- n. A surname.
“CALLAWAY: We're pretty good at it at the Callaway house.”
“CALLAWAY: In the Callaway house, we tend to reboot a lot when the error message comes up, which I know is not good for the computer.”
“In fact, "trash-can mode" is the term Callaway engineers use for the range of harsh frequencies they labor to eliminate.”
“Adam Callaway is a community organizer for robot uprisings, so his responses are most valid.”
“With purchase of certain drivers, Callaway is offering $50-$100 in American Express Fill It Up Cards.”
“This year Callaway is introducing the HX ball, which is the work of Steve Ogg, a former engineer at Boeing and one of Callaway's aero refugees.”
“One Chicago pro calls Callaway "the conscience of broadcast journalism in this town.”
“The new analysis, conducted by the Missouri Office of Public Counsel, shows a way to cut the profits of the reactor, called Callaway 2, by $5 billion.”
“Don't let it slip away, or else you will be stuck with that fat shit in Callaway.”
“These one might expect to find particularly in the collections of African tales such as Callaway's _Nursery Tales of the Zulus_, Theal's _Kaffir”
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