alexander frederick (baron home of the hirsel) 1903–1995, british statesman and politician: prime minister 1963–64.
sir alexander. see (baron alexander) home of the hirsel
- Arthur dove
arthur, 1880–1946, u.s. painter. rita, born 1952, u.s. poet and educator: u.s. poet laureate 1993. noun any of various birds of the family columbidae, having a heavy body, small head, short legs, and long pointed wings: order columbiformes. they are typically smaller than pigeons related adjective columbine (politics) a person opposed to war compare hawk1 […]
alexander p [uh-lyi-ksahndr] /ʌ lyɪˈksɑndr/ (show ipa), 1894–1956, russian motion-picture director. noun aleksandr petrovitch (alɪkˈsandr peˈtrɔvɪtʃ). 1894–1956, soviet film director. his films include zemlya (1930) and ivan (1932)
annette elisabeth freiin von [ah-net-uh ey-lee-zah-bet frahy-in fuh n] /ɑˈnɛt ə eɪˈli zɑˌbɛt ˈfraɪ ɪn fən/ (show ipa), 1797–1848, german poet.
alexander, 1921–92, czechoslovakian political leader: first secretary of the communist party 1968–69. noun alexander (ˈaleksandə). 1921–92, czechoslovak statesman. his reforms as first secretary of the czechoslovak communist party prompted the russian invasion of 1968
- Du cerceau
androuet [ahn-droo-e] /ɑ̃ druˈɛ/ (show ipa), . historical examples he it was, if it were any du cerceau, who planned and began the place royale. the stones of paris in history and letters, volume ii (of 2) benjamin ellis martin this eminent authority inclines to the belief that the new design was due to du […]