dobson

[ US /ˈdɑbsən/ ]
NOUN
  1. large soft-bodied insect having long slender mandibles in the male; aquatic larvae often used as bait
  2. large brown aquatic larva of the dobsonfly; used as fishing bait
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How To Use dobson In A Sentence

  • The Dobsonian design is the most popular type of altazimuth mounting used on astronomical telescopes.
  • The conservative Christian leadership includes both hypocritical clerics like Robertson, Falwell, Dobson and Phelps, and neocon laic politicians like Bush, Ashcroft, Frisch and DeLay. THREE TYPES OF CONSERVATIVES
  • Dobson evoked the framers of the Constitution, saying: "These activist, unelected judges believe they know better than the American people about the direction the country should go."
  • What devotees of Lashkar-e-Taiba or James Dobson share is an unquenched desire for order.
  • Mr Dobson promised to widen the organisation's scope of activity.
  • Dobson then slips into a captivating study of the historical demography of the southeast of England: Kent, Essex, and Sussex.
  • James Dobson has given new meaning to the term bully pulpit. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • Here, a very profound departure from Christian orthodoxy was made by key figures in Evangelicalism, among them Dobson, Colson, and Falwell. Hastert goes (back) to work for Turkey « Antiwar.com Blog
  • He laid it off to Ilkley captain David Knox whose low shot took a bobble and skipped over the arms of the diving Dobson.
  • I mean, Dobson alone is bad enough, but a Dobson armed with nuclear weapons - the mind reels.
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