Shown is an American surname that reflects an Anglicization of the German surname Schaun. A common variant is Shawn. Examples:
- Elizabeth Shown Mills (born 1944), American genealogist
- Suzan Shown Harjo (born 1945), Native American activist
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Other articles related to "shown":
... Graboids are shown to be ravenous carnivores, always on the hunt for food ... Lacking eyes or a nose, they are shown to hunt by sensing seismic vibrations which are produced by sounds and movements (such as walking) ... are ambush predators, preferring to sneak up on their quarry, though they are shown to chase it down with great determination ...
... Elections are shown with a map depicting county-by-county information ... McConnell is shown in red and Democratic opponents shown in blue ...
... tends to be less aggressive than others, although he is seldom shown vanquished except by his own disappointments ... his brother, Fire Lord Ozai but they are never shown in contest, and Iroh himself once stated that it was possible that he could not defeat his brother in combat ... Iroh is the only character, besides the Avatar shown able to see spirits whilst in the physical world ...
... Despite this, she has been shown to deeply care for it ... Despite being generally shown as dimwitted and oblivious, when its headache gets bad enough, it has been shown to use phenomenally powerful Psychic-type moves which far exceed its perceived potential ... It is also shown to be unable to swim, despite being a Water-type Pokémon ...
... She has been shown to possess a number of tough, tomboyish character traits and interests she is skilled at karate and frequently enjoys practicing it with SpongeBob ... Sandy is normally portrayed as kind, helpful, and understanding, she has been shown to possess a vindictive side too ...
Famous quotes containing the word shown:
“There are no new truths, but only truths that have not been recognized by those who have perceived them without noticing. A truth is something that everybody can be shown to know and to have known, as people say, all along.”
—Mary McCarthy (19121989)
“Numerous studies have shown that those adults who feel the most frustrated by childrenand the least competent as parentsusually have one thing in common.... They dont know what behaviors are normal and appropriate for children at different stages of development. This leads them to misinterpret their childrens natural behaviors and to have inappropriate expectations, both for their children and themselves.”
—Lawrence Kutner (20th century)
“Therefore, I tell you, her sins, which were many, have been forgiven; hence she has shown great love.”
—Bible: New Testament, Luke 7:47.