- Lionel,1908–2002, U.S. jazz vibraphonist.
- Wade [weyd] /weɪd/, 1818–1902, Confederate general: U.S. senator 1879–91.
- a city in SE Virginia, on Chesapeake Bay.
- a town in SE New Hampshire.
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Contemporary Examples of hampton
“Dr. King said ‘justice delayed is justice denied,’” Hampton continued.Riot Prep Could Fuel Ferguson Violence
November 13, 2014
Smart, an aspiring TV news reporter, was working as a media coordinator at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton, New Hampshire.Did Sexpot Schoolteacher Pamela Smart Hire Teens to Kill Her Husband?
January 19, 2014
“Hampton Hawes might be one of the most intriguing pianists in the jazz canon,” jazz musician Matthew Shipp recently told me.The Jazz Pianist That John F. Kennedy Saved
August 16, 2013
Keith Freeman, chairman of the Hampton Roads Tea Party, said he thought the state party was using “a double standard.”Republican Party of Virginia in Hot Water Over Request for Gun Details
June 11, 2013
Obama also praised his pastor at the time, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, who was in the Hampton audience, as a friend and leader.Conservative Outlets Push Old Video of Barack Obama Talking About the Poor
October 3, 2012
Historical Examples of hampton
There be seven of them in all, lying off the town of Hampton on the mainland, about a league.The Works of Whittier, Volume V (of VII)
John Greenleaf Whittier
You must have driven, and you must drive Miss Hampton home again.Despair's Last Journey
David Christie Murray
He took her out of prison, and shortly after she was sent for to Hampton court.Fox's Book of Martyrs
Hampton did as Wright and Munford had done before him—went back to his men.The Long Roll
About the 20th of April she withdrew to Hampton Court for entire quiet.The Reign of Mary Tudor
W. Llewelyn Williams.
- a city in SE Virginia, on the harbour of Hampton Roads on Chesapeake Bay. Pop: 146 878 (2003 est)
- a district of the Greater London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, on the River Thames: famous for Hampton Court Palace (built in 1515 by Cardinal Wolsey)
- Christopher James. born 1946, British playwright: his works include When Did You Last See My Mother? (1964), the screenplay for the film Dangerous Liaisons (1988), the book for the musical Sunset Boulevard (1993), and the screenplay for the film Atonement (2007)
- Lionel. 1913–2002, US jazz-band leader and vibraphone player