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Catton

[kat-n] /ˈkæt n/
noun
1.
(Charles) Bruce, 1899–1978, U.S. journalist and historian.
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  • "Don't ask me," Catton, the night watchman said, as he held his hands to his head.

    The Slave of Silence Fred M. White
  • May I request an interview with Dr Catton, should he be now living here?

    Clara Maynard W.H.G. Kingston
  • Jeremiah Ives, Esq., of Catton, was elected mayor a second time.

  • A parachute with a cat in the basket was thrown out, and descended at Catton.

    Norfolk Annals Charles Mackie
  • The sails of Catton mill were blown off, trees were torn up by the roots, and the river suddenly rose above the banks in places.

    Norfolk Annals Charles Mackie
  • Dr Catton looked as if he considered women were better out of the way when any matter of importance was to be discussed.

    Clara Maynard W.H.G. Kingston

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