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Depew

[duh-pyoo] /dəˈpyu/
noun
1.
Chauncey Mitchell, 1834–1928, U.S. lawyer, legislator, and orator.
2.
a town in W New York.
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  • Mr. Depew says that "all railroad men are politicians, and active ones."

    The Railroad Question William Larrabee
  • It looked like "cows," but Miss Depew decided that it was "crows."

    Walking Shadows Alfred Noyes
  • He was quite ready to touch the finger tips of Miss Depew, and try again.

    Walking Shadows Alfred Noyes
  • Mr. Depew said he did not know why he should be called upon to celebrate his conquerors.

    Toasts William Pittenger
  • Depew, a native of the same county as three generations of Jays.

    Toasts William Pittenger
  • I knew much of both these men, and Tom had often spoken warmly of Depew.

  • Because he knew it would enable him to examine the Depew papers.

    '19,000' Burford Delannoy
  • When lunch time came, he did not even open the tin box with "Depew" on it.

    '19,000' Burford Delannoy
  • Nothing had been seen of Depew there after eleven o'clock on the morning of his leaving.

    '19,000' Burford Delannoy
  • Mr. Depew has not a very high opinion of English sense of humour.

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