Carl Lotus
[loh-tuh s] /ˈloʊ təs/ (Show IPA), 1873–1945, U.S. historian.
George Ferdinand, 1847–1919, U.S. scientist and mathematician.
Howard Paul, 1899–1960, U.S. sociologist.
Contemporary Examples

At the end of their call, the kid told Becker he would still walk over the bridge, but from now on would not look down.
Sex, Suicide, and Homework: The Secret World of the Telephone Hotline Tim Teeman November 19, 2014

“If I send a message that I am going to kill you, it raises the threat level,” Becker says.
Rock Star Shirley Manson From Garbage Battles a Cyberstalker Christine Pelisek, Chris Lee July 15, 2012

But Becker attains much greater depth by interviewing the judge.
How the Tide Turned on Gay Marriage Michael Signer June 19, 2014

Becker is a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter with a superb reputation.
How Jerry Sandusky Played The New York Times in His Interview Buzz Bissinger December 5, 2011

In December, Becker pleaded guilty to second-degree sexual assault.
10 Most Outrageous Scandals Samuel P. Jacobs March 6, 2010

Historical Examples

Spruit nicely down; Mr. Becker not come; can’t get across evidently.
Woman’s Endurance A.D.L.

There roomed next to me in our hotel a German from Vienna named Becker.
Memoirs Charles Godfrey Leland

He abstracted the severed head of Becker on some criminological excuse, and took it home in his official box.
The Innocence of Father Brown G. K. Chesterton

Miss Becker waited a few seconds and then picked up the parasol.
Anderson Crow, Detective George Barr McCutcheon

“Emanuel Swedenborg’s life was divided into two distinct phases,” Becker went on.
The Works of Honor de Balzac Honor de Balzac

Boris (ˈbɒrɪs). born 1967, German tennis player: Wimbledon champion 1985, 1986, and 1989: the youngest man ever to win Wimbledon


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