A social reformer of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. She founded a settlement house, Hull House, in Chicago, and also worked for peace and for women’s rights. In 1931, she won the Nobel Prize for peace.
addar ample, splendid, son of Bela (1 Chr. 8:3); called also “Ard” (Gen. 46:21)
a large, pale-colored antelope, Addax nasomaculatus, of North Africa, with loosely spiraled horns. Historical Examples That the strepsiceros of Pliny, or the addax of the Africans, is the antelope. Buffon’s Natural History. Volume VIII (of 10) Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon Unlike the addax, it is gregarious in its habits, and lives in large herds. […]
addd tool A Depository of Development Documents. A public domain Software Engineering Environment from GMD developed as part of the STONE project. (1995-02-03)
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