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Horace US English

(65-8 bc), Roman poet of the Augustan period; full name Quintus Horatius Flaccus. A well-known satirist and literary critic, he is noted for his Odes. Other works include Satires and Ars Poetica

Gray, Horace US English

(1828–1902), US Supreme Court associate justice 1881–1902. Appointed to the Court by President Arthur, he had served as Massachusetts' chief justice 1873–81

Mann, Horace US English

(1796–1859), US editor and politician. Considered the father of American public education, he helped to establish the first state board of education while he was a representative to the Massachusetts state legislature 1827–37. He served as the board’s president 1837–48

Greeley, Horace US English

(1811–72), US journalist and political leader. He founded the New York Tribune in 1841. An abolitionist and supporter of the Free Soil movement, he became known for his advice “Go West, young man.”

Walpole, Horace US English

4th Earl of Orford (1717–97), English writer and politician; son of Sir Robert Walpole. He wrote The Castle of Otranto (1764), one of the first Gothic novels

Gallup, George Horace US English

(1901–84), US statistician. A pioneer of opinion research, he developed the Gallup Poll and founded the American Institute of Public Opinion in 1935

Lurton, Horace Harmon US English

(1844–1914), US Supreme Court associate justice 1909–14. A judge in the US Court of Appeals 1893–1909, he was appointed to the Court by President Taft

Charles Horace in Mayo, William Worrall US English

(1819–1911), US physician; born in England. He helped the Sisters of St. Francis found St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota in 1899. His sons William James (1861–1939) and Charles Horace (1865–1939), both surgeons, developed the Mayo Clinic as a part of the hospital

Horace Brodzky in Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri US English

(1891–1915), French sculptor, a leading member of the Vorticist movement. Notable works: the faceted bust of Horace Brodzky (1912) and Bird Swallowing a Fish (1913)

Horace English-Spanish

Horacio

the movie is adapted from the novel by Horace Greenbaum in from English-Spanish

la película es una adaptación de la novela de Horace Greenbaum