Dearman

All Noun
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  • Dearman performed all the songs from the album for her fans, friends and family.
  • Dearman has developed a wide following as a writing coach.
  • Dearman also did a meet and great after the concert.
  • Well, God help anybody Dearman might happen to hear on the subject! Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • It was Dearman's first full-length release.
  • Dearman thought the young man was about to faint. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • "Are you going to show him in the ring yourself, General?" asked Mrs. Dearman. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • The door opened and large Mr. Dearman walked in. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • That night Mr. Dearman heard his wife sobbing in bed. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • It was almost as though Colonel Dearman believed that General Murger would not live to carry out his threat. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • Dearman moved to Austin, Texas, where she began working as a psychiatric nurse's assistant.
  • The inventor Peter Dearman initially developed a liquid air car, and then used the technology he developed for grid energy storage.
  • McVickar persuaded his son William to come to Dearman to preside over the school.
  • Mr. Dearman entered and noted the one small tear ere it trickled off her dainty little nose. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • And then Mrs. Dearman suddenly rose, as her hostess "caught" the collective female eye of the table. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • John Dearman is the quartet's seven-string guitar master.
  • As a prose writer, Dearman has had both fiction and nonfiction published.
  • Colonel Dearman's face flushed a rich dark purple. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
  • At one time, its applied music staff included John Dearman of the L.A. Guitar Quartet.
  • Mrs. Dearman grew more uneasy and a little unhappy. Cited from Driftwood Spars, by Percival Christopher Wren
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