[ahl-bahn,, ahl-bahn] /ɑlˈbɑn,, ˈɑl bɑn/ (Show IPA), 1885–1935, Austrian composer.
Patricia Jane (“Patty”) 1918–2006, U.S. golfer.
Paul, born 1926, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize 1980.
short for iceberg
a South African word for mountain
Alban (Maria Johannes) (ˈalbaːn). 1885–1935, Austrian composer: a pupil of Schoenberg. His works include the operas Wozzeck (1921) and Lulu (1935), a violin concerto (1935), chamber works, and songs
Paul. born 1926, US molecular biologist, the first to identify transfer RNA (1956). Nobel prize for chemistry 1980
short for iceberg, attested from 1823.
Berg (bûrg), Paul. Born 1926.
American chemist. He shared a 1980 Nobel Prize for developing recombinant methods of inserting genes from simple organisms into the genetic material of similar organisms.
Agnolo (di Cosimo di Mariano) [ah-nyaw-law dee kaw-zee-maw dee mah-ryah-naw] /ˈɑ nyɔ lɔ di ˈkɔ zi mɔ di mɑˈryɑ nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1502–72, Italian painter. Historical Examples She was the image of the wonderful Bronzino, which she must have a look at on every ground. The Wings of the Dove, Volume 1 of 2 Henry […]
Adriaen [ah-dree-ahn] /ˈɑ driˌɑn/ (Show IPA), 1606?–38, Flemish painter. Luitzen Egbertus Jan [loit-suh n ekh-ber-tuh s yahn] /ˈlɔɪt sən ɛxˈbɛr təs yɑn/ (Show IPA), 1881–1966, Dutch mathematician and philosopher. Historical Examples It was the first street to be laid with cobble-stones , and so came by its name, which originally had been Brouwer Street. Nooks […]
Ambrose Everett, 1824–81, Union general in the American Civil War. full whiskers and a mustache worn with the chin clean-shaven. Contemporary Examples Fortunately, President Lincoln over-ruled Burnside on the death sentences bit. The Lost History of the NRA David Frum January 14, 2013 Historical Examples But Burnside was apt to act impulsively, and his impulse […]
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Aaron, 1756–1836, vice president of the U.S. 1801–05. Contemporary Examples Was it because the tweet forced some on the right to Google “aaron burr” and “Alexander Hamilton” to see what I meant? The Tea Party’s War on Comedy Dean Obeidallah October 23, 2013 Other members of Whig-Clio have included aaron burr, Woodrow Wilson, Samuel Alito, […]
Adolf Georg Wilhelm [German gey-awrk] /German geɪˈɔrk/ (Show IPA), 1891–1952, Swiss violinist, conductor, and composer, born in Germany. Fritz [frits] /frɪts/ (Show IPA), 1890–1951, German conductor. Contemporary Examples Elizabeth Colbert (she pronounces it with a hard “r”) Busch knows loss well. Mark Sanford’s Formidable Opponent: Stephen Colbert’s Sister Jack Bass April 28, 2013 In October […]