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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.
While hate-spewing, paranoid extremists exist, Baum argues, they should not be allowed to hijack this debate.
An article by Gregory Baum entitled "Vatican II--The Church in dialogue" appeared in the January-February issue of Scarboro Missions magazine.
Baum, now 87, served as one of the first experts for the Secretariat for the Promotion of Christian Unity, formed in preparation for the Second Vatican Council.
On September 25, 1954, she married William Martin Baum who preceded her in death on August 31, 1998.
It has been widely reported that Baum saw O-Z on a file cabinet, but this may be a myth (if O and Z are shifted backward one step in the alphabet, you get NY, the state where Baum was born and reared; if O and Z are shifted forward one step with Z joined to A, you arrive at PA, the state where Baum's successor, Ruth Plumly Thompson, lived)
The spat started last August after Cllr Baum got a minibus from Furlongs on behalf of Stockbridge Village Community Association and it started experiencing problems.
According to Baum, Chapman's father, a Russian diplomat, asked her to go to police with a fake passport an undercover FBI agent had given to her, leading to her arrest.
Rather than writing a biography, Schwartz writes what he calls "a transformation-of-consciousness story" (288) in which he says that Baum finally found "happiness and harmony" (296).
Frank Baum, best known for his children's classic "The Wizard of Oz", The Discontented Gopher is the story of Zikky the Gopher, who amazingly wins a fantastic golden ball and with it a difficult choice--riches or happiness?
Baum creates and combines pictorial elements in an additive and seemingly casual way, choosing not to integrate them fully.
At the hearing, Baum noted that there is much interest and concern about the EFC formula, so it must be addressed carefully.