from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Carlyle, Thomas 1795-1881. British historian and essayist whose works, such as The French Revolution (1837), are characterized by his trenchant social and political criticism and his complex literary style.
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- proper n. A surname derived from Carlisle; the most famous to bear it was Thomas Carlyle.
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
- proper n. Any of a number of places in the US named for people with the surname.
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- n. Scottish historian who wrote about the French Revolution (1795-1881)
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Robert Carlyle is starring in the upcoming Sci Fi, sorry, SyFy series Stargate Universe.
Carlyle is offering investors $31 a share in cash, Syniverse said Thursday in a statement.
Carlyle is paying investors about 11.4 times Syniverse's earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization.
Carlyle is offering $31 a share in cash, a 30 percent premium to yesterdays closing price.
Carlyle is offering to pay $31 a share in cash, a 30% premium to Syniverse's 4 p.m. price Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange.
True i surpose, Robert Carlyle is very well known here in the UK.
We shall overcome because Carlyle is right, “no lie can live forever.”
The opening scene, where Carlyle is chased across British farmland by a herd (I use herd because they behave just like a herd as they flock across the fields after him) of Infected, set to the familiar theme from 28 Days Later, is an incredible sequence.
With regards Sir John Major, he will have been granted coinvestment rights on Qinetiq from The Carlyle Group and is also like to benefit from any profits earned in Carlyle European Partners I, the fund where Carlyle placed their investment in Qinetiq.
'' Tower-of-Babel jargon, "and a miracle will ensue: You will find yourself, in Carlyle's words, '' working the mighty chaos into a creation-of ready-money."