American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Root, Elihu 1845-1937. American lawyer and public official who served as U.S. secretary of war (1899-1904), secretary of state (1905-1909), and senator from New York (1909-1915). He won the 1912 Nobel Peace Prize.
- Root, John Wellborn 1850-1891. American architect whose designs include the Monadnock Building (1889-1891) in Chicago, which employed steel beams along with traditional masonry-bearings walls.
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“Now if we take the theosophical nomenclature, we find each of these kalpas covers what we call a Root Race, and you may remember that the first Root Race of humanity had not human form at all but was simply a floating mass able to live in the waters which then covered the earth, and only showing the ordinary protoplasmic motions connected with such a type of life and possible at that stage of its evolution.”
“The Root is an African-American news site run by the Washington Post.”
“Third, once he pays his Social Security and other taxes, Root is free to do whatever he wants with his money.”
“An excerpt (note that Wayne Allyn Root is the LP VP candidate):”
“The Root is a daily online magazine that provides thought-provoking commentary on today's news from a variety of black perspectives.”
“Root is another matter, Nobody can predict what he will do.”
“If Root is on the ticket, Bob Barr has an even BIGGER problem selling himself with me on the war in Iraq and the war on drugs.”
“Here's my guess: Enoch Root is an alchemist who carries the philosopher's stone around in a cigar box.”
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