Recent Examples of biographical from the Web
The Advocate Long used the laptop to search for the addresses, phone numbers, and biographical information of the two Baton Rouge police officers involved in the July 5 shooting of Alton Sterling.
Authorities says Long was looking for addresses, phone numbers and biographical information about the officers on the same day that a gunman attacked police officers in Dallas.
Members had been approached to back an Xscape biopic, and Burruss — inspired by New Edition’s recent biographical movie — began softening her stance.
Here's a look at the candidates who filed by Thursday's deadline, along with some biographical information.
According to biographical information, Burney lived for a while in Oregon and Alaska, before returning to his hometown Louisville in 1971.
The musical offers a partly biographical, partly fanciful scenario of Barrie overcoming a spell of writer’s block to craft a new play after meeting and befriending four young brothers in a London park.
Automated passport control expedites entry for international travelers by presubmitting answers to biographical questions.
Blanchard returns following the triumphant 2015 performances of his biographical opera Champion: An Opera in Jazz.
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First Known Use of biographical
BIOGRAPHICAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of biographical for English Language Learners
: relating to or telling the story of a real person's life
BIOGRAPHICAL Defined for Kids
Definition of biographical for Students
: of or relating to an account of a real person's life a biographical essay
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