(Robert) Anthony, Earl of Avon, 1897–1977, British statesman: prime minister 1955–57.
As anthony eden put it: the best way for the Allies to help Jews was “to win the war.”
The Savior of Sobibor Richard Rashke October 13, 2013
Look how quickly Ike tossed over anthony eden and de Gaulle at Suez.
Why Barack Should Grow a Beard Jamie Malanowski December 3, 2008
(Old Testament) Also called Garden of Eden. the garden in which Adam and Eve were placed at the Creation
a delightful place, region, dwelling, etc; paradise
a state of great delight, happiness, or contentment; bliss
Sir (Robert) Anthony, Earl of Avon. 1897–1977, British Conservative statesman; foreign secretary (1935–38; 1940–45; 1951–55) and prime minister (1955–57). He resigned after the controversy caused by the occupation of the Suez Canal zone by British and French forces (1956)
early 13c., “delightful place,” figurative use of the place described in Genesis, usually referred to Hebrew edhen “pleasure, delight,” but perhaps from Ugaritic base ‘dn and meaning “a place that is well-watered throughout” (see also Aden).
delight. (1.) The garden in which our first parents dewlt (Gen. 2:8-17). No geographical question has been so much discussed as that bearing on its site. It has been placed in Armenia, in the region west of the Caspian Sea, in Media, near Damascus, in Palestine, in Southern Arabia, and in Babylonia. The site must undoubtedly be sought for somewhere along the course of the great streams the Tigris and the Euphrates of Western Asia, in “the land of Shinar” or Babylonia. The region from about lat. 33 degrees 30’ to lat. 31 degrees, which is a very rich and fertile tract, has been by the most competent authorities agreed on as the probable site of Eden. “It is a region where streams abound, where they divide and re-unite, where alone in the Mesopotamian tract can be found the phenomenon of a single river parting into four arms, each of which is or has been a river of consequence.” Among almost all nations there are traditions of the primitive innocence of our race in the garden of Eden. This was the “golden age” to which the Greeks looked back. Men then lived a “life free from care, and without labour and sorrow. Old age was unknown; the body never lost its vigour; existence was a perpetual feast without a taint of evil. The earth brought forth spontaneously all things that were good in profuse abundance.” (2.) One of the markets whence the merchants of Tyre obtained richly embroidered stuffs (Ezek. 27:23); the same, probably, as that mentioned in 2 Kings 19:12, and Isa. 37:12, as the name of a region conquered by the Assyrians. (3.) Son of Joah, and one of the Levites who assisted in reforming the public worship of the sanctuary in the time of Hezekiah (2 Chr. 29:12).
Anthony Herman Gerard [Dutch ahn-toh-nee her-mahn gey-rahrt] /Dutch ɑnˈtoʊ ni ˈhɛr mɑn ˈgeɪ rɑrt/ (Show IPA), 1890–1939, Dutch airplane designer and builder. an aircraft designed or built by Fokker, especially as used by Germany in World War I. Historical Examples Its day of triumph at an end, it withdrew to the seclusion of its hangar, […]
Tony (Anthony Frederic Sarg) 1882–1942, U.S. illustrator and marionette maker, born in Guatemala. Historical Examples The 9th Brigade took possession of Savigny without meeting any serious opposition, and Sarg was stormed in the dusk. The Franco-German War of 1870-71 Count Helmuth, von Moltke Mr. Sargent substituted the name of the author, and it now stands […]
- Anthony hawkins
Sir Anthony Hope (“Anthony Hope”) 1863–1933, English novelist and playwright. Coleman, 1904–69, U.S. jazz saxophonist. Also, Hawkyns. Sir John, 1532–95, English slave trader and rear admiral. noun Coleman. 1904–69, US pioneer of the tenor saxophone for jazz Sir John. 1532–95, English naval commander and slave trader, treasurer of the navy (1577–89); commander of a squadron […]
- Anthony hoare
anthony hoare person (C. Anthony R. Hoare, Tony) A computer scientist working on programming languages, especially parallel ones. Hoare was responsible for Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP). See also: pointer, Simone. [Did he invent the Hoare powerdomain? Other details?] (1999-07-22)
- Anthony hope
Sir Anthony Hope (“Anthony Hope”) 1863–1933, English novelist and playwright. Coleman, 1904–69, U.S. jazz saxophonist. Also, Hawkyns. Sir John, 1532–95, English slave trader and rear admiral. Anthony, pen name of . Bob (Leslie Townes Hope) 1903–2003, U.S. comedian, born in England. John, 1868–1936, U.S. educator. a town in SW Arkansas. a female given name. Historical […]