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hart British & World English

An adult male deer, especially a red deer over five years old

Hart, Frederick E. British & World English

(1943–99), US sculptor. He sculpted and cast in bronze the Three Soldiers (or Three Fighting Men) statue (1984) that stands at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC. His work is also featured in the front entrance to the National Cathedral that was completed and dedicated in 1990

Hart, Moss British & World English

(1904–61), US playwright and director. His collaborations with George S. Kaufman include the plays You Ca n’t Take It with You (1936) and The Man Who Came to Dinner (1939). He also wrote the movie script for Gentlemen’s Agreement (1947)

Crane, Hart British & World English

(1899–1932), American poet; full name Harold Hart Crane. He published only two books before committing suicide: the collection White Buildings (1926) and The Bridge (1930), a mystical epic poem concerned with American life and consciousness

hart's tongue British & World English

A common European fern whose long, narrow undivided fronds are said to resemble the tongues of deer

Benton, Thomas Hart1 British & World English

(1782–1858), US politician. A Democratic member of the US Senate from Missouri (1821–51), he supported frontier explorations and opposed extending slavery to the territories

Benton, Thomas Hart2 British & World English

(1889–1975), US painter, a grandnephew of Senator Thomas Hart Benton. His paintings, of the American naturalist school, represent life in the Midwest

Liddell Hart, Sir Basil Henry British & World English

(1895–1970), British military historian and theorist. He developed principles of mobile warfare, which were adopted by both sides in the Second World War

Lorenz Hart in Rodgers, Richard British & World English

(1902–79), American composer; full name Richard Charles Rodgers. He worked with librettist Lorenz Hart (1895–1943) before collaborating with Oscar Hammerstein II on a succession of popular musicals, including The Sound of Music (1959)

Massey, Raymond British & World English

(1896–1983), US actor and producer; born in Canada; full name Raymond Hart Massey. His movies include Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940), Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) and East of Eden (1955). He also played Dr. Leonard Gillespie on the television series Dr. Kildare (1961–66)

hart's tongue fern in hart's tongue British & World English

A common European fern whose long, narrow undivided fronds are said to resemble the tongues of deer

Harold Hart Crane in Crane, Hart British & World English

(1899–1932), American poet; full name Harold Hart Crane. He published only two books before committing suicide: the collection White Buildings (1926) and The Bridge (1930), a mystical epic poem concerned with American life and consciousness

Raymond Hart Massey in Massey, Raymond British & World English

(1896–1983), US actor and producer; born in Canada; full name Raymond Hart Massey. His movies include Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940), Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) and East of Eden (1955). He also played Dr. Leonard Gillespie on the television series Dr. Kildare (1961–66)

Hart New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

, Horace (1840–1916), printer to Oxford University 1883–1916

hart English-Spanish

venado masculine