[ US /məˈkɑɹθɝ/ ]
  1. United States general who served as chief of staff and commanded Allied forces in the South Pacific during World War II; he accepted the surrender of Japan (1880-1964)
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  • Specialty dealers David Margolis and Jean Moss from Santa Fe, NM, specialists in ephemera, photography, and fine books; and, Terry Belanger, 2005 MacArthur Fellow, and founder of Rare Book School, University of Virginia. Archive 2008-01-01
  • Since the days of Macarthur there has been a bunyip aristocracy in Australia that has been offended by the idea of having to pay to acquire labour.
  • MacArthur stated that it was imperative to prevent the dispatch of an amphibious force.
  • It was redesignated the 165th and became part of the 42nd Division with an up-and-coming regular Army major named Douglas MacArthur as its chief of staff. Wild Bill Donovan
  • By this formula MacArthur could pick the time and place of battle, using air and naval forces to protect his flanks while concentrating combat power for the next thrust.
  • ‘They are patterns of behaviour or patterns of decorum that we all have,’ says MacArthur.
  • As in his biography of Macarthur, the Aborigines are incidental, minor problems for his hero to overcome.
  • Dr. Erik Demaine, who won the MacArthur "Genius" Grant for his work in computational origami. George Heymont: There's Art Right At Your Fingertips!
  • It is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it ( Douglas MacArthur ).
  • Her mode of expression is a disarmingly clear and accessible style, characterized by concision, rhyme, wordplay and wit," concluded the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, which each year chooses winners through a secretive process and does not accept nominations. SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter
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