Maddox


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Mad·dox

(mad'ŏks),
Ernest E., English ophthalmologist, 1860-1933. See: Maddox rod.
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I could name, at this moment, at least six young men within six miles of us, who are wild to be admitted into our company, and there are one or two that would not disgrace us: I should not be afraid to trust either of the Olivers or Charles Maddox. Tom Oliver is a very clever fellow, and Charles Maddox is as gentlemanlike a man as you will see anywhere, so I will take my horse early to-morrow morning and ride over to Stoke, and settle with one of them."
Charles Maddox dined at my sister's one day, did not he, Henry?
Maddox that I shall shorten some of his speeches, and a great many of my own, before we rehearse together.
Angelia Jolie and her son Maddox flew to South Korea on Aug.
AKallum Maddox, 19, "completely lost it" after being informed his partner had drunk a pint of bleach, a court was told.
Angelina Jolie may be a superstar but she became just a regular mother while dropping her eldest son, Maddox Jolie-Pitt, off to college.
TRANMERE have completed the seasonlong loan acquisition of 20-year-old attacking midfielder Jacob Maddox from Chelsea.
He was greeted to the sight of a horse running off before coming across the man caught on camera, Lonnie Maddox.
Brenda Maddox, an esteemed biographer who wrote about the lives of actors, poets and scientists, has died at the age of 87.
Christian Maddox has been a traveler of sorts -- both geographically and football position-wise.
Brightway Adds Staplin as In-House Counsel, Promotes Maddox, Pollard
25, he hosted them again, but this time, Maddox and Pax, 15, missed the reunion.