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Fenton

/ˈfɛntən/
noun
1.
James (Martin). born 1949, British poet, journalist, and critic. His poetry includes the collections A German Requiem (1980) and Out of Danger (1993)
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  • Then fenton had gone to the Balkans, on a flying trip in every sense of the word.

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  • The messenger had "no friend on earth," according to fenton.

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  • Why, that's what you said you called your friend Captain fenton.

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  • I've had my secretary cut 'em out—and the fenton stuff, too.

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  • But we insisted, especially fenton; and he is difficult to disobey.

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  • What if he changes his mind and doesn't want fenton and me after all?

    It Happened in Egypt C. N. Williamson
  • I said encouragingly, and Brigit smiled gayly at me; but Monny was looking at fenton.

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  • And now, I don't mind your confiding in your friend Captain fenton.

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  • And nobody but you and he and Captain fenton ever use it, I suppose?

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  • Only the Sirdar knew—and gave fenton leave of absence for a few days.

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