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Canby

[kan-bee] /ˈkæn bi/
noun
1.
Henry Seidel
[sahyd-l] /ˈsaɪd l/ (Show IPA),
1878–1961, U.S. author and critic.
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  • Annette declared that the Canby "At Home" was certain to be a most unusual affair.

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  • Have you ever been to that Canby apartment and seen the crowd that—No, of course you haven't.

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  • Miss Canby told me about it as I was waiting for you to come out, Gertrude.

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  • With you as our candidate we can beat that Canby creature to death.

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  • He only took it up to hold for Canby and he's never done a lick of work on it.

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  • It was upon Wallie's inability to "winter" that Canby was counting.

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  • If, perchance, this did not happen, Canby had a system of his own for eliminating settlers.

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  • So Canby had laid one more straw on the camel's back to break it!

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  • "Tell me about that deal between you and Canby," Wallie suggested.

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  • In various small ways Canby had tried to break him and had not succeeded.

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