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Warren (“Baby”) 1898–1959, U.S. jazz drummer.
Contemporary Examples

A party official said Monday that Dodds had been released from hospital and was making a good recovery despite the head injuries.
Belfast in Chaos After Days of Protestant Rioting, Police Injuries Nico Hines July 15, 2013

Historical Examples

Dodds would have sent him to the stake without an opportunity for recantation.
Lalage’s Lovers George A. Birmingham

Dodds exclaimed, “Why, she was better as she was; now, she will knock the house down.”
Lives of the Engineers Samuel Smiles

Dodds had one of his own horses with him, and he said he would bet me that horse I could not cross the gulch.
A Canyon Voyage Frederick S. Dellenbaugh

After the ferry had left the slip, however, Dodds paid no more heed to them.
Uncle Sam’s Boys in the Ranks H. Irving Hancock

While they were talking Mr. Dodds’ wagon had come rattling up to the gate.
The Pansy Magazine, July 1886 Various

Dodds, who was sitting on my left, picked up his hand and doubled my hearts.
Lalage’s Lovers George A. Birmingham

At last Alfred decided that justice must be done, and confided his suspicions to the Dodds.
The World’s Greatest Books, Vol VII Various

Dodds letters seem for the most part to have been written at night.
The Amenities of Book-Collecting and Kindred Affections A. Edward Newton

Miss Talbot was as game as we were to stay on with the Dodds.
The Red Rugs of Tarsus Helen Davenport Gibbons

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