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Allingham

[al-ing-uh m] /ˈæl ɪŋ əm/
noun
1.
Margery, 1904–66, English mystery writer.
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  • Allingham prefers ligatures of horsehair in these operations, and mentions the carbolized catgut in preference to silk.

  • The chairman arose and shook Allingham's hand long and heartily.

    A Woman for Mayor Helen M. Winslow
  • "I must be going, too;" and Allingham followed, walking down street as far as his office.

    A Woman for Mayor Helen M. Winslow
  • "You'll both have to go back to Roma in this one," said Gertrude's chauffeur to Allingham.

    A Woman for Mayor Helen M. Winslow
  • But if an illustrator is wanted, I know one whose work is exquisite—Mrs. Allingham.

  • "You don't mean to say you were kidnaped, too," cried Allingham.

    A Woman for Mayor Helen M. Winslow
  • By this time they were upstairs and at Allingham's door, for they had not done their talking standing still.

    A Woman for Mayor Helen M. Winslow
  • "Just as I supposed my committee had sent for me," interposed Allingham.

    A Woman for Mayor Helen M. Winslow
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Allingham

/ˈælɪŋəm/
noun
1.
Margery. 1904–66, British author of detective stories, featuring Albert Campion. Her works include Tiger in the Smoke (1952) and The Mind Readers (1965)
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