The first in line, 35-year-old ben Hur of Queens, had been there since 5:30 p.m. the previous day.
ben Armstead, a successful lawyer, lands on the front page of the New York Post with a combo sex scandal and DUI.
He was referring to the departure of ben Silverman as co-chairman of NBC Entertainment.
ben Mezrich spins a sensational yarn from the true story of a NASA intern who went to jail for stealing moon rocks.
He is coauthor with ben Bernanke et al. of Inflation Targeting: Lessons from the International Experience .
But he had better have kept his hold upon ben for a moment longer.
ben Haley meanwhile was rapidly stripping the chicken of its feathers.
My father came in as usual with ben the Whaler, and I read the letter.
ben had drawn off his boots, and was firing them one after the other at the door.
I design to engage ben Tooke, and then receive the parchment from her.
"mountain peak" in Celtic place names (especially of roughly pyramidal peaks standing alone), from Gaelic beinn, from Old Irish *benno- "peak, horn, conical point," from PIE root *bend- "projecting point."