William Randolph, 1863–1951, U.S. editor and publisher.
his son, William Randolph, Jr. 1908–1993, U.S. publisher and editor.
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William Randolph. 1863–1951, US newspaper publisher, whose newspapers were noted for their sensationalism
William Least [leest] /list/ (Show IPA), (William Trogden) born 1939, U.S. writer.
William Henry, 1818–91, U.S. law partner and biographer of Abraham Lincoln. a town in NE Virginia. Contemporary Examples Rogoff and Reinhart Respond Megan McArdle April 16, 2013 Making Lincoln Sexy: Jerome Charyn’s Fictional President Tom LeClair March 5, 2014 Did Reinhart and Rogoff Flub a Major Statistic? Megan McArdle April 16, 2013 The Ultimate Lincoln […]
Sir John Frederick William, 1792–1871, English astronomer. his father, Sir William (Friedrich Wilhelm Herschel) 1738–1822, English astronomer, born in Germany. Also, Hershel. a male given name. Contemporary Examples Are We Killing Our Sports Gene? David Epstein August 3, 2013 Great Weekend Reads The Daily Beast March 4, 2011 Historical Examples Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume […]
William Ernest, 1873–1966, U.S. philosopher. the joint in the hind leg of a horse, cow, etc., above the fetlock joint, corresponding anatomically to the ankle in humans. a corresponding joint in a fowl. to hamstring. pawn1 . the state of being deposited or held as security; pawn: She was forced to put her good jewelry […]