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Stratton

[strat-n] /ˈstræt n/
noun
1.
Charles Sherwood ("General Tom Thumb") 1838–83, U.S. midget who performed in the circus of P. T. Barnum.
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  • The foreman, who had not spoken, sat motionless on the further side of the table regarding Stratton steadily.

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  • Stratton crossed the threshold, instinctively removing his hat.

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  • “We will take him across to France first,” said Stratton, emphasising the first word.

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  • Slipping to the ground, Bud ran toward him, with Stratton close behind.

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  • It is only from a friend who is just round the corner in Stratton Street.

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  • Stratton followed her into the living-room, where she paused and glanced back at him.

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  • Stratton watched him impatiently, a faint flush staining his clear, curiously white skin.

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  • Suppose, for instance, that by next morning Stratton had disappeared.

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  • A sudden chill swept over Stratton, and for a moment he was stricken speechless.

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