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Flanagan

[flan-uh-guh n] /ˈflæn ə gən/
noun
1.
Edward Joseph ("Father Flanagan") 1886–1948, U.S. Roman Catholic priest, born in Ireland: founder of a farm village for wayward boys.
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  • Flanagan, standing in his stirrups, attempted to harangue the mob.

    The Snare Rafael Sabatini
  • But Flanagan hesitated to pass down this lane and so depart.

    The Snare Rafael Sabatini
  • And Mrs. Flanagan had proposed the plan of Pollie starting in business.

    Little Pollie Gertrude P. Dyer
  • "And now, please, I should like a bunch of water-cresses for Mrs. Flanagan," said the child.

    Little Pollie Gertrude P. Dyer
  • "The half of the children in the town is took with it," said Flanagan.

    Lady Bountiful George A. Birmingham

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