[ US /ˈbaʊm, ˈbɔm/ ]
  1. United States writer of children's books (1856-1919)
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How To Use Baum In A Sentence

  • The term aesthetics was coined in the eighteenth century by the German philosopher Alexander Baumgarten from the Greek word aisthetikos meaning “perceptive, especially by feeling”. MARKETING AESTHETICS
  • Secondly, the other direction, that is, the completeness part, is proved by what is really known as the Lindenbaum-Tarski method. Propositional Consequence Relations and Algebraic Logic
  • This enumeration is evidently designed to convey an impression of universality [Baumgarten]. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • I can just imagine an ad on social sies like Facebook and Myspace… the same way Think of the incident…. Can Firebrand Make Commercials Hot?
  • Perhaps if my unit had been able to capture that bomber on that fateful night, Dr. Appelbaum would have walked his daughter to the chuppa.
  • Bob Somerby was rocked back on his heels by Applebaum's stunning nitwittedness. Recount 'em all!
  • For the time being, her lawyer Robert Baum said, she would live with her grandmother in Northern California.
  • More than 25 years ago, Koestenbaum traded the cloistered halls of academia for the front lines of the global economy.
  • Mr. Bucksbaum had politicked to be named to one of the new boards. General Growth Scion Denied Seat
  • At the recent Oz Club convention in Fayetteville, New York, there was a discussion of whether stylometry (I remembered the word with the help of my PDA) could identify certain anonymous newspaper articles as the writing of L. Frank Baum. Stylometry for Fun and Profit
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