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Stevens (ˈstiːvənz Pronunciation for Stevens



  1. Thaddeus ((ˈθædɪəs)). 1792–1868, US Radical Republican politician. An opponent of slavery, he supported Reconstruction and entered the resolution calling for the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson
  2. Wallace. 1879–1955, US poet, whose books include the collections Harmonium (1923), The Man with the Blue Guitar (1937), and Transport to Summer (1947)

Example Sentences Including 'Stevens'

Both Meyerhoff and David Hirsch, the associate conductor, have been plenty open about their feelings concerning Stevens.
Goldsborough, Robert Murder in E Minor
But again Stevens muscled on to the table for two frames to lead 5-4 in the tightest pairing so far.
Irish Times (2002)
Certificate of Higher Education Hazel Morrison; Amy Louise Samson; Elissa Anne Stevens.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
In fact, I can't picture Milan Stevens discussing his personal life with anybody.
Goldsborough, Robert Murder in E Minor
Leeds-based Hunter followed Stephen Hendry and Matthew Stevens out of the competition.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Lostprophets Lostprophets plan Welsh spectacular Lostprophets cover Rachel Stevens !
NME (New Musical Express) (2004)
Meyerhoff is head of that committee, but they were going nowhere, so I stepped in with Stevens 's name.
Goldsborough, Robert Murder in E Minor
Schafer, S. (1960), Restitution to Victims of Crime (London: Stevens & Sons).
Walklate, Sandra Victimology - the victim and the criminal justice process
Stevens scored from the slot following a faceoff, making it 3-1 on a power play with 6: 47 remaining in the game.
Globe and Mail (2003)


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