Biddle

[bid-l]
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noun
  1. Francis,1886–1968, U.S. attorney general 1941–45.
  2. John,1615–62, English theologian: founder of English Unitarianism.
  3. Nicholas,1786–1844, U.S. financier.
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Contemporary Examples of biddle

  • Daniel S. Hamermesh and Biddle, Jeff E. (1994): Beauty and the Labor Market.

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    15 Signs You'll Be Rich

    Anneli Rufus

    October 21, 2010

  • When push comes to shove,” notes Biddle, the Obama administration will “vote for not losing a war.

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    What Iraq Costs Us

    Peter Beinart

    March 8, 2010

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British Dictionary definitions for biddle

Biddle

noun
  1. John . 1615–62, English theologian; founder of Unitarianism in England
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