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Alice Lee Roosevelt (“Princess Alice”) 1884–1980, U.S. socialite: daughter of Theodore Roosevelt. Nicholas, 1869–1931, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1925–31. Contemporary Examples Longworth was born in 1783 to Loyalist parents in Newark, New Jersey. America’s First Great Wine…Made in 1842 Jordan Salcito November 22, 2013 Longworth worked hard at odd jobs, passed the bar […]
(Amasa) Leland, 1824–93, U.S. railroad developer, politician, and philanthropist: governor of California 1861–63; senator 1885–93. a male given name. Contemporary Examples TB: Well, you are now at Stanford, which is the center of such high, high medical learning. A Novel That’s the Best Medicine Tina Brown February 10, 2009 As an undergrad at Stanford, I […]
Alfred Lothar [ahl-freyt loh-tahr,, loh-tahr] /ˈɑl freɪt ˈloʊ tɑr,, loʊˈtɑr/ (Show IPA), 1880–1930, German meteorologist and geophysicist: originated theory of continental drift. Historical Examples Thorpe alludes in a note to a German poem by Wegener, which I have not seen. The Science of Fairy Tales Edwin Sidney Hartland Romantic student clubs at Lutter’s and Wegener’s […]
Alphonse Marie Louis de Prat de [al-fawns ma-ree lwee duh pra duh] /alˈfɔ̃s maˈri lwi də pra də/ (Show IPA), 1790–1869, French poet, historian, and statesman. Historical Examples Lamartine was then so popular that he might have saved the situation. My Autobiography F. Max Mller Lamartine grew rapidly in public estimation, because he was a […]
Alfred (“Alf”) Mossman [maws-muh n,, mos-] /ˈmɔs mən,, ˈmɒs-/ (Show IPA), 1887–1987, U.S. politician. Contemporary Examples Enter ghost writer Landon Parvin—the go-to guy for political mirth. How Funny Is Obama? Sandra McElwaine January 29, 2009 Landon Wilson, a U.S. Navy cryptologic technician, returned from Afghanistan in 2013 to a promotion for good work. Yes to […]