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use "rebus" in a sentence

Brian's girlfriend, Nell Stapleton, tells Rebus that Brian had a 'Black Book', a small notebook in which he kept interesting snippets of information.

His suspicions confirmed, Rebus goes to Eddie and Pat's flat, and finds the still living Eddie Ringan hiding there.

He is often linked
messed up."

The only interpolations in it which concern the story of Bathsheba are some verses in the early part of the twelfth chapter, that heighten the moral tone of Nathan's rebuke of David; according to Karl Budde ("S.

Yuwen next sent a letter to Houmochen to rebuke him, and when Houmochen did not answer, prepared to launch an attack on Houmochen.

The mural shows minority groups, a rebuke to racist attacks.

He soon became besotted with her, and ignored Chrissie's repeated attempts to rebuke him.

He twice incurred a well-merited rebuke from Henry III upon this subject; although it was left for Edward I to settle the question of principle in favour of the state.

20a); and once he ventured to convey a veiled rebuke to the patriarch for avarice ( Genesis Rabbah lxxviii.

On the last point, some more enterprising writers add a rebuke to Hitler for not having finished the job."

The nobles rebuke him for bringing shame to their class, the peasants for trying to deprive them of work, and the bishops for foolishly trying to take the world's suffering upon himself.

Clinton called the measure "a rebuke to what America stands for" and said it would be "an unworkable scheme to try to deport 11 million people, which you have to have a police state to try to do."

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