Fiske

[fisk]
noun
  1. JohnEdmund Fisk GreenJohn Fisk, 1842–1901, U.S. philosopher and historian.
  2. Minnie Mad·dern [mad-ern] /ˈmæd ərn/Marie Augusta Davey, 1865–1932, U.S. actress.
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Contemporary Examples of fiske

  • At one point, Fiske opened a door that led, he said, up the “slave staircase” to the attic where the slaves slept.

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    The House that Slavery Built

    Jane Ciabattari

    July 16, 2013

Historical Examples of fiske

  • That such a letter should have any effect on home opinion is, as Fiske says, ludicrous.

  • So much for the simple outward circumstances of Mr. Fiske's life.

  • The periods which are not yet covered Mr. Fiske proposes to deal with in time.

  • When we reached Dr. Fiske's, his sleigh was in front of the door.

    Ben Comee

    M. J. (Michael Joseph) Canavan

  • "Fiske is quite right in his main contention," Mr. Stenson interposed.

    The Devil's Paw

    E. Phillips Oppenheim