Ogden

[ US /ˈɑɡdən/ ]
NOUN
  1. English psychologist who collaborated with I. A. Richards in designing Basic English (1889-1957)
  2. a town in northern Utah settled by Mormons
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How To Use Ogden In A Sentence

  • Above all, the Robert Ogden School wants to create a safe, comfortable, and calm environment for its pupils.
  • The badly decomposed body of a man has been found in a reservoir at Ogden.
  • This one, in support of the Loyalist cause in Spain, featured the reading of “a bitter antiwar play,” after which Donald Ogden Stewart speechified, “exhorting those there to make movies with meaning: ‘Let us have no more million-dollar revolving staircases … but let us have some simple truths, as we have had tonight … on a bare stage, against nothing but a plain background.’” Toiling in the Dream Factory
  • Mr Ogden, who is now applying for planning permission for roads and hardstanding on the site, sat silently through the meeting.
  • There's Lumiere, a candelabra with the pizzazz of Maurice Chevalier; Cogsworth (David Ogden Stiers), an overwound mantle clock with a taste for puns ( "If it's not baroque, don't fix it"); a warm English teapot (Angela Lansbury) and her baby cup, Chip. Just The Way Walt Made 'Em
  • The Brogden government, now in its third term, corporatised the coroner's office back in 2004.
  • The Army's first full-time female padre, Chap Catie Inches-Ogden, believes that life offers opportunities and you have a choice to take them or not.
  • The Calgary Women Building a Legacy project will hold a ground blessing ceremony on May 5 at an Ogden site that will see the construction of a duplex for two working families living on incomes that fall below the poverty line.
  • Two teams of employees from Magnet were given just two days each to help fit a new kitchen and decorate the common room at the Robert Ogden School at Thurnscoe, near Barnsley.
  • This appraisal is as tough, uncompromising and brutally simplistic as many of Brogden's law-and-order policies.
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