Main Entry: 2stereotype Function: noun Etymology: French stéréotype, from stéré- stere- + type Date: 1817 1: a plate cast from a printing surface 2: something conforming to a fixed or general pattern; especially : a standardized mental picture that is held in common by members of a group and that represents an oversimplified opinion, prejudiced attitude, or uncritical judgment ========= generalization Main Entry: gen·er·al·i·za·tion Pronunciation: \ˌjen-rə-lə-ˈzā-shən, ˌje-nə-\ Function: noun Date: 1761 1 : the act or process of generalizing 2 : a general statement, law, principle, or proposition 3 : the act or process whereby a learned response is made to a stimulus similar to but not identical with the conditioned stimulus
Tanqueray -- One of the biggest brands, and one with a secret recipe. Although they do reveal that the main botanicals used are juniper, angelica, and coriander, which gives Tanq (as it's sometimes called) a classic gin flavor profile with a fairly pronounced juniper core.Tanqueray No. 10 is an attempt at a more complex and intense gin that relies less on juniper and more on other notes. It's a richer gin as well, with a fairly dense, creamy texture.Tanqueray Rangpur Gin is a unique gin, strongly flavored with the intense flavor of rangpur limes accented with ginger and bay leaves, which produces a brisk, refreshing gin.Bombay Original London Dry Gin -- Blended with eight botanicals using a recipe that dates back to 1761. The flavor profile is firm and strong with distinct notes of coriander, citrus, and juniper.Bombay Sapphire -- A premium gin that uses 10 botanicals (almonds, grains of paradise, cubeb berries, licorice, lemon peel, juniper berries, orris root, angelica root, coriander, and cassia bark) to produce an elegant gin with layered, subtle flavors and aromas.Gordon's Gin -- The recipe for Gordon's gin contains juniper berries, coriander seeds, angelica root, and one other botanical. The blend is a proprietary secret known only to 11 people and has been secret and unchanged for more than 250 years. The profile of Gordon's is rather spicy, with minty undertones to the licorice and juniper flavors.Plymouth -- With 7 botanicals and a touch of sugar, Plymouth is a distinctly different gin. The reliance on root botanicals here gives this Gin a mellow, earthy undertone that highlights the bright juniper and spice tones.Boodles British Gin -- A classic old-school gin that comes bottled at a higher-than-average 90 proof. The flavors and aromas are purely gin, juniper and coriander ruling the roost with a soft citrus background tone.Hendrick's Gin -- One of the new breed of gins that is going after a balanced, elegant style. The process of basket infusion allows Hendrick's to include such gentle elements as cucumber and rose petal to play a prominent role in the aromatic profile. Subtle, smooth and complex pretty much captures the spirit of Hendrick's.Booth's Gin -- Another 90 proof gin with a secret recipe. In fact, Booth's still uses the same recipe that was invented by Felix Booth. This is a higher end gin known for its purity of flavor.Beefeater Gin -- Beefeater has a distinct orange flavor that complements the prominent juniper tones and sets this gin apart. Additions of angelica seed and lemon peel add an underlying freshness to the flavor.Bluecoat American Dry Gin -- A new brand of American gin that is bucking the trends and opting for a really intense flavor profile. It's very intense and complex, with a strong orange peel element and really spicy undertones.Martin Miller's Gin -- A super premium made in England and then blended in Iceland! The purity of the Icelandic water is supposedly behind the gentle, almost sweet, character of this well-balanced gin that offers a classic array of botanicals supporting the core flavor of juniper.CapRock Organic Gin -- A whole new breed of gin, distilled in a base spirit made with organic Jonathan and Braeburn apples. 12 different botanicals are used in the distillation process, the most of any gin on the market. While I have yet to try CapRock, it sure sounds interesting and what I have heard has only made me more determined to track down a bottle!Junípero -- Produced by Anchor Distilling Company, Junípero is a small-batch gin made with a copper pot still. As the name implies this is a juniper lover's Gin, with bracing notes of juniper as well as clear supporting roles played by citrus and spice (though the recipe remains a secret).Genevieve -- Also produced by the Anchor Distilling Company, Genevieve is a small-batch gin made using a copper pot still, but in this case recreating the classic Genever-style flavor profile. This is an intense product that combines the flavors of botanicals and juniper with the rawness of pot-distilled spirits. Not for beginners, shall we say, and certainly not for a martini. Don't take my word for that -- Anchor says so!
1261 - Walter de Stapledon, English bishop (d. 1326)1459 - Conrad Celtes, German scholar (d. 1508)1462 - Johannes Trithemius, German cryptographer (d. 1516)1552 - Edward Coke, English colonial entrepreneur (d. 1634)1635 - Marquard Gude, German archaeologist (d. 1689)1663 - Mother Ignacia del Espiritu Santo, Filipino foundress of the Religious of the Virgin Mary (d. 1748)1690 - Francesco Maria Veracini, Italian composer (d. 1768)1761 - Christian Hendrik Persoon, South African mycologist (d. 1836)1763 - Thomas Campbell, Irish theologian (d. 1854)1796 - Abraham Emanuel Fröhlich, Swiss poet (d. 1865)1801 - Émile Littré, French lexicographer (d. 1881)1820 - George Hendric Houghton, American Protestant Episcopal clergyman (d. 1897)1844 - G. Stanley Hall, American psychologist (d. 1924)1851 - Durham Stevens, American diplomat (d. 1908)1859 - Victor Herbert, Irish composer (d. 1924)1872 - Jerome F. Donovan, American politician (d. 1949)1872 - Andrew Kehoe, American mass murderer (d. 1927)1873 - Joseph Allard, Canadian fiddler (d. 1947)1873 - John Barry, Irish recipient of the Victoria Cross (d. 1901)1874 - Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Austrian writer (d. 1929)1878 - Milan Hodža, Slovak politician (d. 1944)1882 - Louis Stephen St. Laurent, 12th Prime Minister of Canada (d. 1973)1884 - Bradbury Robinson, who threw the first forward pass in American football history in 1906 (d. 1949)1884 - Yevgeny Zamyatin, Russian writer (d. 1937)1887 - Charles Nordhoff, English-born author (d. 1947)1894 - John Ford, American director and producer (d. 1973)1894 - James P. Johnson, American composer (d. 1955)1895 - Conn Smythe, Canadian builder of the National Hockey League (d. 1980)1901 - Clark Gable, American actor (d. 1960)1901 - Frank Buckles, last surviving American veteran of World War I1902 - Langston Hughes American writer (d. 1967)1902 - Therese Brandl, Nazi concentration camp guard (d. 1947)1904 - S. J. Perelman, American humorist (d. 1979)1905 - Emilio G. Segrè, Nobel Prize Laureate (d. 1989)1906 - Hildegarde, American actress and singer (d. 2005)1907 - Günter Eich, German lyricist (d. 1972)1907 - Camargo Guarnieri, Brazilian composer (d. 1993)1908 - George Pál, Hungarian-born director and producer (d. 1980)1909 - George Beverly Shea, Canadian singer1915 - Stanley Matthews, English football player (d. 2000)1918 - Muriel Spark, Scottish author (d. 2006)1922 - Renata Tebaldi, Italian soprano (d. 2004)1924 - H. Richard Hornberger, American writer (d. 1997)1924 - Ben Weider, Quebec businessman and author1926 - Stuart Whitman, American actor1930 - Shahabuddin Ahmed, President of Bangladesh1930 - Mario Beaulieu, Quebec politician (d. 1998)1930 - Hossain Mohammad Ershad, Bangladeshi politician1931 - Boris Yeltsin, 1st President of the Russian Federation (d. 2007)1931 - Iajuddin Ahmed, President of Bangladesh1934 - Bob Shane, American folk singer (The Kingston Trio)1936 - Azie Taylor Morton, 35th Treasurer of the United States (d. 2003)1937 - Don Everly, American musician (Everly Brothers)1937 - Garrett Morris, American comedian1937 - Ray Sawyer, American singer (Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show)1938 - Sherman Hemsley, American comedian and actor1939 - Fritjof Capra, Austrian physicist1939 - Claude François, French singer (d. 1978)1939 - Paul Gillmor, American politician (d. 2007)1939 - Joe Sample, American jazz pianist1940 - Bibi Besch, Austrian-American actress (d. 1996)1940 - Hervé Filion, Quebec harness racer1941 - Karl Dall, German television host1941 - Jerry Spinelli, children's author1942 - Terry Jones, Welsh actor and writer1942 - Muna Wassef, Syrian/Arab actress and United Nations Goodwill ambassador.1944 - Mike Enzi, American politician, senior senator of Wyoming1944 - Burkhard Ziese, German football manager1945 - Serge Joyal, French Canadian politician1946 - Chris Clark, Motown Soul singer1947 - Mike Brant, Israeli pop singer (d. 1975)1947 - Normie Rowe, Australian singer1947 - Jessica Savitch, American journalist (d. 1983)1948 - Rick James, American musician and composer (d. 2004)1948 - Elisabeth Sladen, British actress1950 - Mike Campbell, American guitarist and producer1951 - Sonny Landreth, American guitarist and songwriter1952 - Jenő Jandó, Hungarian pianist1953 - Brendan Batson, English former footballer1954 - Chuck Dukowski, American musician (Black Flag)1954 - Bill Mumy, American actor and musician1955 - Ernie Camacho, baseball player1956 - Brahmanandam, Indian film actor1956 - Exene Cervenka, American musician1956 - Mike Kitchen, Canadian ice hockey player and coach1958 - Jackie Shroff, Indian actor1958 - Luther Blissett, English footballer1961 - Volker Fried, German field hockey player1961 - Daniel Tani, NASA astronaut1962 - José Luis Cuciuffo, Argentinian footballer (d. 2004)1962 - Tomoyasu Hotei, Japanese guitarist1963 - Takashi Murakami, Japanese artist1964 - Mario Pelchat, Quebec singer1964 - Linus Roache, English actor1965 - Sherilyn Fenn, American actress1965 - Brandon Lee, American actor (d. 1993)1965 - Princess Stéphanie of Monaco1966 - Michelle Akers, American soccer player1966 - Rob Lee, English footballer1967 - Meg Cabot, American author1967 - Patle Shishupal Natthu, Indian politician1968 - Lisa Marie Presley, American singer and actress1968 - Pauly Shore, American comedian1968 - Mark Recchi, Canadian ice hockey player1968 - Kent Mercker, American baseball player1969 - Gabriel Batistuta, Argentine footballer1969 - Joshua Redman, American musician1969 - Brian Krause, American actor1969 - Patrick Wilson, American musician (Weezer)1970 - Malik Sealy, American basketball player (d. 2000)1970 - Yasuyuki Kazama, Japanese racing driver1971 - Michael C. Hall, American actor1971 - Jill Kelly, American porn actress1971 - Ron Welty, American musician1971 - Zlatko Zahovič, Slovenian footballer1971 - Ajay Jadeja, Former Indian cricketer1972 - Yoshi DeHerrera, American TV personality1972 - Kami (musician), drummer of Japanese visual kei band Malice Mizer (d. 1999)1973 - Yuri Landman, Experimental musical instrument builder, musician and comic book artist1973 - Makiko Ohmoto, Japanese voice actress1974 - Roberto Heras, Spanish cyclist1974 - David Meca, Spanish long distance swimmer1975 - Big Boi, American musician (Outkast)1975 - Katerina Thanou, Greek sprinter1976 - Phil Ivey, American poker player1977 - Kevin Kilbane, Irish footballer1979 - Julie Augustyniak, American soccer player1979 - Juan Silveira dos Santos, Brazilian footballer1979 - Valentin Elizalde, Mexican Singer (d. 2006)1979 - Rachelle LeFevre, Canadian actress1980 - Héctor Luna, Dominican Republic baseball player1980 - Moisés Muñoz, Mexican footballer1980 - Otilino Tenorio, Ecuadorian footballer (d. 2005)1981 - Luis Lamá, Angolan footballer1981 - Graeme Smith, South African cricketer1981 - Rob Austin, British racing driver1982 - Shoaib Malik, Pakistani cricketer1983 - Kevin Martin, American basketball player1983 - Jurgen Van Den Broeck, Belgian cyclist1984 - Darren Fletcher, Scottish footballer1984 - Lee Thompson Young, American actor1985 - Dean Shiels, Northern Irish footballer1985 - Rachael Scdoris, American dog musher1985 - Jodi Gordon, Australian actress and model1986 - Lauren Conrad, American TV star1987 - Giuseppe Rossi, Italian footballer1989 - Hurricane Chris, American rapper1990 - Murtaza Balsara1990 -laura Marling, British singer-songwriter
The address of the Historic Natchez Foundation is: Po Box 1761, Natchez, MS 39121-1761
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The phone number of the Reed Free Library is: 603-352-1761.
The phone number of the Hyde Collection is: 518-792-1761.
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April 8, 1761 was a Wednesday.
The phone number of the Jodie Wilson Branch Library is: 662-453-1761.
In 1761, Ben Franklin invented a glass armonica.
The phone number of the Erwin H Weder Museum is: 618-654-1761.