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Eldredge
  (ěl'drědj)   
American paleontologist who with Stephen Jay Gould developed the theory of punctuated equilibrium in 1972.
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  • I did not go home for lunch, but sent Sam over to eldredge's store for canned ham and crackers which I ate at my desk.

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  • "How d'ye do, eldredge," was the great man's salutation, not at all effusive.

    The Rise of Roscoe Paine Joseph C. Lincoln
  • Then, to eldredge in an imploring whisper: Shut up, will you?

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  • What are you going to do when that eldredge guy comes at you?

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  • eldredge was backing away toward the corner of the shed, Rogers a good two yards in the lead.

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  • eldredge had been rude to him, he had been rude to eldredge, eldredge had struck him, he had struck eldredge.

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  • eldredge shall have had an Italian mother, and shall have the personal characteristics of an Italian.

    Sketches and Studies Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Nor did Dr. eldredge turn a deaf ear, or pass by on the other side.

  • Possibly the daughter of eldredge may be a girl not yet in her teens, for whom Alice has the affection of an elder sister.

    Sketches and Studies Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • "An American," repeated Mr. eldredge, looking curiously at him.

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