- (James) Charles,born 1922, U.S. civil-rights leader.
- his brotherMed·gar (Wiley) [med-ger] /ˈmɛd gər/, 1925–63, U.S. civil-rights leader.
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Examples from the Web for evers
Evers also founded Institute, an agency that represents photographers and artists.
She and Evers have lived in their remodeled Venice house a few blocks from the beach since 1997.
Was it her hand which slew the English leader, Evers, who perished on that field?True Stories of Girl Heroines
Evers and Latoun both fell, and a thousand prisoners were made.
Surely, Evers, you are not thinking of that in earnest, are you?
You always had the word ‘for ever’ on your tongue; but how long did your for evers last?Shelley and the Marriage Question
The hit scored Evers and Schulte and dissolved the game right there.Pitching in a Pinch