Definition of Halevy
1. Noun. French operatic composer (1799-1862).
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Literary usage of Halevy
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1. The Men of the Time, Or, Sketches of Living Notables by J C Garlington (1852)
"In 1832, Herold having suddenly died in all the flush of his triumphs, leaving his score of "Ludovic" imperfect, halevy undertook the duty of finishing and ..."
2. A History of Babylonia and Assyria by Robert William Rogers (1900)
"halevy was not known as an Assyriologist at all ... In these halevy discussed three questions:' 1. Granting its existence, does the Accadian language belong ..."
3. French Dramatists of the 19th Century by Brander Matthews (1881)
"HENRI MEILHAC AND LUDOVIC halevy. No doubt it may surprise some theatre-goers who are not special students of the stage to be told that the authors of ..."
4. The Standard Book of Jewish Verse by Joseph Friedlander, George Alexander Kohut (1917)
"Jehuda Ben halevy (Fragment) I "IF, Jerusalem, I ever *• Should forget thee, to the roof Of my mouth then cleave my tongue, May my right hand lose its ..."
5. Eminent Israelites of the Nineteenth Century: A Series of Biographical Sketches by Henry Samuel Morais (1879)
"Jacques Francois Fromental Elie halevy was born at Paris, France, on the 2/th of May, 1799. ... halevy, when only twenty, obtained the first prize ..."
6. Short-story Masterpieces: French edited by Joseph Berg Esenwein (1912)
"... LUDOVIC halevy, PARISIAN THAT there is a real distinction between a short-story in French and a French short- story, Ludovic halevy's fictional work ..."
7. The Life of Charles Dickens by John Forster (1874)
"They were again at a dinner got up in the following year for Scribe and the composer halevy, who had come over to bring out the Tempest at Her ..."