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  • G. F. Babbitt, Prominent Ziptown Realtor, Keynoter in Fine Address.
  • But he went more regularly to the Elks; at a Chamber of Commerce luncheon he was oratorical regarding the wickedness of strikes; and again he saw himself as a Prominent Citizen.
  • Tanis tells me you’re a very prominent man, and I’m honored by being allowed to drive with you.
  • But in nothing was he more clearly revealed as the Prominent Citizen than in his lecture on "Brass Tacks Facts on Real Estate," as delivered before the class in Sales Methods at the Zenith Y.M.C.A. The Advocate-Times reported the lecture so fully that Vergil Gunch said to Babbitt, "You’re getting to be one of the classiest spellbinders in town.

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  • She is a prominent member of our community.
  • The committee has many prominent members, so its findings will be respected.

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