Hulme


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Hulme

(hjuːm)
n
(Biography) T(homas) E(rnest). 1883–1917, English literary critic and poet; a proponent of imagism
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Hulme prided himself in keeping abreast of modern thought and would have been aware of the theological debate around the question of sin.
Jennifer Hulme runs a bed and breakfast at Oakenholt Farm near Flint but her property could be cut in two if one of the two routes undergoing public consultation gets the go-ahead.
The first, Thomas Ernest Hulme (1883-1917), died during the Great War, exactly a century ago, while the second, Irving Babbitt (1865-1933), lived in spite of it.
Huntsman Corporation announced that Rohit Aggarwal will succeed Paul Hulme as President of Huntsman's Textile Effects division, effective July 31, 2016.
Michael Hulme, 43, was caught after the worried mother lured him into a trap by posing as her daughter online.
Padarn Bus bosses John David Hulme and Darren Price were sentenced at Caernarfon Crown Court yesterday at the end of Hulme's trial.
com)-- Little Lives - The new single from Alex Hulme
FORMER Widnes centre Declan Hulme will combine playing with Championship side Workington and working for the Vikings in the community in 2016.
But that didn't stop Ben Hulme getting behind the wheel of a girlfriend's car after downing seven pints.
Hulme presents students, academics, researchers, and general-interest readers with a collection of scholarly contributions to the understanding of the evolving landscape of contemporary Chinese consumerism.
EXPLORING CLIMATE CHANGE THROUGH SCIENCE AND IN SOCIETY: AN ANTHOLOGY OF MIKE HULME'S ESSAYS, INTERVIEWS AND SPEECHES Mike Hulme, 2013, 247 pp.
In this short and readable book, Mike Hulme, author of Why We Disagree about Climate Change, explores one particular Plan B--reflecting sunlight back into space using stratospheric aerosol injection.