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  • n  a very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal)
    his bellow filled the hallway
  • n  United States author (born in Canada) whose novels influenced American literature after World War II (1915-2005)
  • v  shout loudly and without restraint
  • v  make a loud noise, as of animal
    The bull bellowed

  • The heart is self-evidently a pump; the lungs are clearly bellows.
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  • Today in history: June 15, 2013
    In 1913: Ten barrels of Bohemian beer arrived in Happy Camp by pack train the previous Saturday night. The next day everybody in the town was drunk, five or six men and a few boys excepted. As a climax, Will Bellew took five shots at N.B. Baker. Bellow was of unsteady aim and he missed Baker every time.
    June 15, 2013 - The Record Searchlight

  • Philip Roth in FOXNews
    To my mind, Saul Bellow and William Faulkner form the backbone of 20th-century American literature,Roth said in a statement given to The Associated Press.
  • Jonathan Franzen in USA Today
    The extreme margins of the stable, familiar world of Saul Bellow - and of most novelists, including me - are at the extreme normal end of Mr. Purdy's world,Franzen said during a formal ceremony in Manhattan. "He takes up where the rest of...

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