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Fitzhugh

[fits-hyoo or, often, -yoo] /fɪtsˈhyu or, often, -ˈyu/
noun
1.
a male given name.
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  • I have enjoyed the company of Fitzhugh since I have been here.

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  • Fitzhugh was the bearer of a flag the other day, and he recognised him.

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  • “Just a minute, Commander,” said Dr. Fitzhugh, corrugating his face in a frown.

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  • You are,” said Fitzhugh with a grin, “but we will let it pass.

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  • He nabbed the first passer-by and asked him to point out Dr. Fitzhugh.

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  • Fitzhugh smiled, which merely served to wrinkle his face even more.

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  • Fitzhugh held up a bony hand, gesturing for attention and silence.

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  • Dr. Fitzhugh began reaching into various pockets about his person.

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  • And she was coming toward the table where Mike and Dr. Fitzhugh were sitting.

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  • They were a little more relaxed now, and Fitzhugh had regained their attention.

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