Eugene

[ US /ˈjudʒin, juˈdʒin/ ]
NOUN
  1. a city in western Oregon on the Willamette River; site of a university
  2. Austrian general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire during the War of the Spanish Succession (1663-1736)
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  • June 17th, 2006 at 12:05 am just popping in on way to bed … my first french textbook was written by Eugene Ionesco … provided me with a most shall we say surreal vocabulary complete with the wonderful word “bathyscape” … nowadays my vocabulary consists of de rien and alors! with an occasional mon petit chouchou thrown in. Firedoglake » Late Nite FDL: Waiting for Wankette
  • Under dealer principal Eugene Cranley, the company started up in Glasthule before moving to the present location some years ago.
  • The parses are generated by running Eugene Charniak's statistical parser.
  • She said the friends she and her husband Eugene have met have been terrific and the children absolutely wonderful.
  • Once he is there, Eugene will announce himself to be a fraud, Napoleon will declare himself, and the people will rise up for their emperor.
  • His Eminence accused Eugène of being a frondeur; M. de Canaples, whose politics had grown sadly rusted in the country, asked me the meaning of the word. The Suitors of Yvonne: being a portion of the memoirs of the Sieur Gaston de Luynes
  • I found the name Eugene gave me—funny, foreign—over the bell in the outer hall. The Worst Years of Your Life
  • Eugene, this post demonstrates the very real conflict between the First Amendment and the speech-as-violation jurisprudence that has accreted under Title VII and similar laws. The Volokh Conspiracy » Anonymous Comments and Modern Tort Law and Antidiscrimination Law 
  • According to virologist Eugene Koonin, a co-author of the findings of the study, the relationship between Sputnik and the mamavirus is a unique “host-parasite” pairing. ���Sputnik��� Virus Can Attack Others, But Is it Alive?
  • The tragic nature of Eugene O Neill splays is deeply influenced by the ancient Greek tragedy, the expressionism of Strindberg, and O Neill sown experience.
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