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Ballard (ˈbælɑːd Pronunciation for Ballard

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noun

  1. J(ames) G(raham). 1930–2009, British novelist, born in China; his books include Crash (1973), The Unlimited Dream Company (1979), Empire of the Sun (1984), Cocaine Nights (1996), and Super-Cannes (2000)

Example Sentences Including 'Ballard'

All he needed now was old Ballard and Reggie Boothe starting a revolt by the wets.
Parkes, Roger Riot
Ballard said the experience was `like working inside a Swiss watch".
Eaton, John P & Haas, Charles A Titanic - Destination disaster
Even Reliance Centre at Ballard Pier, which retains the buildings heritage values without any compromise on functionality.
Business Today (2002)
It really is time Ballard stopped being the greatest unread English writer.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
It was, according to Mr Ballard (61) a truly cataclysmic event.
Belfast Telegraph (2003)
Smythe died later that year, but owning the "cash box on Carlton Street "still wasn't enough for Ballard.
Globe and Mail (2003)
So far the only item disposed of with unanimity had been Ned Ballard 's round of pints.
Parkes, Roger Riot
The consensus among analysts polled by Thomson Financial/ First Call was that Ballard would report a first-quarter loss of 27 cents a share.
Globe and Mail (2003)
They learned, for example, that Mrs Sarah Ballard had had a letter this morning from her son in the Gulf.
Hilton, John Buxton The Innocents at Home (A Superintendent Kenworthy novel)

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