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James Rowland
[roh-luh nd] /ˈroʊ lənd/ (Show IPA), 1869–1949, U.S. educator.
Norman (Sir Ralph Norman Angell Lane) 1874–1967, English pacifist, economist, and writer: Nobel Peace Prize 1933.
a male or female given name.
Contemporary Examples

Read Angell, and you can practically feel the summer breeze blowing through the outfield bleachers.
The 13 Best Baseball Books: From ‘The Art of Fielding’ to ‘Moneyball’ Jimmy So April 4, 2012

Historical Examples

Mr Angell has been the first to notice the great significance of its activity.
The Fruits of Victory Norman Angell

President Angell’s administration, however, was by no means all smooth sailing.
The University of Michigan Wilfred Shaw

None under the degree of an Angell was thought worthie to publishe the first tydinges of it to a fewe shepheards.
Diary of John Manningham John Manningham

Mr. Angell has received too much solace from the unwisdom of his critics.
The Fruits of Victory Norman Angell

Then he hearing (who is hid in the vault) blowes the pipe strongly, which goeth to the Angell.
The History of the Great and Mighty Kingdom of China and the Situation Thereof, Volume I (of 2) Juan Gonzalez de Mendoza

The poll was finally declared as follows: Angell, 218; Marshall, 196.
Norfolk Annals Charles Mackie

Epithaphe of Bede which was grauyd of the Angell: and the letteres agre in all thynges.
The Pilgrimage of Pure Devotion Desiderius Erasmus

Mr. Angell gives the reader no chance to imagine that these things ‘just happened.’
The Great Illusion Norman Angell

I never said that Mr. Angell objects to spending money on armaments “while the present philosophy is what it is.”
The Great Illusion Norman Angell

Sir Norman, real name Ralph Norman Angell Lane. 1874–1967, English writer, pacifist, and economist, noted for his work on the economic futility of war, The Great Illusion (1910): Nobel peace prize 1933


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