American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Webb, Sidney James. First Baron Passfield. 1859-1947. British sociologist and economist who was a founder of the London School of Economics (1895). He and his wife, Beatrice Potter Webb (1858-1943), were central members of the Fabian Society and together wrote The History of Trade Unionism (1894) and other books.
- n. English writer and a central member of the Fabian Society (1858-1943)
- n. English sociologist and economist and a central member of the Fabian Society (1859-1947)
“TAYLOR WEBB, GENEVA - With a 4.045 grade-point average, Webb graduated among the top students of 245 seniors at Geneva.”
“SHARON WEBB, SEARCHING FOR SON: His name is Trashon (ph) Webb.”
“Justin Webb is the BBC's North America editor and according to Iain Dale managed to ignore the Republican primary on last night's 10 o'clock news.”
“A positive comment but then a negative at the end, Justin Webb is on fire now ...”
“Could the unbiased Justin Webb from the unbiased by charter BBC be any more biased?”
“distraction" somehow I think Justin Webb is pleased by this”
“We believe Marc Webb is the perfect choice to bring us on that journey.”
“The new film which is still untitled, will begin production later this year directed by Marc Webb from a screenplay by James Vanderbilt.”
“Clean slate, brand new, and (500) Days of Summer director Marc Webb is directing the film – to be released in 3D – on a meager $80 million budget.”
“Jim Webb is about to get a very angry call from a constituent.”
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