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Brewer's: Harts

There are four harts in the tree Yggdrasil', an eagle and a squirrel; and a serpent gnaws its root. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894HartnetHart of Grease A B…

Brewer's: Hart

In Christian art, the emblem of solitude and purity of life. It was the attribute of St. Hubert, St. Julian, and St. Eustace. It was also the type of piety and religious aspiration. (Psalm …

Bret Easton Ellis

Novelist Bret Easton Ellis rocketed to fame with his first book, 1985's Less Than Zero, published while Ellis was a student at Vermont's Bennington College (his fellow students included future literat…

Johnny Hart

Johnny Hart began drawing the daily newspaper comic strip B.C. in 1958. The strip, which featured a caveman named B.C. and his prehistoric cohorts, was soon a hit, and remained popular as Hart continu…

Kevin Hart

Kevin Hart is the energetic comedian who parlayed his stand-up routine about being short and insecure into a successful stage and screen career in Let Me Explain (2013) and Ride Along (2014, co-starri…

Hart's War

Director:Gregory HoblitWriters:Billy Ray and Terry GeorgeMGM Pictures; R; 125 minutesRelease:1/02Cast:Bruce Willis, Colin Farrell, Terrence Howard Hart's War centers around the sad paradox of …

Hart Crane

Name at birth: Harold Hart CraneBright, volatile, short-lived and hard-drinking, Crane was in some ways an archetype of the Roaring Twenties author. Crane is best known for The Bridge (1930), an epic…

John HART

HART, John, (great-great-great grandfather of John Hart Brewer), a Delegate from New Jersey; born in Stonington, Conn., about 1713; moved with his parents to Hopewell Township, Hunterdon County…

Brewer's: Hart Royal

A male red deer, when the crown of the antler has made its appearance, and the creature has been hunted by a king. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Hart of Gr…

Brewer's: Hart of Grease

(A). A hunter's phrase for a fat venison; a stag full of the pasture, called by Jaques “a fat and greasy citizen.” (As You Like It, i. 1.) (See Heart Of Grace.) “It is a h…