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Franz Kafka

Franz Kafka was a writer famous for stories of bewildered individuals betrayed by an irrational and pointless society. The son of German-Jewish parents, he was raised in Prague, where he earned a law…

Dinah Shore

Dinah Shore(Frances Rose)talk-show host, singer, entertainerBorn: 3/1/1917 Emmy Award-winning radio, television, and film entertainer who achieved fame as a singer and became better known as the hoste…

Eddie Shore

Eddie ShoreBorn: Nov. 25, 1902Hockey D only NHL defenseman to win Hart Trophy as MVP 4 times (1933,35-36,38); led Boston Bruins to Stanley Cup titles in 1929 and '39; had 105 goals and 1,047 p…

Dinah Shore

Edition:26thDates:March 27–30Site: Mission Hills CC, Rancho Mirage, Calif.Par:36-36—72 (6460 yards)Purse:$900,000 1 234TotEarnings1Betsy King71-67-67-71—276$135,0002Kris T…

Dinah Shore Biography

Dinah Shore(Frances Rose)talk-show host, singer, entertainerBorn: 3/1/1917 Emmy Award-winning radio, television, and film entertainer who achieved fame as a singer and became better known as the hoste…

Brewer's: Cornubian Shore

(The). Cornwall, famous for its tin mines. ... from the bleak Cornubian shore Dispense the mineral treasure, which of old Sidonian pilots sought. Akenside: Hymn to the Naiads. Source: Di…

Brewer's: Hug the Shore

(To). In the case of a ship, to keep as close to the shore as is compatible with the vessel's safety, when at sea. “Serrer la terre.” Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E…

Brewer's: Lee Shore

is the shore under the lee of a ship, or that towards which the wind blows. (See Lee.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Lee-sideLee Hatch A B C D E F G …

Brewer's: Shore

(Jane). Sir Thomas More says, “She was well-born, honestly brought up, and married somewhat too soon to a wealthy yeoman.” The tragedy of Jane Shore is by Nicholas Rowe. Sourc…

Brewer's: Saxon Shore

The coast of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Kent, Sussex, and Hampshire, where were castles and garrisons, under the charge of a court or military officer, called Comës Lïttoris Saxonic…