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(Aaron) Montgomery, 1843–1913, U.S. merchant and mail-order retailer.
[ahr-tuh-muh s] /ˈɑr tə məs/ (Show IPA), 1727–1800, American general in the American Revolution.
[ahr-tuh-muh s] /ˈɑr tə məs/ (Show IPA), (Charles Farrar Browne) 1834–67, U.S. humorist.
Barbara (Baroness Jackson of Lodsworth) 1914–81, English economist and author.
Mrs. Humphry (Mary Augusta Arnold) 1851–1920, English novelist, born in Tasmania.
Sir Joseph George, 1856–1930, New Zealand statesman, born in Australia: prime minister 1906–12, 1928–30.
Lester Frank, 1841–1913, U.S. sociologist.
Nathaniel (“Theodore de la Guard”) 1578?–1652, English clergyman, lawyer, and author in America.
a male given name.
Historical Examples

Warren Commission (8 of 26): Hearings Vol. VIII (of 15) The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15) The President’s Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

(in many countries) a district into which a city, town, parish, or other area is divided for administration, election of representatives, etc
a room in a hospital, esp one for patients requiring similar kinds of care: a maternity ward
one of the divisions of a prison
an open space enclosed within the walls of a castle

Also called ward of court. a person, esp a minor or one legally incapable of managing his own affairs, placed under the control or protection of a guardian or of a court
guardianship, as of a minor or legally incompetent person

the state of being under guard or in custody
a person who is under the protection or in the custody of another
a means of protection

an internal ridge or bar in a lock that prevents an incorrectly cut key from turning
a corresponding groove cut in a key

a less common word for warden1
(transitive) (archaic) to guard or protect
Dame Barbara (Mary), Baroness Jackson. 1914–81, British economist, environmentalist, and writer. Her books include Spaceship Earth (1966)
Mrs Humphry, married name of Mary Augusta Arnold. 1851–1920, English novelist. Her novels include Robert Elsmere (1888) and The Case of Richard Meynell (1911)
Sir Joseph George. 1856–1930, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1906–12; 1928–30)


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