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Christopher Nolan, Interstellar “My films are always held to a weirdly high standard,” Nolan told me.Oscars 2015: The Daily Beast’s Picks, From Scarlett Johansson to ‘Boyhood’|Marlow Stern|January 6, 2015|DAILY BEAST
After the curtain calls, Christopher comes back to explain a complicated math problem.Hedwig, Hugh & Michael Cera: 12 Powerhouse Theater Performances of 2014|Janice Kaplan|December 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This article was reported and written by Sami Yousafzai with additional material and editing by Christopher Dickey.
To unwind, Sharp takes long showers, and stops himself from separating his food on his plate as Christopher would.
Sharp has spent so long being Christopher he can just “drop into him and stay in him consistently” before a performance.
“It is purely a matter of breeding,” Christopher Burley replied stiffly.The Cryptogram|William Murray Graydon
Mr. Aston then suggested Christopher should explain what he meant to do concerning his inheritance.Christopher Hibbault, Roadmaker|Marguerite Bryant
Christopher could afford to be magnanimous toward Alan, now that Elisabeth was the reverse.The Farringdons|Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler
"I'm afraid by the time I ever get to Europe there won't be any such clocks to be seen," sighed Christopher.Christopher and the Clockmakers|Sara Ware Bassett
The admiral Christopher Columbus had many reasons for being of opinion that there were new lands which might be discovered.
masc. proper name, Church Latin Christophoros, from Ecclesiastical Greek khristophoros, literally "Christ-bearing;" from phoros "bearer," from pherein "to carry" (see infer). In medieval legend he was a giant (one of the rare virtuous ones) who aided travellers by carrying them across a river. Medallions with his image worn by travellers are known from the Middle Ages (e.g. Chaucer's Yeoman). Not a common name in medieval England.
A Christian saint (though no longer listed by the Catholic Church in the Calendar of Saints). Jesus appeared to him as a little child whom Christopher carried across a stream. Christopher means “Christ-bearer.”