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Villard

[vi-lahr, -lahrd] /vɪˈlɑr, -ˈlɑrd/
noun
1.
Henry (Ferdinand Heinrich Gustav Hilgard) 1835–1900, U.S. railroad executive and publisher, born in Bavaria.
2.
Oswald Garrison, 1872–1949, U.S. journalist and author.
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  • After Villard's solemn declaration there followed a long pause.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Jeanne was spending Margot's birthday at the Villard apartment.

    Little Jeanne of France Madeline Brandeis
  • Villard has often been blamed and severely criticised, but he was not the only one to blame.

    Edison, His Life and Inventions Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
  • Why, Mr. Villard—why would you have done this, when at that time your zeal was at its height?

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Mr. Villard says: "April was for Brown another month of active solicitation of funds."

    John Brown, Soldier of Fortune Hill Peebles Wilson
  • "I shall esteem it a high privilege to visit you, often," replied Villard.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Villard, abstracted, had not even looked up from the desk where his eyes searched a document.

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Was he now loyal to all hands in the organization, and to Villard himself?

    Dreamy Hollow Sumner Charles Britton
  • Therefore, it appears that Mr. Villard has been imposed upon.

    John Brown, Soldier of Fortune Hill Peebles Wilson

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