Barron



Clarence Walker, 1855–1928, U.S. financial publisher.
Contemporary Examples

Barron will be exceptionally important, which is another reason why Republican senators tried to block his confirmation.
Obama’s Shocking Success on Judgeships Overturns Conventional Wisdom David Fontana June 8, 2014

But Barron can find comfort in the fact that he is on the right side of history.
The GOP’s Gay Face-Off John Avlon September 17, 2010

So why, asks Barron YoungSmith, did he choose Kerry and Hagel—two men whose worldviews were shaped by the war?
Vietnam, Once Again Barron YoungSmith January 8, 2013

Barron Industries Michigan-based company that produces metal castings for various industries.
The 26 Next Hobby Lobbys Abby Haglage December 16, 2014

“They can hand out as much literature as they want and make it as inflammatory as they want,” said Barron.
Live from Right-Wing Central John Avlon, Benjamin Sarlin February 17, 2010

Historical Examples

Mr. Wood looked very thoughtful when he got this letter, then he said, “Harry, how long is it since Barron ran away?”
Beautiful Joe Marshall Saunders

Therefore he stated to his second that he would shoot Barron in the hip.
South American Fights and Fighters Cyrus Townsend Brady

Barron’s refusal to allow a search made of his vessel while she was in port had been backed up by the United States Government.
Yankee Ships and Yankee Sailors: Tales of 1812 James Barnes

Decatur replied gravely that he had never been Barron’s enemy.
South American Fights and Fighters Cyrus Townsend Brady

His pain was so great that after a few paces he sank exhausted, near where Barron was stretched on the ground.
Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 2 of 8 Various

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