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Holbrook

[hohl-broo k] /ˈhoʊl brʊk/
noun
1.
Stewart H(all) 1893–1964, U.S. historian and editor.
2.
a city on central Long Island, in SE New York.
3.
a city in E Massachusetts.
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  • How did Mr. Holbrook know so well what Kitty needed to help her?

  • Mr. Holbrook took from his pocket a small, red-covered book, and held it up.

  • "'Help Thou mine unbelief,'" was Mr. Holbrook's prayer just then.

  • "So do I, Edward," answered Mr. Holbrook gently, even tenderly.

  • No one either at Lidford or Fairleigh had ever heard of Mr. Holbrook.

    Fenton's Quest M. E. Braddon
  • They were very near the corner where Mr. Holbrook must leave them.

  • I have thought of every word and every look of Mr. Holbrook's in the past, and all my thoughts have pointed one way.

    Fenton's Quest M. E. Braddon
  • But, Mr. Holbrook, if I did that, it would have to be in school.

  • And Mr. Holbrook, I'm sorry that there has been any trouble.

    The Mark of the Knife Clayton H. Ernst

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