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graham British & World English

Denoting or made from wholewheat flour that has not been sifted

Graham, Billy British & World English

(B.1918), American evangelical preacher; full name William Franklin Graham. He is world famous as a mass evangelist

Graham, Katherine Meyer British & World English

(1917–2001), US publisher. In 1940, she married Philip Graham (1915–63), who headed the communications empire started by her father that included Newsweek magazine and the Washington Post. She became the company’s president upon her husband’s death and supported the reporting of Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward that led to the exposure of the Watergate scandal

Graham, Martha British & World English

(1893–1991), American dancer, teacher, and choreographer. She evolved a new dance language using more flexible movements intended to express psychological complexities and emotional power

Graham, Otto British & World English

(1921–2003), US football player; full name Otto Everett Graham, Jr. A quarterback for the Cleveland Browns 1946–55, he led the team to the championship of the All-America Football Conference 1946–49 and then to the championship of the NFL 1950, 1954–55. Football Hall of Fame (1965)

Graham, Thomas British & World English

(1805–69), Scottish physical chemist. He studied diffusion and osmosis, coining the word osmose (now osmosis) and colloid in its modern chemical sense

Graham in graham British & World English

Denoting or made from wholewheat flour that has not been sifted

Graham in Graham's law British & World English

A law stating that the rates of diffusion and effusion of a gas are inversely proportional to the square root of the density of the gas

Graham Land British & World English

The northern part of the Antarctic Peninsula, the only part of Antarctica lying outside the Antarctic Circle. Discovered in 1831-2 by the English navigator John Biscoe (1794–1843), it now forms part of British Antarctic Territory, but is claimed also by Chile and Argentina

Hill, Graham British & World English

(1929–75), English motor-racing driver; full name Norman Graham Hill. He became Formula One world champion in 1962 and 1975

Greene, Graham British & World English

(1904–91), English novelist; full name Henry Graham Greene. The moral paradoxes he saw in his Roman Catholic faith underlie much of his work. Notable works: Brighton Rock (1938), The Power and the Glory (1940), and The Third Man (written as a screenplay, and filmed in 1949; novel 1950)

Graham's law British & World English

A law stating that the rates of diffusion and effusion of a gas are inversely proportional to the square root of the density of the gas

Sutherland, Graham British & World English

(1903–80), English painter; full name Graham Vivian Sutherland. During the Second World War he was an official war artist. His post-war work included the tapestry Christ in Majesty (1962) in Coventry cathedral

Bell, Alexander Graham British & World English

(1847–1922), Scottish-born American scientist. He invented a method for transmitting speech electrically and gave the first public demonstration of the telephone in 1876; he founded the Bell Telephone Company the following year

Montrose, James Graham British & World English

1st Marquis of (1612–50), Scottish general. Montrose supported Charles I in the English Civil War and inflicted a dramatic series of defeats on the stronger Covenanter forces in the north before being defeated. In 1650 he attempted to restore Charles II, but was betrayed to the Covenanters and hanged

Henry Graham Greene in Greene, Graham British & World English

(1904–91), English novelist; full name Henry Graham Greene. The moral paradoxes he saw in his Roman Catholic faith underlie much of his work. Notable works: Brighton Rock (1938), The Power and the Glory (1940), and The Third Man (written as a screenplay, and filmed in 1949; novel 1950)

Norman Graham Hill in Hill, Graham British & World English

(1929–75), English motor-racing driver; full name Norman Graham Hill. He became Formula One world champion in 1962 and 1975

James Graham Ballard in Ballard, J. G. British & World English

(1930–2009), British novelist and short-story writer; full name James Graham Ballard. He is known for dystopian science fiction such as his first novel, The Drowned World (1962), and Crash (1973)

William Franklin Graham in Graham, Billy British & World English

(B.1918), American evangelical preacher; full name William Franklin Graham. He is world famous as a mass evangelist

Graham Vivian Sutherland in Sutherland, Graham British & World English

(1903–80), English painter; full name Graham Vivian Sutherland. During the Second World War he was an official war artist. His post-war work included the tapestry Christ in Majesty (1962) in Coventry cathedral

Otto Everett Graham, Jr. in Graham, Otto British & World English

(1921–2003), US football player; full name Otto Everett Graham, Jr. A quarterback for the Cleveland Browns 1946–55, he led the team to the championship of the All-America Football Conference 1946–49 and then to the championship of the NFL 1950, 1954–55. Football Hall of Fame (1965)

Florence Nightingale Graham in Arden, Elizabeth British & World English

(Circa 1880–1966), Canadian-born American businesswoman; born Florence Nightingale Graham. She built up an international chain of beauty salons and an extensive range of cosmetics

graham flour English-Spanish

harina f integralno tamizada

graham cracker English-Spanish

galleta, Granola®


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