an instrument that measures the of a surface.
edward, born 1928, u.s. playwright. contemporary examples as always in albee, the play features family turmoil and a good dose of alcohol. fall broadway preview: ‘this is our youth,’ bradley cooper as ‘the elephant man,’ and more janice kaplan september 10, 2014 the regent movie theater, albee square mall, and [record store] beat street are […]
- Albee, edward
albee, edward a twentieth-century american playwright whose early plays reflected the influence of the theater of the absurd. his psychological dramas include who’s afraid of virginia woolf?, tiny alice, and a delicate balance.
- Isabela island
an island in the pacific ocean, off the w coast of south america: the largest of the galapagos islands of ecuador. 2250 sq. mi. (5827 sq. km).
- Albemarle sound
an inlet of the atlantic ocean, in ne north carolina. 60 miles (97 km) long. historical examples with these two forts the confederates claimed that they could control the entrance to albemarle sound. the naval history of the united states willis j. abbot. in 1667, there were no inhabitants in carolina south of albemarle sound; […]
isaac [ee-sah-ahk;; english ahy-zuh k] /ˌi sɑˈɑk;; english ˈaɪ zək/ (show ipa), 1860–1909, spanish composer and pianist. historical examples yet he is modern, in the sense that he is intellectual and anti-sentimental, as compared with albeniz. the london mercury, vol. i, nos. 1-6, november 1919 to april 1920 various mr. rubinstein succeeded in making the […]