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Gannett

[gan-it] /ˈgæn ɪt/
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1.
Henry, 1846–1914, U.S. geographer and cartographer.
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  • Gannett was but twenty-four years old, and had been but one year in the active ministry, as the colleague of Dr. Channing.

    Unitarianism in America George Willis Cooke
  • A big Marspeaker ran out from the gate, and the voice of Gannett came over it.

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  • Used that, with a bit of my old reputation, to get your Mayor Gannett to give me the same from the Legals.

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  • Mrs. Gannett nodded, "He's awfully jealous of me," she said with a slight simper.

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  • Mr. Gannett is vice-president of the National Geographic Society and was one of the founders of the society in 1888.

    The North Pole Robert E. Peary

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