from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Wheatley, Phillis 1753?-1784. African-born American poet considered the first widely recognized Black writer in America. Her works include Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral (1773).
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- proper n. Any of several place names
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- n. American poet (born in Africa) who was the first recognized Black writer in America (1753-1784)
Wheatley is so convinced of the trajectory of pet therapy that American Humane took Denver Pet Partners under its umbrella last year and is creating a division this year to study and perpetuate the human/animal bond.
Anyone who can write about sex between 80 years, cooking lovers in tomatoe sauce, rainfall in Bophuthatswana, and Phyllis Wheatley is major in my book.
One of the more entertaining news stories of last week was Labour's removal of Christine Wheatley from the short-list in Copeland.
Kim Wheatley is an Assistant Professor of English at the College of William and Mary.
Ladd, the Carolina poet, in enumerating the laurels of his country, dwells with encomium on 'Wheatley's polished verse;' nor is his praise undeserved, for often it will be found to glide in the stream of melody.
Books, 'Wheatley's' Prices of Books, 'Professor Ferguson's' Aspects of
The committee does not believe the FCA will be accountable for its actions unless it publishes the minutes of its meetings and the committee be able to subject the chief executive, Martin Wheatley, to pre-appointment scrutiny.
Eileen Patricia Wheatley, formerly sen social worker, Cambs CC, for serv children and young people.
The answer comes in the questioning by Gerard Elias, counsel to the inquiry, whom Thomas Wheatley endows with a quiet, dignified persistence.
Thomas Wheatley as Gerard Elias, counsel to the inquiry, in Tactical Questioning at the Tricycle Theatre.
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