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Anton Julius
[an-tohn,, -ton] /ˈæn toʊn,, -tɒn/ (Show IPA), 1875–1956, U.S. physiologist, born in Sweden.
Chester Floyd, 1906–68, U.S. inventor of xerographic copying process.
Evans Fordyce
[fawr-dahys,, fohr-] /ˈfɔr daɪs,, ˈfoʊr-/ (Show IPA), 1896–1947, U.S. Marine Corps general in World War II.
Contemporary Examples

“Foster is the greatest investor in the history of journalism,” Carlson told me.
Santorum Fundraiser Bankrolls Daily Caller Howard Kurtz February 7, 2012

“They control the nominating process—and every year they add a new ingredient to the litmus test,” Carlson continued.
Minnesota’s Bachmannization John Avlon March 25, 2011

This month, Carlson launched a new site of his own, The Daily Caller, that employs a number of professional reporters.
Why Can’t the Right Break the News? Benjamin Sarlin January 25, 2010

“This is some serious stuff our team is dealing with,” Carlson said at a news briefing.
Colorado Shooting: Police Cautious Entering Suspect’s Apartment The Daily Beast July 20, 2012

“I think dating sites for people with disabilities is a terrible idea,” says Carlson, in the same vein.
Disabled Woman Tackles the Dating Site Trolls Elizabeth Heideman July 31, 2014

Historical Examples

Carlson dismissed the reporter, and turned to the curious group.
Carmen Ariza Charles Francis Stocking

“Batter not run the rapid so long you can walk, young man,” said Carlson.
The Young Alaskans in the Rockies Emerson Hough

We go dare, me an’ Carlson, she ma pardner, an’ she say de gol’ ees here.
Connie Morgan in Alaska James B. Hendryx

Mrs. Carlson hesitated, drawing back a little when she saw his face.
The Flockmaster of Poison Creek George W. Ogden

So what do you intend to do—run out and turn it all over to Carlson?
The Merchants of Venus A. H. Phelps


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    Anton van [ahn-tawn vahn] /ˈɑn tɔn vɑn/ (Show IPA), 1632–1723, Dutch naturalist and microscopist. Historical Examples Leeuwenhoek has given a particular and entertaining account of the proceedings of I. Aphidum. An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. IV (of 4) William Kirby As has been stated, Leeuwenhoek considered bacteria to be animalcules because they showed independent movement. […]

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