- GloriaGloria Josephine May Swenson, 1899–1983, U.S. film actress.
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Examples from the Web for swanson
“Cleaning technicians do not earn what I would consider to be a great deal of overtime pay,” Swanson said.The Administration's Thin Complaints About the Sequester
March 6, 2013
That distinction has been recently reaffirmed in Morgan v. Swanson.See You at the Pole: Church Youth Gatherings Raise Legal Questions
January 26, 2012
Lypsinka—like those gals Garbo and Swanson—would love to have her first name-over-the-title talkie.My Black Swan Star Turn
February 19, 2011
When one of them, Kristen (Swanson), a naïve academic, attends her first college party, a frat boy sexually assaults her.10 Steamiest Lesbian Sex Scenes
December 1, 2010
Swanson is a bit less defensive and perhaps slightly more honest when queried.Reality TV Invades Campus
August 17, 2010
Captain Hollinger reached across the table, and gripped Swanson's hand.
"Yes, sir," replied Swanson humbly, his eyes gleaming oddly.
Swanson and the old rheumatic seaman Borden stood before him.
I'd better come with you, while you send someone after Mr. Swanson.
Well, I've noticed that they obey Swanson a heap quicker than they do Peters.