- Sidney,1887–1946, U.S. labor leader, born in Lithuania.
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Examples from the Web for hillman
Cosby decides to make a fictional black college—Hillman—central to the show.A Full-Length Bill Cosby Portrait: From Track Star to Ugly Sweaters
September 24, 2014
DiPrimo could have harassed Hillman, roughed him up, told him to quit loitering and move on.Officer’s Gift to ‘Homeless’ Man Triggers Controversy
December 7, 2012
The News described Hillman as a petty criminal with 11 arrests for non-violent crimes.NY Cop’s Act of Kindness Resonates With Thousands
December 1, 2012
Across from them an aged Hillman sat in a rough-hewed, high-backed chair.Terry
Charles Goff Thomson
The Hillman stroked his great beard and stood considering the question.
It was a song to warm the very cockles of a Hillman's heart.
Besides, this kind of hillman habitually fought his duels with rifles.The Voice of the Pack
Probably Johnny Linger, the express agent, hadn't talked to any hillman.Swamp Cat
James Arthur Kjelgaard