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Roorbach
Roorback Roor"back, Roorbach Roor"bach, n. A defamatory forgery or falsehood published for purposes of political intrigue. [U.S.] Note: The word originated in the election canvass of 1844, when such a forgery was published, to the detriment of James K. Polk, a candidate for President, purporting to be an extract from the ``Travels of Baron Roorbach.'

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- Eloise Roorbach (April 17, 1868 – February 16, 1961) was an American artist, writer, editor, and critic. Eloise Jenkins was born in Lincoln, Illinois,...
- Bill Roorbach (born August, 1953 Chicago, Illinois) is an American novelist, short story and nature writer, memoirist, journalist, blogger and critic....
- Orville Augustus Roorbach was an American publisher and bibliographer. Roorbach was born in Red Hook, Dutchess County, New York, on January 20, 1803; died...
- families due to its cost. "John Martin" was the pseudonym of Morgan van Roorbach Shepard (April 8, 1865–May 16, 1947). He was born in Brooklyn, New York...
- Duyckinck, Collins & Co., Collins & Hannay, G. & C. Carvill, and O. A. Roorbach.as mentioned in the scriptures Sophocles, Fragments, Edited and translated...
- Harbinger Hall is a short story by Bill Roorbach. It is about a boy who sends a false letter to his teacher, claiming to be moving, and the proceeds to...
- Shakespeare Water Cure: A Burlesque Comedy in Three Acts. New York: Harold Roorbach. Retrieved 6 December 2009. Full text at Internet Archive (archive.org)...
- interests and institutions in the global economy; Harlow: Longman, 2007 Roorbach, G., Tariffs and Trade Barriers in Relation to International Trade; Proceedings...
- Shakespeare Water Cure: A Burlesque Comedy in Three Acts. New York: Harold Roorbach. Retrieved 6 December 2009. Full text at Internet Archive (archive.org)...
- Pratson (Hartford) Annie Proulx (Norwich) Luanne Rice (New Britain) Bill Roorbach (New Canaan) Philip Roth (Warren) Acharya S (Avon) Vincent Scully (New...
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