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Horne

[hawrn] /hɔrn/
noun
1.
Lena, 1917–2010, U.S. singer and actress.
2.
Marilyn, born 1934, U.S. mezzo-soprano.
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  • Horne, the late Attorney-General, seems likely to fall between the stools.

    The Greville Memoirs Charles C. F. Greville
  • He then said he should make known his crime, but that did not frighten Horne.

    Bygone Punishments William Andrews
  • Shortly afterwards she kissed Mrs. Horne and rose to go to her own room.

    The Sheriff of Badger George B. Pattullo
  • This was in a case against the Rev. Horne Tooke, who, escaped with a fine of £200.

    Bygone Punishments William Andrews
  • Horne, to our surprise, enters, tastes a cup of tea and beats a hasty retreat.

    James Geikie Marion I. Newbigin

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