American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Goodman, Benjamin David Called "Benny.” Known as "the King of Swing.” 1909-1986. American clarinetist whose band, formed in 1934, introduced swing music.
- n. A surname.
“This may be too long to post, but Amy Goodman is my hero, and I want this article to be read by as many people as possible.”
“About The Author: Jonathan Goodman is the owner of Market Merchants an online retailer specializing in home and garden products.”
“History | Sean Kleefeld explains why Martin Goodman called his company Atlas Comics in the 1950s and -- what I found more interesting -- why he and other publishers operated under so many different company names in the '40s.”
“And when Simon and Kirby decided that Martin Goodman at Timely (later to become Marvel Comics) was not compensating them well enough, they jumped ship to D.C. where they worked on yet another line of popular titles including The Sandman, The Boy Commandos, and The Newsboy Legion.”
“Goodman is a shutdown corner who at 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds still plays physical.”
“Goodman is skeptical that lawmakers can do anything about it, though.”
“The executive director of the Charter Commission, Lorna Goodman, is the former County Attorney of Nassau County and chief of the affirmative litigation division of the New York City Corporation Counsel's office.”
“Goodman is frank about how she packed it on: Poor eating habits.”
“The Brood," which Eisner will direct for Spyglass Entertainment based on a script from Cory Goodman, is a remake of David Cronenberg's 1979 horror film about a brood of asexually produced mutant children that act on the violent impulses of their mother thanks to a telepathic link.”
“Henry Goodman is a silky, saturnine Sir Humphrey; every seam of David Haig's garments appears to be splitting under the pressure of his prime ministerial tension.”
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