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Redfield

[red-feeld] /ˈrɛdˌfild/
noun
1.
Robert, 1897–1958, American anthropologist.
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  • Redfield heard her coming and met her half-way, and with stately ceremony showed her a seat.

    Cavanagh: Forest Ranger Hamlin Garland
  • Cousin Redfield had often hung out the clothes on it himself.

    Hollow Tree Nights and Days Albert Bigelow Paine
  • There it is, thorn-mark and all, by the roadside, and at a stile—going to Redfield—probably to the station.

    The Red Triangle Arthur Morrison
  • She answered this call hurriedly, thinking at first that it must be Mrs. Redfield.

    Cavanagh: Forest Ranger Hamlin Garland
  • No man knows better the existence of these different currents than Mr. Redfield.

    The Philosophy of the Weather Thomas Belden Butler
  • Only the thought of Redfield and the chief nerved him for the long vigil.

    Cavanagh: Forest Ranger Hamlin Garland
  • Mr. Redfield and Mr. Burleson had been in Congress, but none of them had ever been a conspicuous figure in national politics.

  • At sunset Redfield returned, bringing with him medicines but no nurse.

    Cavanagh: Forest Ranger Hamlin Garland
  • Many storms have been investigated by Mr. Redfield, for the purpose of sustaining his theory.

    The Philosophy of the Weather Thomas Belden Butler

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