- Josiah,1855–1916, U.S. philosopher and educator.
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Examples from the Web for royce
Roll Royce—you would expect nothing less from such a British archetype, right?Nationalism on Four Wheels
October 18, 2014
Both Royce and Engel called on the Obama administration to step up its provision of weapons to the Free Syrian Army.
“Accelerate this process,” said Royce, adding that the Free Syrian Army is the antidote to the ongoing expansion of ISIS in Syria.
Promised weapons to the Kurds also have been slow to arrive, Royce said.
They are also relayed to Boeing and the manufacturers of the engines, in this case Rolls Royce.Malaysia’s Sinister Timeline for Flight 370 Unravels
March 18, 2014
"None of that, Mr. Royce," Gilder had called out authoritatively.
Royce, anyhow, was not so drunk as that, or he would be sleeping like a log by now.
And you might as well know the whole story at once; Royce too.Shorty McCabe on the Job
“Good-bye,” said Royce, in a voice which he had a difficulty to keep steady.
They breakfasted together, but Royce spent most of the day at his club.
- Josiah . 1855–1916, US philosopher of monistic idealism. In his ethical studies he emphasized the need for individual loyalty to the world community
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