unfitted

  • 21box coat — noun a short coat that hangs loosely from the shoulders • Hypernyms: ↑coat * * * noun Etymology: box (II) + coat; from its use by coachmen riding on the box exposed to all kinds of weather 1. : a heavy overcoat with or without shoulder capes… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 22Sterile — Ster ile, a. [F. st[ e]rile, L. sterilis, akin to Gr. stereo s stiff, solid, stei^ros barren, stei^ra a cow that has not calved, Goth. stair[=o], fem., barren. See {Stare} to gaze.] 1. Producing little or no crop; barren; unfruitful;… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 23Battle of Adwa — Infobox Military Conflict caption=Tapestry of the Battlescene campaign= conflict=Battle of Adwa partof=the First Italo–Ethiopian War date=1 March, 1896 place=coord|14|1|8|N|38|58|24|E|name=Adwa|display=inline,title|name=Battle of Adwa Adwa,… …

    Wikipedia

  • 24William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham — Infobox Prime Minister | name=The Earl of Chatham order=Prime Minister of Great Britain term start =30 July 1766 term end =14 October 1768 monarch =George III predecessor =The Marquess of Rockingham successor =The Duke of Grafton birth date… …

    Wikipedia

  • 25Kitchen — For other uses, see Kitchen (disambiguation). A modern Western kitchen A kitchen is a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation. In the West, a modern residential kitchen is typically equipped with a stove, a sink with hot and… …

    Wikipedia

  • 26Samuel Richardson — Infobox Writer name = Samuel Richardson caption = 1750 portrait by Joseph Highmore birthdate = birth date|1689|8|19|df=y birthplace = Mackworth, Derbyshire, England deathdate = death date and age|1761|7|4|1689|8|19|df=y occupation = Writer,… …

    Wikipedia

  • 27Cynic — The Cynics ( el. Κυνικοί, la. Cynici) were an influential group of philosophers from the ancient school of Cynicism. Their philosophy was that the purpose of life was to live a life of Virtue in agreement with Nature. This meant rejecting all… …

    Wikipedia

  • 28Railroad switch — For other uses, see Switch (disambiguation). A right hand railroad switch with point indicator pointing to right …

    Wikipedia

  • 29Thomas Overbury — Sir Thomas Overbury (1581 ndash; 15 September 1613), English poet and essayist, and the victim of one of the most sensational crimes in English history, was the son of Nicholas Overbury, of Bourton on the Hill, and was born at Compton Scorpion,… …

    Wikipedia

  • 30Ambrose Burnside — Infobox Military Person name=Ambrose Everett Burnside born= birth date|1824|5|13 died= death date and age|1881|9|13|1824|5|23 placeofbirth=Liberty, Indiana placeofdeath=Bristol, Rhode Island placeofburial=Swan Point Cemetery caption=Portrait of… …

    Wikipedia

  • 31Charles Victor de Bonstetten — (September 3, 1745, Bern – February 3, 1832), was a Swiss liberal writer. By birth a member of one of the great patrician families of Bern, he was educated in his native town, at Yverdon, and (1763 1766) at Geneva, where he came under the… …

    Wikipedia

  • 32Diogenes of Sinope — (Διογένης ὁ Σινωπεύς) Diogenes by John William Waterhouse, depicting his lamp, tub, and diet of onions Full name Diogenes of Sinope (Διογένης ὁ Σινωπεύς) Born …

    Wikipedia

  • 33James I of England — Infobox British Royalty|majesty name = James VI and I title = King of Scotland, England, and Ireland imgw = 200 caption = James I of England from the period 1603–1613, by Paul van Somer I (1576–1621) succession = King of Scotland reign = 24 July… …

    Wikipedia

  • 34French Second Republic — {|align=right Infobox Former Country native name = Deuxième République France conventional long name = French Second Republic common name = France ag continent = Europe region = country = France era = status = status text= empire = government… …

    Wikipedia

  • 35HMS Royal Oak (08) — His Majesty s Ship Royal Oak (pennant number 08) was a Revenge class battleship of the British Royal Navy, torpedoed at anchor by the German submarine U 47 on 14 October 1939. Launched in 1914 and completed in 1916, Royal Oak first saw action at… …

    Wikipedia

  • 36Daniel Sickles — Daniel Edgar Sickles Major General Sickles circa 1862 Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York s 10th district In office …

    Wikipedia

  • 37Chemise — For the wall in fortification, see Chemise (wall). Fashionable young man in early 16th century Germany showed a lot of fine linen in a studied negligee. This unidentified gentleman has a band of smocking round the collar of his shift. (Portrait… …

    Wikipedia

  • 38Muʻumuʻu — The muokinaumuokinau (IPA en|ˈmumu; Hawaiian: IPA all|muʔumuʔu), commonly spelled muumuu, muu muu or mumu, is a loose dress of Hawaiian origin that hangs from the shoulder. Like the Aloha shirt, muokinaumuokinau exports are often brilliantly… …

    Wikipedia

  • 39Shaw Neilson — John Shaw Neilson (February 22, 1872 ndash; 12 May 1942), was an Australian poet.AncestryHe was born at Penola, South Australia. He was of purely Scottish ancestry; his grandparents were John Neilson and Jessie MacFarlane of Cupar, Neil Mackinnon …

    Wikipedia

  • 401860s in fashion — 1860s fashion in European and European influenced clothing is characterized by extremely full skirted women s fashions relying on crinolines and hoops and the emergence of alternative fashions under the influence of the Artistic Dress movement.… …

    Wikipedia