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Balch

[bawlch] /bɔltʃ/
noun
1.
Emily Greene, 1867–1961, U.S. economist, sociologist, and author: Nobel Peace Prize 1946.
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  • It caught the fallen Balch full in the chest, piercing him through.

  • "Mr. Balch is helping me with the diagrams," explained Nancy.

    Tutors' Lane Wilmarth Lewis
  • Dr. Balch preached there on Thursday night and again on Sunday.

    A Portrait of Old George Town Grace Dunlop Ecker
  • "Not a word, my dear lady, not a word," said the pleased Balch.

    Rose Clark Fanny Fern
  • Mr. Balch has always been a very ready and popular speaker with the masses.

    Fifty Notable Years John G. Adams
  • That, if true, is a more interesting result that Mr. Balch realizes.

    Roman Britain in 1914 F. Haverfield
  • It caught the fallen Balch full on the chest, piercing him through.

    Brigands of the Moon Ray Cummings
  • And we added our adored Nurse Balch as a friend of the family forever.

    An American Idyll Cornelia Stratton Parker
  • Charity had a moment of anguish as Miss Balch appeared; but it did not last.

    Summer Edith Wharton
  • Seems if I could hear the wheel hummin' an' gramma Balch steppin' back an' forth as stiddy as a clock.

    Tiverton Tales Alice Brown

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