[grif-in] /ˈgrɪf ɪn/ (Show IPA), 1835–1910, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1883–89.
a city in Cumbria, in NW England.
a city in S Pennsylvania.
Angling. a fishhook having a narrow bend.
Could it have taken her any longer to break up with that hawker of newspaper scandal, Carlisle?
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If a sequel to Liquid Sky emerges out of the current work of Carlisle and Tsukerman, there will be a built-in audience.
Punks, UFOs, and Heroin: How ‘Liquid Sky’ Became a Cult Movie Daniel Genis June 1, 2014
The conservation world, Carlisle says, is “not prepared to take on underworld.”
South Africa’s Great Rhino Airlift Nina Strochlic August 16, 2014
The memory of 1912, Carlisle, and Canton was as fresh as yesterday in that pre-television era.
The Most Wonderful Athlete in the World: Jim Thorpe’s Story Kate Buford August 4, 2012
Carlisle writes that the Air Force would want a crew ratio of 10 to one for each drone orbit during normal everyday operations.
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The headquarters of the Tenth Infantry were established at Carlisle barracks.
Ten years in the ranks, U.S. army Augustus Meyers
Charles Howard, earl of Carlisle, was governor of Jamaica from 1678 to 1681.
Privateering and Piracy in the Colonial Period Various
And he chose a moment when there were no ships of war at anchor in Carlisle Bay.
Captain Blood Rafael Sabatini
He promised to meet me in Carlisle the next day, which he did.
Between the Lines Henry Bascom Smith
Carlisle, recuperating from a gay debutante rout on the evening preceding, remained in bed.
V. V.’s Eyes Henry Sydnor Harrison
a city in NW England, administrative centre of Cumbria: railway and industrial centre. Pop: 71 773 (2001) Latin name Luguvallum (ˌluːɡuːˈvæləm)
Carleol (c.1100), earlier Lugovalio (4c.), from a Celtic proper name *Luguvalos. The Celtic cair “fortified town” was added in the Middle Ages.
a supporter of the claims of Don Carlos of Spain or of his successors to the Spanish throne. a partisan of Charles X of France, and of the elder branch of the Bourbons. Historical Examples In that country there had for years been no end of trouble, revolts, Carlist risings, wars and rumors of wars. […]
a female given name. Contemporary Examples “My hope, wish, and prayer is that she will be able to sign my book,” said 60-year-old retired social worker, Carlita Grazier. Michelle Obama Takes the First Ladies’ Version of the Hippocratic Oath Allison Yarrow June 6, 2012
the amount carried by a car, especially a freight car. the legal minimum weight entitling a railroad shipper to a rate (carload rate) lower than that charged for less than this weight. Historical Examples It’s not every masther undher the Boord, I tell you, could carry sich a car-load ov the dead langidges. Stories of […]
the amount carried by a car, especially a freight car. the legal minimum weight entitling a railroad shipper to a rate (carload rate) lower than that charged for less than this weight. Contemporary Examples He recalls calling a meeting when “American Gypsies were flooding in by the carload” to Milwaukee. American Gypsies Are a Persecuted […]
Don [don;; Spanish dawn] /dɒn;; Spanish dɔn/ (Show IPA), (Carlos Maria Isidro de Borbón) 1788–1855, pretender to the Spanish throne. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Carlos Franco, 68, was shot in his SUV near the Santa Monica Community College parking lot on June 7. Six Months After Newtown, Gun Violence & Debate Continue Eliza […]