from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Chapman, George 1559?-1634. English writer, dramatist, and translator noted for his translations of Homer's Iliad (1598-1611) and Odyssey (1616).
- Chapman, John Known as Johnny Ap·ple·seed (ăpˈəl-sēdˌ) 1775?-1845. American pioneer and subject of many legends. He traveled widely in the Ohio River valley, planting apple seeds and pruning apple trees.
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- proper n. An English occupational surname for a merchant.
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B. CHAPMAN: Duane "Dog" Chapman is being sought ...
Chapman is hoping that Primate George Hiltz, head of the Anglican Church in Canada, will create a commission to address the problems.
Bishop John Chapman is now scouring Canada trying to find a homosexual couple who want to get their marriage blessed in his church.
My designer, Sunni Chapman, is a huge fan of beautiful things, too, so we made a good team.
Mark Chapman is thoroughly insane, but poses no threat.
Bruce Chapman is president of the Discovery Institute.
Associations for high-school students would not develop for another thirty-three years, when the first "Hi-Y" opened in Chapman, Kansas.
Chapman is the most skilled and Wangmene is the best rebounder.
His handlers took to this "most absorbing person," as one of them called Chapman: "Reckless and impetuous, moody and sentimental, he becomes on acquaintance an extraordinarily likeable character," and his work of deception soon began.
Greg reports that Steve Chapman is planning to continue his lawsuit against Black Velvet Bruce Lee.
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