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Barron

[bar-uh n] /ˈbær ən/
noun
1.
Clarence Walker, 1855–1928, U.S. financial publisher.
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  • Mr. Wood looked very thoughtful when he got this letter, then he said, "Harry, how long is it since Barron ran away?"

    Beautiful Joe Marshall Saunders
  • You might tell Mr. Barron there was nothing in the dairy windows.

    Dolly Reforming Herself Henry Arthur Jones
  • Barron's refusal to allow a search made of his vessel while she was in port had been backed up by the United States Government.

  • Barron was out, but he saw through the glass door that Callie was idle.

    Halsey & Co. H. K. Shackleford
  • His pain was so great that after a few paces he sank exhausted, near where Barron was stretched on the ground.

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