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Definition of the noun horne
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- United States operatic mezzo-soprano (born 1934)
- Horne is a fictional character from the 2008 film Passchendaele.
- Horne is a fictional character from the 2009 film The Trotsky.
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by Robert B Durham
Benjamin Joseph “Ben” Horne is a fictional character in the television series Twin Peaks, created by David Lynch and Mark...
The richest man in Twin Peaks, Horne is an archetypical 1980s cutthroat businessman, whose greatest desire in life ...
An Exploration of Problems and Solutions by James L. Moore III, Robert A. Bennett III, David L. Graham, Samuel R. Hodge
Horne is an Assistant Professor of counselor education at North Carolina Central University and serves as a counselor and...
Horne is a 2013 National Board for Certified Counselor Minority Fellowship Program Fellow.
Essie's Story (1999)
The Life and Legacy of a Shoshone Teacher by Esther Burnett Horne, Sally McBeth
ESTHER BURNETT HORNE, COLLABORATOR AND SUBJECT: AN INTRICATE COMPROMISE Essie Horne is a mixed-blood Shoshone Indian woman, born in 1909. The recording of this life history began, as do most such recordings, with a ...
Cultural Studies (2013)
by Lawrence Grossberg, Cary Nelson, Paula Treichler
Horne is an affirmative and canny populist (or a “middlebrow” in the special sense that Andrew Ross has given that term'); reading a Forbes poem is like sharing the secret thoughts of an edgy, sceptical citizen whom populist discourse ...
Parliament and the Law (2013)
by Alexander Horne, Gavin Drewry, Dawn Oliver
Alexander Horne is an employed barrister and the Senior Researcher for Human Rights, Public Law and Terrorism at the Research Service of the Commons Library. 1 The authors would like to thank Liam Laurence Smyth, Clerk of the ...
The Rise of Black America's New Leadership by M. Marable, Kristen Clarke
Gerald Horne is a Moores Professor of history and African American Studies and the University of Houston and has published two dozen books ...
Hubert Harrison (2013)
The Voice of Harlem Radicalism, 1883-1918 by Jeffrey Babcock Perry
Horne refers to him as “a scandalously ignored thinker and activist,” and Winston James observes that “seldom has a person been so influential, esteemed, even revered in one period of history and [then become] so ...
Ain't I a Beauty Queen? (2002)
Black Women, Beauty, and the Politics of Race by Maxine Leeds Craig
Lena Horne is the olive tan sophisticated type. Mary Smith, New York model, ...
Volume One : Making the Games by Vassil Girginov
John Horne is the co-author of Understanding the Olympics (with G. Whannel, Routledge, 2012) and Understanding Sport: A sociocultural analysis (with A. Tomlinson, G. Whannel and K. Woodward, Routledge, 2012). Barrie Houlihan is ...
Containing a History of North Dakota ... Also a Compendium of Biography of North Dakota
Horne was married to Emma E. Reynolds, in Ramsey county, North Dakota, December 28, 1886. Mrs. Horne is a native of Canada, but was reared in the United States. Eight children have been born to this union, who are as follows: John ...
An Encyclopedia of Places in American Popular Culture [3 volumes] by Gladys L. Knight
Notable Cotton Club performers included illustrious band leaders Duke Ellington and Cab Calloway, Ethel Waters, Lena Horne, and Bill Robinson. To this day, the Cotton Club's name invokes the magic of a storied era and a legendary people, ...
A new preface to the second edition of Memoirs of the life, studies, writings, &c. of ... G. Horne ... late ... Bishop of Norwich, on certain points in theology and philosophy. (Together with some remarks on a life of Dr. Horne, inserted in a new Biographical Dictionary.). (1799)
by William Jones
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by Mark A. Robinson
Horne,LenA “A Fashion Girl,” “The Night of the Embassy Ball,” “In the Shade of the New Apple Tree” Description: An antiwar musical that opened on Broadway in 1937, Hooray for What! featured one of the earliest scores by the composing ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
Never was the extinguisher so effectually put upon the reputation of a work as by Horne Tooke on the Hermes of Harris. Twenty-two years ago it was a work of great hilological celebrity; but since that time there is hardly a grammarian or ...
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The value of this 5-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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