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Menzies

[men-zeez] /ˈmɛn ziz/
noun
1.
Sir Robert Gordon, 1894–1978, Australian statesman: prime minister 1939–41 and 1949–1966.
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  • “And perhaps they will take consolation from your company, Father 101Cleary,” he added, when Menzies had left the room.

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  • Menzies nodded as if satisfied and the conversation became general.

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  • Menzies, having the shorter journey, insisted on taking less men, and I reluctantly yielded.

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  • Is it possible that Mrs. Menzies allowed you to do this rash thing?

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  • The most striking of these to the traveler is the Menzies arbutus, or madrona, as it is popularly called in California.

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  • But at last Menzies stopped, and called in a low voice that he had come to the end.

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  • “Mr. Menzies, will you speak to the women before you go,” said the factor.

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  • You see, Menzies was my friend, and one of the finest fellows that ever lived.

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Menzies

/ˈmɛnzɪz/
noun
1.
Sir Robert Gordon. 1894–1978, Australian statesman; prime minister (1939–41; 1949–66)
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