from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Hall, Charles Francis 1821-1871. American explorer who led three expeditions to the Arctic (1860-1862, 1864-1869, and 1871).
- Hall, Granville Stanley 1844-1924. American psychologist who established an experimental psychology laboratory at Johns Hopkins University (1882), founded child psychology, and profoundly influenced educational psychology.
- Hall, (Marguerite) Radclyffe 1886-1943. British writer whose novel The Well of Loneliness (1928) was originally banned as obscene in London and the United States.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A British and Scandinavian topographic surname for someone who lived in or near a hall.
- proper n. A surname of German origin for someone associated with a salt mine.
- proper n. A Anglo-Norman surname. direct descendents of the Fitzwilliam line.
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HALL: No. KAYE: For Hall, his beliefs are now a test of his faith in the law.
HALL: No. KAYE (voice-over): For Hall, his beliefs are now a test of his faith in the law.
HALL: No. KAYE (voice over): For Hall, his beliefs are now a test of his faith in the law.
The cleft was about as wide as the feasting hall in Copper Hall was long: forty strides.
HANK AARON, HALL OF FAMER: On behalf of all my fellow Hall of Famers, I can't express how proud we are to be here today.
Then followed a grand dinner given by the municipality of the city in a hall of the hotel, which was now inaugurated and was named the _Vega_ Hall, and was on this occasion ornamented with the royal cipher, the Swedish and
Anderson, from committee to prepare a hall for Convention during the session of the Legislature, reported that the new Concert Hall was being put in readiness for that purpose.
Proceedings of the Mississippi State Convention, Held January 7th to 26th, A. D. 1861 Including the Ordinances, as Finally Adopted, Important Speeches, and a List of Members, Showing the Postoffice, Profession, Nativity, Politics, Age, Religious Preference, and Social Relations of Each.,
When he entered the hall of the Perropont, he found that he and all his suite were surrounded by armed men, who led him into another apartment, called the Vicar's Hall, where he found the Abbate
The health care town hall meeting was originally billed as open to the public, and the congressman's spokesperson Meghan Smith told the Journal News today that Hall "has held several public health forums and has one scheduled for tonight in Dutchess County,"
HALL IN: Ryan Hall was a scoring machine for Leeds last year and is 6/1 favourite to be top try-scorer this season
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