from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Meade, George Gordon 1815-1872. American Union general who commanded the costly victory at Gettysburg (1863).
- Meade, James Edward 1907-1995. British economist. He shared a 1977 Nobel Prize for contributions to theories of international trade and finance.
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- proper n. Alternative form of Mead.
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- n. United States general in charge of the Union troops at the Battle of Gettysburg (1815-1872)
- n. English economist noted for his studies of international trade and finance (1907-1995)
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Captain Meade, writing to Secretary Nicholas in 1650, says:
Meade is equal to the duties of his high position.
Let’s brighten up the time slot by giving Robin Meade a one hour show in the evening hours.
And I will resist the urge to start calling Meade "Larry".
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