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Baum

 (bôm, bäm), Lyman Frank 1856-1919.
American writer known especially for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) and 13 other Oz stories, including Ozma of Oz (1907).

Baum

(bɔːm; bɑːm)
n
(Biography) L(yman) Frank. 1856–1919, US novelist, author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) and its sequels

Baum

(bɔm, bɑm)

n.
L(yman) Frank, 1856–1919, U.S. author.
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References in classic literature ?
Frank Baum and his correspondents," for I have used many suggestions conveyed to me in letters from children.
A devout individual, Baum was born and raised in La Grande; his family has been in Northeast Oregon since 1843.
But the IPCC issued a raft of recommendations to the force after it found Miss Baum first contacted police on April 24 2016 to report she had been assaulted by 25-year-old Davies.
The IPCC investigation also examined contact police had concerning Miss Baum on three previous occasions, all believed to be related to domestic disputes.
Mr Baum, who was born in Middlesbrough, bought his first property in North Ormesby in 1949, a little shop in Smeaton Street selling paraffin.
Baum and Co brand being retained for a transitional period.
In fact, Baum uses some of these concepts in his memoir, The Oil Has Not Run Dry: The Story of My Theological Pathway.
It is believed Ms Baum contacted the police on three occasions.
Patrick Forkin, Danny Spitz, Brad Teitelbaum and Greg Dietz from Baum Realty's Investment Sales team represented the seller, a private East-Coast owner.
Baum will be responsible for setting strategy and focus to help facilitate the continued growth of NorthStar and its subsidiaries.
Private Label a[umlaut] Store Brands asked Baum to discuss what's going on in the store brand industry overall -- and where he sees opportunities for future growth.
While hate-spewing, paranoid extremists exist, Baum argues, they should not be allowed to hijack this debate.