- Ken·e·saw Mountain [ken-uh-saw] /ˈkɛn əˌsɔ/, 1866–1944, U.S. jurist: first commissioner of baseball 1920–44.
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Landis is content to let Rainey be one, both, or neither, depending on the moment.The Thrilling, Traumatic Lives of Teens: The Fall’s Best YA Fiction
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Invited to be the guest of honor, Landis was then forced to come face to face with the people that he fooled.
Funded on Kickstarter, the filmmakers began the project after reading a riveting 2011 profile on Landis in The New York Times.
Instead, Landis hinted at his next project—returning lost or stolen works to their rightful owners.
Since then, the museum registrar has become borderline obsessive in devoting his time to stopping Landis.
Landis doesn't know a good cake from a Fiji missionary pudding.The Gentleman From Indiana
As she spoke, Landis leaned eagerly from the window to get a view of the campus.
“Landis and I are ready for it,” began 151 Min Kean placidly.
“Not until Monday,” replied Landis, who was rarely embarrassed.
Elizabeth learned that the larger was named Landis, and her companion “Min.”