- Sir Harry Albert,1831–92, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister 1876–77, 1883–84, 1887–91.
- (Justin) Brooks,1894–1984, U.S. drama critic, journalist, and author.
- Theodore FrancisTed, 1916–2005, U.S. jockey, born in Canada.
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Contemporary Examples of atkinson
“Red is really hard to do cheaply, so [high-end] designers love it,” Atkinson says.
For those on the more conservative side, Atkinson recommends trying a classic red lipstick.
Scott and Atkinson admit that the complexity involved in making a film can lead to a wild variation in quality.
For Atkinson and Scott, the most important aspect seems to be not taking themselves, or the films they review, too seriously.
Barlow was strangely evasive with the police, refusing to confirm he was the person who called Atkinson, yet he obviously was.The Assemblyman Has a Gun: The Steven Brooks Saga
January 24, 2013
Historical Examples of atkinson
As Mr. Atkinson has introduced the farmer, let us apply his rule to him.The Railroad Question
I sent some to Prof. Atkinson, who confirmed my classification.
I had trouble to place it till Prof. Atkinson helped me out.
A full discussion of the plant will be found in Prof. Atkinson's book.
The Honorable Atkinson Holway wa'n't figgerin' to borrow nothin'.The Depot Master
Joseph C. Lincoln
- Sir Harry Albert. 1831–92, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister of New Zealand (1876–77; 1883–84; 1887–91)