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Symington

[sahy-ming-tuh n] /ˈsaɪ mɪŋ tən/
noun
1.
(William) Stuart, 1901–1988, U.S. politician: senator 1952–77.
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  • Symington by the steamship stretched one arm of it over the water; Stephenson by the locomotive stretched the other over Pg.

    James Watt Andrew Carnegie
  • Yet if integration under Symington was slow, it was also inevitable.

  • If he is not better when he comes down-stairs, I think I must send for the doctor, Symington.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant
  • Watt and Symington were born in Scotland within a few miles of each other.

    James Watt Andrew Carnegie
  • One of them knocked the ashes from his pipe and Symington saw the sparks float down.

    Princeton Stories Jesse Lynch Williams
  • "It is like a fever coming on," she said to Symington, with whom alone she could take any counsel.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant
  • Symington would have liked to explore the rest of the club-house, though of course he did not say so.

    Princeton Stories Jesse Lynch Williams
  • Symington did not know which his young master resembled the most.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant
  • Symington's experiments have shown that in the average adult 130 lb.

  • Symington had been bringing in the tea while Miss Herbert discoursed.

    The Wizard's Son, Vol. 2(of 3) Margaret Oliphant

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