[hohg-luh nd] /ˈhoʊg lənd/ (Show IPA), (“Hoagy”) 1899–1981, U.S. songwriter and musician.
Stokely [stohk-lee] /ˈstoʊk li/ (Show IPA), (Kwame Ture) 1941–1998, U.S. civil-rights leader, born in Trinidad: chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee 1966–67.
a town in central California, near Sacramento.
Hoaglund Howard (ˈhəʊɡlənd), known as Hoagy. 1899–1981, US pianist, singer, and composer of such standards as “Star Dust” (1929).
or Stoke-upon-Trent [stohk-on-trent, -awn-] /ˈstoʊk ɒnˈtrɛnt, -ɔn-/ noun 1. a city in N Staffordshire, in central England, on the Trent River: pottery and china. Stoke-on-Trent noun 1. a city in central England, in Stoke-on-Trent unitary authority, Staffordshire on the River Trent: a centre of the pottery industry; university (1992). Pop: 259 252 (2001) 2. a […]
noun 1. a village in S Buckinghamshire, in S England, W of London: the churchyard here is believed to be the setting of Gray’s Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard.
noun 1. a person or thing that stokes. 2. a laborer employed to tend and fuel a furnace, especially a furnace used to generate steam, as on a steamship. 3. Chiefly British. the fireman on a locomotive. 4. a mechanical device for supplying coal or other solid fuel to a furnace. noun 1. Bram [bram] […]
noun 1. Carl B(urton) 1927–1996, U.S. politician: the first black mayor of a major U.S. city (Cleveland, Ohio, 1967–71). 2. Sir Frederick Wilfrid Scott, 1860–1927, British inventor and engineer. 3. Sir George Gabriel, 1819–1903, British physicist and mathematician, born in Ireland. verb (used with object), stoked, stoking. 1. to poke, stir up, and feed (a […]