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[yoo-ing] /ˈyu ɪŋ/
a township in W New Jersey. Unabridged
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  • Ewing shot another look at Teevan, and then said, almost as if to himself.

    Ewing\'s Lady Harry Leon Wilson
  • Ewing is for him, and he is only not appointed yet because Old Zach.

  • Enlightened at last, Ewing joined in the applause, amid which Chalmers resumed his seat.

    Ewing\'s Lady Harry Leon Wilson
  • So they went out to where the children were at play, but Mr. Ewing was undecided.

    Life of Wm. Tecumseh Sherman. W. Fletcher Johnson
  • They made him date it ahead, too, so that it would appear to have been executed after Ewing came of age.

    A Man of Honor George Cary Eggleston
  • Ewing followed, and between them they fought and overcame the fire.

    Huts in Hell Daniel A. Poling
  • Ewing, with barely a tenth as many troops, went to the front and heroically engaged the enemy.

    The Abolitionists John F. Hume
Ewing in Medicine

Ewing Ew·ing (yōō'ĭng), James. 1866-1943.

American pathologist. An authority on cancer, he established oncology as a clinical specialty.

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