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Phil·lips

(fil'ēps),
Charles, French urologist, 1809-1871. See: Phillips catheter.
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Phillips was back in the corner explaining a problem in algebra to Prissy Andrews and the rest of the scholars were doing pretty much as they pleased eating green apples, whispering, drawing pictures on their slates, and driving crickets harnessed to strings, up and down aisle.
Phillips stalked down the aisle and laid his hand heavily on Anne's shoulder.
Phillips took a chalk crayon and wrote on the blackboard above her head.
Phillips emerging therefrom they ran for the schoolhouse; but the distance being about three times longer than Mr.
Phillips was seized with one of his spasmodic fits of reform and announced before going home to dinner, that he should expect to find all the scholars in their seats when he returned.
Phillips called the history class out Anne should have gone, but Anne did not move, and Mr.
Phillips will make me sit with that horrid Gertie Pye--I know he will because she is sitting alone.
Phillips again; she told Marilla so when she got home.
Phillips has been carrying matters with a rather high hand.
Growing up in Santa Cruz, Phillips said, he dropped out of high school his senior year and spent time traveling and waiting tables, but knew as a child he would become an inventor.
Richard Stanton-Jones, 16-year veteran of Phillips International, has struck out on his own with the formation of Jump Responses Inc.
NEW YORK, April 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Phillips Petroleum Company (NYSE: P) and Sumitomo Chemical Company Ltd.