from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Bankhead, Tallulah Brockman 1903-1968. American actress noted for her wit, glamour, and performances in plays, such as The Little Foxes (1939), and motion pictures, including Lifeboat (1943).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In coal-mining, the upper level end of an inclined plane next the engine.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. uninhibited United States actress (1903-1968)
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Most old fellows I've spoke with say that the rut in Bankhead was hot the first gun hunt on November 21.
The public land I hunt is located in Bankhead National Forest/Black Warrior Management.
Every single project in Bankhead’s voluminous stage career gets a comprehensive going-through here.
So he says the deer mixed and I suspect thats why I have such a hard time pinpointing the hot period in Bankhead.
Alexander drives east along Hollowell, a Zone 1 thoroughfare that until the early 2000s was known as Bankhead Highway.
Nearly every female star in Hollywood appeared in at least one “fallen woman” film, including Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Joan Crawford, Claudette Colbert, Jean Harlow, and Tallulah Bankhead.
The first is bulky, brilliant Leonard Bankhead, a philosophy and science double-major who meets Madeleine in Semiotics 211.
Davis 'competitors include Still's Laura Linney and TV and stage veterans Valerie Harper, for the Tallulah Bankhead homage Looped, and Linda Lavin, for Collected Stories, an earlier work by Margulies.
What exactly has Lisa Borders done to improve the quality of life for citizens of Bankhead?
Matthew Broderick reading Tommy Lee's advice on what to do with a woman's "gummy bear" stole a show that also featured Mario Cantone revealing what Tallulah Bankhead did with a variety of cats and Joy Behar reading from Madonna's now out-of-print sex book.