Ashley Montagu

Montagu

[mon-tuh-gyoo]
noun
1.
Ashley (Montague Francis Ashley Montagu) 1905–1999, U.S. anthropologist and writer, born in England.
2.
Charles, 1st Earl of Halifax, 1661–1715, British statesman: prime minister 1714–15.
3.
Lady Mary Wortley [wurt-lee] , (Mary Pierrepont) 1689–1762, English author.
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Montagu (ˈmɒntəˌɡjuː)
 
n
1.  Charles. See (Earl of) Halifax
2.  Lady Mary Wortley. 1689--1762, English writer, noted for her Letters from the East (1763)

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British American anthropologist noted for his works popularizing anthropology and science.

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