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Dillon

[dil-uh n] /ˈdɪl ən/
noun
1.
C(larence) Douglas, 1909–1979, U.S. lawyer and government official, born in Switzerland: Secretary of the Treasury 1961–65.
2.
John Forrest, 1831–1914, U.S. jurist and legal scholar.
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  • Mrs. Dillon started and turned pale as the door softly opened, and Annorah herself, unobserved by the priest, came in.

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  • The first social vision of my life I had through Dillon's field glass.

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  • Dillon reeled, steadied himself, and sank upon his knees by the couch.

  • It's just for them and their children that fellows like Dillon are on the job—to make a better harbor!

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  • Captain Dillon left for Nashville this P. M. after artillery equipment.

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