[muh k-fur-suh n, -feer-]
- Aimee Sem·ple [sem-puh l] /ˈsɛm pəl/, 1890–1944, U.S. evangelist, born in Canada.
- a town in central Kansas.
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Examples from the Web for mcpherson
Though Lincoln was an amateur on the subject of war, McPherson believes he was our greatest war leader.The Best Books on President Lincoln
February 17, 2014
This time, McPherson achieves his haunting effects in different ways.
I began my conversation with McPherson by asking what inspired The Night Alive.
Now retired after a long career as a history professor at Princeton, McPherson continues to publish about the Civil War.25 Years of ‘Battle Cry of Freedom’: An Interview With James M. McPherson
June 18, 2013
What struck me most, on this rediscovery, is how brilliantly apt is McPherson's title.David's Bookclub: Battle Cry of Freedom
May 23, 2013
"Every one can," replied McPherson with elephantine lightness.
"The nature of the whole affair is this," returned McPherson.
And, recognising him, McPherson's frown deepened into a scowl.
The door swung open, and Dr. McPherson appeared on the threshold.
McPherson, with a sombre satisfaction, noted the younger man's misery.
- Conor. born 1971, Irish playwright and theatre director; his plays include The Weir (1997) and Port Authority (2001)
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