American firearms inventor whose designs include repeating rifles, automatic pistols, and a machine gun dubbed "the Peacemaker" that was used in the Spanish-American War and adapted for aerial warfare in World War I. British poet best known for dramatic monologues such as "My Last Duchess," "Fra Lippo Lippi," and "The Bishop Orders His Tomb." His work, including his masterpiece, The Ring and the Book (1868-1869), explored new ways of using diction and poetic rhythm
Denotes ageing in a wine Young wine color tints show no sign of such "browning" If possessed of good character and depth, a wine can still be very enjoyable even with a pronounced "brown" tint In average wines this tint, seen along the wine surface edge in a tilted glass goblet, normally signals a wine is "past its peak", although still very drinkable
Describes a wine's color, and is a sign that a wine is mature and may be faded Could be a bad sign in young wines, but less significant in older wines Older wines may have a brownish edge yet still be enjoyable Sometimes this brownish edge will look brick colored
Describes a wine's color, and is a sign that a wine is mature and may be faded A bad sign in young red (or white) wines, but less significant in older wines Wines 20 to 30 years old may have a brownish edge yet still be enjoyable
English poet best remembered for love sonnets written to her husband Robert Browning (1806-1861)
Preparation method, usually in a skillet or pot on the stove top, which sears in the outer surface of meat to seal in the juices
United States inventor of firearms (especially automatic pistols and repeating rifles and a machine gun called the Peacemaker) (1855-1926)
English poet best remembered for love sonnets written to her husband Robert Browning (1806-1861) English poet and husband of Elizabeth Barrett Browning noted for his dramatic monologues (1812-1889) United States inventor of firearms (especially automatic pistols and repeating rifles and a machine gun called the Peacemaker) (1855-1926)
cooking to a brown crispiness over a fire or on a grill; "proper toasting should brown both sides of a piece of bread"
Denotes ageing in a wine Young wine colour tints show no sign of such "browning" If possessed of good character and depth, a wine can still be very enjoyable even with a pronounced "brown" tint In average wines this tint, seen along the wine surface edge in a tilted glass goblet, normally signals a wine is "past its peak", although still very drinkable
A.30- or.50-caliber automatic belt-fed, air-cooled or water-cooled machine gun capable of firing ammunition at a rate of more than 500 rounds per minute, used by U.S. troops in World War II and the Korean War
a British poet who married the poet Robert Browning in 1846 (1806-61). orig. Elizabeth Barrett born March 6, 1806, near Durham, Durham, Eng. died June 29, 1861, Florence British poet. Though she was an invalid who was afraid to meet strangers, her poetry became well known in literary circles with the publication of volumes of verse in 1838 and 1844. She met Robert Browning in 1845 and, after a courtship kept secret from her despotic father, they married and settled in Florence. Her reputation rests chiefly on the love poems written during their courtship, Sonnets from the Portuguese (1850). Her most ambitious work, the blank-verse novel Aurora Leigh (1857), was a huge popular success
a British poet, married to Elizabeth Barrett Browning, whose poems include The Ring and the Book and Home Thoughts from Abroad (1812-89). born May 7, 1812, London, Eng. died Dec. 12, 1889, Venice, Italy British poet. His early works include verse dramas, notably Pippa Passes (1841), and long poems, including Sordello (1840). In the years of his marriage (1846-61) to Elizabeth Barrett Browning, spent in Italy, he produced little other than Men and Women (1855), which contains dramatic lyrics such as "Love Among the Ruins" and the great monologues "Fra Lippo Lippi" and "Bishop Blougram's Apology." Dramatis Personae (1864), including "Rabbi Ben Ezra" and "Caliban upon Setebos," finally won him popular recognition. The Ring and the Book (1868-69), a book-length poem, is based on a 1698 murder trial in Rome. Browning influenced many modern poets through his development of the dramatic monologue (with its emphasis on individual psychology) and through his success in writing about the variety of modern life in language his contemporaries found often difficult as well as original
orig. Charles Albert Browning born July 12, 1880, Louisville, Ky., U.S. died Oct. 6, 1962, Malibu, Calif. U.S. film director. He was a circus performer and vaudeville comic before joining the Biograph film studio in 1915. He wrote several screenplays, then directed melodramas and adventure films (1917-25). He directed the macabre film The Unholy Three (1925), starring Lon Chaney, followed by Dracula (1931) and Freaks (1932), which established his reputation for films of horror and the grotesque
When food browns or when you brown food, you cook it, usually for a short time on a high flame. Cook for ten minutes until the sugar browns He browned the chicken in a frying pan. American writer and editor who is considered America's first professional novelist. Brown is best known for his Gothic romances, such as Wieland (1798), Ormund (1799), and Jane Talbot (1801). American jazz trumpeter whose work, especially as a member of the quintet he formed with Max Roach (1954-1956), influenced jazz improvisation and bop styles. British-born American chemist. He shared a 1979 Nobel Prize for discoveries in the chemistry of boron and phosphorus. American singer. First popular in the 1950s with hits like "Please, Please, Please," he is often called the "Godfather of Soul.". American football player. A running back with the Cleveland Browns (1957-1971), he led the National Football League in rushing for seven of his eight seasons and is listed as one of the NFL all-time rushing leaders. American abolitionist. In 1859 Brown and 21 followers captured the U.S. arsenal at Harper's Ferry as part of an effort to liberate Southern slaves. His group was defeated, and Brown was hanged after a trial in which he won sympathy as an abolitionist martyr. American author of children's picture books, including the Noisy Book series (1939) and Goodnight Moon (1947). American minister and suffragist who was the first woman in the United States to be ordained in the ministry of an established denomination (1863). Scottish botanist known for his investigation of the sexual behavior of plants. His discovery of the irregular movement of pollen grains led to the concept known as Brownian movement. the colour of earth, wood, or coffee
an orange of low brightness and saturation abolitionist who was hanged after leading an unsuccessful raid at Harper's Ferry, Virginia (1800-1858) Scottish botanist who first observed the movement of small particles in fluids now known a Brownian motion (1773-1858) fry in a pan until it changes color; "brown the meat in the pan"
You can describe a white-skinned person as brown when they have been sitting in the sun until their skin has become darker than usual. I don't want to be really really brown, just have a nice light golden colour. = tanned
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