[bawm, bahm for 1; boum for 2]
- L(y·man) Frank [lahy-muh n] /ˈlaɪ mən/, 1856–1919, U.S. journalist, playwright, and author of children's books.
- Vicki,1888–1960, U.S. novelist, born in Austria.
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Examples from the Web for baum
A few years later, Baum posited that the math behind tumor growth looked more like chaos theory than anything else.
“It is so expensive it makes me weep,” says Baum, the British oncologist.
Baum's review was awesome: This is a disgraceful book, both in what O'Connor has to say and how she has chosen to say it.Now She Tells Us
April 29, 2013
Baum inquired about whether Valle had ever actually met or even spoken on the phone with any of those he chatted with online.
Baum continued on to a fantasy chat in which Valle had spoken of selling actual women for particular prices.
While preparing these books Mr. Baum lived with his characters.A Woman for Mayor
Helen M. Winslow
On the day he received the money for it he had brought her home a fur set of baum marten.Gigolo
And if Bloomfield doesn't have him, then he's on the other side of Baum Boulevard.The Circuit Riders
R. C. FitzPatrick
I shall send for Dr. Baum, for I'm convinced that you are going to be ill.Moods
Louisa May Alcott
We entered and the man asked the bookkeeper if a Mr. Baum was not working there.Crimes of Charity
- L (yman) Frank 1856–1919, US novelist, author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) and its sequels
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