Origin of dobson
An Americanism dating back to 1880–85; by shortening
- (Henry) Austin,1840–1921, English poet, biographer, and essayist.
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Examples from the Web for dobson
A few months later, Dobson endorsed their candidate for president, Howard Phillips.18 Outrageous Conservative Quotes
September 10, 2009
He freely admitted to a Wall Street Journal reporter that the principal difference between him and Dobson is “a matter of tone.”Rick Warren's Double Life
November 14, 2008
While USAID turned into a slush fund for Dobson, Powell remained the good soldier, loyal to White House orders.
Immediately, Dobson faxed a five-page letter to Reed accusing him of unholy motives.
Dobson was finally ready to complete his 180-degree reversal.
So I go to see Dobson and find that he has just got the news that his son is dead.
Dobson is very gravely in error in telling you anything at all about it.
Diggle, Dobson, Mabel—they were all so cruel and rude to him.
Effie would apply to young Dobson, and failing him, to old Dobson.
“A pleasant voyage to you, Captain Dobson,” said the lieutenant.The Heir of Kilfinnan