A twentieth-century American writer who was one of the major exponents of literary naturalism. His first novel, Sister Carrie, and his later masterwork, An American Tragedy, are noted for their frankness and unconventional morality.
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Starting under Theodore Roosevelt and Howard Taft, embassies headed by career diplomats increased in number.
The one we use was by a chappie called Theodore Baker, 1894.
President Theodore Roosevelt negotiated an end to the 1904-1905 Russo-Japanese War in 1906 after Japan won.Up To A Point: What We Really Need Is a Nobel War Prize|P. J. O’Rourke|October 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Later, the White House passed from McKinley to Theodore Roosevelt to Taft, and then from Harding to Coolidge to Hoover.
Alexander Theodore Shulgin (often known as Sasha) was born on June 17, 1925 in Berkeley, California.The Week in Death: Alexander Shulgrin, Who Synthesized the Drug Ecstasy|The Telegraph|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Augustus Theodore swings on a chair before the fire, which he keeps at work for his own especial consolation.
Augustus Theodore did not, in consequence of his father's absence, draw less furiously upon the bank!
Augustus Theodore Brammel heard of the stoppage whilst he was at breakfast, sipping chocolate; and greatly he rejoiced thereat.
Sir Theodore Martin, though 84 years of age, was full of intellectual and physical vigour.
During the reign of Theodore the Bishop of Ephesus found them there, blooming like roses.