- Cornelius,1794–1877, U.S. financier.
- Harold Stir·ling [stur-ling] /ˈstɜr lɪŋ/, 1884–1970, U.S. business executive.
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Examples from the Web for vanderbilt
Michael A. Newton is a West Point graduate who serves as professor of the practice of law at Vanderbilt University Law School.Iraqi Insurgents Circulate the Lie That They Killed the Judge in Saddam’s Trial
June 28, 2014
“This Vanderbilt person is a perfect example,” Beyer says of the “PTSD” afflicting so many in the transgender community.
Ah, but the critics contend that Vanderbilt was not a suitable subject in the first place.
The $5 million property as described by the New York Times, has “rolling fields and a farmhouse once owned by a Vanderbilt.”Sean Eldridge, Husband of Facebook Mogul Chris Hughes, Running For Congress
September 23, 2013
A bill going through the Tennessee legislature would take away the right for Vanderbilt University police to make arrests.Tennessee Wants to Punish Vanderbilt for a Nondiscrimination Policy
March 6, 2013
Vanderbilt concludes to do anything it will certainly be done.'
People said, "Send your stuff by Vanderbilt and you can depend on its being in season."
Solomon would have to be a king, or a Vanderbilt to stand it.The Grocery Man And Peck's Bad Boy
George W. Peck
One of my recollections is seeing Captain Vanderbilt in command of a steamboat.As I Remember
In my judgment, your Mr. Vanderbilt knows what he is about.'The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
- Cornelius, known as Commodore Vanderbilt. 1794–1877, US steamship and railway magnate and philanthropist
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