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Alfred (Habdank Skarbek) [hab-dangk skahr-bek;; Polish hahp-dahngk skahr-bek] /ˈhæb dæŋk ˈskɑr bɛk;; Polish ˈhɑp dɑŋk ˈskɑr bɛk/ (Show IPA), 1879–1950, U.S. writer on general semantics, born in Poland. Historical Examples It’s really a semantic reaction test; Korzybski would have loved it. Day of the Moron Henry Beam Piper “That sounds like Korzybski,” Pierre said, as […]
- Abba hillel silver
Abba Hillel [ab-uh] /ˈæb ə/ (Show IPA), 1893–1963, U.S. rabbi, born in Lithuania. noun a very ductile malleable brilliant greyish-white element having the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of any metal. It occurs free and in argentite and other ores: used in jewellery, tableware, coinage, electrical contacts, and in electroplating. Its compounds are used in […]
Alexander Hamilton, 1812–83, U.S. statesman: vice-president of the Confederacy 1861–65. James, 1882–1950, Irish poet and novelist. Saint, died a.d. c35, first Christian martyr. Saint, c975–1038, first king of Hungary 997–1038. (Stephen of Blois) 1097?–1154, king of England 1135–54. Sir Leslie, 1832–1904, English critic, biographer, and philosopher. a male given name. Contemporary Examples I don’t think […]
Alois [ah-lois] /ˈɑ lɔɪs/ (Show IPA), 1893–1972, Czech composer. Historical Examples Casiano haba disparado y errado el vquiro: hiri la hembra, y el macho, como sucede en estos casos, se enfureci y le atac. Heath’s Modern Language Series: The Spanish American Reader Ernesto Nelson Todo estaba puesto con arte singular, y el aseo y frescura […]
Albrecht von [German ahl-brekht fuh n] /German ˈɑl brɛxt fən/ (Show IPA), 1708–77, Swiss physiologist, botanist, and writer. Contemporary Examples Like Haller, Bosch is divorced and attempting to decipher the complicated being that is his teenaged daughters. Michael Connelly’s Genius Thriller Jason Pinter October 13, 2010 Instead of penalizing Haller he let the goal stand, […]