Wyat

NOUN
  1. English poet who introduced the sonnet form to English literature (1503-1542)
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  • The sonnet's chief English importers were Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503 - 42) and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (1515 - 47), who had generally translated their Italian originals not only into English but into a different shape of sonnet.
  • Wyatt liked the city manager, his tiredness and efficiency and harmless irascibility.
  • A last ray of burning rusty light glanced off the monkey bars, where Wyatt remembered playing, himself as a kid.
  • Mahone then forces the clerk to hand over Wyatt's cell number.
  • Industry research firm Watson Wyatt estimates Australian companies face a combined shortfall of as much as A$25 billion in these defined-benefit pension plans, known as superannuation in Australia. Australian Firms to Pay Scarce Cash for Pensions
  • Wyatt screwed his monocle into his eye, regarded both sides of the coin attentively, and laid it down. The Desire of the Moth; and the Come On
  • And correspondent Wyatt Cenac reported live from Heaven on which Republican was the odds-on favorite to receive the "coveted God endorsement. Cheers & Jeers: Jon Stewart in 2012
  • Wyatt had never seen an adult eat so much candy.
  • Other cross-pollinators include Robert Wyatt, who shoots Prada ads and has a splashy editorial story, ‘Flash of the Titans,’ in the October issue of Harper's Bazaar.
  • Mack produced three of the working stopwatches from his pocket and held them out to Emma and Wyatt who took them in their hands carefully.
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