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family name
soyadı

Herhangi biri Tom'un soyadını biliyor mu? - Does anyone know Tom's family name?

Çin'de önce soyadımızı sonra adımızı koyarız. - In China, we put our family name first, then our name.

family name
aile adı

Watanabe benim aile adımdır. - Watanabe is my family name.

Aile adın nasıl yazılır? - How is your family name written?

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Kanser hastalığı geçirmesine rağmen Fransa Bisiklet Turu'nu üst üste yedi kez (1999-2005) kazanarak kırılması güç bir rekorun sahibi olan ABD'li bisikletçi
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An English surname, originally a nickname for someone with strong arms
American jazz trumpeter. A virtuoso musician and popular, gravelly voiced singer, he greatly influenced the development of jazz. American astronaut who as commander of Apollo 11 became the first person to walk on the moon (July 20, 1969). Armstrong Edwin Howard Armstrong Gillian Armstrong Louis Armstrong Neil Alden Armstrong Lance Custer George Armstrong Lindley Armstrong Jones Richards Ivor Armstrong
an English surname
{i} family name
United States astronaut; the first man to set foot on the moon (July 20, 1969) (1930-)
United States jazz trumpeter and bandleader (1900-1971)
United States jazz trumpeter and bandleader (1900-1971) United States astronaut; the first man to set foot on the moon (July 20, 1969) (1930-)
Neil Armstrong
a US astronaut who was the first man to walk on the moon, in 1969 (1930- ). born Aug. 5, 1930, Wapakoneta, Ohio, U.S. U.S. astronaut. He became a pilot at 16, studied aeronautical engineering, and won three Air Medals in the Korean War. In 1955 he became a civilian research pilot for the forerunner of NASA. He joined the space program in 1962 with the second group of astronauts. In 1966, as command pilot of Gemini 8, he and David Scott completed the first manual space docking maneuver, with an unmanned Agena rocket. On July 20, 1969, as part of the Apollo 11 mission, he became the first person to step onto the moon, announcing "That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind
Edwin H Armstrong
born Dec. 18, 1890, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 31/Feb. 1, 1954, New York City U.S. inventor. He studied at Columbia University, where he devised a feedback circuit that brought in signals with a thousandfold amplification (1912). At its highest amplification, the circuit shifted from being a receiver to being a primary generator of radio waves, and as such it is at the heart of all radio and television broadcasting. It earned him the Franklin Medal, the highest U.S. scientific honour. His 1933 invention of circuits that produced the carrier waves for frequency modulation (FM) made high-fidelity broadcasting possible
Edwin Howard Armstrong
born Dec. 18, 1890, New York, N.Y., U.S. died Jan. 31/Feb. 1, 1954, New York City U.S. inventor. He studied at Columbia University, where he devised a feedback circuit that brought in signals with a thousandfold amplification (1912). At its highest amplification, the circuit shifted from being a receiver to being a primary generator of radio waves, and as such it is at the heart of all radio and television broadcasting. It earned him the Franklin Medal, the highest U.S. scientific honour. His 1933 invention of circuits that produced the carrier waves for frequency modulation (FM) made high-fidelity broadcasting possible
General George Armstrong Custer
a US soldier who first became famous in the American Civil War. He was killed, with all the men he was in command of, by Native Americans from the Sioux tribe led by Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull, in the Battle of the Little Bighorn. This battle is also known as Custer's Last Stand (1839-76)
George Armstrong Custer
born Dec. 5, 1839, New Rumley, Ohio, U.S. died June 25, 1876, Little Bighorn River, Montana Territory U.S. cavalry officer. He graduated from West Point and at age 23 became a brigadier general. His vigorous pursuit of Confederate troops under Gen. Robert E. Lee in retreat from Richmond hastened Lee's surrender in 1865. In 1874 he led U.S. troops to investigate rumours of gold in South Dakota's Black Hills, a sacred Indian hunting ground. The resulting gold rush led to hostile encounters with the Indians. In 1876 the 36-year-old Custer commanded one of two columns of a planned attack against Indians camped near Montana's Little Bighorn River. He rashly decided to attack without the other column, and in the Battle of the Little Bighorn he and all his troops were killed
George Armstrong Custer
{i} General George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876), United States Union general during the American Civil War
Gillian Armstrong
born Dec. 18, 1950, Melbourne, Austl. Australian film director. She first garnered international acclaim as the director of My Brilliant Career (1979), a feminist film about a young woman aspiring to be a writer in Victorian-era Australia. Her subsequent works include Australian films such as The Last Days of Chez Nous (1993) and Oscar and Lucinda (1997), as well as U.S. films such as Mrs. Soffel (1984), Little Women (1994), and Charlotte Gray (2001)
Ivor Armstrong Richards
born Feb. 26, 1893, Sandbach, Cheshire, Eng. died Sept. 7, 1979, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire English critic and poet. While a lecturer at Cambridge, Richards wrote influential works, including Principles of Literary Criticism (1924), in which he introduced a new way of reading poetry that led to the New Criticism. A student of psychology, he concluded that poetry performs a therapeutic function by coordinating various human impulses into an aesthetic whole. In the 1930s he spent much of his time developing Basic English, a language system of 850 basic words that he believed would promote international understanding. He taught at Harvard University from 1944
Lance Armstrong
born Sept. 18, 1971, Plano, Texas, U.S. American cyclist and the first rider to win six Tour de France titles (1999-2004). Armstrong began his professional cycling career in 1992 when he joined the Motorola team. He won stages of the Tour de France in 1993 and 1995 but withdrew from three of four Tours he attempted from 1993 to 1996. After the 1996 Tour, Armstrong fell ill, suffering from testicular cancer that had spread to his lungs and brain. Months of treatments followed before he could attempt his comeback. In 1998 he won the Tour of Luxembourg, and on July 25, 1999, he became the second American to win the Tour de France and the first to win it for an American team (three-time winner Greg LeMond had raced with European teams). In 2003 he won his fifth consecutive Tour de France, tying a record set by Miguel Indurain, and the following year he broke the record with his sixth consecutive win
Lance Armstrong
{i} (born 1971) United States professional road racing cyclist who is the first and most famous for winning the "Tour de France" for a record of 7 consecutive times from 1999 to 2005 (in 1996 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer which had spread to his brain and lungs, from which he completely recovered and became one of the most impressive comebacks in sports history)
Louis Armstrong
a US jazz musician, band leader, and singer, who played the trumpet and was also known as "Satchmo". He is one of the most important jazz musicians ever (1900-71). born Aug. 4, 1901, New Orleans, La., U.S. died July 6, 1971, New York, N.Y. U.S. jazz trumpeter and singer. As a youth in New Orleans, he participated in marching, riverboat, and cabaret bands. A childhood nickname, Satchelmouth, was shortened to Satchmo and used throughout his life. In 1922 he moved to Chicago to join King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band (see Dixieland). In 1924 he joined the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra in New York City; the following year he switched from cornet to trumpet and began recording under his own name with his Hot Five and Hot Seven ensembles. In these recordings the prevailing emphasis on collective improvisation gives way to his developing strength as soloist and vocalist. By the time of his "West End Blues" (1928), Armstrong had established the preeminence of the virtuoso soloist in jazz. His vibrant melodic phrasing, inventive harmonic improvisation, and swinging rhythmic conception established the vernacular of jazz music. His powerful tone, great range, and dazzling velocity set a new technical standard. He also was one of the first scat singers, improvising nonsense syllables in the manner of a horn. He became something more than a jazz musician: solo attraction, bandleader, film actor, and international star
Louis Armstrong
(1900-1971) eminent American jazz trumpet player and singer
Neil Alden Armstrong
born Aug. 5, 1930, Wapakoneta, Ohio, U.S. U.S. astronaut. He became a pilot at 16, studied aeronautical engineering, and won three Air Medals in the Korean War. In 1955 he became a civilian research pilot for the forerunner of NASA. He joined the space program in 1962 with the second group of astronauts. In 1966, as command pilot of Gemini 8, he and David Scott completed the first manual space docking maneuver, with an unmanned Agena rocket. On July 20, 1969, as part of the Apollo 11 mission, he became the first person to step onto the moon, announcing "That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind
Neil Armstrong
(born 1930) American astronaut, first man to set foot on the moon on July 20th 1969
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