But warren was actually working for consumers' interests rather than against them.
Not unless you consider, say, warren Buffett “partisan” or “ideological.”
Yesterday, warren Buffett reported that last year was Berkshire Hathaway's worst year on record.
Few journalists have been closer to and more supportive of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford than warren Smith.
“Albert is a national treasure,” says Charles Grodin, who plays warren Yeager in the film.
The squadron which was bringing him reinforcements was defeated and destroyed by Admiral warren.
Major warren sent a weekly report on the movement to the Warsaw Signal.
Hence Dr warren's being in the action where he fell dying gloriously.
The survivors of the warren were forward in the crew's quarters, and they were still dazed.
Billy had had just a fleeting idea of warren Gregory before that, but this particular term confirmed the suspicion suddenly.
late 14c., "piece of land enclosed for breeding beasts and fowls," from Anglo-French and Old North French warenne, Old French garenna "game park," possibly from Gaulish *varenna "enclosed area," related to *varros "post." Or the Old French forms may derive from the present participle of Old French warir "defend, keep," from the Germanic root *war- "to protect, guard" (source of Old English warian "take care;" see warrant (n.)). Later especially "piece of land for breeding of rabbits" (c.1400), which led to the transferred sense of "cluster of densely populated living spaces" (1640s).
Warren War·ren (wôr'ən), John Collins. 1778-1856.
American surgeon who gave the first public demonstration (1846) of the use of ether as an anesthetic for a surgical procedure.