Until recently, Rice was smoothly on track to become the edmund Hillary of foreign-policy strivers.
It took two unlikely people to revive it half century later: Gertrude Stein and the literary critic edmund Wilson.
His son, edmund Ford Jr., took his place on the city council.
edmund White opened the door, took one look at my blood-covered face and hands, and called softly for his husband Michael Carroll.
edmund will likely never have a job that pays above minimum wage, if that.
There was a man more than the master of them all, and his name was edmund Burke; and how did they treat him?
Whether it would be more agreeable to edmund than the army, remained to be seen.
Mr. edmund Flamsted tells me, Sept. 1682, that 'twas at Yorke fight he was slaine.
She had been surprised at first, because she had not thought edmund a marrying man.
edmund Burke's business was statecraft; his play was letters; but he lives for us through letters.