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Bel·la·my

 (bĕl′ə-mē), Edward 1850-1898.
American writer and utopian socialist who publicized his political views through his popular novel Looking Backward (1888).
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Bellamy

(ˈbɛləmɪ)
n
(Biography) David (James). born 1933, British botanist, writer, and broadcaster
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Bel•la•my

(ˈbɛl ə mi)

n.
Edward, 1850–98, U.S. author.
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References in classic literature ?
THE Members of a body of Socialists rose in insurrection against their Bellamy.
So, resolving to take no further action, they went away, and looking backward had the satisfaction to see the Bellamy compelled to sell his own book.
Bellamy says you'll do anything for HIM," Pandora said, smiling very sweetly at Mr.
FORMER Manchester City player Craig Bellamy has been banned from driving after overtaking a police car while under the influence.
CRAIG BELLAMY is in talks with Oxford to become their new manager, according to reports yesterday.
The designing daughters of the Novogratz family, Tallulah and Bellamy, both 17, reveal their tricks to divide and conquer.
BUZZING with talk, social media has gone into overdrive, as Cardiff City fans' call for the capital's favourite son, Craig Bellamy, to be installed as Bluebirds' manager this summer.
CRAIG Bellamy was the talking point amongst Cardiff City fans after his appearance in the director's box at the 2-0 victory over Reading sparked intense speculation.
Verdelle Bellamy was first in many things in her life.
CRAIG BELLAMY was once locked in a toilet on the Norwich City team bus for four hours because he was annoying his team-mates.
Why not?" declared Bellamy in typically ebullient fashion.