American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Cable, George Washington 1844-1925. American writer whose works, including short stories and the novel The Grandissimes (1880), concern social order and racial discord in the South.
“•Coaching staff: Cable is — for now — the favored son of owner Al Davis, who thinks Cable sincerely embraces Raiders tradition.”
“- After whining to his father (the mob boss) for an opportunity to use his powers, Cable is finally given a job: humiliate the Guardian and drag him away to a secret location to be shot.”
“(However, Cable is already the name of a fairly prominent character in X-Men, so it might be worth considering an adaptation or new name).”
“Cable is a different story, and let's be thankful for SyFy, TNT, HBO, and the USA Network.”
“Time Warner Cable is at it again folks: Here we go again.”
“Among the big cable companies, Time Warner Cable is limping in its DOCSIS 3.0 efforts.”
“In my story, Cable is defeated and his father relocates his headquarters to Sydney.”
“I loved it when Jim Carrey did this scene in Cable Guy.”
“Also, Cable is pretty much dead man walking and each timeslide makes his condition worse.”
“Cable is known to be considering what impact the targets for the major banks might have on competition in the sector, as new entrants might be deterred from setting up operations if they believe the incumbent lenders will take all the business.”
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Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
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