from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Colbert, Claudette Originally Lily Claudette Chauchoin. 1903-1996. American actress best known for her comedic roles. Her film credits include It Happened One Night (1934), for which she won an Academy Award.
- Colbert, Jean Baptiste 1619-1683. French politician who served as an adviser to Louis XIV. Colbert reformed taxes, centralized the administration, and improved roads and canals in an effort to encourage trade.
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- proper n. A surname.
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- n. butter creamed with parsley and tarragon and beef extract
THE CLAUDETTE COLBERT COLLECTION ($49.98; Universal) -- I've never been a huge fan of Colbert: she always seemed too prim to be sexy, too uptight to let loose.
COLBERT: I think the Colbert nation makes a recommendation.
COLBERT: "Col-bert" is a little -- a little bit more of a solid American name, I think, than Colbert.
COLBERT - A fist fight between friends at a KOA Kampground in southeast Louisiana man dead and another in jail this weekend, Colbert police Charles Thomas Randal, 48, with his fists and stomped on him in a fight over a woman Friday night, Graham said.
COLBERT: OK, welcome to Colbert and Yarmuth, I'm Stephen Colbert.
On Colbert: A.J. Sargent, _Economic Policy of Colbert_
He said he hoped the city would receive a "Colbert Bump," a term Colbert coined for the boost in popularity that subjects featured on his show often received, if the producer decided to report the story.
Let's Name Node 3 "Colbert" is the next entry in this blog.
Obviously, Colbert is a great satirist who is poking fun here, since we sure don't need a rally to keep fear alive.
Comedian and talk show host Stephen Colbert is a guest on "Late Show With David Letterman" (CBS at 11: 35), along with actor Johnny Knoxville and musical guests Gorillaz.