Sir Henry, 1819–99, English merchant and philanthropist: founder of an art gallery (Tate Gallery) in London, England.
(John Orley) Allen
[awr-lee] /ˈɔr li/ (Show IPA), 1899–1979, U.S. poet, critic, and editor.
James, born 1943, U.S. poet.
[ney-uh m,, -huh m] /ˈneɪ əm,, -həm/ (Show IPA), 1652–1715, English poet and playwright, born in Ireland: poet laureate 1692–1715.
Contemporary Examples

It is exhibited at the Tate along with the mass of preparatory material he used to create it.
All Hail Richard Hamilton, the Father of British Pop Art Chloë Ashby February 21, 2014

Tate and I have recruited them for countless films, the tiniest of projects, over the years.
How We Made ‘The Help’ Brunson Green August 12, 2011

Eight months after that, now 18, Tate held up a pizza deliveryman at gunpoint.
Does an 11-Year-Old Deserve Life in Prison? Anita Allen February 25, 2009

Selling Mississippi to Hollywood Both Tate and I were really eager to bring The Help’s production to Mississippi.
How We Made ‘The Help’ Brunson Green August 12, 2011

Today, the Seagram Murals hang inside the Tate Museum in London, where Molina went to see them as preparation for the role.
Alfred Molina Paints Broadway Red Rachel Syme March 30, 2010

Historical Examples

Tate smirkingly maintained, that he wrought into perfection the rough and costly material left by Shakspeare.
Their Majesties’ Servants (Volume 1 of 3) John Doran

Through Mr. Washington’s intercession for him Tate got his diploma.
Booker T. Washington Emmett J. Scott and Lyman Beecher Stowe

“I have been gradually working down the scale of greatness, but I’m afraid I have still aimed too high,” confessed Mr. Tate.
The Skipper and the Skipped Holman Day

“She would have been very p. 16 annoyed with Commissioner Tate,” she said.
Legacy James H Schmitz

Mr. Tate had a high idea of a thing which he spoke of as “style.”
Turns about Town Robert Cortes Holliday

(John Orley) Allen. 1899–1979, US poet and critic
Sir Henry. 1819–99, British sugar refiner and philanthropist; founder of the Tate Gallery
Nahum (ˈneɪʊm). 1652–1715, British poet, dramatist, and hymn-writer, born in Ireland: poet laureate (1692–1715). He is best known for writing a version of King Lear with a happy ending


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