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timothy British & World English

A Eurasian grass which is widely grown for grazing and hay. It is naturalized in North America, where many cultivars have been developed

Timothy, Epistle to British & World English

Either of two books of the New Testament, epistles of St Paul addressed to St Timothy

Timothy, St British & World English

(1st century ad), convert and disciple of St Paul. Traditionally he was the first bishop of Ephesus and was martyred in the reign of the Roman emperor Nerva. Feast day, January 22 or 26

Timothy in timothy British & World English

A Eurasian grass which is widely grown for grazing and hay. It is naturalized in North America, where many cultivars have been developed

Leary, Timothy British & World English

(1920–96), American psychologist and drug pioneer; full name Timothy Francis Leary. After experimenting with consciousness-altering drugs including LSD, he was dismissed from his teaching post at Harvard University in 1963 and became a figurehead for the hippy drug culture

Pickering, Timothy British & World English

(1745–1829), US government official. He was the US secretary of war 1795 and secretary of state 1795–1800, as well as a member of the US Senate 1803–11 and US House of Representatives 1813–17

timothy grass in timothy British & World English

A Eurasian grass which is widely grown for grazing and hay. It is naturalized in North America, where many cultivars have been developed

Timothy Francis Leary in Leary, Timothy British & World English

(1920–96), American psychologist and drug pioneer; full name Timothy Francis Leary. After experimenting with consciousness-altering drugs including LSD, he was dismissed from his teaching post at Harvard University in 1963 and became a figurehead for the hippy drug culture

Timothy Miles Bindon Rice in Rice, Sir Tim British & World English

(B.1944), English lyricist and entertainer; full name Timothy Miles Bindon Rice. Together with Andrew Lloyd Webber he co-wrote a number of hit musicals, including Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1968), Jesus Christ Superstar (1971), and Evita (1978). He has won three Oscars for best original film song (1992, 1994, and 1996)

Timothy, Epistle to New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

either of two books of the New Testament

St Paul's Epistle to Timothy in epistle English-Spanish

la epístola de San Pablo a Timoteo