Still, ballard does not want to give the impression that he is obsessed with the Titanic, or even that it is his favorite find.
ballard had long been fascinated by Titanic, and always dreamed of finding it.
ballard had the cornerstone of his case: a precise and non-violent cause of death.
Sowell told Mr. and Mrs. Kleinhans to direct all inquiries to ballard.
The sheriff told ballard, the county attorney, that he wanted a legal paper authorizing an autopsy.
The whole had been arranged under the superintendence of ballard, the architect of the Halles Centrales.
Dr. ballard had gone, and his hostesses were awaiting the summons to dinner.
Even Mis' Judge ballard fell for it, though hers was made of severe black with a long coat.
Then we will go driving and see that charming spot Dr. ballard told us about.
The other five lots were claimed under ballard and John Waugh.
surname, attested from late 12c., probably meaning "bald head;" cf. Wyclif "Stye up, ballard," where Coverdale translates "Come vp here thou balde heade" [2 Kg.2:23-24, where God kills 42 children for making fun of Elijah's lack of hair.]