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Dubois

(djuːˈbwɑː)
n
(Biography) W(illiam) E(dward) B(urghardt). 1868–1963, US Black sociologist, writer, and political activist; a founder of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
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Dubois, you know Miss Semiramis Wilcox, don't you?"
May I relate the idyl of your tragic passion, dear Dubois, as an object lesson?"
Often, just as he was beginning to understand the idea in the mind of anyone he was talking to, and was beginning to explain his own, he would suddenly be told: "But Kauffmann, but Jones, but Dubois, but Michelli?
Blessed be Sargent, Ahrens, and the Dubois brothers, who invented the cloud-breakers of the world whereby we travel in security!
With her new shop, DuBois has created what's essentially a 400-square-foot closet of made-in-the-U.K.
Joshua Dubois, former head of the White House Office of Faith-Based Initiatives and Community Partnerships, recently lashed out at President Barack Obama's administration, implying that Obama doesn't appropriately respect religious liberty.
That's because 'gift queen to the stars' Nathalie Dubois is flying in an eyelash extensions expert to the French Riviera, all the way from Japan.
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3 ( ANI ): Joshua DuBois, a 30-year-old Pentecostal minister and spiritual adviser to President Barack Obama, is moving on from politics and has witnessed the power of Christian faith inside the White House where he served.
Joshua DuBois has stepped down from the White House's Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, leaving a vacancy at a key federal department.
By Thomas David DuBois. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, xii+ 259 pages, ISBN 987-1107400405 (paperback), ISBN 978-1107008090 (cloth) $81.00.