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Clarkson

/ˈklɑːksən/
noun
1.
Thomas. 1760–1846, British campaigner for the abolition of slavery
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  • clarkson's work had been well done; and his second victim was past all human aid.

    A Canadian Heroine, Volume 2 Mrs. Harry Coghill
  • The followers of Wilberforce and of clarkson were jealous of each other.

  • My annoyance comes from your friend, Mr. clarkson, who had the impudence to address me in the lobby of the House.

    Phineas Finn Anthony Trollope
  • Mrs. clarkson has already spoken to me, though only in a whisper.

    Stingaree E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
  • We first rested in the large boathouse, then under a furze bush opposite Mr. clarkson's.

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