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Sanborn

[ san-bawrn, -bern ]

noun

  1. a male given name.


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“With more streaming services also comes more creators and the opportunity for brands to work and create content that can help them accomplish their business goals is more prevalent and vital than ever,” Sanborn added.

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That is Barbara Elias-Sanborn, the NSA official who edited the documents.

Mr. Jonathan Edwards Sanborn hurried forward in frightened dismay.

Yes, the most likely man in the world to be met under just such circumstances was old Jabez Sanborn.

Senator Sanborn: In discussing a bill like this, section by section, it strikes me that we are going to reach practical results.

Chairman Mercer: It was meant to be broad enough, Mr. Sanborn, to raise that question.

Mr. Sanborn: That is what I understand this section, as now worded, would embrace.

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