Baugh



Samuel Adrian (“Slinging Sammy”) 1914–2008, U.S. football player and coach.
Contemporary Examples

Baugh had brought nothing but his remarkable good will, and it was in full gleam for all to see when the president entered.
The President and the Tow Truck Driver Michael Daly September 24, 2014

But the WTC ribbon is from the attack on 9/11, which saw Baugh race to the scene after the first plane struck.
The President and the Tow Truck Driver Michael Daly September 24, 2014

That is perhaps because Obama seems to be not just looking at Baugh, but really seeing him.
The President and the Tow Truck Driver Michael Daly September 24, 2014

“He seemed to be a happy person when he came out,” Baugh later said.
The President and the Tow Truck Driver Michael Daly September 24, 2014

More recently, Baugh headed out in his truck to do what he could when Hurricane Sandy struck the city.
The President and the Tow Truck Driver Michael Daly September 24, 2014

After meeting Obama, Baugh returned to his freshly washed and waxed truck.
The President and the Tow Truck Driver Michael Daly September 24, 2014

Historical Examples

After you crossed the bridge, you don’t remember of meeting Major Baugh?
Report of the Committee Appointed to Investigate the Railroad Riots in July, 1877 Various

Mungal Pandy saw Baugh riding up, and got behind the gun, and deliberately fired at him.
India Under British Rule James Talboys Wheeler

When Major Baugh came to the hotel in the evening, did you learn the object of his mission?
Report of the Committee Appointed to Investigate the Railroad Riots in July, 1877 Various

Major Baugh went back and got the orders he showed here to-day.
Report of the Committee Appointed to Investigate the Railroad Riots in July, 1877 Various

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