American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Noyes, John Humphrey 1811-1886. American religious leader who founded (1848) an experimental community at Oneida, New York, based on his belief in perfectionism and communal living.
- n. English poet (1880-1958)
“Even granting that Noyes is an enthusiast, from an environmental point of view no-till farming looks like a dramatic advance.”
“Its location along the highway would provide access to Boston’s market and its harbor—in short, Noyes was convinced that life could carry on away from the coast without fear of total isolation.”
“The Noyes was a deep-red, pleasant-sour apple, which ripened in the latter part of”
“Noyes ----" he cried and broke off to curse feebly but volubly.”
“Andrew Noyes, a Facebook spokesperson who participated in the meeting via telephone, sought to emphasize the common ground between the senators and Facebook.”
“In a recent Open Minds article on Ralph Noyes, Antonio Huneeus, suggested that some of the responses Noyes received from the MOD might have actually been authored by Pope.”
“Ralph Noyes, who retired as the Undersecretary of State in 1977, was another British government official whose letters petitioning that the UFO matter be taken serious can also be found in the UK UFO files.”
“I had tremendous respect for Ralph Noyes, who I met on several occasions.”
“Ed and Miriam Noyes: Literacy: quest for dignity among the Batwa”
“Noyes observed that the number of Groups and Pages created by users from Egypt have "risen sharply": in the past two weeks, around 32,000 groups and 14,000 pages have been created.”
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