- Harriet,1861?–1936, U.S. editor and poet.
- James,1758–1831, 5th president of the U.S. 1817–25.
- MarilynNorma Jean Baker or Mortenson, 1926–62, U.S. film actress.
- William SmithBillThe Father of Bluegrass, 1911–96, U.S. musician, singer, and songwriter.
- a city in N Louisiana.
- a city in SE Michigan, on Lake Erie.
- a town in SW Connecticut.
- a city in S North Carolina.
- a town in S Wisconsin.
- Fort. Fort Monroe.
- a male given name.
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Contemporary Examples of monroe
“Health authorities are currently investigating whether passengers on the plane are at risk of infection,” said Monroe.
“The likelihood that it will spread here is very low,” said Monroe.
But the most important thing to note, says Monroe, is that only those who are symptomatic are contagious.
“The concern is the outbreak can be reseeded much like a forest fire with sparks,” says Monroe.
Monroe and he were about to go down some white water on a raft.The Stacks: Mr. Bad Taste and Trouble Himself: Robert Mitchum
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Historical Examples of monroe
But Monroe in two strides was beside the table where it lay.
Monroe only looked at her, but did not reply to the sceptical query.
A leisurely step sounded on the stairs and Monroe descended.
Pluto was profuse in his thanks, while Monroe hunted for a match with which to view the picture.
She heard all their words, and the final ones: “Captain Monroe, you are under arrest!”
- James. 1758–1831, US statesman; fifth president of the US (1817–25). He promulgated the Monroe Doctrine (1823)
- Marilyn, born Norma Jeane Mortenson. later Norma Jeane Baker, sometimes spelled Norma Jean, 1926–62, US film actress. Her films include Niagara (1952), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953), and Some Like It Hot (1959)