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Dunlap

[duhn-lap] /ˈdʌn læp/
noun
1.
William, 1766–1839, U.S. dramatist, theatrical producer, and historian.
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  • It is mentioned both in Dunlap and in Seilhamer in a casual manner.

  • At this time, young Dunlap was introduced to the stony paths of playwriting.

    Andr William Dunlap
  • This is the atmosphere which must have attended the performance of Dunlap's "Darby's Return."

    Andr William Dunlap
  • The play in its first edition is rare, but, in 1887, it was reprinted by the Dunlap Society.

    The Contrast Royall Tyler
  • Shane said, "Remember the time I 'bushed' you over in Dunlap's meadow?"

  • Striking across the fields the boys were soon on the banks of Dunlap's Creek.

    Watch Yourself Go By Al. G. Field
  • “She will not carry them far,” suggested Dunlap, the coxswain.

    Up The Baltic Oliver Optic
  • Dunlap, who has been already mentioned, gained the fore-top.

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