hannibal hannibal  /ˈhæ nɪ bəl/


  1. (n) general who commanded the Carthaginian army in the second Punic War; crossed the Alps and defeated the Romans but was recalled to defend Carthage and was defeated (247-182 BC)
  2. (n) a town in northeast Missouri on the Mississippi River; boyhood home of Mark Twain


  1. Hugh Dancy Talks Hannibal Drama: 'Things Aren't Looking Great For Will!'

    NBC decided to give "Hannibal" a second season and series star Hugh Dancy said the cast and crew are, obviously, very pleased.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Access Hollywood via Yahoo! News

  2. Legion Post 37 falls to Hannibal - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sports

    HANNIBAL, Mo. — Errors cost Quincy American Legion Post 37 in an 11-4 loss to the Hannibal Legion on Tuesday.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Quincy Herald-Whig

  3. Downtown Hannibal Art Fair bringing artists from 8 states

    As Hannibal's community of full-time artists continues to grow, artists from across the country also are arriving for weekend art fairs, such as the second annual Downtown Hannibal Art Fair on Saturday and Sunday, June 15 and 16.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Hannibal Courier-Post

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  1. Oscars host Jon Stewart joked that Bardem's haircut in the film combined "Hannibal Lecter's murderousness with Dorothy Hamill's wedge-cut."
    on Jan 20, 2008 By: Jon Stewart Source: Ninemsn

  2. Sir Michael, who plays butler Alfred in the film, said: "He is so wonderful in it and he's such an integral part of it. I mean, he's the villain and he's one of the greatest villains you've ever seen. He's up there with Hannibal Lecter, literally."
    on Jul 15, 2008 By: Michael Caine Source: Scotsman

  3. "I'm developing a Jimmy Carter meets Hannibal Lecter project," Demme told a Toronto festival audience before "Man From Plains" screened. "After you finish watching this movie, you'll understand who's going to win."
    on Sep 10, 2007 By: Jonathan Demme Source: Washington Post

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