from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of east-central Indiana northeast of Indianapolis. There are numerous prehistoric mounds nearby. Population: 57,500.
- Anderson, Carl David 1905-1991. American physicist. He won a 1936 Nobel Prize for his discovery of the positron.
- Anderson, Dame Judith 1898-1992. Australian-born actress noted for her roles in the plays of Shakespeare and Eugene O'Neill and for her chilling portrayal of Mrs. Danvers in the 1940 film Rebecca.
- Anderson, Margaret Caroline 1893?-1973. American editor who founded and edited The Little Review (1914-1929), an influential literary magazine.
- Anderson, Marian 1897-1993. American contralto. Acclaimed for her renditions of spirituals, she was the first African-American singer to perform at New York City's Metropolitan Opera (1955).
- Anderson, Maxwell 1888-1959. American playwright whose works, some of which are in blank verse, include Both Your Houses, which won a 1933 Pulitzer Prize, and Winterset (1935).
- Anderson, Philip Warren Born 1923. American physicist. He shared a 1977 Nobel Prize for developments in computer memory systems.
- Anderson, Sherwood 1876-1941. American writer whose often autobiographical works include Winesburg, Ohio (1919).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A common Scottish and northern English surname.
- proper n. A city in Indiana; see Wikipedia:Anderson, Indiana
- proper n. A city in South Carolina; see Wikipedia: Anderson, South Carolina
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. United States contralto noted for her performance of spirituals (1902-1993)
- n. United States physicist who discovered antimatter in the form of an antielectron that is called the positron (1905-1991)
- n. United States author whose works were frequently autobiographical (1876-1941)
- n. United States physicist who studied the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems (1923-)
- n. United States dramatist (1888-1959)
ANDERSON COOPER, CNN CORRESPONDENT: A lot of Americans will be heartened by the fact that the president is taking a lot of time to be very deliberate and trying to figure out how to get in and very importantly how to get out of Afghanistan, but at the same time, Anderson, this process has become long and very messy.
I watched the wonderful Concert, with our terrific ANDERSON COOPER hosting — thanks so much Anderson!
"ANDERSON COOPER 360", 10 p.m. Eastern tonight, you're going to want to see the interview Anderson has with Barack Obama.
BROOKE ANDERSON, CNN CORRESPONDENT: The scene is great, Anderson.
This is ANDERSON COOPER 360, and now yee-haw, Anderson.
A special edition of "ANDERSON COOPER 360" -- Anderson?
"ANDERSON COOPER 360" starts right now, live from Camp Victory from Baghdad - Anderson?
ANDERSON: Now, Von Anhalt said he doesn't want to get involved here, Anderson.
ANDERSON: Ooh, this is a no glasses job right here, Anderson.
"ANDERSON COOPER 360" is next, and he always has interesting things to talk about, like tonight Anderson, like what?
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