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Bülow

[by-loh] /ˈbü loʊ/
noun
1.
Prince Bernhard von
[bern-hahrt fuh n] /ˈbɛrn hɑrt fən/ (Show IPA),
1849–1929, chancellor of Germany 1900–09.
2.
Hans (Guido Freiherr) von
[hahns goo-ee-doh,, frahy-her fuh n] /hɑns guˈi doʊ,, ˈfraɪˌhɛr fən/ (Show IPA),
1830–94, German pianist and conductor.
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  • bulow shrugged her shoulders, answering, 'I don't know at all!'

  • Has any of bulow's ships, tugs or barges handled anything like that?

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  • I wondered if it was truly a big bank, and why it should hold an interest in bulow and Company.

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  • The fact that bulow and Company wanted to destroy him flashed through my mind.

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  • The thin man proved to be the manager of all the bulow interests in that section.

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  • bulow and Company picked up the stuff from all the Gulf ports.

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  • "Been selling the bulow people for twenty-five years," he informed me.

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  • I don't like the way things are going with bulow and Company.

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  • I finally asked, thinking of the possibilities in bulow and Company's movements.

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British Dictionary definitions for bulow

Bülow

/German ˈbylo/
noun
1.
Prince Bernhard von (ˈbɛrnhart fɔn). 1849–1929, chancellor of Germany (1900–09)
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