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I. biographical name Catherine — see Catherine II. biographical name Henry 1517?-1547 Earl of Surrey English soldier & poet III. biographical name John Winston 1939- prime minister of Australia (1996- ) IV. biographical name Oliver Otis 1830-1909 American general & educator V. biographical name Sidney Coe 1891-1939 American dramatist

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  • Howard — puede ser un apellido y un nombre. Puede hacer referencia a: Howard, noble familia inglesa. La Universidad Howard, ubicada en Washington D. C.. El borough de Howard, en Pensilvania, Estados Unidos. El condado de Howard, en Maryland, Estados… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Howard — Howard, Ebenezer Howard, Leslie ► Noble familia inglesa del s. X. A ella pertenecen los condes de Norfolk, de Suffolk, de Northampton y de Nottingham. * * * (as used in expressions) Aiken, Howard H(athaway) Armstrong, Edwin H(oward) Bearden,… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Howard — steht für: Howard (Name), Familienname und Vorname Howard (Adelsgeschlecht), britisch katholische Adelsfamilie Howard Motor Works, ein britischer Hersteller von Cyclecars Kongskilde Howard GmbH, einen Landmaschinenhersteller, siehe Kongskilde… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Howard — Howard, PA U.S. borough in Pennsylvania Population (2000): 699 Housing Units (2000): 295 Land area (2000): 0.345648 sq. miles (0.895225 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 0.345648 sq. miles… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Howard — (spr. hau ĕrd), 1) Katharina, fünfte Gemahlin des Königs Heinrich VIII. von England; s. Katharina. 2) John, Reformator des englischen Gefängniswesens, geb. 2. Sept. 1726 in Hackney bei London, gest. 20. Jan. 1790 auf einer Reise nach Asien zu… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Howard — Howard1 [hou′ərd] n. [< the surname Howard] a masculine name: dim. Howie Howard2 [hou′ərd] 1. Catherine 1520? 42; 5th wife of Henry VIII of England: beheaded 2. Henry see SURREY1 Earl of 3. Roy Wilson 1883 1964; U.S. editor & newspa …   English World dictionary

  • Howard — (spr. hau rd), Katharina, fünfte Gemahlin Heinrichs VIII. von England, geb. um 1520, seit 8. Aug. 1540 vermählt, 13. Febr. 1542 wegen Verdachts der Untreue enthauptet …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Howard — m English: transferred use of the surname of an English noble family. The surname has a large number of possible origins, but in the case of the noble family early forms often have the spelling Haward, and so it is probably from a Scandinavian… …   First names dictionary

  • Howard — Fréquent en Angleterre, c est un nom de personne d origine germanique, Hughard (hug = intelligence + hard = dur) …   Noms de famille

  • Howard — proper name, from O.Fr. Huard, from a Germanic source similar to O.H.G. *Hugihard heart brave, or *Hoh weard, lit. high defender; chief guardian. Also probably in some cases a confusion with cognate O.N. Haward, and as a surname also with… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Howard — (izg. hòuerd), Trevor (1916 1988) DEFINICIJA britanski kazališni i filmski glumac, ostvario vrhunske karakterne uloge (Kratak susret, Treći čovjek) …   Hrvatski jezični portal

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