- Sir Julius,1835–99, New Zealand statesman, born in England: prime minister 1873–75, 1876.
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Examples from the Web for vogel
Big Money is a good guide to the players and places in all this, but ultimately Vogel left me hungry.
Vogel spins a story of a political culture becoming slowly unbound by previous constraints like party loyalty or seniority.
The most interesting thing to me about Vogel's piece is a name that's not in there: Mark Penn.
First, while Vogel is very good, I take the packaging here with many grains of salt.
At this point, Vogel figures Marvel needs lots of capital “to finance new projects and cover the downtime in between.”Spidey's Billionaire
August 31, 2009
On Crupp's left was Vogel, the millionaire of the railroads.
Without waiting to hear the answer he walked after Crupp and Vogel.
Meade, Crupp, and Vogel were already seated at the corner table.
Vogel took one, but as if by way of courtesy only, for he indicated no desire to light it.
By that the others knew Ike Webb was thinking of what Vogel had told him.The Escape of Mr. Trimm
Irvin S. Cobb
- Sir Julius. 1835–99, New Zealand statesman; prime minister of New Zealand (1873–75; 1876)
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