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[zheel-sawn] /ʒilˈsɔ̃/
Étienne Henry
[ey-tyen ahn-ree] /eɪˈtyɛn ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA),
1884–1978, French historian. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Doc stayed after it was over and had a talk with Gilson, and of course he got converted, like he always did.

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  • "I had such a good time with Amy Dorrance," said Mrs. Gilson.

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  • The next two days I devoted to a closer acquaintance with Mrs. Gilson.

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  • He was walking through the gate in the Gilson hedge at one minute to four.

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  • The constable, with others, went there, and it was found that Gilson had spoken the truth.

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  • Mrs. Gilson was droning, "I do think Mattie Vincent is so nice."

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  • I'm crazy with this puttering around, trying to woo you and having to woo the entire Gilson tribe.

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  • "How do you do, Aunt Harriet," remarked Mrs. Gilson, with great lack of warmth.

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  • When he knew Peter Judd was dead, Gilson would guess who had killed him.

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  • Claire was the cheerful undertaker, Mrs. Gilson the grief-stricken widow.

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