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Erikson

[er-ik-suh n] /ˈɛr ɪk sən/
noun
1.
Erik (Homburger)
[hom-bur-ger] /ˈhɒm bɜr gər/ (Show IPA),
1902–94, U.S. psychoanalyst, born in Germany.
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  • Across meadows, over ditches, and at last up rather a steep ascent wound the way to Widow Erikson's cottage.

  • As Dr. Erikson has pointed out, he can be both a leader and a follower.

    Herein is Love Reuel L. Howe
  • The Erikson woman got hold of the Manager on the stairs while he was going to his lunch.

    Crimes of Charity Konrad Bercovici
  • On Mrs. Erikson it was probably worked as a punishment also.

    Crimes of Charity Konrad Bercovici
  • He took the automatic from his jumper and leveled it at Erikson's chest.

    Turning Point Alfred Coppel
  • You can't keep Erikson out, and the Council of Ten has left us on our own.

    Turning Point Alfred Coppel
  • The statement was redundant with the propaganda that Erikson's nightriders peddled on every street corner.

    Turning Point Alfred Coppel
  • Has it occurred to you that our whole culture might collapse if Erikson has his way?

    Turning Point Alfred Coppel
  • "I will try one last attempt at reason, Erikson," Merrick said deliberately.

    Turning Point Alfred Coppel

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