adela rogers, 1894–1988, u.s. journalist and writer.
a river flowing n and e through ne florida into the atlantic. 276 miles (444 km) long.
french st.-jean. a city in s quebec, in e canada.
allan r(ex) born 1926, u.s. astronomer: codiscoverer of the first quasar 1961. noun allan rex.1926–2010, us astronomer, who discovered the first quasar (1961)
arthur, 1867–1939, english ill-strator and painter. historical examples during many voyages anne sailed with captain rackham, and wherever there was pirate’s work to do, she was on deck to do it. buccaneers and pirates of our coasts frank richard stockton rackham wouldn’t clinch it with his oath unless i told him your name. blackbeard: buccaneer […]
prince abdul [ahb-dool] /ˈɑb dul/ (show ipa), 1903–90, malayan political leader: prime minister of malaya 1957–63; premier of malaysia 1963–70. contemporary examples rahman stood his ground, insisting that his daughter was too young to be engaged. afghanistan horror: a 14-year-old girl is beheaded sami yousafzai, ron moreau december 1, 2012 rahman was later found dead, […]
anton or antonín [czech ahn-taw-nyeen] /czech ˈɑn tɔ nyin/ (show ipa), 1770–1836, czech composer. historical examples during his attendance at the conservatoire, he received also instruction in composition from reicha. the violoncello and its history wilhelm joseph von wasielewski the princ-p-l gave his consent, and my mother took me to reicha’s house. autobiographical reminiscences with […]
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adolfo [uh-dol-foh;; spanish ah-th awl-faw] /əˈdɒl foʊ;; spanish ɑˈðɔl fɔ/ (show ipa), born 1931, argentine sculptor and human rights activist: n-bel prize 1980.