Evers


Evers

Evers [ev-erz] Examples noun

  1. (James) Charles,born 1922, U.S. civil-rights leader.
  2. his brotherMed·gar (Wiley) [med-ger] /ˈmɛd gər/, 1925–63, U.S. civil-rights leader.

Examples from the Web for evers Contemporary Examples of evers

  • Evers also founded Institute, an agency that represents photographers and artists.

    ‘The Queen of Versailles’: Lauren Greenfield’s New Documentary

    Lorenza Muñoz

    May 23, 2012

  • She and Evers have lived in their remodeled Venice house a few blocks from the beach since 1997.

    ‘The Queen of Versailles’: Lauren Greenfield’s New Documentary

    Lorenza Muñoz

    May 23, 2012

  • Historical Examples of evers

  • Was it her hand which slew the English leader, Evers, who perished on that field?

    True Stories of Girl Heroines

    Evelyn Everett-Green

  • Evers and Latoun both fell, and a thousand prisoners were made.

    The Rivers of Great Britain: Rivers of the East Coast

    Various

  • Surely, Evers, you are not thinking of that in earnest, are you?

    Harper’s New Monthly Magazine, Vol. III, No. XVII, October 1851

    Various

  • You always had the word ‘for ever’ on your tongue; but how long did your for evers last?

    Shelley and the Marriage Question

    John Todhunter

  • The hit scored Evers and Schulte and dissolved the game right there.

    Pitching in a Pinch

    Christy Mathewson

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