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A few months later, Dobson endorsed their candidate for president, Howard Phillips.
He freely admitted to a Wall Street Journal reporter that the principal difference between him and Dobson is “a matter of tone.”
Immediately, Dobson faxed a five-page letter to Reed accusing him of unholy motives.
Dobson was finally ready to complete his 180-degree reversal.
When another moderate Republican, Senator Bob Dole, won the GOP nomination, Dobson objected.
Dobson has spoken to him, and said that dinner was ready, and he has not heard him.Juggernaut|George Cary Eggleston
She is so good and true that I believe she will forgive me and take me back if you will release her—you and Mrs. Dobson.
The "clouded cane" of Sir Plume was a large malacca artificially coloured (Dobson).The Tatler, Volume 3|Various
It seems so unnatural for even a strong-tempered man like Mr. Dobson to hate a poor little chap like you so much.The Outdoor Chums in the Forest|Quincy Allen
Very soon he might hear the sound of an engagement to the south, and the next thing would be Dobson and his crew in flight.Huntingtower|John Buchan