American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A widely grown variety of pear with yellowish skin and soft, juicy white flesh, eaten fresh or often canned.
- Bartlett, John 1820-1905. American publisher and editor who compiled Familiar Quotations (1855) and a Shakespearean concordance (1894).
- Bartlett, Robert Abram Known as "Captain Bob.” 1875-1946. American explorer who accompanied Robert E. Peary's expedition to the North Pole (1909) and led numerous other Arctic voyages.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Bot.) A Bartlett pear, a favorite kind of pear, which originated in England about 1770, and was called
Williams' Bonchrétien. It was brought to America, and distributed by Mr. Enoch Bartlett, of Dorchester, Massachusetts.
- n. United States publisher and editor who compiled a book of familiar quotations (1820-1905)
- n. juicy yellow pear
- n. United States explorer who accompanied Peary's expedition to the North Pole and who led many other Arctic trips (1875-1946)
- After Enoch Bartlett (1779-1860). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“BARTLETT - A Bartlett woman scheduled for execution in September could now be out of prison in”
“BARTLETT - Were she a 100-year-old woman, the Bartlett Grammar School at 300 W. Bell in Bartlett would likely be a member of the Red Hat Society.”
“BARTLETT, TN - Bartlett police say a man who was wanted for fondling a little girl was arrested in Nashville.”
“Nor can the foul-mouthed Cohn -- who values loyalty (as the real Cohn famously did) -- banish the Ethel Rosenberg (Robin Bartlett) he guiltily imagines watching over him on his death bed.”
“Tom Bartlett is a writer who lives in Mount Rainier.”
“If you want to print a quote from Bartlett supporting your "analysis," then you ought to spell out where Bartlett is coming from, instead of making it sound like Bartlett is a Bush supporter on fiscal policy.”
“What Bartlett is quoting are statistics on annual productivity.”
“I think that Bartlett is right to think in terms of a world oil market.”
“But if we're talking about 30% of GDP, or something much above the historic average, then, yes, I think Bartlett is correct.”
“In one scene, patient Bridget Kearns (played by Robin Bartlett) obviously pantomimes drinking a glass of water as Daniels and Aule question her in one shot, then sets down an empty glass in another.”
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Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
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