Johnston

[ US /ˈdʒɑnstən/ ]
NOUN
  1. Confederate general in the American Civil War; led the Confederate troops in the West (1807-1891)
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How To Use Johnston In A Sentence

  • His sporting heroes are Paula Radcliffe and World Record 200 metres holder Michael Johnston.
  • Although Johnston depicts Cook as a cautious and dignified man compared to his vainglorious counterpart, both men risked their reputations in their mutual quest.
  • The only other time this occurred was in 1957 when Neil Johnston outshot "Pitchin'" Paul Arizin for the Philadelphia Warriors. Maybe, Um, Durant Should Do the Shooting
  • Johnston predicts that Japan will be compelled to liberalize its strict immigration policies.
  • June 3, 1862, Gen. Robert E. Lee, the father of my deceased colleague, assumed the command of the Army of Northern Virginia three days after the retiracy of Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, caused by a wound received in the battle of Seven Pines. Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of William H. F. Lee (A Representative from Virginia) Delivered in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, Fifty-Second Congress, First Session
  • Importantly, sound - and wind-sensitive Johnston's organ neurons exhibit different intrinsic response properties: the former are phasically activated by small, bi-directional, displacements of the aristae, whereas the latter are tonically activated by unidirectional, static deflections of larger magnitude. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • He sets out from a secure base and tells his story of Johnston's life fluently.
  • Law and his colleagues Steven Majewski (University of Virginia) and Kathryn Johnston (Columbia University) solved this problem by allowing models of the dark matter halo to be "triaxial" – in other words, have different lengths in all three dimensions. Milky Way Has a "Squashed Beachball"-Shaped Dark Matter Halo | Universe Today
  • Like Johnston, who handled the Palmer account for so long, he is a loyal and aggressive employee.
  • It's a common theme in movies, the American who purges bad feelings by facing danger head on, and director Joe Johnston is clumsy with it.
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