- Elbert Green,1856–1915, U.S. author, editor, and printer.
- L(afayette) Ron(ald),1911–86, U.S. science-fiction writer and religious leader.
- Mount, a mountain on the Alaska–Yukon Territory border, in the Saint Elias Mountains. 14,950 feet (4557 meters).
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Contemporary Examples of hubbard
Forensic tests showed the birds died after becoming coated in sludge, Hubbard said.Two Texas Regulators Tried to Enforce the Rules. They Were Fired.
David Hasemyer, InsideClimate News
December 9, 2014
A major part of class time was spent memorizing quotes by Hubbard.10 Juiciest Bits From Ex-Scientologist’s Tell-All ‘Beyond Belief’
February 9, 2013
It is one reason that Hubbard identified with the creative community and many of them with him.
Hubbard took the baby to Cuba and kept her in a crib with wire over the top of it.
Miscavige ordered that $1 million be transferred to Hubbard ever week.
Historical Examples of hubbard
"It would be great to be home by Christmas, sir," put in Hubbard.Pushed and the Return Push
George Herbert Fosdike Nichols, (AKA Quex)
After him Hubbard, of Alabama, "began grunting against the tariff."John Quincy Adams
John. T. Morse
Hubbard intimates as much in what he says about Captain John Underhill.The Land We Live In
Hubbard depended on it when he wrote his "History of New England."Bradford's History of 'Plimoth Plantation'
"It would not interest you, Mr. Hubbard," he said, keeping his eye on the man.The Picture of Dorian Gray