American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Baez, Joan Born 1941. American folk singer and political activist.
“Baez is a deep thinker and a gifted popularizer, adept at imparting the true strangeness of this world.”
“Joan Baez is also the Woman in White – if only because she wears white in the movie.”
“Then the Howard Deans and the Michael Moores and the Moveon. orgs move in, and set up camp, and Joan Baez is singing, and the Sean Hannitys and the Rush Limbaughs and the Bill Oâ€ ™ Reillys of the world now have their fodder.”
“Kevin Baez had two hits and knocked in a pair of runs for”
“They should have left the room, called Baez, and said our conversations have ceased and we will make sure that we will talk.”
“Baez's sidekick then tried a real tricky move … to call Baez as a witness.”
“In a sworn affidavit, Anthony says her retainer agreement does not contain any clauses entitling Baez to sell her story or Caylee's.”
“Child #20 A mixed version from several singers, such as Baez and Redpath”
“On June 16th 2009, william Baez wrote: es mi primera ves en esta pagina espero ser bien resivido”
“On June 16th 2009, william Baez wrote: me gusta esta pagina”
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