present, esp the body of a person who has been sanctified or saved by grace
a building regarded as the focus of an activity, interest, or practice: a temple of the arts
the region on each side of the head in front of the ear and above the cheek bone related adjective temporal
the part of a loom that keeps the cloth being woven stretched to the correct width
either of two buildings in London and Paris that belonged to the Templars. The one in London now houses two of the chief law societies
any of three buildings or groups of buildings erected by the Jews in ancient Jerusalem for the worship of Jehovah
Shirley, married name Shirley Temple Black. born 1928, US film actress and politician. Her films as a child star include Little Miss Marker (1934), Wee Willie Winkie (1937), and Heidi (1937). She was US ambassador to Ghana (1974–76) and to Czechoslovakia (1989–92)
Sir William. 1628–99, English diplomat and essayist. He negotiated the Triple Alliance (1668) and the marriage of William of Orange to Mary II
William. 1881–1944, English prelate and advocate of social reform; archbishop of Canterbury (1942–44)
Note: A wall remaining from the temples, known as the Western Wall, is one of the most sacred places for Jews today.
William Makepeace [meyk-pees] /ˈmeɪkˌpis/ (Show IPA), 1811–63, English novelist, born in India. Contemporary Examples Hitler’s Strange Afterlife in India Dilip D’Souza November 29, 2012 Hitler’s Strange Afterlife in India Dilip D’Souza November 29, 2012 Mumbai on Edge With Shiv Sena Founder Bal Thackeray Ill Dilip D’Souza November 15, 2012 Mumbai on Edge With Shiv Sena […]
an apostle who demanded proof of Christ’s Resurrection. John 20:24–29. Augustus, 1857–1934, U.S. playwright, journalist, and actor. (Charles Louis) Ambroise [sharl lwee ahn-brwaz] /ʃarl lwi ɑ̃ˈbrwaz/ (Show IPA), 1811–96, French composer. Clarence, born 1948, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court since 1991. Dylan (Marlais) [dil-uh n mahr-ley] /ˈdɪl ən ˈmɑr leɪ/ (Show […]
William, 1759–1828, U.S. architect, born in the British Virgin Islands. a town in NE Colorado. a male given name. Contemporary Examples A World Without Elephants? Blame China Michael Tomasky August 5, 2014 Will China’s Slowdown Derail America’s Recovery? Dan Levin September 1, 2012 The House of Shock Is Terrifying Its Guests and Causing Controversy—and the […]
Samuel Jones, 1814–86, U.S. statesman. William Tatem, Jr [tey-tuh m] /ˈteɪ təm/ (Show IPA), 1893–1953, U.S. tennis player. Contemporary Examples Romney and His Money David Frum January 11, 2012 Historical Examples Letters and Literary Memorials of Samuel J. Tilden, v. 1 Samuel J. Tilden The Underdog F. Hopkinson Smith The Art of Entertaining M. E. […]