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Gannett

[gan-it] /ˈgæn ɪt/
noun
1.
Henry, 1846–1914, U.S. geographer and cartographer.
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  • A big Marspeaker ran out from the gate, and the voice of Gannett came over it.

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  • His colleague Mr. Gannett was gone to an Ordination at Buffalo.

  • Mrs. Gannett nodded, "He's awfully jealous of me," she said with a slight simper.

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  • Mr. Gannett pitched the little present into the corner of the room.

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  • Such an example we find in this sermon of Mr. Gannett's "Blessed be Drudgery."

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