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Babson

[bab-suh n] /ˈbæb sən/
noun
1.
Roger Ward, 1875–1967, U.S. statistician and businessman.
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  • "I wonder if there's any chance to get on here," went on Babson.

  • Joe and Babson stood looking in admiration at the swimming seal.

  • "You call her," suggested Babson, who had been watching the proceedings.

  • "Well, now I'm ready to go back with you, Babson," announced Joe.

  • "Yes, a motor-cycle is handy for getting anywhere in a hurry," said Babson.

  • Babson was less jocular with Una than with the bouncing girls who were natives of Harlem.

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  • Babson returned to the office, immaculate, a thin, fiery soul.

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  • There were the Babson girls just a few pews in front of Randy.

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  • Babson looked down at Mr. Tutt with a significant gleam in his eye.

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