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Harkins

[hahr-kinz] /ˈhɑr kɪnz/
noun
1.
William Draper, 1873–1951, U.S. chemist.
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  • Harkins steered him up against nearly everything in those first few days and he never fell down.

    The Lash Olin L. Lyman
  • Mr. Fairchild, who is Mr. Harkins' partner, is here to appear as bondsman.

    The Cross-Cut Courtney Ryley Cooper
  • "He could easily have sent word," doubtfully rejoined Harkins.

    The Lash Olin L. Lyman
  • Unlike the early explorer young Harkins determined to do something about it.

    Blue Ridge Country Jean Thomas
  • Then you would have no objections to joining the company that I spoke of to Harkins?

  • We will take you to Ninety-Six in company with Harkins, anyhow.

  • "The lecture, Mr. Harkins," said he, with a thrill of secret pride.

    The Lash Olin L. Lyman
  • He was at Harkins cabin when we got there, and so we brought him along.

  • Harkins involuntarily thrust his hand into his trousers pocket.

    The Lash Olin L. Lyman

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