[ban-krawft, -kroft, bang-]
- George,1800–91, U.S. historian and statesman.
- Hubert Howe,1832–1918, U.S. publisher and historian.
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Examples from the Web for bancroft
Bancroft thought that the action would make Pumbaa more “human and relatable.”‘The Lion King’ Turns 20: Every Crazy, Weird Fact About the Disney Classic
June 24, 2014
Lepore was awarded a Bancroft Prize for her book The Name of War and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for New York Burning.The National Book Awards Longlist for Nonfiction
September 18, 2013
After a long campaign exploiting divisions in the Bancroft family.How Divorce Could Complicate Rupert Murdoch’s Business Empire
June 14, 2013
It was just such a situation that led to the Bancroft family selling Dow Jones to Rupert Murdoch.Trying Times at The New York Times
Alex S. Jones
October 1, 2012
He moved to Bancroft PLLC, a more ideological, small firm founded by Viet D. Dinh—another Bush administration lawyer.Paul Clement Argues Both Sides of the Federalism Debate
April 26, 2012
Mr. Bancroft, the historian, delivered the Inaugural Address.Cleveland Past and Present
He asked if we intended remaining at Bancroft's indefinitely.
During the drive to Bancroft's she dozed on Hephzy's shoulder.
Bancroft's Hotel also began to seem less strange and more homelike.
I wish it were possible for me to describe in detail our first days at Bancroft's.