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Sturges

[stur-jis] /ˈstɜr dʒɪs/
noun
1.
Preston, 1898–1959, U.S. playwright and screenwriter.
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  • The train by which he went met with a fearful accident, and Mr. Sturges was killed in an instant.

    Lily Norris' Enemy Joanna Mathews
  • Both Lieutenants Baldwin and Sturges acted with great coolness and bravery.

    Our Battery Orlando P. Cutter
  • Have been kindly received by my Quaker friends, the Sturges.

    The Story of My Life Egerton Ryerson
  • But Mr. Sturges has preserved flavor and juices in this collection.

  • Never was a more unpunctual, a more dilatory boy than Will Sturges used to be.

    Lily Norris' Enemy Joanna Mathews
  • Surely Christ, and not he, Sturges Owen, had been moulded in such manner.

  • During this session a committee on the poor-laws, with Mr. Sturges Bourne for its chairman, was appointed.

  • Dartmouth College, Sturges and Crowninshield, et cetera, have all been demolished.

  • But Claflin, after getting four around Sturges, punted out of danger to Brimfield's forty-seven.

    Left Guard Gilbert Ralph Henry Barbour
  • It needed a great mind to straighten out its problems, and Mr. Sturges thought that his son-in-law had that mind.

    The Way to the West Emerson Hough

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