- Ad·lai Ew·ing [ad-ley yoo-ing] /ˈæd leɪ ˈyu ɪŋ/, 1835–1914, vice president of the U.S. 1893–97.
- his grandson, Adlai E(wing), 1900–65, U.S. statesman and diplomat: ambassador to the U.N. 1960–65.
- Andrew,1784–1857, U.S. politician: Speaker of the House 1827–34.
- Robert LouisRobert Lewis Balfour, 1850–94, Scottish novelist, essayist, and poet.
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Stevenson was struck by how information sometimes gradually came into focus for people.Knocking on Heaven's Door: True Stories of Unexplained, Uncanny Experiences at the Hour of Death
August 11, 2014
Such numbers, Stevenson said, should be enough to move the governor.Chris Christie’s Gays & Guns Problem: What New Jersey Wants, the GOP Rejects
March 29, 2013
Later, Cal is older because Stevenson has been ditched for Kafka and Camus.Must Read Novels: Ballard, Dybek, and Krasznahorkai
Jacob Silverman, Malcolm Forbes, John McIntyre
April 23, 2012
“To say to any child of 13 that you are only fit to die in prison is cruel,” Stevenson has said.Ex-Prisoners Say Life Term Is Cruel for Teens, As Case Hits High Court
March 19, 2012
His main pitch was that Stevenson was too left and too weak to manage the Cold War.We Need Liberals Now!
Leslie H. Gelb
October 28, 2011
Then followed some of the second class, Stevenson, Meredith, Hardy.Ballads of a Bohemian
Robert W. Service
Mr. Stevenson's pirate is nearer what one knows must have been the life.The Pirate and The Three Cutters
One of the men did not even know that he was the great Stevenson.Robert Louis Stevenson
Margaret Moyes Black
Stevenson has run across the Channel for that crumb, and it is worth the journey.My Contemporaries In Fiction
David Christie Murray
My name is Stevenson, but most all the folks that know me call me Uncle Barney.The Rover Boys on Snowshoe Island
- Adlai Ewing (ˈædleɪ ˈjuːɪŋ). 1900–68, US statesman: twice defeated as Democratic presidential candidate (1952; 1956); US delegate at the United Nations (1961–65)
- Robert Louis (Balfour). 1850–94, Scottish writer: his novels include Treasure Island (1883), Kidnapped (1886), and The Master of Ballantrae (1889)