[buhz-bee] /ˈbʌz bi/ (Show IPA), (William Berkeley Enos) 1895–1976, U.S. choreographer and musical-film director.
George, 1685?–1753, Irish bishop and philosopher.
Sir William, 1610–77, British colonial governor of Virginia 1642–76.
a city in W California, on San Francisco Bay.
a city in E Missouri, near St. Louis.
a male given name.
Among mainstreamers Shiller and George Akerlof at Berkeley are leading the charge.
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The hijinx Llewyn finds himself in with the cat is worthy of a Busby Berkeley number.
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As a reporter for the Michigan Daily, he covered the uprisings in Berkeley as a campus correspondent.
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In the 1950s, said Maya, their mother studied at Berkeley and worked as a student organizer during the civil rights movement.
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Since the new law, Asian enrollment at Berkeley and other UC campuses has skyrocketed.
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“Old Bishop Berkeley would give a nonexistent dime to your nonexistent presence,” Anders said gaily.
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Stanford took a desperate brace and Berkeley lost the ball on downs.
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His uncle, Nathaniel Bacon, was a leader in political affairs, being one of Berkeley’s most trusted advisers.
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“The Berkeley faculty won’t let Dudley play,” Mason was saying.
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The grave criticisms and arguments of many of Berkeley’s opponents rest on the same basis.
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a city in W California, on San Francisco Bay: seat of the University of California. Pop: 102 049 (2003 est)
(ˈbɜːklɪ). Busby. real name William Berkeley Enos. 1895–1976, US dance director, noted esp for his elaborate choreography in film musicals
(ˈbɑːklɪ). George. 1685–1753, Irish philosopher and Anglican bishop, whose system of subjective idealism was expounded in his works A Treatise concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge (1710) and Three Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous (1713). He also wrote Essay towards a New Theory of Vision (1709)
(ˈbɑːklɪ). Sir Lennox (Randal Francis). 1903–89, British composer; his works include four symphonies, four operas, and the Serenade for Strings (1939)
City in California on the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay.
Note: Berkeley is the location of a distinguished branch of the University of California. The University of California at Berkeley has been a center for student activism and social-change movements, particularly in the 1960s and early 1970s.
University of California at Berkeley
Bruno, 1903–90, U.S. psychologist, educator, and writer, born in Austria.
Benazir [ben-uh-zeer] /ˌbɛn əˈzɪər/ (Show IPA), 1953–2007, prime minister of Pakistan 1988–90 and 1993–96. Zulfikar Ali [zool-fi-kahr] /ˈzul fɪˌkɑr/ (Show IPA), 1928–79, Pakistani political leader: president 1971–73 and prime minister 1973–77. Contemporary Examples Just before her death, Ms. Bhutto warned that she could see al Qaeda “marching on Islamabad in two or four years.” Al […]
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