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Vinson

[vin-suh n] /ˈvɪn sən/
noun
1.
Frederick Moore, 1890–1953, U.S. jurist: chief justice of the U.S. 1946–53.
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  • Vinson dared not risk a movement: he stood rigid, motionless.

    A Nest of Spies Pierre Souvestre
  • Taking a fresh key, he unlocked the door Vinson had just closed.

    A Nest of Spies Pierre Souvestre
  • The trip did not end without a telling taste of Mr. Vinson's very individual quality.

    The Crime Doctor Ernest William Hornung
  • The way was open: Vinson rapidly descended, gained the street, hailed a cab.

    A Nest of Spies Pierre Souvestre
  • But the dreadful fact remained—Vinson was a criminal, a traitor!

    A Nest of Spies Pierre Souvestre
  • He turned over in his mind certain warnings given him by Vinson.

    A Nest of Spies Pierre Souvestre

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