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Knopf

[knopf] /knɒpf/
noun
1.
Alfred A(braham) 1892–1984, U.S. publisher.
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  • As for any hint of suspicion falling even remotely upon the man, the very idea appeared to Mr. Knopf absolutely preposterous.

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  • The Allen window tent is on the same order as Knopf's, the difference being chiefly in size.

  • However, Mr. Knopf insisted on talking to Mr. Howard through his bath-room door.

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  • He himself had been in Mr. Knopf's employ over fifteen years, and was his only indoor servant.

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  • He must have Mr. Knopf's diamonds about him at this moment.'

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