Aimwell

Aimwell

pretends to be titled to wed into wealth. [Br. Lit.: The Beaux’ Stratagem]
See: Deceit
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The study was supported by a grant from the Joint Research Fund of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Hadassah Medical Center (OB) and in part from the Israeli Science Foundation (ISF) Grant 472/15 (FLS), the Aimwell Charitable Trust (FLS), and the Emalie Gutterman Memorial Endowment Fund for COPD Related Research (FLS).
Archer, an impoverished rake, announces, "I'm grown strange airy upon this matter" when Sir Charles announces that his friend Aimwell has inherited a fortune and his father's estate (1988, 2:5.4.116-17).
Their decision was made after a company controlled by them agreed to buy for a nominal value a 5% interest and corresponding carry interest in three offshore licences from Aimwell Energy Limited, Lochard said.
In The Beaux' Stratagem (a play referenced by Kate in act 3 as she plans her barmaid disguise), George Farquhar differentiates Archer from Aimwell as types of the macaroni's antecedent, just as Goldsmith contrasts Marlow and Hastings soon after their arrival.
Aimwell, for instructional material, and for several months his column transcribes the pedagogical letters Margaretta's mother writes her daughter.
(102) Absolom Aimwell, A Pinkster Ode for the Year 1803 (Albany, N.
Boniface Drew Eshelman Cherry Colleen Delaney Daniel Matthew Stucky Jack Archer Christopher Innvar Tom Aimwell Christian Conn Gloss Rick Foucheux Mrs.
Derby winner Aimwell), Muslin (1769 f by Ancaster Arabian; unraced), Dunny (1771 c by Brilliant; winner), Antonia (1773 f by Bellario; unraced), Highflyer (1774 c by Herod; unbeaten champion, 13 times champion sire), unnamed (1776 c by Gimcrack; unraced), Dorilas (1778 c by Florizel; winner), unnamed (1780 f by Herod; died following racing accident in only start at 3 years).
The story concerns Archer and Aimwell, two penniless antic rakes from London who decide that one of them must wed a wealthy lady.