B (Berick Traven Torsvan) 1890–1969, U.S.-born novelist in Mexico.
B(en), original name Albert Otto Max Feige. ?1882–1969, US novelist, born in Germany and living in Mexico from 1920, who kept his identity secret. His novels, originally written in German, include The Treasure of Sierra Madre (1934)
Elizabeth Virginia Wallace (“Bess”) 1885–1982, U.S. First Lady 1945–53 (wife of Harry S Truman). Harry S, 1884–1972, 33rd president of the U.S. 1945–53. a male given name. Contemporary Examples If you were already thinking “Truman Doctrine,” give yourself a point. Obama’s ‘No Containment’ AIPAC Speech Made War With Iran Inevitable Michael Tomasky March 5, 2012 […]
Ben, 1874–1940, U.S. silent-film comedian. Richard (“Dick”) 1706–39, English highwayman. Contemporary Examples “I think there are probably more victims out there,” said Turpin. Los Angeles Police Pin Old Murders of Three Women on Dead Serial Killer Christine Pelisek August 2, 2012 “We found out he was in custody and shortly after that there was evidence […]
Blessed Virgin. farewell. book value. Elihu, 1853–1937, U.S. inventor, born in England. Sir George Paget, 1892–1975, English physicist (son of Sir Joseph John): Nobel prize 1937. James, 1700–48, English poet, born in Scotland. James (“B.V”) 1834–82, English poet. John Arthur, 1861–1933, Scottish scientist and author. Sir Joseph John, 1856–1940, English physicist: Nobel prize 1906. Virgil, […]
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