[ing-ger-sawl, -sol, -suh l]
- Robert Green,1833–99, U.S. lawyer, political leader, and orator.
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But despite the influence he wielded in his lifetime, Ingersoll today has been all but forgotten.This Week’s Hot Reads: Jan. 7, 2013
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“My main function was to take people out on walks with chimps—famous people, mostly,” said Ingersoll.
A campaign was then spearheaded by Ingersoll to save Nim, and after dozens of letters, his voice was heard.
The observations of an Ingersoll which stood near me were particularly startling.With The Eyes Shut
I hear from Mr. Ingersoll that your friend, Mr. Buchanan, will leave in June.A Portrait of Old George Town
Grace Dunlop Ecker
Extract from Mr. Ingersoll's letter, dated Philadelphia, 8th March, 1783.
Let us acknowledge freely that Ingersoll was not a pioneer in science.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 7
I'm lookin' at my Ingersoll an' I give it sixty seconds mo'.Rimrock Trail
J. Allan Dunn