[mahy-er] /ˈmaɪ ər/
adolf, 1866–1950, u.s. psychiatrist, born in switzerland.
albert (gregory) 1903–65, u.s. roman catholic clergyman.
annie florance nathan, 1867–1951, u.s. writer andeducator, a founder of barnard college.
[jool-yuh s loh-thahr;; german yoo-lee-oo s loh-tahr,, loh-tahr] /ˈdʒul yəs ˈloʊ θɑr;; german ˈyu li ʊs ˈloʊ tɑr,, loʊˈtɑr/ (show ipa), 1830–95, german chemist.
a male given name.
- A f of l
american federation of labor. also, a.f. of l. american federation of labor noun a federation of trade unions organized in 1886: united with the congress of industrial organizations 1955. abbreviation: a.f.l., afl, a.f. of l. american federation of labor noun the first permanent national labour movement in america, founded in 1886. it amalgamated with the […]
- A f prevost d'exiles
[prey-voh deg-zeel] /preɪˈvoʊ dɛgˈzil/ noun antoine françois [ahn-twan frahn-swa] /ɑ̃ˈtwan frɑ̃ˈswa/ (show ipa), (“abbé prévost”) 1697–1763, french novelist. prévost d’exiles /french prevo dɛɡzil/ noun antoine françois (ɑ̃twan frɑ̃swa), known as abbé prévost. 1697–1763, french novelist, noted for his romance manon lescaut (1731), which served as the basis for operas by puccini and m-ssenet
- A f s
american field service.
- A f t
american federation of teachers.
- A f t a manzoni
[mahn-dzaw-nee] /mɑnˈdzɔ ni/ noun alessandro (francesco tommaso antonio) [ah-les-sahn-draw frahn-ches-kaw tawm-mah-zaw ahn-taw-nyaw] /ˌɑ lɛsˈsɑn drɔ frɑnˈtʃɛs kɔ tɔmˈmɑ zɔ ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/ (show ipa), 1785–1873, italian novelist, poet, and dramatist. manzoni /italian manˈdzoːni/ noun alessandro (alesˈsandro). 1785–1873, italian romantic novelist and poet, famous for his historical novel i promessi sposi (1825–27)