What is Luce?

  • (noun): United States playwright and public official (1902-1987).
    Synonyms: Clare Booth Luce
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Some articles on luce:

Leila Hadley - Biography - Death
... on Fishers Island, New York, where she is buried next to Henry Luce III at the Union Chapel ... Victoria California Van Duzer Barlow, stepson Henry Christopher Luce, stepdaughter Lila Luce, and seven grandchildren ...
Cyrus G. Luce - Life and Politics in Michigan
... Luce cleared the land for farming and in 1849 married Julia A ... In July, 1879, Luce was appointed State Oil Inspector by Governor Charles Croswell, and re-appointed by Gov ... His first wife Julia died in August 1882, and Luce married Mary Thompson of Bronson, Michigan in November 1883 ...
Stanford Luce - Biography
... Luce was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the son of Agnes Foote Luce and Stanford L ... Luce Sr ...
Luce, Forward, Hamilton & Scripps - Recognition and Rankings
... In 2011, 27 Luce Forward attorneys were listed in Best Lawyers in America ... In the 2008 edition of Chambers USA, Luce Forward received top honors for its Family Wealth and Exempt Organizations practice group ...
... Sainte-Luce may refer to the following places Sainte-Luce, Martinique, a commune in the Martinique department, overseas France Sainte-Luce, Isère, a commune in the Isère department ...

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Famous quotes containing the word luce:

    Lying increases the creative faculties, expands the ego, lessens the friction of social contacts.... It is only in lies, wholeheartedly and bravely told, that human nature attains through words and speech the forebearance, the nobility, the romance, the idealism, that—being what it is—it falls so short of in fact and in deed.
    —Clare Boothe Luce (1903–1987)

    Communism is the opiate of the intellectuals [with] no cure except as a guillotine might be called a cure for dandruff.
    —Clare Boothe Luce (1903–1987)

    Always remember, Peggy, it’s matrimonial suicide to be jealous when you have a really good reason.
    —Clare Boothe Luce (1903–1987)