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A motor car manufactured by this company
An English habitational surname
a type of large, comfortable car, made in Britain, and similar to a Rolls-Royce
an English surname
a British manufacturer of luxury motor cars
Eric Bentley
born Sept. 14, 1916, Bolton, Lancashire, Eng. British-born U.S. drama critic and translator. He was a stage director in several European cities (1948-51); in Munich, after working with Bertolt Brecht on a production of the playwright's Mother Courage, he translated Brecht's plays into English. His reporting on European theatre for several magazines helped introduce many European playwrights to the U.S. He wrote numerous critical works, including Life of the Drama (1964), and taught at Columbia University (1953-69) and elsewhere
Eric Russell Bentley
born Sept. 14, 1916, Bolton, Lancashire, Eng. British-born U.S. drama critic and translator. He was a stage director in several European cities (1948-51); in Munich, after working with Bertolt Brecht on a production of the playwright's Mother Courage, he translated Brecht's plays into English. His reporting on European theatre for several magazines helped introduce many European playwrights to the U.S. He wrote numerous critical works, including Life of the Drama (1964), and taught at Columbia University (1953-69) and elsewhere
Richard Bentley
born Jan. 27, 1662, Oulton, Yorkshire, Eng. died July 14, 1742, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire English clergyman and classical scholar. He was appointed Boyle lecturer at Oxford in 1692, became keeper of the Royal Library in 1694, and was named master of Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1700. He displayed his skill in textual emendation and his knowledge of ancient metre in Epistola ad Joannem Millium (1691). In Dissertation on the Epistles of Phalaris (1699), he proved the epistles to be spurious; his dispute with Charles Boyle over their authenticity was satirized by Jonathan Swift in The Battle of the Books (1704). He also published critical texts of classical authors, including Horace, and made linguistic contributions to the study of ancient Greek
bentley

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    Bent·ley

    Турецкое произношение

    bentli

    Произношение

    /ˈbentlē/ /ˈbɛntliː/

    Этимология

    [ 'bent-lE ] (biographical name.) Originally a Sussex habitational name, the word "leag" or "ley" meaning field in Anglo-Saxon. Hence, "bent field".

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