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Saunders

/ˈsɔːndəz/
noun
1.
Dame Cicely. 1918–2005, British philanthropist: founded St Christopher's Hospice in 1967 for the care of the terminally ill, upon which the modern hospice movement is modelled. Her books include Living with Dying (1983)
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  • “Give him a lance-thrust, Amos,” cried saunders, reloading his piece.

    The World of Ice R.M. Ballantyne
  • saunders was a bachelor of fifty and a misogynist by repute.

  • Jim Lee turned to Mrs. saunders who nodded her head to continue.

  • With this terrible ultimatum dinging in his ears saunders fled.

  • I will admit that the situation in the state has been a little slippery, as saunders has said.

    The Landloper Holman Day

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