- Laura Z(a·met·kin) [zuh-met-kin] /zəˈmɛt kɪn/, 1900–86, U.S. novelist.
- Richmond Pear·son [peer-suh n] /ˈpɪər sən/, 1870–1937, U.S. naval officer and politician.
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Contemporary Examples of hobson
But beyond the day-to-day Hobson's choice, it is now clear that the surveillance state has extended beyond what anyone intended.Obama vs. Orwell—The Biggest Fight of His Second Term
December 22, 2013
“It might be time to stop calling us a preschool band,” Hobson noted.‘The Fresh Beat Band’: Nickelodeon’s Newest Preschool Sensation
February 24, 2012
The cause, speculates the enthusiastic Hobson, is a matter of the “begats.”Why Chicago Is Now America's Hottest City
February 28, 2011
Historical Examples of hobson
Admiral Hobson, who broke the boom at Vigo in 1702, belonged to the same calling.Self-Help
"It'll be all as one, but I'll go if you like," said Hobson.The Woman Thou Gavest Me
Hobson & Walkers Brick Yard, employment of negro labor, 109.Negro Migration during the War
Emmett J. Scott
Hobson, on the returns, has much the best of it in general excellence.
General Hobson lifted his hat and mopped his forehead indignantly.Marriage la mode
Mrs. Humphry Ward