Definition of Goodall
1. Noun. English zoologist noted for her studies of chimpanzees in the wild (born in 1934).
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Literary usage of Goodall
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1. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN, Sidney Lee (1890)
"goodall his portrait to the College of Physicians in 1713. His combat as Stentor, champion of the College of Physicians, with a champion of the Apothecaries ..."
2. A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ...by Thomas Bayly Howell, William Cobbett by Thomas Bayly Howell, William Cobbett (1816)
"goodall. All that I can say is, that I did see my lord of Warwick's sword bloody, ... goodall. Indeed I cannot give an account •what sort of sword it was, ..."
3. The History of Sanford, Maine, 1661-1900 by Edwin Emery, William Morrell Emery (1901)
"THE goodall ENTERPRISES. Thomas goodall Comes to Sanford, 1867 —Starts the Manufacture of Carriage Robes and Kersey Blankets — The Sanford Mills — Mousam ..."
4. A History of Eton College by Lionel Cust (1899)
"At the close of his long career as Provost, Dr. goodall could therefore point with satisfaction to the distinguished Etonians whose paths he had first ..."
5. Catalogue by British Art The London National Gallery, John D. Barrow Art Gallery, Skaneateles Library Association (1908)
"In 1853, goodall was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy, ... In 1857, goodall visited Venice and Chioggia making studies for his picture " Felice ..."
6. Men of the Time: Biographical Sketches of Eminent Living Characters ... Also by Alaric Alexander Watts (1856)
"Mr. goodall has also executed two superb larg engravings from Turner's " Cologne " and ... goodall from Turner, " Caligula's Bridge," which the ei himself ..."