- Sir (Harold) Malcolm (Watts),1895–1967, English conductor.
- John Singer,1856–1925, U.S. painter.
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Sargent said they went skiing in Vail and fishing in Cabo but also talked business.
Williams sold hardware manufactured by a legitimate company, said Sargent, who took a 25 to 30 percent commission.
Thousands attended the funeral of Sargent Mostafa Mohammad-Nezhad in Urmia on October 3.Iran Says It’s Under Attack by ISIS
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As Sargent points out, that would require cuts totaling one sixth to one third of government.Sequestration: What Would Romney Do?
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Mrs. Goodrich and Mrs. Sargent were made honorary presidents.
They were now in Sargent's, seated about their favorite table.Marjorie Dean
"You'll pay for this," shouted Alspaugh, striding off after the Sargent of the Guard.The Red Acorn
His portrait, in the lobby of the Engineering Society, is by Sargent.Old Valentines
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A brigade was given also to Colonel Sargent, of Massachusetts.The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn
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- Sir (Harold) Malcolm (Watts). 1895–1967, English conductor
- John Singer. 1856–1925, US painter, esp of society portraits; in London from 1885