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Reuther

[roo-ther] /ˈru θər/
noun
1.
Walter Philip, 1907–70, U.S. labor leader: president of the UAW 1946–70; president of the CIO 1952–55.
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  • But she forgot gratitude and every lesser emotion in watching Reuther's expression as the two came up the path.

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  • But her purpose had been accomplished, or would be when once this letter reached Reuther.

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  • He felt the shame of it himself; also the folly of his own methods and of the part he had allowed Reuther to play.

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  • There was a room on this upper floor into which neither she nor Reuther had ever stepped.

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  • But Reuther had shrunk before it more than once—the gentle Reuther, who was the refined, the etherealised picture of himself.

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  • Reuther began to notice her pallor, and the judge to look grave.

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  • Reuther betrays no knowledge of you or of your habits, and has never expressed but one curiosity in your regard.

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  • There was but one person whose disgrace could consume Reuther.

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  • It was not until they were well upon the road back that Reuther ventured to speak of Oliver.

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