American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Behrman, S(amuel) N(athaniel) 1893-1973. American playwright whose works include The Second Man (1927) and No Time for Comedy (1939).
“Greg Behrman is the coordinator for the Council on Foreign Relations”
““I was walking across Wilshire Boulevard in front of Saks,” recalls Behrman, who speaks with a gentle drawl.”
“I must call Behrman up to be my model for the old hermit miner.”
“Through detailed and exhaustive research, Behrman brings this vital and dramatic epoch to life and animates the personalities that shaped it.”
“German officer told him that Behrman was a 'good German name'!”
“Stephen Jolly New York: Behrman House, 1976, vii, xv–xvi.”
“Browse an author interview and biography of Greg Behrman.”
“Al Behrman/Associated Press Along the Ohio River in Covington, Ky., geese walking on Garrard Street near a flooded Riverside Drive had a bird's-eye view of downtown Cincinnati, across the swollen Ohio River.”
“Consider the story of Emily Behrman of Solana Beach, CA, who says she wanted to try to avoid an epidural if the pain of labor turned out to be manageable because she was aware of research showing early epidurals have been linked to increased rates of caesareans.”
“Behrman is confident though, that their bid to simplify and shorten the drug handouts will succeed this time.”
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