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Elkin

[el-kin] /ˈɛl kɪn/
noun
1.
Stanley, 1930–1995, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
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  • Sir Elkin's eyes passed on this question to the Police Sergeant and reverted to me.

    Foe-Farrell Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • Mr. Elkin Mathews is, as usual, to the fore in this department of Literature.

  • Elkin greeted Mr. Franklin respectfully when the great man joined the circle.

  • It was with a great effort that he kept himself from striking Elkin.

  • Elkin gave Boulatoff a stare of freezing irony, as who should say: What do you think of the assurance of this man?

  • Elkin had been expelled from the University for signing some sort of petition.

  • "Come in, and have a drink," said Elkin, when the colt had been stabled.

  • The only principle they care for, Elkin interposed, is, To the devil with all principles!

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