Jeffrey


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Jeffrey

(ˈdʒɛfrɪ)
n
(Biography) Francis, Lord. 1773–1850, Scottish judge and literary critic. As editor of the Edinburgh Review (1803–29), he was noted for the severity of his criticism of the romantic poets, esp Wordsworth
Translations
Gottfried
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Jeffrey Aspern had never been in it that I knew of; but some note of his voice seemed to abide there by a roundabout implication, a faint reverberation.
"One would think you expected to find in them the answer to the riddle of the universe," she said; and I denied the impeachment only by replying that if I had to choose between that precious solution and a bundle of Jeffrey Aspern's letters I knew indeed which would appear to me the greater boon.
The world, as I say, had recognized Jeffrey Aspern, but Cumnor and I had recognized him most.
I am sorry for it, but for Jeffrey Aspern's sake I would do worse still.
At length, in 1759, Sir Jeffrey Amherst was appointed commander-in-chief of all the British forces in America.
The second, at the head of which was Sir Jeffrey Amherst himself, was destined to reach the river St.
'The Edinburgh Review,' suggested and first conducted, in 1802, by the witty clergyman and reformer Sydney Smith, passed at once to the hands of Francis (later Lord) Jeffrey, a Scots lawyer who continued to edit it for nearly thirty years.
"Rebecca Jeffrey is a regularly splendid girl, full of talent; she won't let us call it genius; she will be famous some day, I know, she is so modest, and yet so intent on her work.
Sofia Vallelonga, 3rd, Ayanna Jeffrey, 5th; Grace Kessler, 9th; Joel Blakley, 10th; Nicholas Fry, 10th; Karli Damery, 11th; Gabriel Jeffrey, 11th; Camden Kessler, 11th; Natalie Fry, 12th; Isabelle Miller, 12th; Victoria Miller, 12th.
Jeffrey gave the warning in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Lagos.
But Jeffrey accepts Darren Mullen's men, who lie second bottom, were unfortunate not to take something from the game.
After Jeffrey continued, deputy speaker Datuk Ahmad Abdul Rahman finally stepped in and said that under the Standing Order, he could not debate on anything aside from the budget.