- Middle English variant of Randolph, preserved as a surname and revived in the twentieth century. (Wiktionary)
“The invention of Orson Randall is one of the truly inspired portions of the new Immortal Iron Fist series (a book not lacking in inspiration and innovation.)”
“The reality for Randall is that these charges could affect a number of foreign journalists working in the country over the articles they write.”
“Lewis also contributed fundamental work in chemical thermodynamics, and his brilliant textbook, Thermodynamics (1923), written together with Merle Randall, is counted as one of the masterworks in the chemical literature.”
“Randall is a racist because he calls out the racism in your joke of a party?”
“Several of the economists interviewed in Randall Parker's book discuss the issue of what economists and policymakers were thinking during the 1930's.”
“Under a no-bid contract, Gerard Randall is pulling down $12,000 a month from the county tax levy to offer advice to the task force headed by Supervisor Elizabeth Coggs.”
“Ole Miss signed a top junior college quarterback, too, in Randall Mackey and Nutt was pleased with his staff's effort in the defensive backfield.”
“They chose Zirahuén because, in Randall's words, "it was the only lot they could find at the time that met their four requirements: water, electricity, access and clear title.”
“As for the future, Randall is a beer connoisseur and would love to someday grow hops and barley and get Mexicans "hooked on hops beer.”
“With backgrounds as musicians — Randall is a drummer and Jenn plays guitar and writes songs — they sometimes teach music.”
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Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
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