Alfred, 1835–1913, English poet: poet laureate 1896–1913.
John, 1790–1859, English writer on law.
[lang-shaw] /ˈlæŋ ʃɔ/ (Show IPA), 1911–60, British philosopher.
Mary (Hunter) 1868–1934, U.S. novelist, playwright, and short-story writer.
Stephen Fuller, 1793–1836, American colonizer in Texas.
Warren Robinson, 1877–1962, U.S. diplomat.
Augustine, Saint (def 2).
a city in and the capital of Texas, in the central part, on the Colorado River.
a city in SE Minnesota.
a male given name, form of Augustus.
a city in central Texas, on the Colorado River: state capital since 1845. Pop: 672 011 (2003 est)
Herbert, 1st Baron. 1866–1941, British automobile engineer, who founded the Austin Motor Company
John. 1790–1859, British jurist, whose book The Province of Jurisprudence Determined (1832) greatly influenced legal theory and the English legal system
J(ohn) L(angshaw) (ˈlæŋʃɔː). 1911–60, English philosopher, whose lectures Sense and Sensibilia and How to do Things with Words were published posthumously in 1962
another word for Augustinian
Capital of Texas.
Note: Location of the University of Texas.
- Stephen hawking
noun 1. Stephen William, born 1942, English mathematician and theoretical physicist. noun 1. Stephen William. Born 1942, British physicist. Stricken with a progressive nervous disease since the 1960s, he has nevertheless been a leader in cosmological theory. His publications intended for a wide audience include A Brief History of Time (1987) and The Grand Design […]
- Stephen I
noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 257? pope 254–257.
- Stephen II
noun 1. died a.d. 757, pope 752–757.
- Stephen III
noun 1. died a.d. 772, pope 768–772.