Definition of Bing crosby

1. Noun. United States singer and film actor (1904-1977).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bing Crosby

Billy Yank
Billy no mates
Billybob
Billyjean
Biloxi
Biloxian
Biloxians
Binet
Binet-Simon scale
Binet age
Binet scale
Binet test
Binetian
Bing
Bing's reflex
Bing Crosby
Bingham flow
Bingham model
Bingham plastic
Binghamton
Binkie
Binks
Binn's bacterium
Binz' test
Bio
Bioconductor
Bioko
Biondi

Literary usage of Bing crosby

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1. Canada: Pacific Coast, the Rockies, Prairie Provinces, and the Territories by Nicola Förg (1998)
"So photogenic is the Jasper Park Lodge that it's served as the setting for several movies: The Emperor Waltz, starring bing crosby and Joan Fontaine, ..."

2. Golf Resorts: Where to Play in the USA, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean by Jim Nicol, Barbara Nicol (2001)
"... Beach was the home of the bing crosby Tournament. It is now the location of the AT&T Pebble Beach National. If you are a guest of the Lodge, ..."

3. Skill in Communication: A Vital Element in Effective Management by David D. Acker (1994)
"... record television (TV) images 1951 bing crosby Enterprises demonstrated the first working magnetic video tape recorder 1954 Color television introduced ..."

4. Smoke and Mirrors: The Canadian Tobacco War by Rob Cunningham (1996)
"339'628' During the 1950s, Ronald Reagan, Bob Hope, bing crosby, and other celebrities appeared in ads endorsing cigarettes. In 1954, Canada's Department of ..."

5. Thailand by Christopher Evans, Lindsey Evans (2005)
"One truly cosmopolitan touch: Heard over the holidays at the Italian restaurant at the Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok — bing crosby singing White Christmas. ..."

6. Rediscovering America: Exploring the Small Towns of Virginia & Maryland by William J. Burnham, Mary K. Burnham (2002)
"Lappen eagerly points to the spot where bing crosby stood and sang the first stanza of White Christmas to Pamela Lappen in the late 1970s. ..."

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