Heard may refer to:
- Hearing (sense)
- Heard Island and McDonald Islands
- Heard County, Georgia, U.S.
Other articles related to "heard":
... Renowned French critic Bernard Gavoty, who heard Fumet play, later commented on the composer's work Do you know Dynam-Victor Fumet? He was an organist ... When I was young, I heard him once at the organ of the Sainte-Anne-de-la-Maison-Blanche church where he was the principal organist ... All those who heard Fumet felt impressions similar to mine ...
... Born on the South Side of Chicago, Heard grew up hearing jazz and Motown at home, and could play several instruments from a young age ... It) "Closer" "What About this Love" Much of Heard's music is released and re-released under different names, which include Fingers Inc ... Heard was also part of the duo known as the It, along with street poet Harry Dennis ...
... Alexander Heard (1917–2009), president of Vanderbilt University 1963-1982 Amber Heard, American actress Gar Heard, former professional basketball player and coach ... Gerald Heard, British writer and philosopher Floyd Heard, American track and field sprinter Beluga Heard, a character on Black Cat ...
... The song is heard in American Graffiti, and is used in the movies October Sky, L.A ... As of April 2007, the song can be heard in commercials for Dr Pepper ... It can be heard at the end of the Season Four finale of the television series The Shield ...
... Mammy Kate was a house slave who belonged to future Governor Stephen Heard (1740–1815) of Georgia ... a strong, a kindly, a never failing friend to Colonel Heard and his family." Of pure African descent, she claimed to be the daughter of a great king ... Heard suffered a great deal at the hands of the Tories ...
Famous quotes containing the word heard:
“Have you heard that it was good to gain the day?
I also say it is good to fall, battles are lost in the same spirit in which they are won.”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“And the sun and the stove and the mice and the gnawed paper
Made up the days and nights when I missed supper,
Paring my nails, looking over the farbelow street
Of tramways and bells. But one night I heard the feet.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“I hear ... foreigners, who would boycott an employer if he hired a colored workman, complain of wrong and oppression, of low wages and long hours, clamoring for eight-hour systems ... ah, come with me, I feel like saying, I can show you workingmens wrong and workingmens toil which, could it speak, would send up a wail that might be heard from the Potomac to the Rio Grande; and should it unite and act, would shake this country from Carolina to California.”
—Anna Julia Cooper (18591964)