American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Early, Jubal Anderson 1816-1894. American Confederate general whose forces threatened Washington, D.C. (1864) but were ultimately defeated by Union troops led by Philip H. Sheridan (1865).
“For our present purposes we limit the term Early Music to cover a period ranging from plainchant to the end of the seventeenth century.”
“My companion was wearing one of those comely straw hats trimmed with roses which we call Early Victorian, and which the hot summer of 1904 brought into fashion again on account of their peculiar suitability to keep off the sun.”
“Not a writer, aspiring or otherwise; just someone whose house is decorated in Early Bookcase.”
“It opens with Neil Gaiman's "One Life, Furnished in Early Moorcock," and then a piece from Yours Truly, "Michael Moorcock: Behold the Man," wherein I talk about Mike's collosal influence on sf&f, "serious" literature, rock and roll, RPG and computer gaming, and quantum physics.”
“Train Early and Late: Pritch and I often train before work when the temperatures are mild and there is dew on the grass (which helps with cooling).”
“Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Introduction to Hugo Rahner's "Church and State in Early Christianity":”
“Introduction to Church and State in Early Christianity | Hugo Rahner, S.J. The first edition of this book appeared seventeen years ago when the struggle between Church and state in Nazi Germany was at its height.”
“That's the program I work for as a case manager -- in our state we call it "Early Steps.”
“Shuttle Atlantis May Launch a Day Early is the next entry in this blog.”
“Slow Uptake for IE8 in Early Days (gigaom. com) [...]”
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