American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- della Robbia, Luca 1400?-1482. Italian sculptor noted for his works of enameled terra cotta, for which he perfected a special glazing made of tin, antimony, and other substances. His nephew Andrea (1435-1525) and Andrea's son Giovanni (1469-1529) successively took over his workshop, one of the most important of the Florentine Renaissance.
“As for AW's article: non-violence does not work against those willing to commit genocide.”
“Put in a couple of sentences, AW's film tells a familiar story on universal themes.”
“In the mean time, we may be seeing the first signs of AW's eventual demise.”
“Michael, I think there's room under AW's bed for you as well.”
“The article goes on to focus on the possibility of AW's trying to supply attack/escort helicopters AW129? for our new Chinooks.”
“AW's membership runs the gamut from absolute newbies to seasoned pros, and I'm sure many of the members have thought about the race thing far more than I have.”
“AW's account of his agency bears no resemblance to my experience of the service offered," Ms. DeWitt wrote in her letter, which was posted on Christmas.”
“Screenwriters Craig Mazin and Ted Elliot are AW's proprietors, and the thread that follows Craig's take on the subject makes pretty compelling reading.”
“It was in reading AW's blog that I realized that a grad student really could be a graceful contributor to the world of electronic words.”
“Jen, of course you're right about AW's and JR's original intention.”
‘AW's’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for AW's.