- J (ames) G (raham). 1930–2009, British novelist, born in China; his books include Crash (1973), The Unlimited Dream Company (1979), Empire of the Sun (1984), Cocaine Nights (1996), and Super-Cannes (2000)
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Contemporary Examples of ballard
The members from these locations have been urged to go to the location in Ballard, WA.Another Mega Church Implodes
September 14, 2014
Ballard was a prophet who had an incredible ability to predict how culture developed with technology.Joseph O'Neill's 'The Dog' Has a Dystopian Dubai as Modernity's Stand-In
September 8, 2014
Not according to Haze, who is decidedly Zen about his Method approach to Ballard.Scott Haze on Playing a Necrophiliac in ‘Child of God’ and Naked Paintballing with James Franco
August 3, 2014
Ballard had Lottie Jackson and the ambulance crew “on standby,” in case the jury wanted them.
Sowell told Mr. and Mrs. Kleinhans to direct all inquiries to Ballard.
Historical Examples of ballard
Can't you imagine what Jen' Ballard will say when she learns the truth?
Mrs. Ballard, allow me to make you acquainted with my friend Colonel Ruggles!
The same applied to Ballard, who also had been given a Brigade—the 7th.The Doings of the Fifteenth Infantry Brigade
Edward Lord Gleichen
The head and front of it all,” said he; “a renegade priest, Ballard by name.Sir Ludar
Talbot Baines Reed
"Then you're one of the men I've been looking for a good many years," says Ballard.Torchy, Private Sec.
Word Origin and History for ballard
surname, attested from late 12c., probably meaning "bald head;" cf. Wyclif "Stye up, ballard," where Coverdale translates "Come vp here thou balde heade" [2 Kg.2:23-24, where God kills 42 children for making fun of Elijah's lack of hair.]