• WordNet 3.6
    • n Bevin British labor leader and statesman who played an important role in diplomacy after World War II (1884-1951)
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In literature:

As we rode to the door, another of our old packers, whom I recognized as Bill Bevins, stepped to the front door.
"An Autobiography of Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody)" by Buffalo Bill (William Frederick Cody)
No one was aboard during the brief visit, but Mr. Bevins, the second mate, and one man of the crew.
"Isle o' Dreams" by Frederick F. Moore
Adverse report from the committee on military affairs on bill for the relief of S. Bevins.
"United States Government Publications, v. 8 Jan-Jun 1892" by Compiled

In news:

At Rebuilt Bevin Bros Factory, Memories, Magic and Hard Work.
Firefighters battled a blaze at the Bevin Bell Factory in East Hampton.
The Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Company was founded in 1832 and it is the only remaining bell factory in the United States.
Bevin Bell Factory Before & After.
Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Co.
Sen Richard Blumenthal joined the president of the Bevin .
Gives $100k to Bevin after fire.
The blaze at the Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Co.
Evan Bevins (, The Marietta Times.
The petition drive, which seeks to put zoning decisions in Almond 's and Councilwoman Cathy Bevins' districts on the 2014 ballot, has ties to politically connected developers Howard Brown and the Cordish Cos.
Referendum drives target Almond 's, Bevins' districts.
It was 9-year-old Destiny Bevins' Christmas wish -- to help the homeless.
Matt Bevin stands by the remains of his family's factory destroyed by fire in East Hampton, Conn.
A red Salvation Arm bell sits on a table at a the temporary site of the Bevin Bros manufacturing in East Hampton, Conn.
It was 9-year-old Destiny Bevins' Christmas wish -- to help the homeless .