from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Arnold, Benedict 1741-1801. American Revolutionary general and traitor whose plan to surrender West Point to the British for 20,000 pounds was foiled when his accomplice John André was captured (1780). Arnold fled to New York and then to England (1781).
- Arnold, Matthew 1822-1888. British poet and critic whose poems, such as "Dover Beach” (1867), express moral and religious doubts. His Culture and Anarchy (1869) is a polemic against Victorian materialism.
- Arnold, Thomas 1795-1842. British educator and historian who as headmaster of Rugby School (1827-1842) introduced classes in mathematics, modern languages, and modern history into the classical curriculum.
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- proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Ferdinand Christian Gustav Arnold (1829-1901).
- proper n. A male given name brought to England by Normans.
- proper n. A patronymic surname.
- proper n. Any of a number of places in the English-speaking world.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. English poet and literary critic (1822-1888)
- n. United States general and traitor in the American Revolution; in 1780 his plan to surrender West Point to the British was foiled (1741-1801)
This is the real ARNOLD ~ The flabby soft Arnold that is underneath the carefully manicured, coiffed and botoxed myth created by Karl Rove (who has met with Arnold several times) and Steve Schmidt ~ his campaign manager and a former top aide to Darth Vader himself ~ Dick Cheney.
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER (R), CALIFORNIA: I know that some people say, Arnold, why not wait until next year?
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER (R), CALIFORNIA: If I would do another "Terminator" movie, I would have terminator travel back in time to tell Arnold not to have the special election.
ARNOLD -- Police are searching this morning for the gunman who fired shots last night at an Arnold police officer.
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER (R), CALIFORNIA: I, Arnold Schwarzenegger ...
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER: I, Arnold Schwarzenegger ...
ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER (R), CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR-ELECT: I Arnold Schwarzenegger ...
I mean, Mark mentioned what he calls Arnold putting together a pension move that would take away benefits for widows.
This is another case of some remaining residual of libertarianism in Arnold which is fighting his nanny conservative tendencies; constant rationalization between the two opposite tendencies.
"Arnold is not wrong in assuming that the return on a diversified portfolio is anchored by the growth rate of the economy"