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Hamlyn

/ˈhæmlɪn/
noun
1.
Baron Paul. 1926–2001, British businessman and publisher
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  • “A fine old place,” cried Mr. hamlyn, regarding the mansion before him.

    Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
  • In the following spring Mr. hamlyn had to go to the West Indies.

    Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
  • "It is from Peveril," said Mr. hamlyn, producing the letter he had spoken of from his pocket.

    The Argosy Various
  • Suddenly hamlyn struck the table a sounding blow with his fist.

    A Lost Cause Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  • Fred Allerton could see the great old elms that surrounded hamlyn's Purlieu; and his eyes were fixed steadily upon them.

    The Explorer W. Somerset Maugham
  • Let me read you the concluding portion of Mr. hamlyn's article.

    A Lost Cause Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  • Mrs. hamlyn gave him his tea in silence, and buttered a dainty bit of toast to tempt him to eat.

    Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
  • "There's a good balance in the bank, of course," hamlyn said.

    A Lost Cause Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  • “I believe it is this house she is gazing at so attentively—and at me,” thought Mrs. hamlyn.

    Johnny Ludlow, Sixth Series Mrs. Henry Wood
  • The Archbishop looked steadfastly at hamlyn for a few seconds.

    A Lost Cause Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

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