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Synonyms for Aaron

United States professional baseball player who hit more home runs than Babe Ruth (born in 1934)

(Old Testament) elder brother of Moses and first high priest of the Israelites

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They were not used to kill Sir Aaron, but to save him.
Mr Aaron,' said Eugene, when they were left together in the street, 'with many thanks for your company, it remains for me unwillingly to say Farewell.
Mr Aaron,' returned Eugene, 'I give you good night, and I wish
Aaron Jungreis represented both parties in the transaction;
AARON AND MELANIE FERGUSON HAVE taken solid steps toward building the $1 million retirement cache they are determined to create in 20 years.
Hank Aaron and the Home Run That Changed America by Tom Stanton William Morrow, April 2004 $23.
When she was growing up in Gainesville, Georgia, in the 1960s, Lynn Aaron wanted to be a ballerina.
Newcomers Aaron Shust and Leeland each garnered five nominations.
Ballinderry Shamrocks GFC posted on Facebook yesterday: "Best wishes to our senior player Aaron Devlin who is in hospital at present.
FOR HIS 27TH BIRTHDAY, Aaron Lay, lead singer of Billy Reese Peters, found himself in Las Vegas--naked except for captain's hat and glasses--in a bathtub full of beers and ice.
Two of his schoolmates, Aaron Gonzalez and Breana Davis, are finalists at the state level and will go on to compete for top honors May 6-7-8 in San Diego.
Medallion Financial Corporation announced that Henry "Hank" Aaron would join its Board of Directors.
At Hank Aaron BMW (part of the Hank Aaron Automotive Group, No.
First there is the story of 13-year-old Aaron Vays, which was told in the August 4 Sunday magazine of The New York Times.