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Osborne

[oz-bern, ‐bawrn, ‐bohrn] /ˈɒz bərn, ‐bɔrn, ‐boʊrn/
noun
1.
John (James) 1929–94, English playwright.
2.
Thomas Mott, 1859–1926, U.S. prison reformer.
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  • The library of Hearne was sold in February, 1736, by Osborne the book-seller; "the lowest price being marked in each book."

    Bibliomania; or Book-Madness Thomas Frognall Dibdin
  • But be sure to get a written acknowledgment on each mortgage from Osborne.

    Dust Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman-Julius
  • Mr. Osborne glanced hastily round him, and then bent forward to me.

    The Days of My Life Mrs. Oliphant
  • Mr Osborne stood before me, scrutinizing me with severe grey eyes.

    Wilfrid Cumbermede George MacDonald
  • "The bolt of the scuttle is broken, just as Osborne said," he reported.

    Ashton-Kirk, Investigator John T. McIntyre
British Dictionary definitions for Osborne

Osborne

/ˈɒzbən; -ˌbɔːn/
noun
1.
John (James). 1929–94, British dramatist. His plays include Look Back in Anger (1956), containing the prototype of the angry young man, Jimmy Porter, The Entertainer (1957), and Inadmissible Evidence (1964)
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