from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Swanson, Gloria 1899-1983. American actress who appeared in numerous silent films and later made a heralded comeback in Sunset Boulevard (1950).
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. United States actress in many silent films (1899-1983)
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I found this website today and see that Captain Swanson is still listed as Missing in Action.
The juxtaposition between sweet, goofy Miss Swanson from the Door Store commercials and this … erm .. level of sophistication is a real eye-opener.
About the authors: Swanson is an award-winning poet in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Breakfast was my Sobas Inautententicos, which is to say, soba noodles in Swanson chicken broth with whatever veggies are kicking around the fridge (pearl onions, tomato, green peas) and garlic, ginger, chili pepper, lime, soy sauce, and a little Thai roasted red chili paste.
When I called Swanson about this he suggested an additional factor.
Because I'm also an artist dealing with sexuality and sexual relationships, I found what Amber Hank Swanson is doing of particular interest.
Kevin Swanson stopped 25 shots to earn his first victory of the year.
Kevin Swanson allowed four goals on 19 shots and was saddled with the loss.
Vancouver Canucks: Signed the following 1999 draft pick: G Kevin Swanson (189th overall).
Kevin Swanson fell to 1-2-1 despite turning away 33 shots, including the first 23 he faced.
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