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- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
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- n. fictional character in a play by George Pitt; a barber who murdered his customers
- n. Scottish chemist noted for his research into the structure of nucleic acids (born in 1907)
DALE BACHMAN, TODD BACHMAN'S COUSIN: I was told that Todd was a few steps behind Barbara and Elizabeth.
TODD (voice-over): Todd (ph) and Paige Lester (ph), married only a few days before their bond is put to the test.
LISA BEAMER, TODD BEAMER'S WIFE: He did what Todd would normally do and he took some action and what he did was told the operator that he and some other people on the flight were deciding the jump on the hijacker with the bomb strapped around his waist.
LISA BEAMER, HUSBAND TODD WAS FLIGHT 93 HERO: I was walking out the door to go to the grocery store and the phone rang and it was a friend asking if Todd was OK and where he was.
LISA BEAMER, WIDOW OF TODD BEAMER: We had the ultrasound in August, which I'm really glad that Todd got to see, but we didn't find out.
TODD MICHAEL (Playwright) Todd is the founding Artistic Director of Grayce Productions.
TODD PACIFIC SHIPYARDS, HARBOR ISLAND Todd was founded in 1916 by a boilermaker from Brooklyn, William H. Todd.
Actually, of the lot of them, I think Todd is my favorite character, both to read about and to write.
And Todd is definitely in somebody else's movie, here.
Todd is the Secretary of State for Indiana who won the primary for IN-04 last week; the seat is considered safe for Republicans, so I took the opportunity to ask him some slightly different questions.
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