thad harris

Harris

[har-is]
noun
1.
Benjamin, c1660–c1720, English journalist who published the first newspaper in America 1690.
2.
Frank, 1856–1931, U.S. writer, born in Ireland.
3.
Joel Chandler [chan-dler, chahn-] , 1848–1908, U.S. journalist, novelist, and short-story writer: creator of Uncle Remus.
4.
Julie, born 1925, U.S. actress.
5.
Louis, born 1921, U.S. public-opinion pollster and columnist.
6.
Mark, born 1922, U.S. novelist.
7.
Roy, 1898–1979, U.S. composer.
8.
Thaddeus William, 1795–1856, U.S. entomologist: pioneer in applied entomology.
9.
Zellig Sabbatai [zel-ig sah-buhtahy, sab-uh-] , 1909–92, U.S. linguist, born in Ukraine.
10.
a male given name.
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Harris1 (ˈhærɪs)
 
n
the S part of the island of Lewis with Harris, in the Outer Hebrides. Pop: about 3000 (2001). Area: 500 sq km (190 sq miles)

Harris2 (ˈhærɪs)
 
n
1.  Sir Arthur Travers, known as Bomber Harris. 1892--1984, British air marshal. He was commander-in-chief of Bomber Command of the RAF (1942--45)
2.  Frank. 1856--1931, British writer and journalist; his books include his autobiography My Life and Loves (1923--27) and Contemporary Portraits (1915--30)
3.  Joel Chandler. 1848--1908, US writer; creator of Uncle Remus
4.  Roy. 1898--1979, US composer, esp of orchestral and choral music incorporating American folk tunes

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