from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Maxwell, James Clerk 1831-1879. British physicist who made fundamental contributions to electromagnetic theory and the kinetic theory of gases.
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- proper n. A Scottish habitational surname from Mackeswell near Melrose.
- proper n. A male given name, transferred from the surname.
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MAXWELL: A ROUSING COMEBACK LOS ANGELES (AP) Maxwell says he's been "living in basic obscurity" for the past eight years.
MAXWELL STREET BLUES JAM Sundays, 1 PM, Old Maxwell Street Market, Maxwell
J.P. MAXWELL.] THE name of Maxwell is well known among the citizens of Central Ohio. as several of the family have attained positions of honor in political, ministerial and professional life.
Nationals outfielder Justin Maxwell is recovering from Tommy John surgery on his non-throwing elbow, according to the Nationals official public relations publications blog.
Karen Maxwell is a literary/romance writer living in southwest Missouri.
Maxwell is a wonderful actress, but vulnerability, essential to Kopit's portrait, is not her strong suit.
"It just appeared that it's in left field, a ball Maxwell is going to catch," Riggleman said.
Justin Maxwell settled under the ball, barely having to move.
His absence allows the Nationals one more look at Justin Maxwell for a night.
And I think it must matter whom you hang out with - in my corner of the world (chemistry) Maxwell is just as famous as the others -
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