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Campbell John Archibald Cronin Archibald Joseph Archibald Alexander Leach MacLeish Archibald Archibald Lee Wright Tait Archibald Campbell Rosebery Archibald Philip Primrose 5th earl of Archibald Philip Primrose Wavell of Eritrea and of Winchester Archibald Percival Wavell 1st Earl
Archibald C Tait
born , Dec. 21, 1811, Edinburgh, Scot. died Dec. 3, 1882, Addington, Surrey, Eng. English cleric. The son of Presbyterian parents, he became an Anglican while studying at the University of Oxford. In 1836 he became a deacon and for five years he was also a curate at two villages near Oxford. In 1842 he succeeded Thomas Arnold as headmaster of Rugby School, and in 1849 he became dean of Carlisle Cathedral. He became bishop of London in 1856; in that position he stressed reconciliation between evangelical churchmen and those who supported the Oxford movement. As archbishop of Canterbury (from 1868), he oversaw the disestablishment of the Anglican Church of Ireland and the passage of the Burials Act (1880), which allowed non-Anglican burial services in Anglican churchyards
Archibald Campbell Tait
born , Dec. 21, 1811, Edinburgh, Scot. died Dec. 3, 1882, Addington, Surrey, Eng. English cleric. The son of Presbyterian parents, he became an Anglican while studying at the University of Oxford. In 1836 he became a deacon and for five years he was also a curate at two villages near Oxford. In 1842 he succeeded Thomas Arnold as headmaster of Rugby School, and in 1849 he became dean of Carlisle Cathedral. He became bishop of London in 1856; in that position he stressed reconciliation between evangelical churchmen and those who supported the Oxford movement. As archbishop of Canterbury (from 1868), he oversaw the disestablishment of the Anglican Church of Ireland and the passage of the Burials Act (1880), which allowed non-Anglican burial services in Anglican churchyards
Archibald Joseph Cronin
born July 19, 1896, Cardross, Dumbartonshire, Scot. died Jan. 6, 1981, Montreux, Switz. Scottish novelist. Trained as a surgeon, he practiced medicine mostly in mining communities, but he ceased because of ill health and used his leisure to write. His books combine sentimentality with social criticism. His first novel, Hatter's Castle (1931; film, 1941), was an immediate success. His classic The Stars Look Down (1935; film, 1939) chronicles social injustice in a mining community. Other works include The Citadel (1937; film, 1938), The Keys of the Kingdom (1942; film, 1944), The Green Years (1944; film, 1946), The Judas Tree (1961), and A Thing of Beauty (1956)
Archibald MacLeish
born May 7, 1892, Glencoe, Ill., U.S. died April 20, 1982, Boston, Mass. U.S. poet, playwright, teacher, and public official. He practiced law before leaving for France in 1923 to perfect his poetic craft. His early poems "Ars Poetica" (1926) and "You, Andrew Marvell" (1930) are often anthologized. He later expressed his concern for democratic ideals in "public" verse such as Conquistador (1932, Pulitzer Prize) and Public Speech (1936). Other works include Collected Poems (1952, Pulitzer Prize) and the verse drama J.B. (1958, Pulitzer Prize). He served as librarian of Congress (1939-44) and assistant secretary of state (1944-45) and later taught at Harvard (1949-62)
Archibald Percival Wavell 1st Earl Wavell
born May 5, 1883, Colchester, Essex, Eng. died May 24, 1950, London British army officer. Recognized as an excellent trainer of troops, he became British commander in chief for the Middle East in 1939. In World War II he was noted for his defeat of the numerically superior Italian armies in North Africa (1940-41) but was unable to stop the German force under Erwin Rommel in the North Africa Campaign. As commander in chief of Southeast Asia (1941-43), he failed to stop the Japanese conquests of Malaya, Singapore, and Burma (1942). Promoted to field marshal, he served as viceroy of India (1943-47)
Archibald Percival Wavell 1st Earl Wavell of Eritrea and of Winchester
born May 5, 1883, Colchester, Essex, Eng. died May 24, 1950, London British army officer. Recognized as an excellent trainer of troops, he became British commander in chief for the Middle East in 1939. In World War II he was noted for his defeat of the numerically superior Italian armies in North Africa (1940-41) but was unable to stop the German force under Erwin Rommel in the North Africa Campaign. As commander in chief of Southeast Asia (1941-43), he failed to stop the Japanese conquests of Malaya, Singapore, and Burma (1942). Promoted to field marshal, he served as viceroy of India (1943-47)
Archibald Philip Primrose 5th earl of Rosebery
orig. Archibald Philip Primrose born May 7, 1847, London, Eng. died May 21, 1929, Epsom, Surrey British politician. He served in William E. Gladstone's governments as undersecretary for Scottish affairs (1881-83) and foreign secretary (1886, 1892-94). He succeeded Gladstone as prime minister (1894-95) but was ineffective in resolving conflicts within the Liberal Party and in passing legislation through the Conservative-dominated House of Lords. He broke with the Liberal Party by opposing Irish Home Rule (1905) and retired from public life
archibald wheel
adapted for artillery carriages and motor cars
archibald wheel
A metal-hubbed wheel of great strength and elasticity, esp
John Archibald Campbell
born June 24, 1811, Washington, Ga., U.S. died March 12, 1889, Baltimore, Md. U.S. jurist. After being admitted to the bar at age 18, he moved to Alabama, where he gained a large private practice and served in the state legislature. Appointed to the Supreme Court of the United States in 1853, he became known as a strict constructionist; his tenure was notable for his concurrence in the Dred Scott decision. Although he opposed secession as imprudent, he resigned from the Supreme Court in 1861 and cast his lot with the South in the American Civil War, serving as assistant secretary of war for the Confederacy. After the South's surrender he was imprisoned for four months on false charges. Upon his release he moved to New Orleans, where he established a law practice
archibald

    الواصلة

    Ar·chi·bald

    التركية النطق

    ärçıbôld

    النطق

    /ˈärʧəˌbôld/ /ˈɑːrʧəˌbɔːld/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    () Germanic ercan (“genuine”) + bald (“bold”).

    كلمة اليوم

    maquillage
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