American Association of University Women.
Alvar [ahl-vahr] /ˈɑl vɑr/ (Show IPA), 1898–1976, Finnish architect and furniture designer. noun Alvar (ˈalvar). 1898–1976, Finnish architect and furniture designer, noted particularly for his public and industrial buildings, in which wood is much used. He invented bent plywood furniture (1932)
the name of the first man: husband of Eve and progenitor of the human race. Gen. 2:7; 5:1–5. Adolphe Charles [a-dawlf sharl] /aˈdɔlf ʃarl/ (Show IPA), 1803–56, French composer of comic opera and ballet music. James, 1730–94, and his brother Robert, 1728–92, English architects and furniture designers. Lambert Sigisbert [lahn-ber see-zheez-ber] /lɑ̃ˈbɛr si ʒizˈbɛr/ (Show […]
Alfred, 1870–1937, Austrian psychiatrist and psychologist. Cyrus, 1863–1940, U.S. religious leader and Jewish scholar. Felix, 1851–1933, U.S. educator, reformer, and writer. Kurt (Herbert) 1905–77, U.S. orchestra conductor, born in Austria. Lawrence Cecil (“Larry”) 1914–2001, U.S. harmonica player. Mortimer (Jerome) 1902–91, U.S. philosopher, educator, and author. Peter Hermann, 1899–1990, U.S. orchestra conductor, born in Austria-Hungary. Contemporary […]
Ahmadou [ah-mah-doo] /ɑ mɑˈdu/ (Show IPA), 1924–1989, statesman: president of Cameroon 1960–82.