American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Suckling, Sir John 1609-1642. English poet and courtier whose witty, unaffected works include Session of the Poets and Aglaura (both 1637).
“Other active and opinionated tweeters included Simon Staples, buyer at Berry, Bros and Rudd in London, Jancis Robinson, and James Suckling and Robert Parker on occasion.”
“Based in Tuscany, James Suckling has nothing to say about snow, but offers his (“false”?) opinion about Harlan in re: this epic thread.”
“Batt even identified a probable culprit, Sir John Suckling, a fellow poet who disapproved of Milton's republican beliefs.”
“My last 'festival' meal was a bit more upscale: Suckling pig confit with summer fruit mostarda was served in the glamorous confines of the PS1 gallery garden in New York, while Grizzly Bear and Dan the Automator provided the soundtrack at Le Fooding.”
“We'll definitely litigate it," Kieran Suckling, executive director of the Center for Biological Diversity, said of the federal approval of Shell's plan.”
“You've got this unbelievable chemical soup out there on the order that's never been seen before," Kieran Suckling, director of the Center for Biological Diversity, told Democracy Now! today.”
“Other performers will include tenor Mario Frangolis and 14-year-old Isabel Suckling, who sings Christmas Day, which was streamed on Gibb's website in December.”
“Suckling, Davenant and the poet Edmund Waller were all involved in conspiracies—Davenant and Suckling did their best to stir up an "army plot," at one point bringing in a senior military man to meet the king, but nothing came of it.”
“Suckling fled to France, where, it was said, he committed suicide rather than face a life of poverty.”
“Sir John Suckling, with his well-brushed reddish hair and rustling silks, conformed most closely to the Cavalier type.”
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