Sir Alfred Charles Bernard, 1913–2012, British astronomer.
a male given name.
Contemporary Examples

Lovell does an excellent job deconstructing this self-serving myth.
We’re Still Fighting the Opium Wars William O’Connor August 27, 2014

Lovell said the military lacked any direction from Washington that evening.
General: We Didn’t Even Try To Save American Lives In Benghazi Eli Lake April 30, 2014

“I consider myself both an activist and a businessman,” says Lovell.
Death-Row Pen Pals Deidre Depke November 19, 2009

Writeaprisoner’s Lovell says the ads are generally quite successful.
Death-Row Pen Pals Deidre Depke November 19, 2009

Lovell also said the State Department never asked the military for backup that evening.
General: We Didn’t Even Try To Save American Lives In Benghazi Eli Lake April 30, 2014

Historical Examples

There were some new ones too, for Lovell had supplied all that was lacking.
Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1909 to 1922 Lucy Maud Montgomery

The bridal feast was held at Lovell Tower, and all the neighbours were invited to it.
Mistress Margery Emily Sarah Holt

The city was promptly evacuated by the Confederate General Lovell.
A Short Life of Abraham Lincoln John G. Nicolay

May at Lovell’s Harbor was one of the most beautiful seasons of the year.
Walter and the Wireless Sara Ware Bassett

Another person says that Howe enlarged all the prisoners but Lovell, and he would not come out.
Familiar Letters of John Adams and His Wife Abigail Adams During the Revolution John Adams

Sir Bernard. 1913–2012 English radio astronomer; founder (1951) and director of Jodrell Bank

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