- Sir Arthur John,1851–1941, English archaeologist.
- Dame Edith,1888–1976, English actress.
- Herbert Mc·Lean [muh-kleyn] /məˈkleɪn/, 1882–1971, U.S. embryologist and anatomist.
- Janet,born 1971, U.S. swimmer.
- Mary Ann. Eliot, George.
- Maurice,1901–1989, U.S. actor and producer, born in England.
- Oliver,1755–1819, U.S. inventor: constructed the first high-pressure steam engine in the U.S. 1801?.
- Rob·ley Dun·gli·son [rob-lee duhng-gluh-suh n] /ˈrɒb li ˈdʌŋ glə sən/, Fighting Bob, 1846–1912, U.S. admiral.
- Ru·dulph [roo-duhlf] /ˈru dʌlf/, 1878–1960, U.S. sculptor.
- Walker,1903–75, U.S. photographer.
- William JohnBill, 1929–80, U.S. jazz pianist.
- Mount, a mountain in N central Colorado, in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. 14,264 feet (4348 meters).
- a male given name, Welsh form of John.
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Contemporary Examples of evans
As a professed bi-sexual, Evans is misunderstood by those who find her choices offensive.
“More often than not performers that turn up positive in our industry work on both sides,” says Evans.
With two movies left on his six picture contract, Evans has yet to say what that means for his future in the Marvel universe.The Coming Civil War: Iron Man Vs. Captain America 3
October 19, 2014
Prior to that, McCarthy said Evans was “probably my favorite among my favorites” and that the commander did “wonderful work.”
Rita King likely would have disagreed with that sentiment when Evans entered the lockup room in back in April 2011.
Historical Examples of evans
With Captain Evans, on the other hand, Robert was on excellent terms.Brave and Bold
Captain Evans then directed us to report ourselves daily, which we did.Ned Myers
James Fenimore Cooper
Both Trevithick and Evans invented the high-pressure engine.
But Evans reckoned without the millers who were opposing his petition.
Of the family of Evans nothing is known either before or after him.
- Sir Arthur (John). 1851–1941, British archaeologist, whose excavations of the palace of Knossos in Crete provided evidence for the existence of the Minoan civilization
- Dame Edith (Mary Booth). 1888–1976, British actress
- Sir Geraint (Llewellyn). 1922–92, Welsh operatic baritone
- Herbert McLean. 1882–1971, US anatomist and embryologist; discoverer of vitamin E (1922)
- Mary Ann. real name of (George) Eliot (def. 1)
- Oliver. 1755–1819, US engineer: invented the continuous production line and a high-pressure steam engine
- Walker. 1903–75, US photographer, noted esp for his studies of rural poverty in the Great Depression
masc. proper name, Welsh form of John, form influenced perhaps by Welsh ieuanc "young man" (cognate of Latin juvenis), from Celtic *yowanko-, from PIE *yeu- "vital force, youthful vigor" (see young).
- American anatomist who isolated four pituitary hormones and discovered vitamin E (1922).
- American biologist who discovered vitamin E in 1922 and conducted research that led to the discovery of the growth hormone in the pituitary gland.