Lé·on [lee-on; French ley-awn], /ˈli ɒn; French leɪˈɔ̃/, 1872–1950, French statesman, journalist, and Socialist Party leader: premier of France 1936–37, 1938, 1946–47.
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In fact, the kind of power Straw posted through his first three major league seasons makes Blum and his 99 home runs over 14 seasons look positively Ruthian.The Astros Could Turn Back The Clock With A New Leadoff Hitter | Howard Megdal | March 22, 2021 | FiveThirtyEight
Soon after he was cast in the critically beloved ABC sitcom Happy Endings, on which he played Max Blum.How 'The Mindy Project' Star Adam Pally Became Hollywood's Go-To 'Bro' | Kevin Fallon | August 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Truth is stranger than fiction, however, and no one knows that more than Blum.
Jamie Reno discusses race and the Mormon religion with author Edward Blum.
“It has simply been overlooked just how ‘white’ the Mormon Jesus really is,” Blum says.
Those hostilities still linger among many white conservative Christians, says Blum.
Blum was considered one of the most eloquent men of the Frankfort Assembly; he certainly was the most popular.Revolution and Counter-Revolution | Karl Marx
Robert Blum assumed the leadership of the Saxon democracy in 1848.Memoirs of the Duchesse De Dino | Duchesse De Dino
He had regarded Blum as his creature, and his resentment at what he considered his partner's treachery was deep.War-time Silhouettes | Stephen Hudson
Obviously, therefore, Mr. Maurice Blum was not a person with whom Bale could afford to quarrel.War-time Silhouettes | Stephen Hudson
He took down the names of the men in the barges, and Peter's name was given as it appeared on the ship's roll—Anton Blum.Greenmantle | John Buchan
British Dictionary definitions for Blum
Léon (leɔ̃). 1872–1950, French socialist statesman; premier of France (1936–37; 1938; 1946–47)
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