Anne Boleyn, second wife to henry the VIII, is a specimen of speculation, admiration, and everything in between.
A century apart, Paul Rosolie and henry Walter Bates describe their abiding enchantment with the Amazon.
She was studying the history of disability in popular culture for years before she gave birth to her son henry, now 2.
“I am dying for the love of three Greek girls at Athens, sisters,” he wrote his friend henry Drury in 1810.
You know, henry Ford and Ford were the first company to get involved in electric cars over 100 years ago.
They were shown at once into the apartment in which henry Dunbar sat waiting for them.
It's almost certain she couldn't stand it, you know, and then where would henry be?
The Emperor had first proposed it while serving under henry's banners in France.
There was that in henry's tone which opened up the old-time anger.
henry could understand only a word or two of what they said, but he guessed its import.
masc. proper name, from French Henri, from Late Latin Henricus, from German Heinrich, from Old High German Heimerich, literally "the ruler of the house," from heim "home" + rihhi "ruler." One of the most popular Norman names after the Conquest.
henry hen·ry (hěn'rē)
n. pl. hen·rys or hen·ries (-rēz)
The unit of inductance in which an induced electromotive force of one volt is produced when the current is varied at the rate of one ampere per second.
A SI derived unit of electrical inductance, especially of transformers and inductance coils. A current changing at the rate of one ampere per second in a circuit with an inductance of one henry induces an electromotive force of one volt.
|Henry, Joseph 1797-1878. |
American physicist who studied electromagnetic phenomena. He discovered electrical induction independently of Michael Faraday, and constructed a small electromagnetic motor in 1829. He also developed a system of weather forecasting based on meteorological observations. The henry unit of inductance is named for him.
A king of England in the early sixteenth century. With the support of his Parliament, Henry established himself as head of the Christian Church in England, in place of the pope, after the pope refused to allow his marriage to Catherine of Aragon to be dissolved. Since that time, except for a few years of rule under Henry's daughter Mary I, who was a Roman Catholic, England has been officially a Protestant nation.
In his personal life, Henry was known for his corpulence and for his six wives. He divorced the first, Catherine of Aragon. He beheaded the second, Anne Boleyn, for allegedly being unfaithful to him. His third wife, Jane Seymour, died soon after giving birth to a son. He divorced his fourth wife, Anne of Cleves, and beheaded his fifth wife, Catherine Howard, also for alleged infidelity. His sixth wife, Catherine Parr, survived him. He also had his close friend and adviser Thomas More executed because More would not support Henry's declaration that he was head of the church in England. Henry was the father of King Edward VI and of Queen Elizabeth I, as well as Mary I.