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 (ĕlz′wûrth′), Lincoln 1880-1951.
American explorer who took part in several polar expeditions, including a 1935 flight across the Antarctic, during which he claimed large tracts for the United States.


, Oliver 1745-1807.
American jurist and politician. A US senator from Connecticut (1789-1796), he worked on the legislation that created the federal court system (1789) and later served as the chief justice of the US Supreme Court (1796-1800).
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(ˈɛlz wɜrθ)

1. Lincoln, 1880–1951, U.S. polar explorer.
2. Oliver, 1745–1807, U.S. jurist and statesman: Chief Justice of the U.S. 1796–1800.
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Noun1.Ellsworth - United States jurist and the third chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1745-1807)
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15, will be conducted at Dobbins Air Force Base, Ga.; Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D.; Shaw Air Force Base S.C.; Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash.; Laughlin AFB, Texas; Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont.; Schriever Air Force Base Colo.; Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany; and Tinker Air Force Base, Okla.
So far, 18 families in two years have settled and taken advantage of the second big incentive Ellsworth County offers--a down-payment grant of up to $3,000 for families with children.
And although it isn't clear whether they ever slept together, Lincoln was clearly besotted with one Elmer Ellsworth, whose friend John Cook writes to him, "[Lincoln] has taken in you a greater interest than I ever knew him to manifest in any one before," while another witness reported, "Lincoln watched the two-hour drill with kindling eyes.
"As a service provider, we are continually looking for ways to deliver a broad base of revenue-enhancing and cost-saving services to our customers," said Alec Ellsworth, CEO of Resilient Networks.
Ellsworth Danielson's loyalty to PUMA[R] herbicide from Bayer CropScience helped make him the lucky winner of the PUMA Ride the Cat Sweepstakes.
By knowing where it is in a larger geographic sense (Ellsworth Land), one can find that "Patriot Hills" identifies "the only private camp and air facility on the Antarctic continent" (p.
A Northwest Airlines flight reportedly landed at Ellsworth Air Force Base by mistake on Saturday (19 June).
The company's move to a location across the street from Bergdorf Goodman is a response to changing foot-traffic patterns in midtown Manhattan, said Jennifer Ellsworth, vice president of marketing and product development for Mackenzie-Childs.
My father, Wilbert Janzen of Lorraine, Kan., purchased the first self-propelled combine that was sold in Ellsworth, Kan., in 1943.
Both airmen are weapons loaders with the 77th Bomb Squadron at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D.
Some 58 works by Ellsworth Kelly, the American abstract painter and sculptor best known for his experiments with color, are on view in a new exhibit at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art called "Ellsworth Kelly in San Francisco." Spanning the artist's career of 50-plus years, the exhibit brings together, for the first time, the 22 pieces the museum acquired from Kelly's own collection in May 1999.