- E·liph·a·let [ih-lif-uh-lit] /ɪˈlɪf ə lɪt/, 1793–1861, U.S. arms manufacturer.
- Frederic,1861–1909, U.S. painter and sculptor.
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Contemporary Examples of remington
The actor is the quintessence of smooth, first as Remington Steele, then James Bond.Pierce Brosnan’s Life After Bond: From Action Hero to Losing His Daughter to Cancer
July 2, 2014
Colt, Remington, and Gauge have all soared, and Gunner is much more common than the traditional name Gunnar.
Just 185 babies were given the name Remington in 2002, but by 2012 the number had jumped to 666.
He still had the old Remington manual typewriter on which he punched out Run to Daylight!The Night Vince Lombardi Lay Awake Brooding Over a 49-0 Win
January 25, 2014
He had with him a Remington 870 shotgun he purchased in a Virginia gun store on Sunday, a month after the Newport incident.Aaron Alexis Was Hearing Voices a Month Before His Rampage
September 18, 2013
Historical Examples of remington
I never did understand why Remington made all his men cross-eyed.They of the High Trails
"Remington machine, latest pattern," answered the other briefly.The Grell Mystery
Mr. Remington and two of the boys will be there to give us a lesson in the use of an axe.
Mr. Remington, behind them, echoed a more dignified welcome.
He knew that Mrs. Remington had always been more or less of an invalid for many years.Tessa
Word Origin and History for remington
type of firearms (1865) and typewriter (produced from 1874), from Eliphalet Remington (1793-1861) and his son Philo (1816-1889), gunsmiths of Ilion, N.Y.