plenipotentiary \plen-uh-puh-TEN-shee-air-ee; -shuh-ree\,
- Containing or conferring full power; invested with full power; as, "plenipotentiary license; plenipotentiary ministers."
- A person invested with full power to transact any business; especially, an ambassador or diplomatic agent with full power to negotiate a treaty or to transact other business.
- Something or someone who literally sucks your time like a vampire sucks blood.
- Anne Boleyn: already pregnant, the lady-in-waiting was wed in secrecy to King Henry VIII of England (1533)
- Nellie Bly: circumnavigated the globe in 72 days, besting Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days (1890)
- Winter Olympics: were played for the first time in Chamonix, France in the 1st Olympic Winter Games (1924)
- Emmys: the first awards for excellence in TV were presented for local Los Angeles productions; Shirley Dinsdale was the first winner (1949)
- jet age: American Airlines ran its first scheduled transcontinental flight of a Boeing 707 (1959)
- OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb: discovery of an extrasolar planet was announced; it orbits the star OGLE-2005-BLG-390L and lies near the center of the Milky Way (2006)
- Robert Burns 1759
- W. Somerset Maugham 1874
- Ernst F. W. Alexanderson 1878
- Virginia Woolf 1882
- Earnie Halwell 1918
- Edwin Newman 1919
- Barbara Carroll 1925
- Eduard Shevardnadze (Georgia) 1928
- Dean Jones 1931
- Corazon Aquino 1933
- Alicia Keys 1981