- Sir Richard,1672–1729, English essayist, journalist, dramatist, and political leader; born in Ireland.
- Mount, a mountain in SW Yukon Territory, Canada, on the Alaska border in the St. Elias Range. 16,644 feet (5074 meters).
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Examples from the Web for steele
The acts Grey performs on Steele are all popular among BDSM enthusiasts.Whip It: Secrets of a Dominatrix
November 25, 2014
The group try to push Steele out of the room as they target the man, but Steele pushes back to continue filming.
Timor's views are not seen as extreme in Russia, says Steele.
LGBTs in Russia have "never been so under siege," says Steele, "and so hunted."
Steele's film opens in the middle-class home in St Petersburg of a man named Timor.
Here Thackeray has borrowed not only Steele's voice, but his very trick of speech.De Libris: Prose and Verse
"'" I used the word 'dream' in my letter to Miss Steele for want of a better word.Telepathy
W. W. Baggally
Of the two officers Steele was the senior in years and in length of service.Policing the Plains
"It does n't do them any good if they are," said Mrs. Steele, decisively.Hooking Watermelons
I mention these to show the type of stuff Steele is willing to disseminate—if he is paid for it.Secret Armies
John L. Spivak
- Sir Richard. 1672–1729, British essayist and dramatist, born in Ireland; with Joseph Addison he was the chief contributor to the periodicals The Tatler (1709–11) and The Spectator (1711–12)