American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Hubbel, Carl O. 1903-1988. American baseball player. A left-handed pitcher for the New York Giants (1928-1943), he won 20 games or more during five separate seasons and, in 1937, set a major league record by winning 24 consecutive games.
“Q What consultations were made between Gerson and either White House officials or liaisons to the White House such as Hubbel?”
“Hubbel, mcdougal, rich, rodham brothers, paul ... talk about the pot calling the kettle .. marouf”
“If there is change going on in the Obama administration to come, we are all going to need Hubbel telescopes to see it.”
“Whitewater was about 'getting' the Clintons; those like you, Scaife, and the rest of the right wing wackoes failed, so you try to salvage something with misdirection about Tucker and Hubbel.”
“This is the Crab Nebula, I believe taken from the Hubbel Space Telescope (though I've lost track of the provenance of this image).”
“M. Pike PIT 0 0 0 0 .000 T. Hubbel PIT 0 0 0 0 .000”
“-- I mean, I would refer you to Justice on any conversations that Hubbel and Gerson may have had.”
“MS. MYERS: You asked me if Hubbel had talked to Gerson.”
“But, as you know, Hubbel is the liaison to the White House from the Justice Department, and he talks to people about a number of issues.”
“It was commanded by Captain Hubbel, and brought immigrants from Vermont.”
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