|the offspring of a zebra and a donkey.|
|a fool or simpleton; ninny.|
|1.||Edmund. 1729--97, British Whig statesman, conservative political theorist, and orator, born in Ireland: defended parliamentary government and campaigned for a more liberal treatment of the American colonies; denounced the French Revolution|
|2.||Robert O'Hara. 1820--61, Irish explorer, who led the first expedition (1860--61) across Australia from south to north. He was accompanied by W. J. Wills, George Grey, and John King; King alone survived the return journey|
|3.||William. 1792--1829, Irish murderer and body snatcher; associate of William Hare|
kenneth duva burke
American literary critic who is best known for his rhetorically based analyses of the nature of knowledge and for his views of literature as "symbolic action," where language and human agency combine.
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