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Similar words: james baldwinwindshield wiperhold withworldwideworld-wideold wives' taleworld wide webedwinMeaning: n. 1. United States author who was an outspoken critic of racism (1924-1987) 2. English statesman; member of the Conservative Party (1867-1947) 3. an American eating apple with red or yellow and red skin. 
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(1) The numerous biographies of Baldwin cast little light on the subject.
(2) Baldwin enlightened her as to the nature of the experiment.
(3) Baldwin treated the matter with the utmost seriousness.
(4) Neither Stone, her co-star William Baldwin or the rest of the cast were involved.
(5) Yet it is doubtful whether Baldwin was in fact wasting time.
(6) When Baldwin died in 1909, his daughters inherited and divided the property, now valued at $ 25 million.
(7) The normally modest Baldwin is confident of victory in this year's Senate race.
(8) Baldwin and Sons who have a large display of Coronation medals from James I to the present.
(9) A man sitting on the curb on Baldwin Avenue with his feet in the gutter.
(10) He joined the Labour Party[], and denounced Baldwin personally as well as politically at the 1923 election.
(11) Baldwin, the poor schlemiel, is talked into committing a murder, which he botches badly.
(12) Nor was Baldwin troubled with the industrial unrest which culminated in the General Strike during his first administration.
(13) Baldwin found it hard to reconcile the results with his reception during the election campaign.
(14) Baldwin, supported by Sir Thomas Inskip, listened during three or four-hour sessions on each of the successive days.
(15) Mr Baldwin, the Prime Minister, who was there, also gave a speech.
(16) The decision was supported by almost everyone. Baldwin was the only one to dissent.
(17) Chamberlain, Baldwin suggested, might consider joining as a minister without portfolio.
(18) Baldwin merely intended to fly a policy kite at Plymouth.
(19) In 1932 Stanley Baldwin had revealed that, in the opinion of the experts, there was no defence against aerial bombardment.
(20) Baldwin soiled his hands a little, but not excessively.
(21) One day Russell presents Baldwin with a solution to both of their dilemmas.
(22) Baldwin tabled proposals which involved payments of £34 million a year.
(23) The next day he accompanied Baldwin back to London, and upon arrival took hint to his house in Westminster.
(24) He commented patronisingly that almost the only sounds he heard from Baldwin during Cabinets were the rhythmic sucking of his pipe.
(25) But the main practical outcome of the weekend was to brace Baldwin, in favourable surroundings, for a first confrontation.
(26) Her love scenes in this voyeuristic thriller are with the hot new actor Billy Baldwin.
(27) The speech lasted exactly forty-five minutes, which, particularly as Baldwin spoke slowly, was not long.
(28) Testimony in the case is scheduled to continue today and Baldwin is expected to take the stand.
(29) In his memoirs, Wilson makes no bones of placing himself in the line of succession of Baldwin, Churchill and Macmillan.
(30) Virginia says sending them to a sister training program it has established at nearby Mary Baldwin College is just as good.
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