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Hardwick

[hahrd-wik] /ˈhɑrd wɪk/
noun
1.
Elizabeth, 1916–2007, U.S. novelist and critic.
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  • "Oh, I remember well enough," said Hardwick knitting his brows.

    The Power and the Glory Grace MacGowan Cooke
  • "Oh, I'll see to that," Mr. Hardwick assured her with resolute confidence.

  • Mr. Allen went off on business, and Hardwick stuck to his books as if his life depended on it.

    The Missing Tin Box Arthur M. Winfield
  • The porter led the way to Mr. Hardwick's room, and announced the visitor.

  • With all the money that is changing hands in the street, Hardwick won't wonder at your sudden raise or at my check.

  • Tell Mr. Hardwick that I shall be pleased to see him at any time.

  • And hard on the man's heels came Mr. Hardwick, a neighbour of my uncle's and a fellow J. P.

    Chronicles of Martin Hewitt Arthur Morrison
  • Corinne suspected by his lowered voice that Mr. Hardwick had walked into the lab.

    Weak on Square Roots Russell Burton
  • Mary was placed in the charge of Shrewsbury and his termagant spouse, Bess of Hardwick.

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