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Milner

[mil-ner] /ˈmɪl nər/
noun
1.
Alfred, 1st Viscount, 1854–1925, British statesman and colonial administrator.
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  • Another anecdote or two of Milner, and I have done with him.

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  • Her Miss Milner is an original and brilliant creation, compact of charm and life.

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  • Dorriforth immediately came in, and went eagerly to Miss Milner.

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  • Miss Milner and Miss Woodley turned aside to conceal their tears.

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  • It was an enterprise in which he succeeded with Miss Milner even beyond his most sanguine wish.

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  • While Miss Milner, without uttering one word, sunk speechless on the floor.

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  • Of the many restless nights that Miss Milner passed, this was not one.

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  • Miss Milner, not having spirits to go abroad, passed the evening at home.

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  • Dr. Milner was suffering under severe illness, and Goldsmith's services were accepted.

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