Adolf

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Adolf

[ˈædɒlf] Adolphus [əˈdɒlfəs] NAdolfo
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Adolphus Irwine, Rector of Broxton, Vicar of Hayslope, and Vicar of Blythe, a pluralist at whom the severest Church reformer would have found it difficult to look sour.
Adolphus Irwine, had not had these two hopelessly maiden sisters, his lot would have been shaped quite differently: he would very likely have taken a comely wife in his youth, and now, when his hair was getting grey under the powder, would have had tall sons and blooming daughters--such possessions, in short, as men commonly think will repay them for all the labour they take under the sun.
It was bought by my late husband, Captain Adolphus Ranger March, who had another residence, The Crest, Appleby.
Gustavus Adolphus (they call him "Gusty" down-stairs for short) is a very good sort of dog when he is in the middle of a large field or on a fairly extensive common, but I won't have him indoors.
and sat down on the floor, the eggs took up different positions about the carpet, where they spread themselves out, and Gustavus Adolphus left the room.
He had accordingly stationed his brigade in such a manner that, viewed from above and from a distance, one would have pronounced it the Roman triangle of the battle of Ecnomus, the boar's head of Alexander or the famous wedge of Gustavus Adolphus.
Pete, Tommy, Adolphus, and Mirabel Cotton were all alone.
Gustavus Adolphus and his Swedes passed through more than once, as is duly recorded in archives still preserved, for we are on what was then the high-road between Sweden and Brandenburg the unfortunate.
Gustavus Adolphus College commissioned the survey to better gauge the attitudes and behaviors around the use of non-prescription ADHD drugs in advance of Gustavus's 51[sup.
Adolphus Washington Greely (March 27, 1844-October 20, 1935), was an American Polar explorer, a United States Army officer and a recipient of the Medal of Honor.
Marshall, architect Sir Nicholas Grimshaw, Rory Bremner, Adolphus Cambridge, 1st Marquess of Cambridge, author Sebastian Faulks and writer George Orwell.
A visionary engineer with a utopian goal, John Adolphus Etzler enlists a handful of London citizens to establish a collective in Trinidad.