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Hubbard

[huhb-erd] /ˈhʌb ərd/
noun
1.
Elbert Green, 1856–1915, U.S. author, editor, and printer.
2.
L(afayette) Ron(ald) 1911–86, U.S. science-fiction writer and religious leader.
3.
Mount, a mountain on the Alaska–Yukon Territory border, in the Saint Elias Mountains. 14,950 feet (4557 meters).
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  • Hubbard was quick to seize this opportunity, and at once lent Holmes a dozen telephones.

    The History of the Telephone Herbert N. Casson
  • "It would be great to be home by Christmas, sir," put in Hubbard.

    Pushed and the Return Push George Herbert Fosdike Nichols, (AKA Quex)
  • If I am to be stripped and searched by men, Mr. Hubbard will serve as well as any other man.

    Theft Jack London
  • After him Hubbard, of Alabama, "began grunting against the tariff."

    John Quincy Adams John. T. Morse
  • After you left last night, Hubbard stole those documents back again.

    Theft Jack London

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