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Durocher

[doo-roh-sher]
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noun
  1. Leo ErnestThe Lip, 1905–91, U.S. baseball player and manager.
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  • Now, Monsieur, if you would be perfect go and see what Durocher reports.

  • “We have pistols, too,” gruffly said one of the men who held Mr Durocher.

    The Fatal Cord

    Mayne Reid

  • “You are right there, neighbour Durocher,” replied the same person who had spoken before.

  • They were some of the best-looking maidens in the village; but none could compete with the daughters of Durocher.

  • If Miss Durocher will come with me upon deck, she can see our pursuer very plainly by aid of the telescope.

    The Fatal Cord

    Mayne Reid