from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Stone, Edward Durell 1902-1978. American architect who was an exponent of the International Style. Among his notable designs is the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. (1964).
- Stone, Harlan Fiske 1872-1946. American jurist who served as an associate justice (1925-1941) and the chief justice (1941-1946) of the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Stone, I(sidor) F(einstein) 1907-1989. American journalist who championed liberal causes in I.F. Stone's Weekly (1953-1971).
- Stone, Lucy 1818-1893. American feminist and social reformer who organized the first national women's rights convention, held in Worcester, Massachusetts (1850), and was a founder of the American Woman Suffrage Association (1869).
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- proper n. A surname.
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He travelled as far as Holloway, and there sat down on a stone, which to this day is called Whittington's Stone, and began to consider what course he should take.
My Child shall know, that the Stone called the _Philosophers Stone_, comes out of _Saturn_.
He traveled as far as Holloway, and there sat down on a stone, which to this day is called Whittington's Stone, and began to consider what course he should take.
Oasis in Stone is a book of raw beauty, about the natural world that always speaks for itself but which few listen to unless through the voices of its artists.
Captain Stone is a Marine officer now serving in Iraq.
"Marvin Stone is something that most teams don't have."
Marvin Stone is starting to get the aggressiveness of Ellis
However, the term Stone Age has little more than technological significance, for it means that a society does not have the use of metals of any kind.
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Livia Stone is a volunteer wildlife rehabilitator at WildCare and director of The Biz and Livia Stone Foundation.