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Margaret Fuller

Name at birth: Sarah Margaret FullerMargaret Fuller was a New England intellectual and journalist whose 1845 book Woman in the Nineteenth Century was a key influence on American women suffragists of…

Fuller, Margaret

(Encyclopedia) Fuller, Margaret, 1810–50, American writer, lecturer, and public intellectual, b. Cambridgeport (now part of Cambridge), Mass. She was one of the most influential personalities in the…

Margaret I

(Encyclopedia) Margaret I, 1353–1412, queen of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, daughter of Waldemar IV of Denmark. She was married (1363) to King Haakon VI of Norway, son of Magnus VII of Norway and…

Margaret

(Encyclopedia) Margaret, 1930–2002, British princess, second daughter of King George VI and sister of Queen Elizabeth II, b. Glamis, Scotland. In 1960 she married a commoner, the photographer Antony…

fuller's earth

(Encyclopedia) fuller's earth, mineral substance characterized by the property of absorbing basic colors and removing them from oils. It is composed mainly of alumina, silica, iron oxides, lime…

Samuel Fuller

Samuel Fuller was a maverick filmmaker who wowed critics in the 1950s and '60s with low-budget movies such as Pickup on South Street (1953), House of Bamboo (1955) and The Naked Kiss (1964). He…

Fuller, Millard

(Encyclopedia) Fuller, Millard, 1935–2009, American entrepreneur and philanthropist, b. Lanett, Ala., grad. Auburn Univ. (B.S., 1957), Univ. of Alabama Law School (LL.B., 1960). While in law school…

Fuller, R. Buckminster

(Encyclopedia) Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster Fuller), 1895–1983, American architect and engineer, b. Milton, Mass. Fuller devoted his life to the invention of revolutionary…

Fuller, George

(Encyclopedia) Fuller, George, 1822–84, American portrait, figure, and landscape painter, b. Deerfield, Mass.; pupil of Henry K. Brown at Albany. He first practiced portraiture in Boston and later in…