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  • proper noun A surname.

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Examples

  • Park City, UT — Sundance Institute announced today that the world premiere of Mary and Max, a clay animation feature film from Academy Award-winning short film creators Adam Elliot and producer Melanie Coombs is the Opening Night Film for the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

    Mary and Max to Open 25th Sundance Film Festival | /Film

  • - We stopped in Coombs, quite possibly the most fabulous tourist trap on Vancouver Island

    » Our Summer Vacation Strocel.com

  • This entry appears on page 39 of the published town records of Saco, Maine: Benjamin Coombs of Saco and Shuah Adams of Arundel Entered their intention of Marriage July 15th, 1815.

    Torn Between Two Lovers

  • Belmont (Mass.); 4: 05.72: Gavin Coombs, Griswold (Jewett City, Conn.).

    USATODAY.com

  • Gras, Belmont (Mass.); 3: 46.17: Gavin Coombs, Griswold (Jewett City,

    USATODAY.com

  • Recalls Coombs: "We were just so excited to have a customer."

    Sales Are Good--Strategic Customers Are Better

  • Further, I have a letter from a man called Coombs who brings a charge of robbery against you, saying it appeared his duty to advise me.

    Lorimer of the Northwest

  • Outdoors Magazine once called Coombs "the best skier in the world."

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  • "Coombs, " I said, glancing at the clock, -you want me, let's go at it.

    2nd Chance

  • Then, and because of this, the man with understanding eyes will never be deceived by complacent harangues on sacred things from such as Coombs who never lend a luckless neighbor seed-wheat, and oppress the hireling.

    Lorimer of the Northwest

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