Alfred, 1902–1983, U.S. mathematician and logician, born in Poland.
Sir Henry, 1819–99, English merchant and philanthropist: founder of an art gallery (Tate Gallery) in London, England. (John Orley) Allen [awr-lee] /ˈɔr li/ (Show IPA), 1899–1979, U.S. poet, critic, and editor. James, born 1943, U.S. poet. Nahum [ney-uh m,, -huh m] /ˈneɪ əm,, -həm/ (Show IPA), 1652–1715, English poet and playwright, born in Ireland: poet […]
Alexander (Aleksandr Nikolaevich) 1899–1977, Russian pianist and composer, in the U.S. his father, Nicholas (Nikolai Nickolaevich) 1873–1945, Russian composer and conductor. Historical Examples The more recent ones, such as those of Rachmaninov and Tcherepnin, are no better than the others. The London Mercury, Vol. I, Nos. 1-6, November 1919 to April 1920 Various
Alfred, Lord (1st Baron) 1809–92, English poet: poet laureate 1850–92. Contemporary Examples The English Ross and Sanders, 41, have two children together, Skyla, 7, and Tennyson, 5, known as “Sonny.” Meet Liberty Ross, the Model Rupert Sanders Jilted for Kristen Stewart Isabel Wilkinson July 25, 2012 He quotes Tennyson; he compares himself to Nixon; he […]
Albius [al-bee-uh s] /ˈæl bi əs/ (Show IPA), c54–c19 b.c, Roman poet. Historical Examples This image is taken from Ovid’s elegy on the death of Tibullus, Amor. The Works of Alexander Pope, Volume 1 Alexander Pope The three chief elegists are Tibullus, Propertius, and Ovid. A History of Roman Literature Harold North Fowler They were […]
Alfred von [ahl-freyt fuh n] /ˈɑl freɪt fən/ (Show IPA), 1849–1930, German admiral and statesman. Historical Examples What responsible people did object to was the method of those who belonged to the Tirpitz school. Before the War Viscount Richard Burton Haldane Tirpitz can do and dares to do what many others do not dare. The […]