robert joseph (“bob”) born 1928, u.s. basketball player.
bachelor of domestic arts. bachelor of dramatic art.
brian david, born 1940, british physicist: n-bel prize 1973. contemporary examples “i had him chart how much money he made each day to his s-xual performance,” josephson says. when markets fall, so do the big swinging d-cks mimi swartz october 16, 2008 he was, says josephson, “a handsome big guy, sleeping with hotties.” when markets […]
- Benjamin david goodman
benjamin david (“benny”) 1909–86, u.s. jazz clarinetist and bandleader. noun (archaic) (pl) -men a husband a man not of gentle birth: used as a t-tle a master of a household noun benny, full name benjamin david goodman. 1909–86, us jazz clarinetist and bandleader, whose treatment of popular songs created the jazz idiom known as swing
bachelor of dental surgery. (in prescriptions) twice a day.
- Benjamin henry day
benjamin henry, 1810–89, u.s. newspaper publisher. clarence (shepard) [shep-erd] /ˈʃɛp ərd/ (show ipa), 1874–1935, u.s. author. dorothy, 1897–1980, u.s. roman catholic social activist, journalist, and publisher. also, daye. stephen, 1594?–1668, u.s. colonist, born in england: considered the first printer in the colonies. noun also called civil day. the period of time, the calendar day, of […]