Results for: Bob Luman

In Grammar

What about Bob?

The psychiatrist thinks that Bob is the crazy one. See link below. WHAT ABOUT BOB? What about Bob? I was wondering the same thing. He went to the hardware store and neve (MORE)
In Music Genres

How do you get a bob?

you go to the hair dressers and get your hair cutt off or you can get a brother named bob XD
In Grammar

Why Bob and her and not Bob and she?

Both terms can be correct depending on the use. At an early age, we have it drummed into us to say "Bob and I" or "Bob and she". It is not always correct. Compare these sente (MORE)
In Definitions

What is a bob?

There are many definitions, a bob can be: . A haircut . To move ones head . Part of a pendulum . The tied tail of a horse. . A short line - of a poem. . The runner on (MORE)
In Grammar

Do you say 'he and Bob' or 'him and Bob'?

It would depend on the sentence. Use "He and Bob" any place you would use "he" and "Him and Bob" any place you would use Him... Examples: "He and Bob went to the store." (MORE)
In Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages

How old is Bob Luman?

Bob Luman was born on April 15, 1937 and died on December 27, 1978. Bob Luman would have been 41 years old at the time of death or 78 years old today.
In Grammar

What are bob?

In Britain, it's a slang term for a schilling. In the field of physics, it's the weight at the end of a pendulum.
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

What has the author Anson Luman Clark written?

Anson Luman Clark has written: 'A treatise on the medical and surgical diseases of women' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Diseases, Gynecology, Women
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

What has the author F Luman Robison written?

F. Luman Robison has written: 'Floods in New York, 1967' -- subject(s): Floods 'Maximum known discharges of New York streams' -- subject(s): Stream measurements 'Floods (MORE)
In Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

What has the author Luman Harris Tenney written?

Luman Harris Tenney has written: 'War diary of Luman Harris Tenney, 1861-1865' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Personal narratives, History