Alan Bartlett, Jr. 1923–1998, U.S. astronaut: first American in space, May 5, 1961.
Sam, born 1943, U.S. playwright, actor, and director.
At Fox, news anchors Bret Baier and Shepard Smith handled the news.
Boston Marathon Explosions: Death on the Airwaves as Networks Scramble Howard Kurtz April 14, 2013
“The only thing more important to Ailes than beating CNN is CNN losing to Fox,” Fox News anchor Shepard Smith once told Chafets.
16 Juiciest Bits From the Roger Ailes Biography The Daily Beast March 19, 2013
Shepard has a theory about the pictures found at Franklin’s house.
Inside Grim Sleeper’s Home Christine Pelisek December 19, 2010
Shepard Fairey, the artist behind the famous Obama “HOPE” poster—was one of the first to sign on to the project.
They’re Done With YouTube. Now Cats Storm the Art-World Justin Jones January 24, 2014
On Wednesday, anchor Shepard Smith gave Fox News viewers a dose of rationality.
Breakdancing Brad Pitt, Chainsaw Massacre Prank, and More Viral Videos The Daily Beast Video October 18, 2014
Mrs. Shepard wanted to know if we could not put in at some port, as we had done on Thursday.
Up the River Oliver Optic
Yet Shepard took as high ground as any with regard to this subject.
Bertha and Her Baptism Nehemiah Adams
Dick often wondered at the swift and almost noiseless tread of Shepard, with whom he was becoming well acquainted.
The Tree of Appomattox Joseph A. Altsheler
Owen was delighted with the decision of Colonel Shepard when he accepted my invitation.
Up the River Oliver Optic
“I don’t see that it’s my move,” said Shepard, as he floated calmly.
The Shades of the Wilderness Joseph A. Altsheler
Alan Bartlett, Jr. 1923–98, US naval officer; first US astronaut in space (1961)
Sam original name Samuel Shepard Rogers. born 1943, US dramatist, film actor, and director. His plays include Chicago (1966), The Tooth of Crime (1972), and Buried Child (1978): films as actor include Days of Heaven (1978) and The Right Stuff (1983); films as director include Far North (1989) and Silent Tongue (1994)
Alice B. 1877–1967, U.S. author in France: friend and companion of Gertrude Stein.
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Alan L(aVern) born 1932, U.S. astronaut. Roy (“Judge”) 1825?–1903, U.S. frontiersman and justice of the peace: called himself “the law west of the Pecos.”. noun any of various leguminous plants of the widely cultivated genus Phaseolus producing edible seeds in pods See French bean, lima bean, scarlet runner, string bean any of several other leguminous […]
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Alban [ahl-bahn,, ahl-bahn] /ɑlˈbɑn,, ˈɑl bɑn/ (Show IPA), 1885–1935, Austrian composer. Patricia Jane (“Patty”) 1918–2006, U.S. golfer. Paul, born 1926, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize 1980. noun short for iceberg noun a South African word for mountain noun Alban (Maria Johannes) (ˈalbaːn). 1885–1935, Austrian composer: a pupil of Schoenberg. His works include the operas Wozzeck (1921) […]
Agnolo (di Cosimo di Mariano) [ah-nyaw-law dee kaw-zee-maw dee mah-ryah-naw] /ˈɑ nyɔ lɔ di ˈkɔ zi mɔ di mɑˈryɑ nɔ/ (Show IPA), 1502–72, Italian painter. Historical Examples She was the image of the wonderful Bronzino, which she must have a look at on every ground. The Wings of the Dove, Volume 1 of 2 Henry […]
Adriaen [ah-dree-ahn] /ˈɑ driˌɑn/ (Show IPA), 1606?–38, Flemish painter. Luitzen Egbertus Jan [loit-suh n ekh-ber-tuh s yahn] /ˈlɔɪt sən ɛxˈbɛr təs yɑn/ (Show IPA), 1881–1966, Dutch mathematician and philosopher. Historical Examples It was the first street to be laid with cobble-stones , and so came by its name, which originally had been Brouwer Street. Nooks […]