Kittredge


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Kit•tredge

(ˈkɪ trɪdʒ)

n.
George Lyman, 1860–1941, U.S. literary scholar.
References in classic literature ?
A full discussion of the questions of ballad origins and the like is to be found in the 'Cambridge' edition (Houghton Mifflin) of the ballads, edited by Sargent and Kittredge.
The latest opinion in Sloan's favor overturned rulings from the Richland County Circuit Court and state Court of Appeals, and drew dissents from Justice John Kittredge and acting Justice Costa Pleicones.
The 5-foot-11 Kittredge delivered for the Gaels this season under coach Tony Gannon, leading them to the Central Mass.
Dan Kittredge, managing director at Napier Park, and Chris Gottschalk, principal at Blumberg Capital, have joined Lendio's board of directors as part of the deal.
Critique: Douglas Blanchard's impressive artwork is a perfect compliment to Kittredge Cherry's thoughtful and thought-provoking story.
Duff'' (Marcotte) Kittredge, 70, passed away in Leominster Hospital on Tuesday, Nov.
The sign in the window of a long-empty store read, "Opening Soon: Kittredge Bow Hut.
Napier Park Global Capital, the private equity investment group of Napier Park Global Capital, has said that Dan Kittredge has joined the firm's private equity group, Napier Park Financial Partners, as a managing director.
On the final page, Kittredge opens the door for possible further adventures.
Cawsey divides her attention between six major critics of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries: George Lyman Kittredge, C.
55PM A remake of The Philadelphia Story, about the wedding of Tracy Lord to priggish George Kittredge.
Since its launch in September 2010, financialfootprint, co-founded by David Kittredge and David Ng, had focused its business development in the direction of colleges and universities, and building a retail client base.