ebony had been 12 when her mother was suddenly deprived of her livelihood.
The latest episode of bigotry comes at the hands of ebony Magazine Senior Editor Jamilah Lemieux.
Jamilah Lemieux at ebony has called it the record of the year.
ebony magazine has been the authoritative voice of African American issues for over 70 years.
ebony magazine finds itself in the hot seat for a series of covers dedicated to slain teenager Trayvon Martin.
On this table could be seen an ebony box handsomely carved, with a coat of arms on its lid.
My Nig, as black as ebony, knows well the taste of his flesh.
Below him was the sea—black and crisp, motionless as though carved in ebony.
The throne-room was lined with ebony, carved in a marvellous way.
Jack appeared like a man of ebony pictured against the dark sky.
1590s, from hebenyf (late 14c.), perhaps a Middle English misreading of Latin hebeninus "of ebony," from Greek ebeninos, from ebenos "ebony," probably from Egyptian hbnj or another Semitic source. Figurative use to suggest intense blackness is from 1620s. As an adjective, from 1590s. French ébène, Old High German ebenus (German Ebenholz) are from Latin ebenus.
a black, hard wood, brought by the merchants from India to Tyre (Ezek. 27:15). It is the heart-wood, brought by Diospyros ebenus, which grows in Ceylon and Southern India.