George 1685-1753; Ir. philosopher & bishop
Sir William 1606-77; Brit. colonial governor of Virginia (1641-52; 1660-76)
city in W California, on San Francisco Bay, just north of Oakland: pop. 103,000
after George Berkeley
See Berkeley in American Heritage Dictionary 4
A city of northern California on San Francisco Bay north of Oakland. A branch of the University of California is here (established 1868). Population: 102,000.
, Busby 1895-1976.
American choreographer and film director noted for lavish, synchronized dance routines in films such as 42nd Street (1933).
Irish prelate and philosopher whose idealist philosophy, directed against the materialism of Thomas Hobbes, is based on the thought that to be is to perceive or to be perceived. His works include Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge (1710) and Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous (1713).
English colonial governor of Virginia (1641-1649 and 1660-1677) whose policies led to Bacon's Rebellion (1676).