"Smithsonian Institute," named for English scientist and philanthropist James Smithson (1765-1829), who left a legacy to the U.S. government to found it. The mineral smithsonite also is named for him.
From that point of view, I hope my jersey in the smithsonian is replaced by one of a turbaned Sikh who plays in the NBA.
From the Kennedy Center to the smithsonian, the price is going through the roof.
They were working on typewriters that belonged in the smithsonian.
And when Sen. Snowe retires, we ought to ask Madame Toussoud to make a wax model of her that we can put in the smithsonian.
Ron Rosenbaum, smithsonian Magazine Jaron Lanier was one of the creators of the virtual world.
They were all connected with the smithsonian Institute, and their work was mainly under the Government.
But our smithsonian systematizer will allow us neither horn of this dilemma.
As chief executive officer of the smithsonian Institution, you entrusted to me the immediate control of the affairs of the Bureau.
"That smithsonian man telephoned you again this afternoon, Ernest," said Elsa.
Again the grasshopper was captured, then poisoned and skinned, and the bones were expressed to the smithsonian Museum.