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Lomax

[loh-maks] /ˈloʊ mæks/
noun
1.
John Avery, 1867–1948, and his son, Alan, born 1915, U.S. folklorists.
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  • “Because I told him,” said Lomax, patting me on the shoulder.

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  • Lomax strode round the animal, examining it, and making remarks as he went on.

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  • Lomax, however, kept at a respectful distance until the march was resumed, when he took up the pursuit again.

    Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman J. H. (James Harvey) Kidd
  • Lomax drove his spade down into the ground and left it standing in the bed.

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  • We swam ashore, to reach it soon after Lomax, who had borne the white, limp figure we had rescued into the dressing shed.

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  • “Never mind who it is,” roared Lomax, literally tearing off his clothes.

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  • Phil Riggs broke the silence following our inspection of Lomax's cabin.

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Lomax

/ˈləʊmæks/
noun
1.
Alan. 1915–2002, and his father John Avery (ˈeɪvərɪ) (1867–1948), US folklorists
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