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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Kalb, Johann Known as "Baron de Kalb.” 1721-1780. German general in the American Revolution who wintered with George Washington at Valley Forge (1777-1778) and was mortally wounded at the Battle of Camden (1780).

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Examples

  • David Kalb, is there no population level for which two senators and a representative would give you concerns?

    Matthew Yglesias » DC Statehood

  • Marvin Kalb spent 30 years as a reporter for CBS and NBC News during the heyday of network TV news.

    US Comedians Gaining Political Influence

  • The facts of the story were correct, Rather told former newsman Marvin Kalb in an interview broadcast on C-SPAN last night.

    Seeing the forest for the flood « BuzzMachine

  • It was then that the attorney general, John Mitchell, under the pretext of national security, countenanced wiretaps of Hedrick Smith of The Times and Marvin Kalb of CBS News, as well as a full F.B.I. investigation of CBS's Daniel Schorr.

    October 2004

  • It was surprising, but not exactly astonishing, to learn, via PowerLine, that liberal journalistic icon Marvin Kalb doesn’t think that there is any, much less abundant, evidence that the infamous “Killian memos” were forged.

    Election 2004

  • The Kalb gasúr (jasur) or “bold dog,” also called Kalb el-hámi, or “the hot” (tempered), is found even amongst the Bedawin to the east of the Suez Canal; but there the half-bred is more common than the whole-blood.

    The Land of Midian

  • Recently, the library hosted Marvin Kalb and his daughter, Deborah, discussing their new book, "Haunting Legacy: Vietnam and the American Presidency from Ford to Obama," in which they report on how our "loss" of South Vietnam continues to have a profound impact not only on U.S. military policy but foreign policy.

    Evoking the World of War

  • If the government does continue to press its campaign against individuals, we will see the limits of the government's theories tested, says Paul Kalb, who heads the health care group at the law firm of Sidley Austin in Washington.

    Feds now target execs, not just companies, in health frauds

  • "If the government does continue to press its campaign against individuals, we will see the limits of the government's theories tested," said Paul Kalb, who heads the health care group at the law firm of Sidley Austin in Washington.

    In Shift, Feds Target Top Execs For Health Fraud

  • "I think fairness was the word that would best describe him as host," Kalb said.

    Former 'Meet The Press' Host Dies

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