American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Rollins, Theodore Walter Known as "Sonny.” Born 1930. American jazz saxophonist and composer who originated the now standard practice of playing bop in three-quarter time.
“AUM WOMEN FALL TO ROLLINS: At Winter Park, Fla., the Rollins women's team defeated short-handed AUM, 6-3.”
“WELLS: Nathan and Jewellee (Atkinson) Wells, Groton, a daughter, Allison Marie, Nov. ROLLINS: Steven and Alicia (McFall) Rollins a daughter, Claire Sumie, Nov. 23.”
“Jimmy Rollins was a potential bargain at the start of the season, but at the midway point, we know that Rollins is The Man.”
“Rollins is correct, it ends Palin as a viable candidate for the immediate future and possibly forever.”
“Rollins is old, bitter and very chauvenist ... who really cares what he thinks?”
“Ed Rollins is right, Quitting is no way to launch into national politics.”
“James Rollins is the author of the bestselling Sigma Force series of science-adventure thrillers.”
“James Rollins is now a good friend and a past interviewee on BookBanter and it will be great to see him again and perhaps hear some of his new book, Altar of Eden.”
“It seems pretty obvious that James Rollins is a Jules Verne fan, as one reads further into Subterranean, it starts to feel quite like Journey to the Center of the Earth.”
“Each piece of furniture is handcrafted by a small team of skilled craftsmen under the close artistic direction of Benjamin Rollins Caldwell.”
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