American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Copley, John Singleton 1738-1815. American painter who is known chiefly for his portraits of prominent Americans such as Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and Paul Revere, although he lived in England after 1774.
- n. American painter who did portraits of Paul Revere and John Hancock before fleeing to England to avoid the American Revolution (1738-1815)
“Professors who live among students understand intimately how a campus operates and what students think, and they are forced to be culturally savvy, said Daniel Porterfield, a Georgetown English professor and vice president for strategic development who has lived in Copley Hall with his wife and three daughters for seven years.”
“And as authorities launched a hunt for the man – also captured on surveillance cameras last week at the Westin Copley Hotel, where a 29-year-old Las Vegas woman was bound and robbed at gunpoint – the killing this week opened a window on a vast and elusive underworld of prostitutes who advertise online and do business at high-end hotels.”
“And as authorities launched a hunt for the man – also captured on surveillance cameras last week at the Westin Copley Hotel, where a 29-year-old Las Vegas woman was bound and robbed at gunpoint – the killing this week opened a window on a vast and elusive underworld of prostitutes who [...]”
“Did "District 9" show you anything that makes you think Copley is a good fit for Murdock?”
“Lead actor Sharlto Copley is awesome in this role as well.”
“I deduced the one in Copley (which, looking back, was incorrect for this map but perhaps not the dream world; I was thinking Sharon Center) or perhaps St. Sebastian's.”
“And West Hill, in the vicinity of Pinckney Street, and was sometimes called Copley's Hill.”
“If William Copley is one of them, what must he be thinking of the country he proudly served?”
“And it happened that the tulips in Copley Square opened that day, and shone in the sun like lighted lamps.”
“According to police, the woman who survived that attack said it was Markoff who bound her hands with plastic ties, duct-taped her mouth, disabled her cellphone, and stole $800 and two pairs of her panties before leaving her hotel room at the Westin Copley Hotel in Boston’s upscale Back Bay.”
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