Lipton [lip-tuh n] Examples noun

  1. Seymour,1903–1986, U.S. sculptor.
  2. Sir Thomas John·stone [jon-stuh n, -suh n] /ˈdʒɒn stən, -sən/, 1850–1931, Scottish merchant and yacht racer.

Examples from the Web for lipton Contemporary Examples of lipton

  • The international model showcased her voice in an ad campaign for Lipton iced tea that appeared in Japan.

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    The Fashion Beast Team

    February 24, 2014

  • Even without the evidence marshaled by Bebchuk, Brav and Jiang, Lipton’s complaint was always a bit far-fetched.

    Welcome to the Golden Age of Activist Investors


    August 15, 2013

  • The crafty ones might make Lipton tea-bag earrings or festive patriotic embroidered sweaters.

    Tea Party Fashion

    Rebecca Dana

    April 14, 2010

  • Historical Examples of lipton

  • Lipton, Earle, and the staff came hurrying from the blockhouse.

    The Scarlet Lake Mystery

    Harold Leland Goodwin

  • Lipton’s place he frequented, and the Bowdoin House he could find.

    Felix O’Day

    F. Hopkinson Smith

  • A Lipton’s Tea ‘bus is the only one we can see plainly in this sort of weather, and so we always take it.

    Penelope’s English Experiences

    Kate Douglas Wiggin

  • When Salemina and I go into a cafe for tea we ask the young woman if they serve Lipton’s, and if they say yes, we take coffee.

    Penelope’s English Experiences

    Kate Douglas Wiggin

  • Befure we die, Sir Lipton’ll come over here f’r that Cup again an’ we’ll bate him be gettin’ out an overnight injunction.

    Mr. Dooley’s Philosophy

    Finley Peter Dunne

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