A hammer used by a blacksmith for grooving or spreading iron.
A groove made by such a hammer.
Origin: Possibly from full1, to pleat.
, Melville Weston 1833-1910.
American jurist who served as the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1888-1910) and maintained that governmental powers must derive from a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
, R(ichard) Buckminster 1895-1983.
American architect and inventor who sought to solve practical problems with simple designs that require a minimum of materials and energy. The geodesic dome is his best-known invention.
, (Sarah) Margaret 1810-1850.
American writer and critic who edited the transcendentalist periodical Dial (1840-1842), was a pioneering literary critic for the New York Tribune (1844-1846), and wrote Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845), a major feminist tract.